A Window Into Learning
Take a peek into our thinking, creating and innovating!
Mrs. McDevitt's Top Five Things She Wishes Every Child In The World Had
1. A home library of quality literature...in simple terms....BOOKS, BOOKS and more BOOKS!
4. Art supplies of crayons, markers, colored pencils and paint
5. A magnifying glass
Check out the thinking that is evident on the faces of Room 116 when you put out a box of shells and a magnifying glass. If you don't have the simple item of a magnify glass, then Mrs. McDevitt encourages you to purchase one. Go for a family walk with the magnifying glass and you will cherish the conversations and explorations that emerge. Note: one child tried to hear the ocean and then everyone in Room 116 is still trying to hear the ocean.
The Excitement Is Building!
Mrs. McDevitt's Favorite App for Math Fact Fluency
No Words Needed: This Display From Room 116 Makes Mrs. McDevitt Happy
The Ocean Layers
The Mystery Reader Brings An Unexpected Guest
Here Is Room 116 Checking Out the Turtle
Community 4 Presents the Roaring '20's
Community 3 Returns For a Visit
Thank Mister Matt
Information For the Upcoming Week
Ask your child daily what he/she did with Mrs. Callicott. Remind them of appropriate behavior.
Mrs. McDevitt will be in and out of the classroom but Mrs. Callicott is in charge.
And One Final Picture
Early Bird Price for the PRS Yearbook
4.11 Last day for early bird yearbook price
4.13 Last day to purchase Patriot Games t-shirt
4.18 Final day to purchase a yearbook
4.20: Community 1's field trip to Lanark (unlimited chaperones - no younger siblings)
4.25: Professional Development Day for Lead Learners - No school for students
4.29: Field Day (Patriot Games) for k-6