"The sky's the limit on
learning in our classroom!"
Beginning September 11th:
Please make sure you fill out the Health Check form every morning by 7:45 a.m. Thank you!
Please join our Google Classroom.
All important notes, test information and homework can be found there.
Supply List for Incoming First Grade
Please have your child bring in a small snack, napkins, water and additional masks labeled with your child’s name in their backpack on September 11th. Please have at least two sharpened pencils and crayons for the day. You may also begin sending in any other supplies on September 11th. Since all supplies will be due by Friday, September 18th, please send in some items each day. I’m also asking if at all possible please have your child wear sneakers to school with Velcro due to the need in maintaining proper social distancing protocols.
Thank you so much!
**New Item Needed (by September 30th)**
1.75 Square Laundry Basket - Your child will keep his/her coat, lunch box, etc. in this Laundry Basket next to their desk.
Updated: Please have your child bring in these supplies a little at a time during the first week of school. I'm sorry but supplies may
not be dropped off by parents when bringing their child to school.
1 Pump antibacterial gel
2 Boxes of facial tissues
2 Containers of baby wipes
3 Containers of Clorox wipes
1 Pack gallon size Ziplock Bags
2 Rolls of paper towels
3 Reams of copy paper 8 1/2 x 11
No Supply Fee will be collected at this time.
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!
*Please check e-envelope for important information.
|Writing||Weekend News on Monday mornings! Please review what you did with your child over the weekend (family activities, special events, etc.) before school on Monday so that it is fresh in your child's mind. In class, your child will write one or two sentences in their Weekend News notebook and illustrate it. This will be an activity we do each Monday throughout the school 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. The grade with the most hours logged by Memorial Day 2020 will be treated to an In-School Trip/Movie Day and Pajama Day with treats!! Three individual readers with the most logged hours will receive a basket of personalized reading material and gifts prepared by Ms. Barry!
English Language Arts
(Reading, Phonics, Spelling, Grammar, Writing)
Please read 10 to 15 minutes daily. Practice decoding words and reading fluently (the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression). While reading, ask your child questions to reinforce comprehension skills. Please also practice sounding out words for writing sentences.
Please go directly to www.mathletics.com and then select the sign-in button at the top of the page. Type in your username and password to gain access to your Mathletics assignment. Please feel free to use the website at any time to practice math skills.
Happy Summer Birthdays!
(District is Diocese of Brooklyn, Ed Office)
Our Science Fusion Book
Log into the http://www-k6thinkcentral.com
link in the box for Go Math! to the left of this box.
Click the "My Library" tab
Click on "Science" in the left column.
Click on Student Edition G1
Log in using your individual
username and password.
Textbooks & Workbooks
|Reading||Leveled Readers (for guided reading)|
|Social Studies||My World||2012|