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   Class 1-1

    Ms. Critelli 

        Back to school clip art homeroom mom    

       

Health Check Form:

This form must be completed DAILY before 7:45 a.m. on all school days:

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I am looking so forward to seeing you this Friday, September 11th in school! ! Get ready to learn lots of new and exciting things! 

Love, Ms. Critelli

 

Supply List - Hokes Bluff Elementary School

 

 First Grade Supply List for September 2020:

4 boxes of yellow pencils sharpened 

1 - 5 pack of glue sticks

2 - 7.6 oz.  Elmer’s liquid glue

2 boxes- 48 Crayola crayons

2 boxes - 12 colored pencils

1 pack lined index cards (3 x 5)

1 large pink eraser 

Plastic Art Supply Box (5 x 7)

1 small enclosed pencil sharpener 

1 large soft pencil case

1 pair of child safety scissors 

All labeled with child’s name on the outside:

(No substitutions for the notebook)

3 Mead Primary Composition Books, Full Page Ruled, Grades K-2, 100 Sheets, 7 1/2" x 9 1/2" 

1 Mead Primary Journal, Half Page Ruled, Grades K-2, 100 Sheets, 7 1/2" x 9 1/2" 

1 red plastic two pocket folder

1 blue plastic two pocket folder

1 yellow plastic two pocket folder

Library/Music

1 two pocket folder -  clearly labeled MUSIC/LIBRARY with student’s name on the outside

1 box - 48 count Crayola crayons - labeled LIBRARY

Physical Education 

     Velcro or lace up sneakers

 

 

Computer Class

Inexpensive earbuds or        headphones. No AirPods or Beats. No bluetooth. They must be able to plug directly into the computer.

 

     Art Supplies

1 container of Clorox wipes

Art fee will be collected in September

             

       Back To School Free Clipart - Clipart library - Clip Art Library          

A Back to School Zoom Presentation will take place on Friday, September 11th at 6 p.m.  Please refer to parent email for Zoom log on information.                           

          

    

2  Boxes of facial tissues                                      2 Rolls of paper towels

2 Containers of baby wipes                                 3 Reams of copy paper 8 1/2 x 11

3 Containers of Clorox wipes                              1 Pump antibacterial gel           

   1 Pack gallon size Ziplock Bags                               

 

Supply Fee: To be collected in September

(Cash or check made payable to St. Luke School)

(Fee is for an assignment planner)

Uniforms - For uniform information, please visit www.flynnohara.com 

St. Luke’s Webpage - Please visit our website www.slswhitestone.org 

Have a healthy and enjoyable summer!

 

    

    Scholastic Class Code: NP489 

If your child is absent, they must bring in an absent note when they return to school. Please do not email the absent note.
Extra help will be offered on Mondays and Tuesdays by invitation only. Please arrive no earlier than ________ by Mrs. Angotti. 

Students need to comply with school rules in all areas of the school (classroom, hallways, cafeteria, schoolyard, etc.).

If improper behavior persists, you will be contacted by e-mail and your child may receive a time-out. If improvement is still not seen, it may be necessary to contact you for a phone or face-to-face meeting. If something occurs that needs immediate attention, you will be contacted that day.

Incentives for positive conduct and listening are always stressed.

Conduct and classwork are included in the Personal Progress area of your child’s Report Card.

Mid-Trimester Progress Reports are also sent home for areas needing improvement in conduct and academics.

 

 Please note:

All students must be adhering to the uniform policy listed in the handbook.  Specifically, BOYS must be wearing a short OR long sleeve white shirt AND tie. Boys may not wear a polo.  Girls may wear a polo (short or long sleeve) or a white button-down blouse with blue slacks or jumper. Only shoes listed in the handbook may be worn. Black sneakers are NOT school shoes. Girls of any age may not wear ANY makeup or nail polish.

 

Specials:

Monday: Art

Tuesday: Computer

Wednesday: Library 

Thursday: Music

Friday: Gym (please wear sneakers and gym uniform)

 

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          (Please allow 24-48 hours for tests to be graded and put on Option C, and for email responses as well).  If there is an emergency, please call the office.   

 

  

Reading/Fundations/Writing:
 

Weekend News is on Monday mornings! Please review what you did with your child over the weekend, (any activities, special family time), before school on Monday so it is fresh in their minds. When they come in on Monday, they will write in their "Weekend News" notebook a sentence or two and illustrate. This will be an activity we do every Monday morning all year.

Read to Succeed Contest!  Please download the Reading Log on e-envelope. Have your child read 10 to 15 minutes nightly. Reading Logs will be collected from all students every Friday.  Your child will write the title of the book, number of pages and one sentence to tell what the book was about. Parents will print the number of minutes read daily and sign each day. 

 

 

Sight Words and Vocabulary Words

 

 

 

  

 

 

 
Math: 

 

*Your child will take home their Math book to complete their homework assignment and return it the next day.

Science:

 

Religion: Pray Hail Mary daily -Our Blessed Mother loves to hear from you!

 

Social Studies

 

 

 

 Grading Policy:

ELA

Assessments (Grammar, Phonics, Vocabulary)  50%
Writing Assignments: 20%
Comprehension: 20%
Spelling Drills: 10%
Math
Assessments: 75%
Math Drills: 25%
Science
Assessments: 75%
Lab: 25%
Social Studies 
Assessments: 75%
Projects: 25%
Religion
Assessments: 50%
Projects: 25%
Prayers: 25%

 

OUR BOOKS 

Subject Title Publisher ISBN # Copyright

Math

Go Math

Houghton Mifflin

978-0-547-58779-0

2012

Phonics

Phonics Level A

Modern Curriculum Press

0-6752-2619-7

2003

Reading

New York Progress

Sadlier
   

Science

Interactive Science

Pearson

978-0-328-52096-1

2012

Religion

We Believe

Sadlier

978-0-8215-3051-1

2015

Reading
 Reader: Here and There
Reader: Catch a Dream
Reader: Gather Around
Reader: Time Together

Harcourt
0-15-32247-1
0-15-322470-3
0-15-322473-8
0-15-322472-X

2003

 

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