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    WELCOME TO FIRST GRADE WHERE LEARNING IS A HOOT

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      I am very excited to meet all of my first graders on Thursday.  Welcome to our classroom website.  This is a great place where I will be able to keep families and students up to date on what we are learning and doing in the classroom. 

    If you need to contact me, the best way is through email - dascattergood@jacksonsd.org  click here

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    Oct 21-25  Please see Switlik's home page for Red Ribbon Week information.  

     

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    Fall Conferences are coming soon.  Please check the portal to see if you are able to sign up for a conference.  If you have any trouble, please email me.  

    Fall Harvest Day will be celebrated on Thursday, Oct. 31st.  In keeping wth the spirit of fun, children may dress in costumes for the day.  Children who choose to participate should come to school dressed in their costumes and be prepared to remain in their costumes all day.  Please keep in mind that costumes should be comfortable, allow for children to move freely, and should not depict any sort of violence.  We will not be having visitors or volunteers on this day.  We will be very busy working on fall crafts and a fall science experiment.  

     

     

     The Scholastic Book Fair is Coming

    We will be going to the book fair on Thursday, Oct 17th.  If your child will be shopping for books, please have all money put in a labeled envelope.  Family Night is also on Thursday, so the school will be open from 6-8 p.m. if you would like to come at that time.  A flyer will be sent home on Monday.  Thank you 

                                                                                                                               

     

     

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     Reading aloud to your child is one of the most beneficial things you can do at home to promote his or her future reading ability.  It will begin their lifelong interest in reading and strengthen their imagination.  Here are just a few  more benefits of reading to your child. 

    Reading to children extends their attention span.

    Reading to children aids in language development.

    Reading aloud helps build a child's comprehension. 

    Here are a few tips for reading at home with your child. 

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    The letter to log into our Math Book was sent home on Back to School Night.  If you have trouble getting in, please email me.

     

     

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    Your child will need a backpack and eventually an old shirt to use as a smock.  Please label the shirt and put it in a large ziplock bag. Everything else will be supplied.

     Thank you

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    paper towels

    ziplock bags or sandwich bags (big or small)

    aluminum foil

    smarties

    tiny bags of m&m's

    hershey kisses

    lollipops

    schedule

    Lunch 11:35-12:05

    Monday - Computers

    Tuesday - Library

    Wednesday - Art

    Thursday - Gym

    Friday - Music

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