Mrs. McCann's Grade One
Weekly Newsletter: WEEK 4
Upcoming Important Dates
- Thursday, Sept. 29 - Lockdown practice @ 11:20
- Friday, Sept. 30 - 11:40 am dismissal & Orange Shirt Day (see school wide newsletter for more info.)
- Friday, Oct. 7 - 11:40 dismissal & K-8 Turkey Trot (school community run/walk)
- Monday, Oct. 10 - No School - Thanksgiving
- Friday, Oct. 14 - 11:40 am dismissal (remember to pack a snack)
- Friday, Oct. 21 - No School - PD day
- Friday, Oct. 28 - 11:40 am dismissal (remember
- RAZ KIDS: Log in information for Raz-Kids will be sent home this week. This website gives your child has access to a world of books though www.raz-kids.com because our school has subscribed to the online library.
- ZERO THE HERO: Thank you to those parents who have signed up. We still have 3 spots available if any parents are interested.
- CANTEEN: Please let me know if you are in need of more envelopes.
- CLASSDOJOS: If you have not yet received my email to sign up, please contact me @ email@example.com.
SCHOOL FEES: School fees are $80 and are due by the end of September if possible.
SUPPLIES: As per supply list, your child is in need of a new white t-shirt and a new white pair of socks for an upcoming art/science project. Thank you if you have already sent these in. If you have not yet don't this, please do so soon.
- LIBRARY: Our school library is still getting organized to meet the needs of all the students in our school. It will be opening soon.
- SCHOOL NEWSLETTER: Please subscribe for the school newsletter by going to the bottom of the school website and clicking subscribe. This allows you to get the school email via email.
Here are a few things that have been "happening" in the classroom. These are great discussion starters with your child.
1) Ask your child about their sight words. How many can they remember? Have them show you some in their library book. This week we will be reviewing all the sight words learned.
2) Ask your child about the two new characters they learned about: Daisy Dragon & Ollie Ostrich. Have your child tell you one thing they remember about them.
3) In Math, we have been sorting and patterning. Ask your child to tell you what a pattern is and to find some around the house or outside.