The federal No Child Left Behind law requires school districts to notify parents of children attending a Title 1 school of their right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teachers and teacher assistants who instruct their children. If you would like to view this information please call the school office to request a written copy.
4th Grade students have been taking a global look of what is going on in the world around them by watching a daily children’s TV news broadcast. The 5 minute bulletins focus in on main headlines from all over the globe and also add in a few humorous or light hearted tid-bits with stories like a Peruvian penguin getting lost and finding themselves in someone’s kitchen, skateboarding dog, or a slow motion video of a controlled demotion.
First graders in Mrs. Williams’ class have been learning about being a good citizen at school. They have learned that when you are a good citizen you follow the rules in the classroom and in other parts of the school, such as, on the playground and in the cafeteria.
Mrs. Reeder’s class has enjoyed a wonderful year in first grade. We have read many books, learned many new things and made great friends. We created a memory book to help us remember our first grade year. We are so excited for summer vacation, but are sad for our year together to come to a close. We hope each of you have a wonderful summer.