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Welcome to BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT
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6 DAY CYCLE A-F
A SSW 1110 1150 AM MUSIC 240
310 PM B PE/GYM 145 215
PM C PE/GYM 140 210 PM D MUSIC 245 -
315 PM E MUSIC 1020 1050 AM F LIBRARY
920 - 950 AM ART 145 245
PM
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FIRST GRADE CURRICULUM
  • MATH
  • SPELLING
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
  • HANDWRITITNG
  • READING
  • SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
  • COMPUTER

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TAKE-HOME BOOK BAGS Your child will be
bringing home a book at his/her level to
read each night. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD IS
READING BOOKS AT HIS/HER READING LEVEL.
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PIZZA HUT BOOK-IT Your child will be
required to read at least 15 minutes, at least
five times a week. This will become 20 min. per
week near the end of the year. (You may do
shared reading or your child may read to you.)
Parents, please initial the calendar on the day
the reading takes place, and tally the minutes
for each week. (Note on the calendar.)
Book-It Calendars will be sent home on the
beginning of each month. Please send the
calendar to school at the end of the month to
earn a free Personal Pan Pizza from Pizza Hut.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD IS READING BOOKS
AT HIS/HER READING LEVEL.
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The 3 Rs of HOMEWORK
  • Review
  • Routine
  • Responsibility
  • (Return . . .)

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HOMEWORK
  • Your child will be given homework assignments
    regularly which will be required to be written on
    the homework log.
  • Your child is responsible for completing his/her
    assignments and turning them in on time.
  • Following are some suggestions for ways to help
    your child gain the most from his/her homework
    experience

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  • HOMEWORK
  • Make homework rules together with your child.
  • Check homework log daily, and decide when and
    where the homework will be done.
  • Provide a quiet place for your child to do
    his/her homework.
  • Encourage your child to work independently.
  • Assist him/her if needed.
  • When your child has finished, go over the
    homework together. Correct any errors there may
    be. Discuss the objective of the homework.
  • Please give your child positive words of
    encouragement, such as You should be proud of
    yourself or I knew you could do this all by
    yourself!

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HOMEWORK
  • All homework assignments will pertain to what we
    are doing in class.
  • Unless otherwise noted, the homework will be due
    the next day.
  • Please feel free to contact me if you have
    questions about homework.
  • THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

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STAR STUDENT
  • We will be having a star student each week.
  • A blank poster will go home the week before your
    child is scheduled to be the STAR STUDENT. Please
    help your child decorate the poster to show us
    all about him/her.
  • The STAR STUDENT may bring items from home that
    will let us
  • know something special about
  • him/her.

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FIELD TRIPS
  • Trips will be taken to
  • Sarett Nature Center Butterfly Garden
  • Upton Planetarium
  • Calling All Colors
  • We are asking for a donation of 5 per
  • student (or 10, maximum, per family)
  • to help fund the field trips.
  • Please complete and sign the field trip
    permission slip this evening, or send it
  • to school as soon as possible.

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BIRTHDAYS
You may send birthday treats to school, if you
wish. Please keep in mind our wellness policy
here at E.P. Clarke. There are many creative,
healthier alternatives your child can bring.
If your childs birthday occurs during the
summer, we celebrate it as a half-birthday. For
example, if your childs birthday is June 8th,
s/he may celebrate on, or around, December 8th.
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SNACKS
We will be eating two snacks each day one
right before our morning recess and one right
after our afternoon recess. Please pack two
small HEALTHY snacks that s/he can enjoy during
snack time. Please keep in mind our wellness
policy. Also, try to make snacks easy for your
child to open without help. A healthy snack
will help sustain your child throughout the day!
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WATER BOTTLES
I encourage your child to bring a water bottle
with a lid (filled ONLY with water) to school
daily. It is very important that s/he stay
hydrated!
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PARTY MONEY
We will have 3 holiday parties one for each of
the following holidays Halloween, Christmas,
and Valentines Day. I am asking for a 3.00
contribution (for the year) from each family to
be used for snacks and crafts at the parties for
the entire year.
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SHOW AND TELL
Occasionally, your child may have something to
share with his/her classmates. If it applies to
something we are doing in class, s/he may bring
it in. If the show and tell is large, or alive,
please check with me before sending it to school.
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Indoor/Outdoor Shoes
In order to keep our carpeting looking nice, I am
asking that your child have clean shoes to wear
in the classroom. This mainly pertains to the
winter months when boots are required outdoors.
Sweater/Sweatshirt
Temperatures in our classroom vary widely.
Please send in a sweatshirt or sweater for your
child to keep at school for this reason.
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MAKE YOUR MARK
  • To avoid confusion amongst the kids, PLEASE write
    your childs name on
  • Shoes/Boots
  • Outdoor Clothing/Sweaters
  • Water Bottles
  • Lunch Pails

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CHANGE OF CLOTHES
One can never tell when your child might have a
spill, fall in the mud while playing, or just
have a messy accident of some sort. For this
reason, please send in a change of clothes (with
names on the items on the bag they are in) to
keep at school all year. Make sure to include
underwear!!!
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The Bear Necessities Be Responsible Every day
Always be Respectful and Safe
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WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A WONDERFUL YEAR FULL OF
LEARNING AND GROWTH!
If you have any questions or concerns, please
call me at E.P. Clarke School 926-3600 Ext.
3644 Cell 932-5184 E-mail address
cdanapilis_at_sjschools.org
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