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: . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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. . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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. . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .