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WELCOME TO FIRST GRADE Mrs. Rezac Room 16 El Rincon
Meet Mrs. Rezac 5 th year teaching in CCUSD B.A. from UC San Diego M.A. in Education in Reading with a Reading and Language Arts Specialist Credential Love teaching reading and early literacy
Daily Schedule 8:45 Morning Meeting 9:00 Language Arts Lesson 9:30 Writing 10:00 Snack 10:15 Workshop 11:50 Lunch 12:45 P.E. with Mr. Lopez 1:15 Math 2:25 First Grade Rotations (Math Lab, Social Studies, Science) 3:15 Dismissal
Weekly Schedule MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday Language Arts Snack MathWorkshopMathWorkshopScience Lab/Art (biweekly) WritingRead AloudTechnology in Computer Lab Read AloudLibrary Lunch P.E. SuccessMaker in Computer Lab MathCaring School Community Math Math LabSocial Studies (w/ Ms. Carlan) Science (w/ Mrs. Moniz)
Additions to the Schedule Library- Friday Computer Lab SuccessMaker Program-Monday Technology Lesson-Wednesday Science Lab-every other Friday Art-every other Friday Music Program through Music Center-Schedule TBA
First Grade Standards Please visit www.cde.ca.gov to view standards for English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Visual and Performing Arts and Physical Education.www.cde.ca.gov See packet for standards
Attendance, tardies and dismissal School starts promptly at 8:45 Drop off is from 8:20-8:40 on the blacktop. Please encourage your child to use the restroom at this time and to bring a book or sight word flashcards to review. All notes for absences and tardies should go to the office School dismisses at 3:15 and students will be dismissed by me on the playground on #16 Please help your child remember to say goodbye to me with a “high 5” when you pick him or her up
Classroom Expectations Classroom rules I will be kind I will follow directions I will raise my hand to speak or get up I will keep my hands and feet to myself I will try my best! Rewards and consequences Caring School Community Program and Olweus
Homework Assigned and collected on Wednesday Purple folder should come to school daily Homework in first grade is not independent; support your child in doing homework, but let it be his or her own Reading is a required part of homework and should be recorded on weekly reading log Home Reading Program-Goal is 500 pages a month
Birthday and Party Policy District “no sweets” policy Other ideas: donate a class book, game or art supplies, read to the class, give individual, non- edible treat (pencil, stickers etc) We will have two parties, one before Winter Break and one at the end of the year which is our First Grade Picnic
Conferences and Report Cards December 10 th -December 18 th but I may contact you sooner to discuss your child’s progress 3 report cards given (December, March, June)
Ways to Help Volunteering in the classroom: -must complete a volunteer application including a tb test and fingerprinting -Workshop (Tu/Th 10:20-11:50) & Computer Lab (Mon 1:45-2:25) Volunteering for El Rincon -Growing Great Program & SuccessMaker (before and after school) Volunteering at home Donating school and classroom supplies Reinforce learning at home!
You’re Invited to the Parent Prep Party! Wednesday, October 3 rd @ 2:00 p.m. in Room 16 Please come enjoy some refreshments and help prepare 1 st grade materials for the year!
PTA and CCEF El Rincon PTA- please join! Culver City Education Foundation All for 1 Campaign Room Rep: Tiffany (Sydney’s Mom)
Contact Information Tiana Rezac E-mail me at email@example.com@ccusd.org School Phone: (310) 842-4340 Class Website: www.elrincon.ccusd.orgwww.elrincon.ccusd.org Grade Levels>1st Grade>Tiana Rezac Please check often for updates, learning links and our class blog