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  • 3/15/20

    I will try to keep you up to date on what is happening with "distance learning" in our classroom during the next few weeks.

     

    Stay healthy,

    Mrs. Gregus

  • August 2018

    Hi everyone!  

    We are about to get started soon, so I thought you might like to know some of the upcoming special dates and activities for Room 251 in September.

     

    Sept. 4 & 5  Connect and Assess Days (you have scheduled an appointment to meet me, visit the classroom, and bring in your supplies)

    Sept. 10       Picture Day at Sun Path (wear your best smile)

    Sept. 21       First Field Trip/Scott County Soil and Water Conservation  (details will arrive in your red folder)

     

    Parents and Guardians, you will be seeing a 1/2 sheet of goldenrod colored paper come home each week in the red folder.  This is a Weekly Update of what has happened with your child in the past week.  It is an opportunity for the student to share with you something good, something that he/she is proud of, and perhaps something not-so-good (I hope not often).  I will list any late work for the week on this sheet, so that you can have quick feedback on what your child may be missing.  Please send the Weekly Update back to me, signed, on Tuesday, if possible. 

     

    I would also ask that you check your student's planner each day and initial it at the bottom that you have seen it.  I will be checking those daily for adult initials.  

     

    Finally, while I do not require a "reading calendar," each student will have the expectation of reading 4 chapter books at his/her reading level and filling out a book report for it.  This is part of the reading grade.  So... if your student says s/he "doesn't have any homework", they can always be reading their current chapter book (about 20 minutes a night) for enjoyment and to fulfill the reading assignment.  I will encourage students to always bring their chapter book home with them nightly.  They may also be reading a book at school and a different one at home and count each of them.

     

    Looking forward to an amazing school year with your students,

     

    Victoria Gregus

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