Mr. Joseph Broughton Library Media Specialist Debbie Archacki Library Aide
Library Every Friday is Library Day
7:50 Students arrive 8:05 Tardy Bell 11:10 Lunch 1:05 Kindergarten Specials 2:00 Snack 3:05 Dismissal Important times:
We do go out daily to our wonderful playground. We ask that parents do not join their child on the playground. It is important that your child wear closed toe shoes. When the weather gets cold, don’t forget a jacket labeled with your child's name. Recess
Lunch 11:10-11:40 Parents can create a lunch account through mylunchmoney.com or send a check or cash with your child to school. After the first 6 weeks of school parents may eat with their child.
It is important to keep your child’s transportation consistent. Transportation If there are any changes to your child’s transportation, a written note to your child’s teacher is required. In case of an emergency change, please call the school by 2:00. It is important to keep your child’s transportation consistent.
Car Rider Dismissal Your child's teacher will give you a pink card at the beginning of the year for car rider and walker pick up.
Walker/Biker Dismissal Please display your pink card for walker pick up
Read for a Better Life! What can you do at home? Choose a time to read aloud to your child at least once a day. Show your child that reading is fun – let them see you read. Volunteer to read to the children at school. Keep books handy. It is never too late to start!
student Backpacks A student size backpack is needed daily. No wheels on backpacks, please. We would also like to ask that the backpack have an outside compartment for water bottles. Leaky water bottles ruin books, papers, and student work.
Parent Volunteers Volunteers are needed, welcomed and appreciated! Here are a few things you can help with: Copies Workroom PTO Room Mom Class Reader
School supplies School id: DAV003 Cost: $60.00 Deadline: June 6 th
Important things to work on over the summer: 1. Handwriting: correct formation of letters 2. Teach your child to go to the restroom independently 3. Tie shoes 4. Recognize colors and shapes 5. Recognize and count #'s Recognize letters and sounds 7. Write first name with one capital letter and the rest lowercase 8. Check for understanding when reading independently or together 9. Sight words