Supply List for Incoming Kindergarten
Please send these items below to school with your child during the first week of school:
2- rolls of paper towels
2- boxes of tissues
2-large containers of baby wipes
2- containers of disinfecting wipes (Clorox or Lysol)
2-reams of copy paper (500 sheets per ream) (8 1/2 x 11)
1- package of construction paper
1- package of post it notes (3x3)
1- box of quart sized ziploc bags
1- box of gallon sized ziploc bags
1- package of straws
2- bottles of Purell
1- set of index cards on a ring with a poly cover (THIS CAN STAY AT HOME)
The following supplies should be brought in on the first day of school:
3- boxes of SHARPENED pencils
4-boxes of Crayola Crayons (24 pack only)
8- LARGE gluesticks
1- pair of Fiskars scissors
1- large pink eraser
1- LARGE soft pencil case (must be able to hold 1 box of crayons, scissors, glue stick, pencils)
1- backpack (wheels not permitted)
Supply Fee will be announced in September (includes notebooks and folder)
LABEL THE OUTSIDE OF YOUR CHILD’S BACKPACK WITH THEIR NAME
LABEL Uniform Sweatshirts with your child's name
LABEL all Jackets with your child's name
LABEL lunch boxes
It is not necessary to label crayons, tissue boxes, paper towels and wipes.
I look forward to seeing you in September!
Uniforms - For uniform information, please visit www.flynnohara.com
Special Classes Supplies
Music/Library- 1 pocket folder (labeled with child's name and Music),
1 box of tissues,1 pack of pencils (labeled library)
Physical Education- sneakers with velcro or laces
Computer-1 Headphone (either earbuds or over the head) to be plugged into computer ( not
Bluetooth) and should be inexpensive. Put in a Ziplock bag and write your child’s
name on bag.
Art-supply fee determined in September
SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER!!!
Scholastic Book Orders due by:
Online class code:
***Online orders only please***
As we discussed last night, one of the students in our classroom has a severe peanut/nut allergy. Strict avoidance of peanut/nut products is the only way to prevent a life threatening allergic reaction. We are asking your assistance in providing the student with a safe learning environment. If exposed to peanuts/nuts, the student may develop a life-threatening allergic reaction which requires emergency medical treatment. To reduce the risk of exposure for the child, the classroom will be peanut/nut free. Please do not send any peanut or nut containing products for your child to eat during snack in the classroom. Any exposure to peanuts or nuts through contact or ingestion can cause a severe reaction. If your child has eaten peanut or nut products prior to coming to school, please be sure your child's hands have been thoroughly washed before coming to school. In addition, please refrain from sending any peanut or nut products for your child to eat during lunch. Please get in touch with me before sending any food in for the class to enjoy (this includes birthday treats and holiday class party treats).
Thank you for your cooperation in ensuring a safe environment for our kindergarten friend!!!
Please LABEL EVERYTHING (especially the sweatshirts) with your child's name.
StoryTown Direct Link
PRE DECODABLE BOOKS
Please check e-envelope on Tuesdays and Fridays for upcoming events, lunch calendars and much more. Many events need R.S.V.P.'s and permission slips. Don't miss out on the fun! Take a look at the After School Workshops tab for many different After School activities as well!
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*Extra help will provided on Monday and Wednesday morning from 7:45-8:00 by invitation only*
WHAT WE ARE LEARNING THIS WEEK
HOMEWORK FOR THE WEEK
The Storytown link above can be accessed at any time so your child can continue to read. These books provide great practice for the children. Feel free to have your child choose anyof the books to read.
HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS
Practice the words on the word ring.
Knowing these words by sight will help tremendously with the reading process.
September/October: a, I, my, me, and, the, go, see one, two, three, four, five, am
November/December: to, like, he, come, here, this, six, seven, eight, nine, ten
January-red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink, purple, white, brown, black
February- for, where, do, you, look, what, can, it, is, in, on
March-up, down, we, want, she, good, out, who, are, they
***These words should be on your child's index ring and should be reviewed frequently***
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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.
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