F.L. Moffett Primary

"Where the Adventure Begins" December 2022

FLM Parents & Guardians:

Our first semester was a huge success! Thank you for your support in helping students get adjusted to the routines, procedures, and expectations for a great year of learning. We were happy to welcome our parents and guests back on campus for our Storybook Character/Alphabet Parades and Christmas Programs this semester. Everyone had a great time during the holiday season with the different activities including a visit from the Elf on the Shelf, the Grinch, and Santa Claus. The Faculty and Staff at FLM works hard to provide opportunities that make learning fun and memorable during the students' primary years while providing quality instruction. Our campus focus has been on improving every students' literacy and math skills. We will continue this work during the second semester and with your support, help our students meet a high level of academic success!

Purple Up,

Brandy Bennefield, Principal

It's A Great Day....To Learn Something New!

Upcoming Events:

  • 2nd Semester begins: January 3rd
  • No School: January 16th
  • UIL Competition for 2nd Graders-January 28th @ Carthage


  • Winter Break-February 20th-February 24th: District Closed/Winter Break


  • End of 3rd-Nine Weeks Grading Period: March 16th
  • No School Monday, March 17th-March 20th: District Closed/School Holiday
  • March 21st: Beginning of 3rd Nine Weeks
  • Start of 4th-Nine Week Grading Period: March 22nd

Counselor Connection

School-Home Connection: How You Can Help at Home!

PreK- Check, initial, & clean out folders daily.

Practice fine motor skills at home: holding a crayon to color and trace lines, cut with scissors, tear paper, pinch small items and place into a container.

Practice handwriting/tracing name and letters, practice naming letters and sounds, and practice number recognition 0-10.

Kinder-Review High Frequency Words as a see it and say it activity (Students do not have to spell them). Blending(/c/-/a/-/t/=cat), Segmenting (cat= /c/-/a/-/t/), writing CVC Words (ex. sat, men, zip). Read nightly to your child and listen to your child read from his/her folder of books. Practice counting to 100 by ones and by tens.

1st- Read 10-15 minutes every night. Practice high frequency words from individualized lists. Work on making complete sentences with a capital letter and correct punctuation. Counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s. Counting from 1-120 with fluency. Practice addition to 20. Practice counting and place value up to 120. Continue working on addition/subtraction facts.

2nd- Read 15-20 minutes per day and ask questions about the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Write to retell stories about what is read using correct punctuation and capitalization. Practice addition and subtraction math facts, and adding 2 and 3 digit numbers with regrouping.