Classroom & Grade Level

Classroom Schedule 2017 - 2018

Daily Schedule

8:45-9:15: Morning Work
9:15-9:45: Word Work
9:45-10:25: Writing
10:25-11:05:  Specials
Monday - Gym
Tuesday - Library
Wednesday - Art
Thursday - Music
Friday - World Language
11:05-11:25 - Snack
11:25-12:25 - Reading 
12:25-1:00 - RTI
1:00-2:00 - Lunch then Recess
2:00 - 3:15 - Math
3:15 - Get ready for dismissal
Every other Friday - Book buddies with Mrs. Roberge's 1st grade students @ 2:45!
Science/Social Studies are integrated into all subjects and are also done on non-rti days

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Classroom Updates

***If you click on any of the pictures, they will enlarge and rotate so you can get a better view!

Welcome Parents and Family!  Below this brief introduction, you will have the opportunity to check in periodically throughout the year to view pictures and descriptions as the year progresses.  The pictures give a quick snapshot of what your child is doing in school.  As always, email or call if you ever have any questions or suggestions of what type of content you'd like to see on our classroom website.  Enjoy!

Homework Expectations:
Students are expected to write down their homework daily in class during our morning work time.  Every night students are to:
1) Read a minimum of 20 minutes,
2) Log their reading,
3) Word work (the activity they do at home is the same one we do in class that day)
Mr. Raymond will check homework daily at school.

Cutting out words for word work!

Team exercise.  This activity is called Chocolate Lava.  It is meant to bring together the students in a way that encourages communication, teamwork, and cooperation!
Saving Sam.  This was activity that we did in small groups.  Students had to save Sam the worm by putting his life jacket (gummy lifesaver) around Sam (gummy worm).  The cup was the boat, the paperclips were the oars.  Students could only touch the oars to complete this challenge.
Sometimes it's good be serious...and sometimes it's good to be funny!!!