Mrs.Irshadullah's Hive Happenings!!

Read this newsletter to know what's happening in our hive!!

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COINS FOR A CURE

Our kiddos worked so hard in the month of September raising money for CURE childhood cancer. Yesterday, we had a pep rally to celebrate and acknowledge our hard work and present our check to CURE. If you remember, our first goal was to raise $1,000. We raised this in the first week of September! At the pep rally, it was revealed that we had raised $8,045.47! It is truly amazing to see what we can do when we all work together! I am so thankful and humbled by all the hard work and sacrifice your children have made to contribute to such a wonderful cause. You may have noticed your child wearing a yellow FSA shirt - this was our school's gift to each student as a thank you for their hard work!



Check out our school in the news and our Coins for a Cure Videos below:


11 Alive 5PM Evening News

https://www.facebook.com/FultonScienceAcademyPrivateSchool/videos/1186880758017797/


11 Alive 6AM Morning News

http://www.11alive.com/life/fulton-science-academy-raises-more-than-8k-for-childhood-cancer/327955191


FSA Coins for a Cure VIdeo

https://www.facebook.com/FultonScienceAcademyPrivateSchool/videos/1186669631372243/

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HOME VISIT PROGRAM - We Visited Suhani!!!

Home visits are a special program offered by FSAPS to help build the parent, student, and teacher relationship. This is an opportunity for your child's teachers to visit and get a closer look at their life at home. This helps a teacher to know more about each of his/her students, and build a strong relationship between school and family. These are optional, but if you would be interested in planning a home visit for your child, please see the information below.


How Can You Schedule a Home Visit?

This process is very simple. Please send an e-mail to our home visit coordinator, Mrs. Unal, at junal@fultonscienceacademy.org. In that email, please provide three available dates for your child's home visit. We will get back to you to confirm a date. At least two teachers will be together for home visits; specific names/subjects will be dependent upon teacher availability.


For any questions you have about this program, please send an e-mail tojunal@fultonscienceacademy.org.


Please note: the best times to schedule a home visit are weekdays after 5:00pm, and during the weekends, except Sunday mornings.

UNIFORM REMINDERS

Now that students are a full month into the school year, the uniform policy outlined in the student/parent handbook will be more closely monitored. If your child is new to the school and uniforms have not arrived, no worries. If, however, your student has been enrolled since our start date of August 8, he/she is expected to be in full uniform.

Now that students are a full month into the school year, the uniform policy outlined in the student/parent handbook will be more closely monitored. If your child is new to the school and uniforms have not arrived, no worries. If, however, your student has been enrolled since our start date of August 8, he/she is expected to be in full uniform.


Common dress code violations include:


Non-uniform jackets (all jackets worn in the classroom should only be uniform)

Non-uniform pants

High school students not wearing their oxford shirts

Non-uniform shoes


A link to Lands End, our uniform supplier, is included at the bottom of this newsletter. Thank you for your attention to this matter.Common dress code violations include:Now that students are a full month into the school year, the uniform policy outlined in the student/parent handbook will be more closely monitored. If your child is new to the school and uniforms have not arrived, no worries. If, however, your student has been enrolled since our start date of August 8, he/she is expected to be in full uniform.


Common dress code violations include:


Non-uniform jackets (all jackets worn in the classroom should only be uniform)

Non-uniform pants

High school students not wearing their oxford shirts

Non-uniform shoes


A link to Lands End, our uniform supplier, is included at the bottom of this newsletter. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

  • Non-uniform jackets (all jackets worn in the classroom should only be uniform)
  • Non-uniform pants
  • High school students not wearing their oxford shirts
  • Non-uniform shoes


A link to Lands End, our uniform supplier, is included at the bottom of this newsletter. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

PRE-K THROUGH FIRST GRADE DISMISSAL HALLWAY SAFETY

During the dismissal periods, please make sure you wait outside the side door until a teacher lets you in. Parents should only enter the hallway when a Pre-K, Kindergarten, or First Grade teacher is present. It is a safety issue when parents waiting in the hall open the door for other adults.

Likewise, other teachers and students whose classrooms are in that hallway have been asked not to open the door for people waiting there. The safety of our students must always come first! Let’s all work together to make sure we always keep that in mind. Thank you so much for your cooperation.

FSA CONNECT

FSA Connect is fully functional now. I have graded some assignments and you should be able to see them. If you have any problems, please contact Mr.Turan, nturan@fultonscienceacademy.org

STAY CONNECTED WITH THE HOMEROOM APP!!

The Homeroom App is a great way for me to stay connected to you! It is a completely confidential app that will allow me to upload pictures and videos of your child throughout the school day. You can like, comment and even save these pictures and videos right to your phone and/or computer!


Here is the link : https://gethomeroom.com/i/SYFFDL

PRIZE BOX DONATIONS!

Thank you so much for donating Prize Box Items!! We have enough prizes for the next two months! Thank you for "BEE" ing so kind!

LUNCH THERMOS

Microwaving lunches for ALL of Kindergarten can be a tough task! We have 36 students in Kindergarten. To ensure your child has enough time to eat, please consider sending their lunch in a thermos to keep it warm! This will give your child more time to eat and enjoy some social time with friends too!

SECOND SNACK

To ensure,our little ones are not starving till the end of the day, you can pack them second snacks if they attend clubs. Snacks like granola bar, cheese stick, and fruit slices are few of the examples that do not clean-up. Consider snacks that you would usually give them in their carseat to eat independently. We would never give them yogurt or Nutrigrain bar because they need spoons and make a big mess. We only have few minutes to eat our second snack. We do not have time to clean the tables because other classes come in for clubs or we have to go to another class for clubs.

Field Trip Photos!

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WHAT'S THE BUZZ FOR NEXT WEEK!!

Reading/Language Arts: We will read the book "Flowers" Kristin Kring. The Amazing words for the story are seeds, buds, bloom, fruits, stem, and petals.


Math: Chapter 5, Size and Position. Students will review the concepts of big, bigger, and of the same size. The concept of fitting in lesson 2. positional words in lesson 3, and ordering events in lesson 4.


Science: We will continue to draw and plan, create, and test solutions. Students will explain that solutions can be shared in different ways. Students will also learn to identify living things and non-living things.


Social Studies: How do we get what we want or need?

Vocabulary words: buy, sell, trade.


Show-and-Tell: Bring a noun ( For Telling part of Show-And-Tell, student must be able to say which category does the noun belong to. Is it a person, place, animal, or a thing?)


Monday - Homework Packet and Reading logs are due


Tuesday - Reading and Language Arts Unit 1 Benchmark Assessment on Tuesday


Wednesday - Show-And-Tell: Bring a noun ( For Telling part of Show-And-Tell, student must be able to say which category the noun belong to. Is it a person, place, animal, or a thing?)


Thursday - Media Center Day (Return the old books to get new ones)


Friday - Math Chapter 4 Assessment

Important Dates to Rememeber

October 1-2: Maker Faire Atlanta (bring in a picture from Maker Faire, and earn a sticker, a bookmark, and a dress down day))

October 10: NO SCHOOL - Teacher work day

October 14: Good Conduct Dress Down Day

*October 26: Pumpkin Math Event (8- 10 am)

*October 28: Fall Centers (All Day)

November 16:Thankful Feast (2:15- 3:30 pm)

November 17: School wide Thanksgiving Dinner (6 pm)

November 30: Aquarium Field Trip

*December 21: Winter Celebration (All Day)


***Anything with a star is a parent volunteer opportunity***

Mrs. Vaheeda Irshadullah

Kindergarten Teacher

Fulton Science Academy Private School

Pre-K through High School

Serving Advanced and Gifted Students

INNOVATION, EXCELLENCE, CHARACTER