• Teachers:

    Peggy Desautels

    Katherine Ford

    Lisa Nuckolls

    Mahra Whitelock

    April Vargas

     

  • Expectations for First Graders:

    First grade students are expected to show POWER in all areas of the school.

    P- Polite

    O- On task

    W- Wise

    E- Encouraging

    R- Responsible

  • Grading Scale

    Level 1: Significantly below or not meeting grade level expectations

    Level 2: Making growth toward grade level expectations. Inconsistently meets grade level expectations.

    Level 3: Consistently meets grade level expectations.

    Level 4: Consistently EXCEEDS grade level expectations and is working a grade level above.

  • To help your child prepare for first grade, over the summer you should:

    * READ books (to them, with them, try to read on their own)

    * Practice COUNTING forwards and backwards, skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s)

    * Practice using tally marks

    * Visit a Library and apply for a library card

    * Practice correct handwriting, top to bottom with correct spacing

    * Start keeping a diary/journal (for fun)

     

    As a first grader, you can expect your child to learn:

    READING

    * Ask/answer questions about key details

    * Retell stories with details, main idea, characters, setting, events

    * Written retells (mclass question stems as a resource)

    * Working with syllables & sounds in words

    * Short & long vowels

    WRITING

    * Narrative writing

    * Informative Writing (How To, use transitional words)

    * Opinion Writing (State an opinion and provide reasons)

    * Mechanics (capitalization, punctuation, spacing, handwriting)

    * Handwriting (penmanship,letter formation, lower and upper case letters)

    * Writing 8 complete sentences by the end of 1st grade.

    MATH

    * Tens and ones

    * Place value

    * Counting to 120

    * Ten frames

    * Number order and comparing with < = >

    * Adding and subtracting mentally by tens

    * Addition and subtraction facts within 20

    * Adding 2 digit numbers within 100

    * Non-standard measurement

    * Data and graphs

    * Time to the hour and half hour(digital and analog)

    * 2D and 3D shapes and properties

    * Dividing shapes into equal shares

    * Story problems

    * Equal equations

    SCIENCE

    * Animal Habitats

    * Moon & Moon Phases

    * Force & Motion

    * Plants & their needs

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    * Rules & Citizenship in home, school, community

    * Diverse customs/traditions

    * Holidays/celebrations

    * Geography (maps/globes)

    * Humans interactions with their environment

    * Economics (needs, wants, supply/demand)

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  • Supply List

    * box of 24 crayons

    * box of washable markers

    * pack of #2 pencils

    * glue sticks

    * 2 boxes of tissues

    * pencil pouch/zippered or box

    * book bag/back pack (no wheels)

    * hand sanitizer (Purell/Dial/GermX)

    * 3-ring binders (1")

    * 1 box zip-lock bags (quart/gallon)

    * 2 solid colored 2-pocket folders

    * 2 composition notebooks

    * 2 spiral bound notebooks

    * pack of dry erase markers

  • Field Trips

    * Patterson Farms

    * Pete the Cat Play

    * Lazy 5 Ranch