Mar 27

Covid-19 Resource

ReachOut’s whole-school approach to student wellbeing. This resource was shared to our staff from our school social worker.

Mar 24

Spirit Week & Updates

Yay for spirit week!

Yesterday (Monday) we had our staff “wave parade” to kick off spirit week wearing our McDonald gear! You can find the link to the video on Class DOJO. McDonald Wave Parade:

Tuesday: Pajama Day! – go to one of our read aloud websites and listen to a story or two in your PJ with your favorite stuffed animal, or a family member.

Wednesday: What are you reading? Take a picture of a book you’re reading and send it to me through DOJO

Thursday– Throwback Thursday! Post a baby picture

Friday– Family FUN day! Take a picture of you and your family doing something fun.

Mrs. Farhat has posted another great Enrichment activity to do at home as well. You can find this on her blog:

Keep up the amazing work and remember to check in on DOJO daily for links and video I am posting to help walk you through the steps for some new assignments. Every day I have been posting one or more short assignments on Reading Eggs as well as MobyMax. Make sure to log into CLEVER each day. 🙂

Also, subscribe to Mrs. Bondys iBlog:

Mar 20

Friday 3-20-20 Information

Good Morning everyone! We made it to Friday! A big shout out to everyone trying new things this week and working together to do the best we can with this new situation we find ourselves in! You are all doing amazing and I want to thank you for your dedication. I will continue to be available to your questions all day.

Please continue to check class DOJO for daily lessons, activities, and instructions.

Mrs. Bondy will also be posting to her iBLOG.

Jan 13

Class Dojo

The majority of communication will take place through the Class Dojo app due to convenience. Our classroom blog has a number or great things also:

  • Educational websites listed
  • ELA and Math videos
  • Specials schedule
  • Information about myself
  • School Calendars
  • Lego League information
Jan 22

Cold and Flu Season!


With the change of season, I want to share with you helpful guidelines to know when you should keep your children home from school.  The following documents were sent to us from our school nurse.

Please Please, do not send your child to school with a fever or with the use of medication to reduce a fever.  If your child has a fever the night before or is sent home in the middle of the day from school with a fever, they must be without a fever for 24 hours before returning back to school.

The document below is in both English and Arabic. Click the image to enlarge.


*I have been trying  my best to clean the materials that we use each day!  If you could donate any disinfecting wipes to help keep our classroom germ free, we would greatly appreciate it!

Thank you!

Mar 17


EEKK (Elbow to Elbow Knee to Knee)

Reading with a friend is also called Read to Someone from Daily Five.

“Reading with someone helps readers, especially developing readers, increase areas of comprehension, accuracy, and fluency.  It also increases reading involvement, attention and collaboration.”