Mrs. Jump's Newsletter

First Grade 2015-2016

Note From the Teacher

This was a productive week in 1st grade! This week, in Reading, we reviewed describing characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details. In Writing, we prepared for our Writing Benchmark. In Math, we continued working on geometry. In Science, we continued learning about weather.


If you are interested in being a guest reader, please let me know! We would LOVE to have you! :-)

Upcoming Explorations

READING:

Next week, we will learn about poetry.


WRITING:

Next week, we will focus on doing our very best on our end of year writing benchmark.


MATH:

Next week, we will compare and measure objects.


SOCIAL STUDIES:

Next week, we will learn about needs and wants.


WORD PATTERN FOR NEXT WEEK: Words that end with -ng & -mp

School Calendar

Attendance

We had a 96.8% attendance average this week. Our classroom attendance goal is 95.8%. Thank you for helping us meet our goal!

Classroom Needs

We are in need of Disinfectant Wipes. Our classroom is completely out. :-(

Elementary Summer School

The elementary summer school program, SLAM 2016 (Summer Learning And More) is going to center around "leadership in action." Current assistant principal at Schofield Elementary, Markie Bravestone will be the ElementarySummer School Principal, and Mrs. Kelly Hobbs (3rd grade teacher at Schofield) will serve as Lead Teacher to assist Mrs. Bravestone. We are looking forward to a summer full of leadership development and learning from leaders in our community!


As in past years, both breakfast and lunch will be provided for ALL students FREE of charge! Be sure to arrive in plenty of time to eat. Our doors will open at 8:10 a.m. each morning.


Your child must be enrolled for SLAM 2016 by Friday, May 6th. Click HERE to enroll!

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