Academic Intervention Services

with Ms. Dorcent- Weekly Newsletter-1st Grade

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Dear Students and Parents,

Welcome back to school. I am so excited to be your virtual teacher. This year I hope to embark on an adventurous journey where we can learn from each other and gain valuable skills. I am looking forward to seeing everyone virtually. Throughout the year, you will indeed discover that you will be surrounded by someone who cares about you, who is guided by passion for helping you to reach your potential and who wholeheartedly believes in you.

I will be posting work into your google classroom folder throughout the year. I hope to see you virtually really soon.

So what exactly is AIS?- AIS stands for academic intervention services. AIS refers to additional instruction and/or student support services that help students achieve their goals. AIS may include enhanced classroom instruction, additional instruction, and student support services.

Virtual hugs,

Ms. Dorcent

Coming Soon!- Get Ready!

Both virtual and in person activities will take place on Wednesday and Friday! From online scavenger hunts to an art activity, it will be a funfilled day. Happy Character Day! What will you come dressed as?!
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Practice Your Sounds- Open 24 Hours- Click on the link below

Parents, please visit this virtual classroom to review sounds that your child needs to practice!

Understanding the sounds in words is super important for developing readers and writers. When students understand that words are made up of sounds, they are able to transfer this knowledge to their reading and writing.

Click on this link:

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Book of the Week

The assignment will be posted to your google classroom folder.

Extended Activity- Design your own pumpkin

Students and Parents,

As an extended activity, pick out a pumpkin and decorate it! The possibilities are endless! One of my son's favorite thing to do in the fall. I added a picture of my son and the pumpkins he designed. We even made pumpkin donuts!

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