On Thursday the first and second graders came together to celebrate Johnny Appleseed Day. The students made homemade applesauce (handmade applesauce, I should say), they bobbed for apples, and they learned a lot of interesting facts about apples and Johnny Appleseed. The smiles were priceless!
Reminder: Friday is picture day. Uniforms do not need to be worn on picture day, but children are encouraged to dress nicely for pictures.
No homework! Have a great day off tomorrow! Don't forget your gym uniform on Thursday!
Phonics Lesson 16
Social Studies paper: Please fill in street address, town, and
state to complete sentence.
Family trees due Monday, September
23rd: The first graders
drew a tree today. For homework, I would like them to turn the tree into a
family tree. Please include all the immediate family. Pets may be included if
your child would like to include pets. Also, pictures may be included but do not
need to be. You and your child can label the family members on the tree wherever
your child would like. If your child wants to add other family members that he
or she is close to, that is also fine. The trees may be decorated as well. The
family trees are due Monday, September 23rd.
The Back to School meeting is tonight at 6:30, so no written homework. I would love to see all the parents there! Your child will earn a dress down day if you come to tonight's meeting.
Don't forget that reading logs are due tomorrow!
Phonics Lesson 11
Study sign of the cross – test will be
Math Workbook page 1
Phonics Lesson 9
Study the Sign of the Cross on page 7
firstname.lastname@example.orgWelcome to First Grade!
Hello! I am Stacey Biggins, the first grade teacher at St. Joseph School. I am so excited to be teaching first grade! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by e-mail or by sending a note with your child. I can also be reached at the school office by calling 717-632-0118. By working together, we will all have a blessed school year!
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First Grade Specials
Tuesday: Computer and Spanish