Ms. Nutt's Newsletter

Austin Elementary

Our Week In Review

Week of October 17-21

We are reading...

*The Pumpkin Book

*Pumpkin Day, Pumpkin Night



*Five Little Pumpkins

*Moonlight The Cat

Language Arts

*continue to practice Reading Stations

*poetry - Five Little Pumpkins

*high frequency words - have, is

*Handwriting - Letters: C, O, Q. G

*Thinking Map - circle map


*compose and decompose numbers 0 to 7

*read number words: four, five, six, seven

*continue to practice writing numbers 0 to 7

*practice making sets that are equal

*discuss one more/one less

*creating a graph

Social Studies

*continue to learn about community helpers

*use search engine: to research a community helper

*Guest Speakers:

Mr. Yowell - Firefighter

Mrs. Tassin - Scientist

Officer Tee - Police Officer

Upcoming Events


Library books are due on Wednesdays!

Wear tennis shoes on P. E. days - Tuesday, Thursday and Friday!

*October 18 - Career Day

*October 24-28 National Red Ribbon Week

*November 11 - Veteran's Day

*November 11 - Grandparent's Day

*November 21-25 Thanksgiving Break

Red Ribbon Week - October 24-28

Red Ribbon Week began in 1988 in honor of a DEA agent who was killed in the line of duty. Since then, the red ribbon has been a symbol of his memory and the fight against drugs. We celebrate Red Ribbon Week across the country, each year during the last week in October. This is a time to remind us all to say NO to drugs!

This year we will celebrate Red Ribbon Week October 24th-28th. Please join us in celebration by participating in the following activities for the week.

Monday, October 24th- “It’s Crazy to do Drugs. Get out your crazy clothes, crazy, mixed up shoes and socks, and crazy hair, for a crazy day! **We will participate in a schoolwide neighborhood walk this morning to kick off Red Ribbon Week. Students may design/decorate posters to carry during the walk.

Tuesday, October 25th- “We Mustache You to be Drug Free.” Students and teachers may wear “mustache” apparel to support being drug free.

Wednesday, October 26th- “Stay Strong Against Drugs.” It’s camo/army day! Let’s cover ourselves in camo and “Stay Strong Against Drugs.”

Thursday, October 27th- “Save the Day From Drugs.” Superheroes to the rescue! Wear your superhero attire to help “Save the Day From Drugs.”

Friday, October 28th- “Team Up Against Drugs.” As Team Austin, let’s work together to stay away from drugs! Wear your team jersey (baseball, soccer, football, cheer, dance, etc.) or your Austin spirit gear.

At Austin Elementary, we are driven to unlock the passion and cultivate the uniqueness inherent in every learner.