Le Bonjour Bulletin

September 9, 2016

Big image

At A Glance

After four weeks of school, the students have become acclimated to the rules of the school and the classroom. They are doing a great job of learning and are making friends with classmates. We are very proud of them.

Writing Learning Targets for the Week:

*I can use pictures and words to put my ideas on paper.

*I can add more to my writing.

*I can solve my own problems that may arise during writer's workshop.

We have been writing pieces about something we know a lot about. We are becoming real "writers" by revising and realizing "when we are done, we have just begun."

Reading Learning Targets for the Week:

*I can read books to learn about the world.

*I can read independently and with a partner.

*I can read Old Time Favorite books to learn about important reading strategies.

Today was a busy week in reading. We all have special reading partners. We know what partner reading looks and sounds like as well as independent reading. We are working on building our reading stamina. We have also been reading The Carrot Seed and Mrs. Wishy Washy. We LOVE these stories. Have your child retell the story to you and ask them about the characters.

Ideas for home:

-Rhyme with your child. You can make up real or silly words. Anything works:-)

-Practice high-frequency words. I am attaching the first list that your child is responsible for learning to this email. If your child has already mastered these, you will be receiving a new list. These can't be sounded out. They need to be know by sight and instantly.

-Read EVERY night!

Related Arts de Mme Bermas

Monday: Library

Tuesday: STEAM

Wednesday: Music

Thursday: PE (Wear Tennis Shoes)

Friday: Art

Related Arts Mrs. Willie

Monday: Art

Tuesday: Music

Wednesday: PE (Tennis Shoes)

Thursday: STEAM

Friday: Library

Big image
Big image

International Parade of Nations

The Mustang family invites you to participate in Midway’s International Parade of Nations on Friday, September 23, 2016, following the morning announcements. We want to celebrate the diversity and cultural heritage of our wonderful students and their families. Students may wear traditional clothing from their country and/or bring a country flag to wave as they parade through the hallways. The parade is open to all of our fabulous students, and we encourage you to join in the celebration. We will also be singing “Hello to All the Children of the World” as we greet one another. For those who wish to join in the festivities, please meet in the cafeteria at 7:45 a.m.

Big image

Wish List

  • 1, One inch binder for each student. Please write your student's name on the binder.
  • Mr. Sketch Scented Markers
  • Prize Box items (party favors, stickers, pencils, fast food meal toys, etc.)
  • If you did not receive the newsletter from Mme Bermas last Friday, please send her an email with your child's name in the subject. Her email is dbermas@lexington1.net She needs you on her list.
Lexington County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability or age in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries or complaints. The Chief Human Resources Officer handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title IX. Inquiries/complaints regarding Section 504 for elementary students go to the Coordinator of ESOL/RtI and for secondary students to the Director of Counseling and Advisement. The Mathematics Coordinator handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title II. Contact these people if you have questions regarding these issues at 100 Tarrar Springs Road, Lexington, SC 29072 and telephone number (803) 821-1000.