Thank you for your generosity with the Thanksgiving feast. The children enjoyed it very much. Please remember that we will go out for recess when the temperature is above 40, so winter coats are a must. Please consider switching your child’s change of clothes that is currently kept in their back pack.
First, I need to apologize because I have passed on inaccurate information to you. The kindergarten grading scale has changed this year. We were aware of the new terminology- but not the new percentages. Again, I apologize for the confusion. Here is the kindergarten grading scale:
M (mastery)= 70% – 100%
P (progressing)= 50%- 69%
NI (needs improvement) = Below 50%
We will be using candy tomorrow for a graph. Please let me know if you have any concerns about this.
Hello everyone! This week I plan to use M&Ms for a Monday graphing activity and Reese’s Pieces for a math activity on Friday. The students will have roughly ten pieces of each candy. Please let me know if you have any concerns about this.
I’ve had a few questions about the grading scale in kindergarten. The scale was listed on the ‘at a glance’ sheet you received before school started but that seems like a lifetime ago! Sorry for the confusion:
I will be out of the classroom on Monday and Tuesday. I will be completing a one on one math test with each student. This is the first year we have completed this test in partnership with UVA. This screening will give me lots of information about your child’s math strengths and weaknesses.
Progress reports will be issued on Thursday. Thank you!
Hello everyone! Please look a few items in your child’s backpack today. There is a fundraising envelope. There is also a Reading Eggs form along with card. Reading Eggs is a game the students play in class and they can play it at home as well now that you have the username and password!
Please continue to read the September study guide and complete the suggested activities. If you’re looking for a conversation starter ask your child about the bracelets they have on their wrist. The students pulled bracelets out of a paper bag and we graphed the results.
The students are doing great learning the rules for our classroom and school. Thank you so much for your continued support and continue to check their behavior folder each day!
Hello and welcome to kindergarten! We have 17 students this year and all 17 families came on Thursday to ‘meet the teacher day’! What an awesome turn out. I’m looking forward to getting to know my new students as well as their families.