Tech Help for Parents:
If you're having trouble with tech issues with regards to remote learning, please use the emails below.Parents/Students - email@example.comParent Portal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Week of 3/30 to 4/3
Please have students log into their google classroom for this week's assignments.
Class Message: March 2020
Look to my google classroom for assignments. So far I'm getting tremendous participation and I can't be more proud of my students for their effot. In the coming days leading to spring break I will be posting daily math assigments along with a mix of other subject areas. Reading will be required daily of course. You can find detailed information on my google classroom.
NOTE TO PARENTS
If you want to view what's doing on in my google classroom, please send me an email at email@example.com and request parental access to view only. Sorry parents, you can't complete the assignments. I know you want to work on those math pages! (ok stop laughing now). Parents who accept the google classroom invite can see all comments and posts as well as viewing the daily assignments and messages. Hope this message finds you well, safe, and healthy.Please consider signing up for REMIND. Remind is an app and communication tool used to send parents important info from me. I'll use it to remind you about class trips, events, or any changes that take place last minute. Consider downloading the app. I believe you don't need to app for it to work. Email should work fine too. Below is the link to edit a google document. Please fill out the info. I will need just one of the two ways to communicate (email or phone).
Book Gift Wish List
The best gift you could ever give me for teacher appreciation, holidays, or end of the year are chapter books for my class library. These books will bring countles joy and education to future classes. That is the best gift you could give me. Below are titles I would love for our library. Multiple copies are super because these books are classics. Dont' worry about duplicating.
A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park
Granted by John David Anderson
All the Answers by Kate Messner
Wake up Missing by Kate Messner
Mr. Terupt Falls Again - Rob Buyea
Saving Mr. Terupt - Rob Buyea
People of Sparks - (City of Ember book 2) by Jeanne DePrau
Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper
Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko
Al Capone Shines by Shoes by Gennifer Choldenko
Al Capone Does my Homework by Gennifer Choldenko
Al Capone Throws Me a Curve by Gennifer Chodenko
Ida B ... and her plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, (and possibly save the world) by Katherine Hannigan
The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen
Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool
If at all possible, please have a few pens and pencils for the first week of school. We'll also need a large notebook for math, and one for science and social studies.
Also, a cushion that can tie to a chair is a good idea. Please nothing huge or cumbersome. Thanks
If possible, our class would love a box or more of tissues and some wipes for our desk.
Study fast facts. Multiplication, division, adding and subtracting please!
Any issues, please don't hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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