May 8 - 12
Moats, Bush & Sneed
We have begun planning for the next school year here at Manor Hill. If you know your family is planning on moving and your child will be attending another school next year, would you please let me know? This is so helpful when we start to organize kids into classes for next year!
Mon. - Day 3
Tues. - Day 4
Wed. - Day 1
Thurs. - Day 2
Fri. - Day 3
Mrs. Bush- 1- PE 2- Library 3- Art 4-Music
Mrs. Sneed- 1- Art 2- Music 3- P.E. 4-Library
Mrs. Moats- 1- Library 2- Art 3- Music 4-PE
Check out the calendar below to see what to bring, wear or do!!!!
It’s that time of year where we are working to get all materials back to the Library Media Center. This week students were only allowed to get 2 books. Next week we will be down to 1 book check out with all materials due back next Friday, May 12th. Please check your child’s Friday folder for any overdue book notices. We appreciate your help in finding all our missing materials. If you have any questions, you may contact Mrs. Green at 736-6762 or email@example.com. Also, look in the Friday folder for our “Bag of Books” check out permission slip!
Thank you for the NEW LOUNGE!!!!!
BIRTHDAY TREAT CHANGE
Elementary Classroom Birthday Celebrations
This message is to inform you of a change we are making at all Elementary in the Liberty Public Schools for the 2017-2018 school year. As you know, we have been working to transform our school and classrooms to make learning more appropriate and deeper to enhance student learning. As our school continues to evolve, traditional ways of doing things are no longer relevant. Due to the reasons highlighted below, we will now celebrate student birthdays in fun and different ways that does not involve bringing and handing out treats.
Most snacks brought for birthdays are unhealthy (cupcakes, cookie cake, donuts, etc.) and many times students are having multiple treats in one day.
School staff have to approve snacks for classrooms with allergies and often times the snacks are not acceptable to hand out due to allergies. ( Board Policy JHCF )
There is an increase of the number of students with life-threatening allergies.
Snacks are expensive and some families are unable to provide snacks for the
This plan better supports wellness initiatives at the local, state, and federal
level. ( District Wellness Program Policy ADF )
Every child’s birthday is extremely important to celebrate and recognize and we will still do that in numerous ways. Actually, we are going to increase the ways we celebrate student birthdays. Our school will provide the following to each child on their birthday:
1. Each student will continue receiving a birthday book and will have their name announced in the morning.
2. Parents are able to donate a book for the library “in their child’s name”.
3. Each student will have a special cafeteria recognition during their lunch time.
Parents are encouraged to attend lunch with their child on their birthday.
4. Your child’s teacher may provide another additional classroom celebration as
well. (Special seating, M.V.P. time, etc.)
We thank you for your understanding and support as we continue to find the most appropriate ways to meet the changing needs of our school. We always want to do what is best for kids. We look forward to a great 2017-18 school year!
Valerie Utecht Principal
Manor HIll Elementary
Friday Morning Running Club Is BACK!
Students and parents are invited to join staff and friends each Friday morning until the end of the year. The club will take place at the Manor Hill walking trail beginning at 7:10 a.m. Students will be supervised by staff from 7:10-7:35 a.m. at which time they will be dismissed from the trail to enter into the building for the school day.
The Spring Running Club dates are:
Friday Club Dates - May 12 & May 19
Tell your neighbors!
2017-2018 Kindergarten Enrollment Now Open
Attention parents of children who will enter Liberty Public Schools as 2017-2018 kindergartners! The kindergarten enrollment window is now open. Children must be 5-years-old by August 1, 2017, and must reside within LPS boundaries. For more information regarding kindergarten enrollment, click here.
Wanted: Aluminum Can Tabs
Our kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd graders are reading a Show Me Award nominee called Mogie: The Heart of the House by Kathy Appelt. It is a story of a dog that lives at a Ronald McDonald House in Houston. We talked about the point of the Ronald McDonald Houses and looked at the Kansas City program. We've decided that we wanted to help them, so we are having a aluminum can tab drive. Just by collecting aluminum can tabs, we can help those less fortunate! Won't you help us?
RECESS & COATS
Please make sure that your child is coming to school each day with a coat, gloves, and hat. Please help your child practice zipping their coat. We know that sometimes it may seem like it is going to be warm(er), but with the playground being on a hill, it is always pretty windy. Plus, recess is at 10am. If your family needs assistance providing these items, please let us know.
Quarter 4 Learning Goals
Count to 100 by ones
Recognize numbers to 20
Write numerals from 0 to 20 in sequential order
Write numerals from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, array, circle, etc.
- Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds, acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.
- Solve addition and subtraction word problems, and add and subtract within 10.
- Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way (using objects or drawings)
- For any number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number (using objects or drawings).
- Fluently add and subtract within 5.
- Work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value.
The kids are working hard on writing sentences. Does your student...
1. Write only labels? (dog)
2. Write simple sentences? (I have a dog.)
3. Write complex sentences? (The dog went outside because he was messy.)
4. Write many sentences about 1 topic? (I have a dog named Sawyer. He got into the trash. Then, my mom put him outside. He looked so sad!)
English Language Arts:
Can your student...
- Correctly write their first and last name with proper capitalization?
- Capitalize the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I?
- Recognize and name ending punctuation?
- Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters out of order?
- Say the sound of each letter?
- Recognize and produce rhyming words?
- Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds in words?
- Read common high-frequency words by sight?
- Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding?