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Ms. Connie Wood: Homepage

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Back to School

            Hope everyone had a great summer and was ready for school to start. Title I teacher s have been busy completing the beginning of the year testing.  As you know, there is no . . .

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End-of-Year Activities and Reminders at PC Elementary

  April 1, 2021   It’s hard for me to believe the end of the school year is so close.  Here are some important end-of-year dates: . . .

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Tips For Struggling Readers

If you have a student who struggles with reading, the one thing I want you to know is that it is never too early to begin seeking assistance to help your child succeed.   Do NOT wait . . .

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A New Year!

  A new year has begun! Let’s hope this year brings forth positive things. Kindergarten students are bringing home homework packets nightly. We started on January, Monday 11, 2021.  Inside your . . .

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December Newsletter

        It's hard to believe that Christmas Vacation is almost here! Title I Teachers will be busy doing winter benchmark testing.  Our last day with students is Tuesday, December 8th. The testing . . .

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November Newsletter

    Accelerated Reader Times for Book Checkout or Quiz Monday: 1:30 p.m. – 2:20 p.m.   Tuesday:  9:05 a.m. – 9:55 a.m.         . . .

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Reading with your Child

Reading with your Child   Sharing a book with a child is fun!  It’s a time for closeness, laughing and talking together-and it can also give children a flying start in life and help . . .

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A New School Year Begins

               It's hard to believe that we are finally back to school.  It has been wonderful to see the students again and their smiling faces enter the building. I feel . . .

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Simple Strategies for Creating Strong Readers

Without a doubt, reading with children spells success for early literacy.  Putting a few simple strategies into action will make a significant difference in helping children develop into good readers and writers.   . . .

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How Can I Help My Child Be Ready to Read and Ready to Learn?

Many parents are asking, "How can I help my child read and learn before they begin school?" Below are a few things you can begin with your child at an early age. Talk to your infant and toddler to help them learn . . .

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Title I News

              It's hard to believe that half of the school year is almost over.  Title I will begin Dyslexia testing on December 9.  That will be followed by AIMS Web Plus . . .

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Be a Great Reading Partner

      It’s no fun to read when forced to or when embarrassed and ashamed to read.  Building trust and supporting a young reader is crucial as a reading partner.  Here are a few tips for becoming . . .

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Parent/Teacher Conferences

         It's hard to believe that it's time for Parent/Teacher Conferences already!  Time has flown by.   Parent/Teacher Conferences are October 17, 2019, from 1:30 p.m to 6:00 . . .

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Welcome Back

         Welcome back!  Another school year has begun and we've been busy in Title I.  We have completed our assessments and classes will begin on Tuesday, September 10th.   . . .

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Summer Vacation and Reading

Summer vacation is almost here!  Did you know that your child can participate in the Putnam County Public Library's Summer Reading Program? The reading program begins June 1-June 30 for ages birth-15-years-old. There . . .

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End of the School Year

     It's hard to believe that this school year is almost over!  It has flown by.  I have enjoyed working with your child and want to thank parents for helping with baggy books.     April and . . .

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March is National Reading Month

  March is National Reading Month   March is National Reading Month and here are a few ideas to make reading fun for your child. Pick out the right book. Let your . . .

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Tips for Parents of Young Readers

  Tips for Parents of Young Readers           Here are some tips for parents to use with young readers: Bring a book or magazine along anytime your child has to wait, like at a . . .

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It's a New Year!

There is no App to Replace Your Lap

     Christmas Vacation is over and a new year has begun! If you are like me, that means getting back in a routine. Your child will be bringing home their baggy books on Monday, January 7th. The nightly . . .

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Books Make Great Gifts

     Christmas is almost here and I can hardly believe it!  Need a quick Gift for someone? A book! It’s a gift that continues giving.  Books can take you anywhere, increase your reading . . .

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Helping Your Child With Reading

Read with your children often, and try these simple ways to help them become excited about reading:   Start with your child’s picks. Children are more likely to read . . .

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Parent/Teacher Conferences

         It's that time already!  I can hardly believe it's conference time.   Parent/Teacher Conferences are October 17 from 1:00-6:00 p.m.  I plan to be in my . . .

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Parents Can Help Their Preschoolers in Learning-To-Read Process

         We all know you are your child's first teacher.  Reading is important for success in school and you can begin early with your child.           Research shows . . .

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Connie Wood       Phone: Email: Connie Wood  

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