First Grade ASPIRE
Friday, October 14
Upcoming Dates and Events
Oct. 19- National Unity Day- wear orange
Oct. 22- Fall Festival (Boo Bash) 2:00-6:00
Oct. 24-28- Red Ribbon Week (The themes for each day are listed below)
Oct. 30- Lunch with the Principal
Nov. 1- High School College Night- wear a college shirt
Nov. 8- 2nd Grade Globe Life Park Field Trip
Nov. 14-18- Book Fair
Nov. 17 AT&T Stadium Field Trip
Highlight of the Week
Boo Bash is Glenhope's annual carnival with games, ride, food, auction & more. It's a very popular event with our students and families and a fun way to spend a weekend afternoon. It's also the biggest PTA fundraiser of the year and a lot of fun on top of that!
Date: Saturday, October 22 from 2-6pm
Our Class Booth is: Robot Race (balance pumpkins on head). Don't forget to sign up for a shift on the SignUp Genius!
As a reminder, the folder you will need to open to access them is called "Last Name, First Name 2016-17 Standards Based Report Card." The progress your child has made this year will be recorded on the report card document as well as on the ASPIRE Supplemental Report Card.
RED RIBBON WEEK (OCTOBER 24-28)
Monday, October 24: Our Future is Bright- Wear neon colors and sunglasses
Tuesday, October 25: Sock It to Drugs- Wear crazy socks
Wednesday, October 26: Don't Get Mixed Up with Drugs- Wear mismatched clothes
Thursday, October 27: Lights Out on Drugs- Wear pajama pants
Friday, October 28: Team Up Against Drugs- Wear your favorite team's jersey or shirt
First Grade ASPIRE Schedule
7:40-7:50 Morning Show
7:50- 8:50 Math
8:50-10:45 Reading/Language Arts/Humanities
11:45-12:15 Storytime/Circle Up
12:15-1:15 Science/Social Studies
1:15-2:05 Gator-AIDE~ (Academic, Investigations, Discoveries and Experiences)
2:05-2:55 Specials- PE, Music, Art, Spanish
2:55 Dismissal from Specials
What we are learning next week...
Reading- I can use a variety of strategies to monitor and problem solve as I read.
Writing- I can use specific nouns to make my writing clearer and understand the difference between nouns and proper nouns.
Social Studies- I can make and use simple maps to identify the location of places in the classroom, school, community and beyond.
Science- I can explore and describe the attributes of soil.