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Mrs. Troyer's First-Grade Website
We will have one more book order for the school year. Remember...you may
purchase books at any time. See the link below.
8:22 Morning Work
8:45 Reading Workshop / Daily 5 / Cafe
10:15 Teacher / Student Read Aloud
10:30 Word Work
10:45 Writing Mini Lesson
11:00 Writers' Workshop
11:30 Lunch / Recess
12:15 Teacher Read Aloud
12:30 Related Arts
1:55 Math / Science / Social Studies
2:45 Read to Self (Independent Reading) Guest
3:00 Finish Work / Pack up
Related Arts Schedule:
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Communication Between Home and
In order to
communicate the events in our classroom, your child will be bringing home a
Daily Communication Folder. The purpose of this folder is to share
information as well as to celebrate your child's accomplishments. The left
pocket of the folder will contain items that need to be returned to school.
It may include items such as classroom notes, math homework, and book
orders. The right pocket of the folder will contain your child's work from
that day or week for you to review and keep at home.
This is an excellent opportunity for your child to share what they are
learning in first-grade. Please note any comments written on the
papers. These comments will communicate if your child needs further practice
with a particular skill. If you have any questions about the folder, please
This folder will need to be returned the next school day. Have fun learning
about your child's first grade experience!
Welcome to Room 15!
Wish List Items:
Gently used books
Prizes for the class store and
Elmer's glue sticks
EXPO thin markers
Baby wipes and disinfecting wipes
Foaming hand soap
Card stock and colored copy paper
Skittles, Hershey Kisses, or
Here are the school supplies you will need in first-grade:
school bag to carry
paper home in
small school box for supplies
2 boxes of crayons
(no larger than 24 count)
sharpened No.2 yellow pencils No paper pencils
3 large pink erasers (no
small pencil top ones)
8 glue sticks
1 or 2 large boxes of
1 box of
classic colors markers (8
or 10 count)
4-6 thin dry
folders---- one red, one blue
- no zipper tops---
boys- gallon; girls- quart (optional)
One box of crackers or cereal to share..no peanuts or
tree nuts, please
Periodically I will be asking that the supplies listed
be replenished. Your support and understanding are most appreciated.
make sure your children are being safe on the Internet and you are aware
of their actions. It is awesome if kids are having the time to work on the
Internet at home but please be cautious as to what they are doing and if
they are spending their time wisely on appropriate sites while on the
West Cedar's Home Page
Waverly-Shell Rock's Home Page
Mexican Fiesta 12:30
Heery Woods 11 a.m.
Mar 28-Apr 1 Spring Break – No School
May 24 End 5-8 3rd
May 24 End 4th
Qtr. (47 days)
May 24 End 2nd
Semester (89 days)
May 27 Memorial
Clip art is from Clipart.com School Edition
celebrated at school! Your child is welcome to bring treats for the class
if they would like to.
No peanuts / tree
nuts, as well as all products manufactured in facilities or processed on
equipment where nuts may be used. Thank you for your help and understanding.
We have 21 students in our classroom.
I also ask that birthday invitations not be distributed at school unless
your child has invited the whole class. As discreet as children try to be
with invitations someone always seems to feel left out or have their
feelings hurt because they were not invited to a party. We ask that parents
be sensitive to this and send invitations via the mail.
If your child has a
summer birthday we will celebrate their special day in
the month of May. I will send a note home ahead of time indicating which day
your child's birthday will be celebrated on!
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