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Anyone interested in ordering Scholastic Books online can go to www.scholastic.com/bookclubs. My code is LDMYQ. You can order from any age appropriate monthly flyer. If you order online, our class will get a free book. Thanks!
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Mrs. Warren’s Transitional Kindergarten Class
Monday, March 12, 2018
Don’t forget that students have a half day of school on Tuesday with dismissal at 11:03am. We will be having parent-teacher conferences in the afternoon for those that have been contacted. I hope you are planning on attending our family reading night event “Camp Read S’More” this Wednesday, March 14th. .
In math your child should be able to name numerals 1-10;count out and match up how many 0-10; rote count 1-50; name and describe 2D shapes; and also make patterns and show how to use a graph for information regarding more and less; We are now going to begin some pre addition using manipulatives. We are focusing on new letters Ll/l/ and Nn/n/ along with the letter and Rr/r/ right now. We continue to practice rhyming, syllables, and recognizing and listening for beginning and ending sounds in words.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO SEND IN SNACK ON YOUR DAY Snack—Send enough for 18
Tuesday 3/13—Half Day (sack lunch is provided)
Friday 3/16—Green Day
PLEASE REMEMBER TO ALSO HAVE YOUR CHILD RETURN THEIR LIBRARY BOOK ON WEDNESDAYS.
Monday and Tuesday, March 12th and 13th Kindergarten Registration—call for more information. TK students do not have to re-register.
Monday, March 12th—PTO Meeting
Tuesday, March 13th—Half Day of School with dismissal at 11:03 am. We will have Parent-Teacher Conferences in the afternoon with those parents that we contact. If you have not been contacted then you do not need to attend. If you are contacted, then you must call the school and make an appointment to see me.
Wednesday, March 14th—Camp Read S’More Family Reading Night. Please send in your RSVP. Please refer to the flyer sent home last Monday.
Spring Dance, March 16th
READ READ READ
Have a Blessed Week!
Behavior Management Plan
MRS. WARREN'S KINDERGARTEN CLASS
I believe that in order to have a well-managed classroom where learning is taking place, we need to have mutual respect between the teacher and students. I spend a lot of time learning about, talking to, and getting to know and care about every one of my students. Your child will be encouraIged to try and do their best every day. There is no “I can’t” in our classroom. We speak positively about ourselves:
Our school motto is:
I am smart.
I am kind.
I am important.
And I am here to Learn.
My classroom is highly structured and I have high expectations for my students. Consistency is the key to having a well-managed classroom.
I believe having open communication between teacher and parents is essential to your child’s educational success. I will be communicating regularly with you through weekly newsletters, the REMIND app., website, notes, email, and phone calls. You may contact me at any time at 445-0517, REMIND text or firstname.lastname@example.org also.
We have so much to learn in kindergarten and the less time I have to spend on discipline (and interruptions), the more time I have to teach.
1st--Verbal Warnings: Children may have up to 3 depending on the incident.
2nd--Thinking Chair: Child will sit and think about changing their behavior and tell the teacher the rule and what they need to do. I may send home an "Ooops" note.
3rd--Name on the Board: This means they will “owe” me time (5 or 10 minutes) either at free time or recess. You will receive an "Oooops!" note from me explaining the problem. This must be signed and returned the next day.
4th--Responsible Ranger Referral: This means a write up which you must sign and return. Student will be sent to the office. You will receive notification (a phone call) from me.
Unfortunately some problem behaviors that hurt other children or are considered major offenses may skip directly to a level 3 or 4.
After any problem behavior I conference with the individual child and we problem solve regarding the behavior and how to change it and re-state the positive desired behavior.
Mrs. Warren’s Classroom Rules
1. We walk in school.
2. We are kind and show respect.
3. We keep our area clean.
4. We keep our hands, feet, and objects in our own personal space.
5. We stay on task (doing what the teacher has told us to do).
6. We obey the proper voice level.
Let’s work together to have a positive learning environment for all children. Thank you.
Mrs. Donna Warren