February 4-8

Learning Objectives:

Language Arts-Plot (Beginning, Middle, End)

Math-Fractions

Social Studies-contributions of Maggie L. Walker & Arthur R. Ashe, Jr. (influential people in the history of Virginia)

Important Dates:

Thursday, February 7th Parent/Teacher Conferences 3-6:30PM (sign-up genius link)

Monday, February 11 Report Card Distribution

Thursday, February 21st Multicultural Museum Night 6:30-7:30PM                                          Please plan to drop off your first grader between 6-6:10 outside of the cafeteria. They will come to our classroom and parents will go to the gym. Please keep their coat with you since they will not be returning to the room after the performance. We will come to the gym and sing and then you will pick up your student from our designated spot in the gym. After that, you may tour the cafeteria together and view the multicultural projects. Students are asked to wear their class t-shirt (ours is red) and jeans for the performance. A form is coming home to let us know if you will be attending; please sign and return by 2/18. We look forward to a great event!

Wednesday, March 20th Flying Squirrels “Go Nuts for Reading” Bookmark Due              The Richmond Flying Squirrels are pleased to announce that the Flying Squirrels Reading Program, “Go Nuts for Reading!” is back for its tenth season! This year’s program, which will run through Wednesday, March 20th 2019, is open to all CTES to participate! After reading 8 books and signing your child’s bookmark, your child will receive a FREE baseball voucher to the 6:35 pm April 18th baseball game. It will be a fun-filled night, beginning with a school parade around the diamond and ending with (fingers crossed) a win for our Flying Squirrels!! Look for more information in the Cub Chronicle and lets “play ball!”

 

About awdavidson

I am so excited to be teaching 1st grade at Colonial Trail! This is my 15th year teaching. I transferred from Hanover County to Henrico County. I have 2 daughters and my husband is also a teacher.
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