Ms. Tiffani's Class News
Week of Jan. 18th
Jan. 19th - Omaha Children's Museum to visit
February 2nd - Library to Visit
February 11th - Conferences (sign up link below)
February 16th - 25th Conferences/Home Visits (sign up link below)
What Are We Learning???
This week we begin our studies on Boxes, Buildings, and Roads. For the next several weeks we will explore those topics and use literature to enhance our learning. This week on Tuesday we are lucky to have the Omaha Children's Museum visit and do some experiments and dramatic play based on the story of The Three Little Pigs. The first focus question we will discuss is what types of buildings and roads are in our neighborhood? We will brainstorm what types of buildings they know of so as you are driving be sure to point out what you see! We will retell the story of the 3 Little Pigs and compare and contrast a few versions of the story.
Speech-Language Group- Jan 19-22, 2016
We will continue to follow directions identifying shapes- star, circle, square, triangle, heart. We will "act out" the action depicted in a picture and describe the present action about ourselves or a peer using the correct subject pronoun (I, He, She), copula verb form (am, is) and present progressive verb (-ing) in our utterance. We will say the words and do the actions to the nursery rhyme “Little Miss Muffet”.
Little Miss Muffet
Little Miss Muffet
Sat on a tuffet,
Eating her curds and whey.
Along came a spider,
And sat down beside her,
Miss Muffet away.
Please let me know if you need more "high fives" the kids are bringing back several and are excited to earn another reward/party.
A Note From Kristy....
We are currently trying to fill open Van Rider and Van Driver positions. If you have a newsletter going out this week or early next week and have room for us, we would greatly appreciate you including the ad below. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Thank you for your help!
Are you looking for a fun and rewarding career? Does transporting students to school safely and ready to learn sound like an exciting opportunity? This just might be the position for you! The Papillion-La Vista Community School District is looking for qualified Van Riders and Van Drivers to join the transportation team. Drivers must possess a Nebraska operators permit or federal commercial driver’s license (CDL) as well as a school transportation vehicle operator’s permit. All Van Drivers must also pass Level I and II Student Transportation certification requirements. Van Riders will assist Van Drivers with the transportation and supervision of students on the route. Compensation for Van Drivers begins at $12.84 per hour and $11.84 per hour for Van Riders.
Special Parent Training Session on Social Media – January 21
Do you feel like your child knows more about social media then you do? Then this FREE parent workshop is for you. Karen Hasse, a national and local presenter on keeping kids safe while using social media will be the presenter. Karen will provide parents with practical tips for monitoring their child’s social media usage and keeping them safe. In a fun and entertaining way, she will also share her expertise on how to recognize cyberbullying, legal ramifications for inappropriate social media usage and more. The presentation will take place on Thursday, January 21 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Papillion-La Vista South High School. This FREE parent workshop is sponsored by a grant from the Papillion-La Vista Schools Foundation.
We Need Your input! Join us for a Strategic Plan Community Forum - January 27
The Board of Education would like to invite staff, parents and community members for a community forum on the Papillion La Vista Community Schools Strategic Plan on Wednesday, January 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Papillion-La Vista High School. Last year, the Board approved the five goals and action teams have been busy working on the next steps. The purpose of the forum is to update the community on the progress of the goals and collect feedback on future direction. The current goals include:
· Individualized Learning Plans
· Early Childhood
· International Baccalaureate Program
· Student Social and Emotional needs
· World Language
Don’t miss this opportunity to provide your input on the future direction of PLC Schools.
We know this is a very busy time of year but we hope you can make it to the forum. To help us plan an organized evening, please reply to Annette Eyman at 402-537-6200 or email PLCSchoolsCommunications@paplv.org.