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  1. page Homework edited Homework assignments will come home daily in your child’s agenda. Homework will be due daily unles…
    Homework assignments will come home daily in your child’s agenda. Homework will be due daily unless otherwise specified. Homework will normally consist of 15 minutes daily reading with a comprehension assignment and a math sheet. There will also be occasional projects throughout the year. Notice for projects will be given much further in advance.
    You may also choose to work on the following tasks to help improve and/or maintain skills.
    * addition and subtraction fluency practice
    * counting coins
    * telling time
    Monday - Read 15 minutes, Reading Response, Math
    Tuesday - Read 15 minutes, Math, XtraMath
    Wednesday - Read 15 minutes, Reading Response, Math
    Thursday - Read 15 minutes, Math, XtraMath
    ​Friday - Enjoy the weekend with your family!

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  2. page Expectations edited September Math -Building a community of math learners -Fluently adding and subtracting within 2…
    September
    Math
    -Building a community of math learners
    -Fluently adding and subtracting within 20 using mental strategies
    -Using addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one- and two-step word problems with unknowns in all positions
    -Determining if a group of objects, within 20 has an odd or even number of members
    -Using addition to determine the total number of objects arranged in a rectangular array
    Readers’ Workshop
    -Reading levels J-K
    -Building reading workshop procedures to improve reading
    -Reading with attention to volume, stamina, and fluency.
    -Applying phonics to read new and/or tricky words
    -Asking and answering questions using evidence from the text
    -Retelling stories in a coherent, organized way
    -Determining the big idea about the lesson or moral of a story
    -Describing how characters respond to challenges/events
    Writers' Workshop
    --Writing small moment narratives
    -Choosing action, talk, or setting to write a good beginning and ending
    -Writing a small moment in the order it happened using transitional words
    -Revising and editing through the use of mentor texts, peer editing, and conferences
    Science
    -Understanding properties of solids and liquids and the changes they undergo
    -Giving examples of matter that change from a solid to a liquid and from a liquid to a solid by heating and cooling
    -Comparing the amount (volume and weight) of water in a container before and after freezing
    -Comparing what happens to water left in an open container over time as to water left in a closed container
    Social Studies
    -Understanding rules and responsibilities of a citizen.
    -Explaining why it is important for citizens to participate in their community.
    -Identifying types of services in the government and how they serve the community
    -Understanding the way in which governments make laws, establish order, and provide security
    Word Work
    Words Their Way
    -Students will be given words that match their specific spelling needs. This will be determined by a spelling inventory. Students will work with one set of words for 1 week before having a spelling test.

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  3. page Wish List edited ... Mr. Sketch markers cardstock Mrs. Dubiel’s 2nd grade classroom Link: http://a.co/9PQplyv …
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    Mr. Sketch markers
    cardstock
    Mrs. Dubiel’s 2nd grade classroom
    Link: http://a.co/9PQplyv

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  4. page Important Dates edited Sept. Aug. 23 - Open House 3pm-5pm Aug. 27 - First day of school Sept. 3 - No School school …
    Sept.Aug. 23 - Open House 3pm-5pm
    Aug. 27 - First day of school
    Sept.
    3 - No Schoolschool
    Sept. 12 - Early release
    Sept. 19 - No school
    Sept. 27 - Fall Pictures; 5th grade DC parent Meeting
    Sept. 28 - Powertime
    Oct. 25 - Cougar Dash
    Oct. 26 - Powertime
    Oct. 30 - End of 1st quarter
    Oct. 31 - No school
    Nov. 1 - Fall picture retakes
    Nov. 5-9 - Book Fair Week
    Nov. 12 - No school
    Nov. 21 - 23 - No school
    Nov. 29 - International Night; 4th & 5th grade performances
    Nov. 30 - Powertime
    Dec. 3-7- Holiday Store Week
    Dec. 5 - Early release
    Dec. 28 - Holiday Party 1:30-2:45
    Dec. 19 - Jan. 2 - No school
    Jan. 9 - Early release
    Jan. 10 - STEAM Night
    Jan. 18 - End of 2nd quarter
    Jan. 21 - No school
    Jan. 22 - No school
    Jan. 25 - Powertime
    Feb. 18 - No school
    Feb. 21 - Club pictures
    Feb. 22 - Powertime
    Mar. 7 - Class Pictures / Spring Pictures
    Mar. 11-15 - Book Fair Week
    Mar. 13 - Early release
    Mar. 22 - Powertime
    Mar. 26-28 - 5th grade DC trip
    Mar. 28 - End of 3rd quarter
    Mar. 29 - No school
    Apr. 8-12 - Student Led Conferences
    Apr. 15 - 19 - Spring Break
    Apr. 26 - Powertime
    May 3 - Field Day
    May 6-10 - Teacher Appreciation Week
    May 8 & 9 - 5th grade trip to Jewish Community Center
    ​May 17 - Powertime
    May 27 - No school
    June 6 - 5th grade end of year party
    June 7 - 5th grade promotion ceremony 9:15 am in the gym

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  5. page Important Dates edited Sept. 4 - No School Sept. 21 - No School Sept. 22 - No School Sept. 28 - PTO Open House; Fall P…
    Sept. 4 - No School
    Sept. 21 - No School
    Sept. 22 - No School
    Sept. 28 - PTO Open House; Fall Pictures
    Sept. 29 - Powertime; Character Education Assembly
    Oct. 18 - Early Release
    Oct. 27 - Powertime; Character Education Assembly
    Oct. 30 - No School
    Nov. 2 - Fall Retake Pictures
    Nov. 9 - Report Cards
    Nov. 10 - No School
    Nov. 17 - Powertime; Character Education Assembly
    Nov. 22-24 - Holiday
    Dec. 6 - Early Release
    Dec. 15 - Character Education Assembly
    Dec. 19 - Winter Party
    Dec. 20-Jan.2 - No School
    Jan. 11 - STEAM Night
    Jan. 15 - No School
    Jan. 22 - No School
    Jan. 26 - Powetime; Character Education Assembly
    Feb.1 - Report Cards
    Feb. 6 - Class Pictures
    Feb. 7 - Early Release
    Feb. 19 - No School
    Feb. 23 - Powertime; Character Education Assembly; Club Pictures
    Mar. 23 - Powertime; Character Education Assembly
    Mar. 29-Apr. 6 - No School
    Apr. 9-13 - Student Led Conferences
    Apr. 18 - Early Release
    Apr. 19 - Report Cards; Spring Pictures
    Apr. 27 - Powertime; Character Education Assembly
    May 18 - Powertime; Character Education Assembly
    May 28
    3 - No
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  6. page Wish List edited ... head phones labels playdoh paper towels jump ropes chalk extra healthy snacks (indivi…
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    head phones
    labels
    playdohpaper towels
    jump ropes
    chalk

    extra healthy snacks (individually wrapped)
    Mr. Sketch markers
    cardstock

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  7. page school and classroom expectations edited ... Arrival: School hours are 8:45 A.M. - 3:45 P.M. Students will not be allowed to enter the buil…
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    Arrival: School hours are 8:45 A.M. - 3:45 P.M. Students will not be allowed to enter the building prior to 8:15 A.M. Your child should be inside the classroom no later than 8:45 A.M. and ready to begin his/her day. Students are tardy after 8:45 A.M.
    Transportation: Please make sure you place a note in your child’s folder each day that there is going to be a transportation change. If you have a change in transportation during the day you must call the school, emails sent throughout the day will be answered once students have gone home. I must receive notice that your child will be going home another way. Your child will not be allowed to go home a different way unless this written notice is received. If I do not receive a note or the office does not receive notification, your child will be sent home as normal. Thank you for making this a smooth and safe manner.
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    is at 11:30 A.M.12:00-12:30. Our children
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    in one or two healthy snack
    Absences/Early Dismissal: If your child is absent for any reason, a written note explaining the absence is required. If there is no note, then the absence is marked unexcused. Please note, that school policy does not consider family trips to be an excused absence. If you know you will be picking your child up from school, please email me 24 hours in advance or send in a note with your child that morning. There will be no early dismissals after 3:00 P.M. If you need for your child to leave school before 3:45 P.M., please sign your child out prior to 3:00 P.M.
    Dress Code: Please revisit the school dress code with your child. We will be discussing it in class with students as well. Shorts should be as long as the longest finger when arms are held by their sides. Tops should be at least 3 fingers wide. Shirts that may fall off the shoulders should have a tank top on underneath that is at least 3 fingers wide. Also, no flip flops. If students are violating the dress code, they will have to go to the front office to call home for a change of clothes and stay in the office until the new clothes arrive.
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  8. page Expectations edited First Quarter Expectations These are the benchmarks that your child is expected to have mastered …
    First Quarter Expectations
    These are the benchmarks that your child is expected to have mastered by the end of first quarter.
    Math
    · Students can count to 25.
    · Students can identify and write numbers 1-10.
    · Students can count a set of up to 10 objects, record how many there are in the set, and make an equivalent set.
    · Students can represent the numbers 1-10 with objects or drawings.
    · Students can identify circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles.
    Literacy
    · Students can identify characters and setting of the story.
    · Students can identify the author and illustrator and explain their roles.
    · Students can identify the title, title page, and front and back covers of a book.
    · Students can recognize and name 26 out of 52 uppercase and lowercase letters.
    · Students can read 8 or more sight words
    · Students will write his/her name with a capital letter at the beginning and the rest using lowercase.
    Writing
    · Students can use pictures and words to write.
    Social Studies
    · Students can identify why people follow rules in their classroom, school, and neighborhood.
    · Students can explain similarities in themselves and others.
    · Students can understand positive relationships through fair play and friendship.
    Science
    · Students can explain different ways objects and organisms move.
    · Students can use positional words to describe where an object is.

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  9. page schedule edited A-Day B-Day C-Day D-Day E-Day A day B day C day D day E day 8:45-9:45 Math 8:45-10:00 …
    A-Day
    B-Day
    C-Day
    D-Day
    E-Day
    A day
    B day
    C day
    D day
    E day
    8:45-9:45 Math
    8:45-10:00 math

    8:45-10:15 math
    8:45-10:00 math
    8:45-10:00 math
    9:45-10:45
    Readers’ Workshop
    8:45-10:15- Readers' Workshop
    8:45-10:15
    workshop
    10:00-11:00 Readers’ workshop
    10:15-11:30
    Readers’ Workshop
    8:45-10:15- Readers' Workshop
    8:45-10:15 Readers'

    10:00-11:00 Readers’
    workshop
    10:15- 10:30 Read aloud
    10:15-10:45

    10:00-11:00 Readers’ workshop
    10:45-11:05 Word Work
    11:00 - 11:30- Word Work
    11:30 -12:00 Physical Activity (Field 1)
    11:00 - 11:30- Word Work
    11:00 - 11:30- Word Work
    11:05 - 11:30
    Read aloud/Word work
    10:15-10:45 Read aloud/word work
    10:15-10:45 Read aloud/Word work
    10:15-11:15 Math
    10:30-11:30 Cougar time
    10:45-11:30 Cougar time
    10:30-11:30 cougar time
    10:45-11:30 Cougar time
    11:15-1130 Read aloud
    11:30-12:10
    Aloud
    11:30 – 12:00 Physical Activity (Side Playground)
    12:00 - 12:30
    Lunch
    11:30-12:10

    11:30 – 12:00 Physical Activity (front Playground)
    11:30 – 12:00 Physical Activity (side playground)
    11:30 – 12:00 Physical Activity (Blacktop)
    12:00 - 12:30
    Lunch
    11:30-12:10

    12:30 - 1:30 Cougar Time
    12:00 - 12:30
    Lunch
    11:30-12:10

    12:00 - 12:30
    Lunch
    12:10-1:10 Math
    12:10-1:10 Math
    12:10-1:20 Math
    1:10-1:40 Writers' Workshop
    1:10-1:55 Writers' workshop
    1:10-1:40 Writers' Workshop
    111=:30-12:10

    12:00 - 12:30
    Lunch
    12:10-12:40 Writers' workshop
    1:20- 1:40 Word Work
    1:55-2:25

    12:30- 1:15 Cougar Time
    1:30 - 2:15
    Integrated studies
    1:40-2:25- Writers' Workshop
    1:40- 2;25 specials- PE
    2;25-2:55 PA
    1:40- 2;25 specials- art
    12:35-
    Studies
    12:30- 1:15 Cougar Time
    12:30- 1:15 Cougar Time
    12:35 -
    3:00 specials
    Muisc, Innovation, Media
    2:25- 2:55 PA- Front
    2:25- 2:55 PA-Front
    3:00-3:45
    Specials PE
    2:25- 2:55 PA-Front
    1:30-2:00 Writers’ Workshop
    2:55- 3:00
    (P.E., Art, Music)
    1:15 - 2:00
    Integrated studies
    2:55-3:45-
    Studies
    2:15 - 2:35 Word Work
    1:15 - 2:00
    Integrated Studies
    3:45 Dismissal
    2:55-3:45-

    1:15 - 2:00
    Integrated Studies
    2:00-2:30 PA-Side
    3:45 Dismissal
    3:45 Dismissal
    2:30-3:45 Math

    3:00 - 3:45 Writers’ Workshop
    2:00 - 2:30 Writers’ Workshop
    2:35 - 3:30 Writers’ Workshop
    2:00 - 2:30 Writers’ Workshop
    2:00 - 2:45 Writers’ Workshop
    2:30 - 3:15 Specials (innovation)
    3:30 - 3:45 Read Aloud
    2:30 - 3:15 Specials (media)
    2:45-3:00 Read Aloud
    3:15 - 3:45 Read Aloud
    3:15 - 3:45 Read Aloud
    3:00-3:45 Specials ( media)

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