Last modified Jan 15

Homeroom

  • 1st Grade
I have enjoyed teaching at Notre Dame. This school is such a special place because there is a close partnership between teachers and families. The families are so involved and supportive of their children’s education. When I'm not teaching and in my spare time, some of my favorite activities are gardening with my husband, going to farmer's markets, running, and spending time with my baby boy.
Ronni Ledvina

Week of January 15-18, 2018

News

A Sneak Peek at Our Week

We had fun last week cooperating and following directions to make our creative snowmen!

 

Tuesdays are Spirit Days.  Students may wear their Notre Dame spirit shirt with uniform pants.

Library is on Wednesdays.  Please help your First Grader remember to bring back his/her library book on Wednesdays.

Our theme for the school year is:
S.M.I.L.E. ~ See Miracles In Life Everyday

 

Homework

Homework in First Grade consists of Math worksheets, Independent Reading Books, Sight words, and Spelling.

Math worksheets will be coming home on almost a daily basis.  Please have your child complete the homework with the designated Homework Helper.  Your child should return the completed math homework to school the next school day.

Independent Reading Books will be sent home with your child in a Ziploc bag.  Please take the time to listen to your child read the IRB, ask comprehension questions, and fill out the enclosed sheet with your signature and comments. When your child brings the book and signed comment sheet back to school, he/she will receive another book to take home.

Sight words will be sent home for your child to practice.  Once your child can read all of the words in the set, he/she will receive a new set of words.  There are 11 sets in all.

Spelling lists will be sent home on Fridays.  Spelling tests will usually be on the following Friday.  Practice writing and spelling the words.

 

**Together with your child, please check his/her take home folder daily for homework, forms, and completed/checked work. Return completed homework and necessary forms to school the next day in your child’s take home folder.  Reviewing the completed/checked work is a great way to talk with your child about what he/she is learning at school.

Learning Links

Spelling City

Math Addition Activities

Math Subtraction Activities

Reminders

Click “A Sneak Peek At Our Week” (above) for details of upcoming events!

Wish List

Thanks for your generous donations!