Mrs. Seeley's Weekly Stats

October 13

First Grade Friends

Reading

Making connections helps students find ways to personally relate to a text. Here are some sample questions for each type of connection:

*Focusing on text-to-self connections:

What does this story remind you of?

Can you relate to the characters in the story?

Does anything in this story remind you of anything in your own life?

*Focusing on text-to-text connections:

What does this remind you of in another book you have read?

How is this text similar to other things you have read?

How is this text different from other things you have read?

*Focusing on text-to-world connections:

What does this remind you of in the real world?

How are events in this story similar to things that happen in the real world?

How are events in this story different from things that happen in the real world?

Writing

We will continue to improve our personal narratives with good beginnings, many details, and perfect endings.


We will also continue studying contractions, as well as reviewing telling and asking sentences.

Math

We will be looking at the relationship between addition and subtraction. We will be using a number line to count on and back in solving math problems.

Social Sciences

We will dive into a unit on the Past and Present. We will study past and present transportation, schools, homes, and games.

Next week will celebrate the 50th day of school on Thursday, October 22.

Upcoming Events

  • October 13- Bring a small pumpkin to school
  • October 14 - Turn Trussville Pink Day
  • October 22 - 50th day of school
  • October 29 - Wear black or orange day
  • October 30- Field Trip to Imagination Place

Learning Targets

Reading Literature: RL.1,2,3,4

Foundational Skills: RF.1,2,3,4

Informational Text: RI.1

Writing: W.3,5,8

Speaking and Listening: SL.1,2,4,5,6

Language: L.1,2

Math: OA.1,2,3,4,5,6,7 OAD.5,8 NBT.A.1,3

Good Citizen of the Week

Congratulations to our Good Citizen this week!

Thank you for always being so polite to everyone you meet!

Important Messages

October Lunch Reservations - October 2015 Lunch Reservations


A Note from the Office:

Trussville City Schools follow state guidelines regarding the notification and treatment of pediculosis (head lice). You may review the state position by clicking the link below:

State Guidelines on Head Lice

Information on how to help prevent and treat lice can be found at the link below:

TCS Lice Information

Trussville City Schools

Vision

Educators, staff, parents, and the community will work together to help students move forward on a positive path toward college and career readiness.


Mission

The Mission of Trussville City Schools is to educate all students using high standards in a safe, nurturing environment fostering academic and career competencies that prepare them to be productive citizens.