Tuesday, January 16, 2018

100th Day Celebration
We will be having an in class celebration on January 25th to commemorate the 100th day of school. Please visit our sign up to help us get ready for our celebration! Thank you for all of your help.


Upcoming Events
Don't forget to check the weekly newsletter or the classroom calendar (located on the left panel of this blog in desktop view) to keep up on the activities and special events that will be happening throughout the semester.

Project Week


The projects were amazing. We loved looking at them and listening to the presentations. Thank you for taking the time to work with your students on their projects. I kept a few of them to display on our bulletin board outside our classroom, but most of them have been sent home.

Monday, December 18, 2017

Project Week

The written portion of Project Week was due Wednesday, Dec. 13th. The 2d/3d portion will be due Monday, Jan. 8th. We will start presenting that Monday as well. Scholars may create a poster, a 3d model or create a diorama of their animals habitat. 

Parent Teacher Conferences

We will be on Winter break starting Dec. 21st thru Jan. 5th. Parent teacher conferences will be held Jan. 4th and 5th. These conferences are mandatory. If you have not signed up yet, please click on the link here.  

Friday, December 1, 2017

Project Week

Project week paper information went out November 21st. Every scholar has an animal to write about. The written part of the project Wednesday, December 13th. The model or poster portion of the paper is due Monday, January 8th.

Book Exchange


Please have your book exchange book wrapped and turned in by December 15th, We will be exchanging books December 20th.


Please check out the Newsletter for more upcoming events. 

Monday, November 6, 2017

Archway Lincoln Concert

Thursday, November 16th

Higley Center for the Performing Arts

K-2nd    5:30-6:15pm
3rd-5th    7-8pm

Kindergarten call time: 4:45pm

1st and 2nd call time: 5pm

Monday, October 23, 2017

Fall Concert

Thursday, November 16th at 5:30 P.M. at the Higley Center For the Performing Arts
Kindergarten students are to arrive at 4:45 P.M.

Dress Code for Concerts:

Girls must wear a white shirt, with a black skirt (knee length or longer)  or black dress slacks, and black dress shoes (black tights if desired).

Boys must wear a white collared, button-down shirt, black slacks, black socks and black dress shoes.

The students will be wearing the same attire for the Spring Concert in April.

Some stores that carry appropriate concert attire:

o     Macy’s
o     JCPenney
o     Sears
o     Kohl’s
o     Target
o     Walmart
o     Lands’ End (landsend.com)
o     Shopstyle.com

Dress-Up Like a Character Day

All kindergarten classes will be dressing-up
and celebrating TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31ST from 8 A.M.-12 P.M.***
Please remember to
·       Have outfits approved (green slip)
·       Send your child to school wearing their costume
·       Do not send in accessories or props
·       Include a uniform, labeled with your child’s      name, in case they want to change in the afternoon (full-day students only)

***Please disregard any school-wide communications that list our kinder celebration at another time or alter the typical schedule.


Read-A-Thon

Keep logging on to whooosreading.org to help us reach our fundraising and reading goal! I am impressed with how much reading is taking place! Our total class minutes read is higher than all of the first grade classes and even higher than two of the second grade classes! I'm impressed with all of the reading that is taking place. Please, if you haven't been logging any reading time it isn't too late to help out! We are currently in second place out of the kindergarten sections. Let's try to raise some more funds and see if we can catch up to Mrs. Bagby's class!



Box Tops


All box tops are due to me by October 26th. Our Liaisons will be working hard to sort, clip, count, and check all of our box tops. Please help her by getting rid of the expired ones before turning them in.

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Scholastic Book Fair

Thank you to everyone who came out for Literacy Night. Our wonderful PSO did an amazing job. Our book fair will continue until the end of this week. If you would like to purchase a book online  please click here. 

Parent Teacher Conferences

Please make sure to sign-up for Parent Teacher Conference. You can find the link below.

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Absences and Missed Work

If you know that your child is going to miss instruction time in the classroom, we appreciate it when you let us know via email. However, it is not always possible for us to compile work that your child will miss. Sometimes this is due to the type of lesson, but sometimes it is due to the time constraints of the day.
If your child’s teacher does compile work for your child, it is purely courtesy, as this is not required by our school policies. If your child’s teacher is unable to compile the work, your child may catch up on the work upon his return to school, with the appropriate deductions made in the case of an unexcused absence. In the case of an excused absence, as many days of grace will be given as there were days of absence.
Please note:
·         Receipt of advance work does not necessarily constitute an excused absence.
·         Excused absences are given for sickness or bereavement and can be granted only by our administrative staff, not teachers.
·         Parents who are volunteering on campus may not come to their child’s classroom to request work in advance of an absence.

For more information about absences and requests for missed work, please refer to our Family Handbook.