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16-01 150th Place
Whitestone, NY 11357
(718) 746-3833

Kindergarten
Mrs. Molen
K-1




 

Art Supplies 
In need of empty paper towel/toilet paper rolls. If you have any please send in.
Thank You
 

St. Luke Carnival Fun Day
Thursday,  June 1st  
11:30-2:30

All students must be accompanied by an adult.
Please see e-envelope for permission slip and details.
Permission slip and payment  is due by May 31.

 


Friday, May 26th at 10:00 on the Great Lawn
All are Welcome!!!

Each child should bring in one flower on this day. 
THE MASS WILL BE IN THE CHURCH.  
TOWELS WILL NOT BE  NECESSARY

11:30 Dismissal on this day
Thank You!!!
 



***What's happening in May***


May 26th
May Crowning
11:30 Dismissal


May 29th
Memorial Day~No School


May 3oth
$2.oo Dress Down Day


May 31st
Kinder-Garden Fun
9:30-10:30

June 1st

Carnival Fun Day
11:30-2:30

June 2nd
8:30 Mass
11:30 Dismissal


June 12th

NO SCHOOL~Teacher Professional Day

 

Looking ahead...
K~1 will be graduating
on
Tuesday, June 20th at 8:45 a.m.
in the Pastoral center 
(This will be their last day of school)
*More details to follow*

  ***Please be aware, there is a child in our class with a NUT allergy.  Therefore, I am asking that all food that is sent to school for both snack and lunch be NUT free.  Thank you for your cooperation!

 

ART Wish List

Thank you

 

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WHAT WE ARE LEARNING THIS WEEK
ELA~Draw Conclusions/Make Inferences
Phonics~Long Vowel "E"
Math~Measurement

Social Studies~Community Helpers
Science~Plants
Religion~Mary, Our Mother in Heaven



HOMEWORK FOR THE WEEK
May 22nd


 


Monday

Library
(every other Monday)







SPRING SHOW

NO HOMEWORK


Tuesday



COMPUTER


 

ELA/Phonics: Please follow the directions for Tuesday under the poem stapled in your child's notebook

***Please add the May/June words (see below) to the word ring.  Practice all the words on the ring!

Math: workbook pgs. 221-222



Wednesday


MUSIC


 
ELA/Phonics: Please follow the directions for Wednesday under the poem stapled in your child's notebook. (Reading Comprehension questions are stapled in the back of the notebook.  PLEASE have your child write in complete sentences)

Math: workbook pgs. 223-224 (please DO NOT go ahead in the math workbook)

"Book-In-A-Bag" will be going home today. Please send the bag (with the books in it) back to school on Friday. Happy Reading! 


 


Thursday



ART

 

ELA/Phonics: Please follow the directions for Thursday under the poem stapled in your child's notebook


Math: workbook pgs.


*Each child should bring in one flower tomorrow
**11:30 Dismissal tomorrow



Friday

MAD SCIENCE

May Crowning
10:00


 



 


 

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS

September/October: a, I, my, me, and, the, go, see, one, two, three, four, five, am

November: six, seven, eight, nine, ten, at, can, he, like, to, come, did, in, it, is

December:  here, this, big, for, do, red, orange, where, look, you, has, him, on, yellow 
 
January: green, blue, pink, purple, brown, black, white

February: what, up, down, we, want, out, who

 March & April: are, they, she, good, there, give, little, play, said, do

 May/June: away, help, make, said, when, how, was, your, with, of

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Kindergarten Grades

Student assessments will be graded based on the following: 
 

1  = Not demonstrated (needs a great deal of improvement OR does not demonstrate an understanding of the standard given)

2  = Beginning (needs some improvement OR has a partial understanding of the standard)

3  = Developing (satisfactory understanding)

4  = Secure (thorough understanding of the standard)


 


TEXTBOOKS AND WORKBOOKS 

The school administration and the classroom teachers are aware of parental concerns regarding heavy backpacks.  We are making efforts to coordinate the home use of the heavier textbooks as well as workbooks in case a replacement is needed.  One option for parents is to purchase books to keep at home.  Some websites that sell new and used books are Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Ecampus. 

 

Subject Title Publisher ISBN # Copyright
Math Go Math Harcourt 978-0-547-58780-6 2012
Math Go Math Harcourt 978-0-547-58812-4 2012
Phonics Phonics Level K Pearson 978-1-4284-3091-4 2011
ELA Trophies Harcourt 0-15-322469 2003
Handwriting Handwriting Zaner-Bloser 978-0-7367-6835-1 2012
Religion We Believe Sadlier 978-0-8215-3080-1 2010