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Daily Schedule
(Mon) Tues-Thursday
(9:25) 8:25 Announcements & Calendar
(9:45) 8:45 Reading
(10:55) 10:00 Break (Snack & recess)
10:30 Centers
(11:10) 11:00 Writing
(11:55) 11:35 Lunch & Recess
(12:50) 12:20 Specialist
Green=Music/PE
Blue=Library/PE
Purple=Music/PE
Pink=Library/PE
(1:30) 1:15 Story
(1:45) 1:30 Math
(2:30) 2:15 Science/Social Studies
(3:07) 3:07 Dismissal
Students of the Month
September
*Akisha--respect
*Azalya--responsibility

October
*Braden -- cooperation
*Jaxson--kindness

November & December--
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Sharing
Even numbered days are girls' sharing days; odd numbered days are for boys' sharing.
Reading Awards
Students who meet or exceed the monthly goals for reading at home are recognized.

September (400 min.): Ahlizay, Akisha, Braden, Erika, Jaxson, Lisseth, Lucas & Wyatt. Way to go!

October (410 min.): Ahlizay, Akisha, Blaire, Braden, Camila, Ella, Erika, Jaxson, Jensen, Lucas, Oliver & Wyatt. Love the reading!

November (420 min.): Akisha, Blaire, Ella, & Jaxson. Way to go!

December (430 min.):

January (440 min.):

February (450 min.):

March (460 min.)


April (470 min.):

May (480 min.):





Perfect Attendance
September: Akisha, Wyatt, Ella, Erika, Camila, Dariel, Lisseth, Alexia, Mateo, & Lucas. Well done!

October: Oliver, Martha, Akisha, Jensen, Wyatt, Ella, Erika, Braden, Camila, Dariel, Lisseth, Jaxson, Zachary, Alexia, Mateo, and Lucas. Here every day learning!

November: Oliver, Martha, Akisha, Damian, Julian, Blaire, Erika, Lisseth, Jaxson, Azalya, & Serinity. They get smarter everyday!

Scholastic News Online
• Go to www.scholastic.com/sn1
• User name is WINTER’S CLASS
• The password is zoodust2
Reading at Home
How do I get my 20 minutes of daily reading?
• Read during snack time
• Keep a few books in the car
• Make a set time to read aloud to your child—even for just 5 minutes!
• Add reading into transitions—while you clean up lunch or getting reading to leave
• Read everything: signs, food boxes, magazines, etc.
• Keep books by their beds
• Have a set time for your child to read quietly to themselves
• Play reading games: Hangman, Brain Quest, BananaGram, Scrabble, etc.
• Read while you wait at a restaurant or doctor’s office
• Listen to stories online. Try “Storytime Online”
• Read activity books, such as cook books or Klutz books

¿Cómo puedo obtener mis 20 minutos de lectura diaria?
• Leer durante la merienda
• Mantenga un par de libros en el coche
• Haga una hora fija para leer en voz alta a su hijo-incluso por sólo 5 minutos.
• Agregar la lectura en las transiciones-mientras limpia o se aliste para irse.
• Lea todo: letreros, cajas de comida, revistas, etc.
• Mantenga los libros por sus camas
• Tenga una hora fija para que su hijo lea en voz baja a sí mismo.
• Jugar juegos de lectura: Hangman, Brain Quest BananaGram, Scrabble, etc.
• Leer mientras espera en un restaurante o un consultorio médico
• Escuchar historias en línea. Trate "Cuentos en Línea"
• Leer libros de actividades, tales como libros de cocina o libros Klutz

Behavior Party
Students have earned another Behavior Party. It is scheduled for November 19th. They voted to bring in board games to play.