Mrs. Mendoza's 1st Grade Class
Math, Science & Social Studies
Tiger of the Month!
Congratulations Lauren Ramos for winning Tiger of the month for September!
ASCW Student Council Nominations!
Congratulations Juliette Rock for winning the ASCW Student Council!
Hispanic Heritage is almost here!
Please sign up using the link below if you are interested in donating or volunteering!
Our assigned country for 1st grade is "CUBA"
Scholastic Book Fair Now Open!
During the week of September 23rd you will have the opportunity to purchase books at our "Artic Adventure Scholastic Book Fair!".
During this week, your child will be taking the I-ready AP1 Diagnostic. You will find helpful links below that will provide great information about I-ready.
BEFORE A HURRICANE:
- Have a disaster plan.
- Have a pet plan. Before a storm threatens, contact your veterinarian or local humane society for information on preparing your pets for an emergency.
- Board up windows.
- Bring in outdoor objects that could blow away.
- Make sure you know which county or parish you live in.
- Know where all the evacuation routes are.
- Prepare a disaster supplies kit for your home and car. Have enough food and water for at least 3 days. Include a first aid kit, canned food and a can opener, bottled water, battery-operated radio, flashlight, protective clothing and written instructions on how to turn off electricity, gas, and water.
- Have a NOAA weather radio handy with plenty of batteries, so you can listen to storm advisories.
- Have some cash handy. Following a hurricane, banks and ATMs may be temporarily closed.
- Make sure your car is filled with gasoline.
DURING A HURRICANE:
- Stay away from low-lying and flood prone areas.
- Always stay indoors during a hurricane, because strong winds will blow things around.
- Leave mobile homes and to go to a shelter.
- If your home isn’t on higher ground, go to a shelter.
- If emergency managers say to evacuate, then do so immediately.
AFTER A HURRICANE:
- Stay indoors until it is safe to come out.
- Check for injured or trapped people, without putting yourself in danger.
- Watch out for flooding which can happen after a hurricane.
- Do not attempt to drive in flooding water.
- Stay away from standing water. It may be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines.
- Don’t drink tap water until officials say its safe to do so.
Welcome back to a wonderful year full of learning! Enjoy each day and know that you are surrounded by support. Try your best in everything you do, stay positive, have fun, and keep smiling!
You’ll do great!