Weekly News from Dr Mays

August 19-23

Our week

We had a great week this week learning all about school, things we do at school and things we see/use at school!! We have been working on our numbers and counting to 100 as well as remembering our letters and letter sounds. Some of the students are working on blending sounds together to read/spell words.

I am so proud of how well all of the students are adjusting to being in a new school and classroom!! They have learned the routine and procedures already and we are really off to a great start for the year!! I can't wait to see what fun we have in the months to come.


Please remember to check your child's communication page each day to find out about their day at school and fill out the back to let me know about their evening at home. You can also check out our class blog for pictures and stories about things we do at school. And if you have not signed up for our class on Remind it would be great if you could do that so that I can communicate with you that way.

As always, thank you so much for sharing your child with me each day!!

Boxtops

Please collect and send in Boxtops!

Family Update Website

It is very important that you update your child's enrollment information. Please do the following:
Visit the Family Update website. Copy and paste the URL address into the top of a web page.
http://www.barrow.k12.ga.us/family-update-website.html
You will be required to enter a username and password. This is based on your YOUNGEST enrolled child’s student identification number.
Username = Your youngest enrolled child’s 5 digit student ID (child’s lunch number)
Password = Your youngest enrolled child’s FirstNameInitial.LastNameInitial.Date of Birth

EXAMPLE: J.J.02241995 (Use all uppercase letters.)
If you do not know your youngest students 5 digit ID, please …
1. Ask them.
2. Find it on Parent Portal - If you are already a Parent Portal User, you will find the information here. If you need to get a Parent Portal account, this sign up information will help.
3. Contact your youngest child’s school and speak with the Registrar