Pleasanton Primary Mission Statement
Pleasanton Primary Vision Statement
Grade Level Student Goals for November
Math-Students will be able to identify 3 numbers and count to 6.
Math- Students will be able to identify 5 numbers, count 4 sets 0-10 and be able to count to 10.
Math-Students will be able to identify and write numbers 0-15 and count to 50 by 1's.
Math-Students will be able to represent numbers with math tools (example: cubes).
November 4-Wear a Hat Day
November 11-Crazy Hair Day
November 18-Attendance Sticker
Important Dates to Remember
November 11th- Special Education Field Trip
November 15th-Fall Picture Retakes
November 17th-1st Grade Family Night
November 18th-Grade Level Thanksgiving Feast
November 19-27th-THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY-NO SCHOOL
2022-2023 Lunch and Learn
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NOVEMBER 14, 2022
Accepting, Grieving, an Adapting to Life
Every parent has hopes and dreams for their child. When your child has a disability or special health care needs, some of your dreams might look different than what you thought. Join us to discuss the stages of grief that are a natural part of parenting a child with a disability. Please RSVP for this event by November 9th to reserve your seat, 830-569-1355, ext. 3029 or email@example.com.
Counseling Corner With Mrs. Andrada
Early Childhood and Bullying
Early childhood often marks the first opportunity for young children to interact with each other. Between the ages of 3 and 5, kids are learning how to get along with each other, cooperate, share, and understand their feelings. Young children may be aggressive and act out when they are angry or don't get what they want, but this is not bullying. Still, there are ways to help children.
Helping Young Children Get Along with Others
Parents, school staff, and other adults can help young children develop skills for getting along with others in age-appropriate ways.
- Model positive ways for young children to make friends. For example, practice pleasant ways that children can ask to join others in play and take turns in games. Coach older children to help reinforce these behaviors as well. Praise children for appropriate behavior. Help young children understand what behaviors are friendly.
- Help young children learn the consequences of certain actions in terms they can understand. For example, say "if you don't share, other children may not want to play with you." Encourage young children to tell an adult if they are treated in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable, upset or unhappy, or if they witness other children being harmed.
- Set clear rules for behavior and monitor children's interactions carefully. Step in quickly to stop aggressive behavior or redirect it before it occurs.
- Use age-appropriate consequences for aggressive behavior. Young children should be encouraged to say "I'm sorry" whenever they hurt a peer, even accidentally. The apology should also be paired with an action. For example, young children could help rebuild a knocked over block structure or replace a torn paper or crayons with new ones.
It is not bullying when two kids with no perceived power imbalance fight, have an argument, or disagree. Conflict resolution or peer mediation may be appropriate for these situations.
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