Your child will be bringing their folder home and back to school every day in their backpack.
** Please remember to check your child's folder every night for important information, as well as your child's work. Many due dates are missed if folders are not checked everyday!
** Please remove and keep papers at home in the left pocket labeled "Left at School."
** The right pocket labeled "Right Back to School" are papers that are to be returned to school.
** The only things that should be kept inside the folder are important papers to return to school, lunch money and parent/teacher communication sheet. Student work will be sent home each Friday.
Many children are confused as to what is their snack and what is their home lunch. Because we have a late lunch, some are eating
their lunch as snack and if this occurs, your child will be given and charged a
school lunch during lunch time. Please make every effort to...
Please LABEL your child’s snack and lunch with their name and if it is “snack
or lunch.” Snacks may be placed in a
plastic zip lock bag or brown lunch bag and labeling these bags is very
have a late lunch this year and it is very important that your child eats breakfast
and brings in a healthy snack every day. Our snack time is from 10:30-11:00.
Please provide and limit your child with 1 healthy snack and water every
day (NO cookies, cupcakes or candy). Also
pack the necessary utensils, such as forks and spoons.
lunch time is from 1:16 to 1:46. Please
review the menu each day and discuss the choices with your child. If you are sending lunch money to school, please
put your child’s lunch money in an envelope clearly marked with your child's
name and the amount of money enclosed.
The lunch money envelope is to be put in your child’s home/school folder
on the “Right back to school” side.
Money in children’s pockets and backpacks can be overlooked and lost.
As a teacher and a parent, we know that communication between school and home is
hugely important to a child’s success in school. When teachers and parents
share information openly and frequently, they are more likely to trust and work
with each other to support the child’s learning.
Together, we would like for
us to build a strong line of communication where we will work together on providing
a positive learning and discipline issues.