Weekly Updates

A few updates for this week!!

Spelling words for the week are based on long/short u sound.  The words are: cut, cute, tube, jump, cub, chute, dump, shut, huge, and hug.  Thank you for getting in the permission slips so timely-I can’t wait for our field trip!  I will send out information about the Halloween party/costume parade early next week!!  The school store is tomorrow-most items are 1.00 and can we bought at lunchtime.  Halloween Bingo for Books is from 6-7 tonight (Tuesday, October 17) in the cafeteria.  Tomorrow is a late start day-students come in at 9:35 tomorrow morning!  So enjoy a little extra sleep-in tomorrow morning!

Have a great night!!

Mrs. Polidori

Field trip Information

Good evening!

Thank you so much for being so consistent with sending the reading group homework back and forth as well as the owl folders!  Everyone is doing a great job!  Our spelling words for this week all have short/long 0 sound.  They are: fox, lock, pop, poke, cone, alone, stone, frog, rope, and phone.  

We have a half-day this Friday, October 13.  Dismissal is at 11:45.

Field trip information came home today.  We are going to the Rainforest Cafe and the Sealife Aquarium on Monday, October 30.  We are limited to 8 chaperones per class-so if you are interested in being a chaperone, please let me know on the permission slip.  Chaperones are asked to drive out to Great Lake Crossing, you are able to take your own child, but children without their parent with them are unable to go with you.  Also, your background check needs to be up to date in the office.  The student cost for this field trip is 15.00.  This includes 3 pieces of pizza, drink, fries, and an ice cream sandwich at the Rainforest Cafe and admittance into the aquarium.   Chaperones may order any item they would like to-your price only includes the aquarium.  Chaperones are 10.00.

If you are unable to chaperone this field trip, I will make every effort to be sure that you are considered for the next trip:-)

Thanks so much for all that you do and stay warm on this soggy night!!

Mrs. P.

Tuesday Updates

Good Evening!

Yeah!!  We had our first strategy group meetings today!!  Your child should have a book bag, notebook and a book to read tonight at their DRA level.  I will set up a routine schedule to meet with students.  Today, I just wanted to get everyone their own reading bag and book.  Here are the spelling words for the week.  They are long/short i words: did, pick, hike, mix, pipe, inch, kind, lined, itch, and pine.  I will be passing back the math tests tomorrow in the owl folder.  Also, we have our second grade parent meeting tomorrow at 4pm in Mrs. Kowalski’s room.  (Room 31).  Children are welcomed, but we will ask them to sit in the hallway and read or play a game.  Thanks for all that you do and hope to see you tomorrow!!

Mrs. P.

Lots happening tomorrow-(9/29)

Good Afternoon!

We have a busy day tomorrow.  First it is picture day:-).  Our students will probably be taking pictures sometime in the morning.  We also have library tomorrow so be sure to send their library books back to school.  Spelling list 3 test is tomorrow as well!  I sent home a study guide for Unit 1 in the planners-our math test is not until Monday but I wanted the class to have plenty of time to review and study for the test!  Finally, a note came home tonight about the second grade parent meeting which is next Wednesday, October 4 at 4pm in Mrs. Kowalski’s room.

Have a wonderful Thursday!!

Mrs. P.

Happy Friday!

Good Afternoon!

We have survived the very warm week in Room 27!  Great work has been returned in the red homework folder-please return this folder empty on Monday along with the Owl Folder, planner and spelling test book!  We will be NWEA testing in Math on Monday, and I hope to finish DRA’s next week and begin our strategy group meetings.  Happy birthday to William and a happy weekend to all!  Fall feels more like July this year!

Have a nice weekend!

Mrs. P. 🙂

Open House/NWEA testing

Good Afternoon!

It was great to see everyone last night at Open House!  It’s always fun to see the families of my students.  We are going to begin NWEA testing next week on Monday, September 18.  The testing will begin in the afternoon right after lunch.  I will send an updated specials schedule on Monday-we do not have gym at this point on Monday.  I will get that information home and on the blog Monday afternoon.  Enjoy the beautiful weather and have a wonderful weekend!

Mrs. P. 🙂

Welcome to Room 27!!

Good afternoon!

Welcome to Room 27! I am so excited to have met your wonderful children and get the first full week of school started!!  Thank you for  returning the emergency information.  I have sent home our first list of spelling words-please have your child practice their words and complete the spelling tic-tac-toe activities and return this on Friday, September 16.  Our spelling words for this week are the short a and short i sound including dolch words.  The words are:  has, sat, will, fix, him, three, pretty, must, under and some.  Have a wonderful evening!!

Mrs. P. 🙂

Field Day Information

Good Afternoon!

I hope everyone is enjoying the lovely weather!!  Here is some information concerning field day-weather permitting!!

Have a wonderful weekend!  11 school days to do until Summer Vacation!

Mrs. P.

Dear Parents and Guardians,

To help us celebrate another fantastic school year, we will be having Field Day on Monday, June 5, 2017.  For this Field Day event students will work through stations with their class to develop skills they have learned in physical education and have tons of fun!  The schedule for the event is as follows:

 

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grades

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM All School Picnic

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM 3rd, 4th and 5th Grades

 

On June 5, students need to wear clothes that will allow them to be physically active outside, including tennis shoes.  They need to bring a water bottle.  There will be a station to refill bottles if needed.  Students are highly encouraged to bring a bagged lunch to enjoy at the all school picnic.  They are welcome to bring a towel or blanket to sit on as well.  Students will be able to purchase school lunch if necessary.

We are looking for one parent from each classroom to donate a treat for the entire class to enjoy after their session.  Please contact your child’s classroom teacher if you are interested in providing a treat.

Lastly, we need 15 parent volunteers for both sessions to help run stations.  If you are interested in volunteering, fill out the lower portion and return it to Mr. Peecher.  Please, contact Mr. Peecher with any questions.

Thanks!  The PBIS/Field Day Committee  peeches@dearbornschools.org

 

*We will only be able to accommodate students & parent volunteers for this event.

 Field Day Volunteer Form

___  Yes! I would like to volunteer to help with a field day station.

___ Morning Session (K-2nd Grades) Please arrive for the morning session by 8:45 AM

___ Afternoon Session (3rd-5th Grades) Please arrive for the afternoon session by 12:30 PM

___Yes, I can provide a treat for the entire class.

Volunteer Name: __________________________________________________________

PBIS Celebration and Clean-Up Parade

Here are some updates and times for the Clean-up parade and Field Day!

The Clean-Up parade is Monday, May 22 at 1:30 with a short presentation after the parade.  We will basically leave from Coburn Street and walk around the block.  Mr. Short has a map on the school website.

Field Day Information is coming home today.  Please look for it in your child’s folder tonight.  Here is the information as well.  The math test has been postponed until tomorrow since it is such a busy day!!

Dear Parents and Guardians,

To help us celebrate another fantastic school year, we will be having Field Day on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.  For this Field Day event students will work through stations with their class to develop skills they have learned in physical education and have tons of fun!  The schedule for the event is as follows:

 

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grades

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM All School Picnic

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM 3rd, 4th and 5th Grades

 

On May 24, students need to wear clothes that will allow them to be physically active outside, including tennis shoes.  They need to bring a water bottle.  There will be a station to refill bottles if needed.  Students are highly encouraged to bring a bagged lunch to enjoy at the all school picnic.  They are welcome to bring a towel or blanket to sit on as well.  Students will be able to purchase school lunch if necessary.

We are looking for one parent from each classroom to donate a treat for the entire class to enjoy after their session.  Please contact your child’s classroom teacher if you are interested in providing a treat.

Lastly, we need 15 parent volunteers for both sessions to help run stations.  If you are interested in volunteering, fill out the lower portion and return it to Mr. Peecher.  Please, contact Mr. Peecher with any questions.

Thanks!  The PBIS/Field Day Committee  peeches@dearbornschools.org

 

*We will only be able to accommodate students & parent volunteers for this event.

 Field Day Volunteer Form

___  Yes! I would like to volunteer to help with a field day station.

___ Morning Session (K-2nd Grades) Please arrive for the morning session by 8:45 AM

___ Afternoon Session (3rd-5th Grades) Please arrive for the afternoon session by 12:30 PM

___Yes, I can provide a treat for the entire class.

Volunteer Name: __________________________________________________________

NWEA testing

Good Afternoon!

It’s a nice sunny day!!  We are NWEA testing through tomorrow.  I will send home results by the end of the week!  Our spelling words for this week are suffix endings with er, est, and ed.  Our words are: bigger, biggest, liked, liking, talked, talking, fastest, faster, looked, looking, watched, watching, hearing, signed, and signing.  Bonus words are: punctuation and appreciation.  

Have a wonderful start to the week!!

Mrs. P. 🙂