Monthly Archives: April 2012

Miss Byrd’s class

Miss Byrd’s class

Dear Friends,

I really enjoyed working with you today. During our lesson we talked about the things we can do to help stay focused on the SOL’s. I mentioned TV being one thing that isn’t recommended during the school week but if you were going to watch TV what should you be doing first? How much time a day is TOO much TV? Were you listening and paying attention? We’ll see and correct answers will be in the running for a prize!!

Mrs. R

Mrs. Richardson’s Class

Mrs. Richardson’s Class

Dear Friends,

I really enjoyed working with you today and I hope that I was able to help you understand that passing your SOL’s takes more than just what you’ve learned in your brain! There are a lot of other factors that we discussed. Please reply with a comment with one thing that you learned today. I’ll see you all next Monday!
Mrs. R.

Hello Mrs. Heflebower’s Class!

Hello Mrs. Heflebower’s Class!

I saw Mrs. Heflebower on Friday evening and she is super excited to come back and see how much you have learned in her absence. She’ll be back next Monday. I am so glad I got to visit you today and I would like for you to comment with one thing that you learned today. Were you paying attention? Remember, sometimes I’ll be randomly selecting students who post a comment to earn a prize. Will that be you?!?!

Today’s lesson focused on all the study habits that we have that DO affect our SOL scores. No one wants to be “the child left behind.” You all did a great job with class participation, raising your hand, listening attentively, and following directions! Great job!!
Mrs. R

SOL Prep!!

SOL Prep!!

Hi Friends!

In the next few weeks I’ll be visiting each one of your classes (grades 2-5) to go over some very important information about how to prepare for the SOL’s. Studying is important but there are a lot of things to think about and do before SOL’s begin. I look forward to joining your class for a 30 minute lesson each week!!