fABulous in first

Welcome to first grade! You will be amazed at just how much your child will grow this year. Most likely, your child has had the seeds of reading and writing planted, and during first grade those seeds will grow and blossom, making your child an accomplished reader and writer! You will see changes in your child’s thinking as they become familiar with abstract concepts and symbols. The change will be dramatic -- just compare a tiny seed with a full-grown sunflower. That’s the kind of growth you’ll see this year!

Can you believe how fast this year has gone by? We have loved working with your students and will miss them so much as we move into summer break. Before we let them go, we have a few more important things to wrap up. Testing days for the end of the year are quickly approaching. These assessments help us track how much your student has grown and better prepare for their instruction in the upcoming Fall. Eiber will have testing days on May 13th & 14th. During these two days, children will attend only during their assigned time. Testing will take about 30 minutes to complete. Due to Covid protocols, parents will not be allowed in the building at this time.

Please click here to sign up for the time that will work best for you and your family.

Remote Schedule

At home learning expectations:

  • Only use my device for learning and school work

  • Have a learning space for school work

  • Store my device in a safe place

  • Charge my device in a safe place outside of my bedroom

  • Complete all my assignments Monday-Friday

Daily IN-Person Schedule

Student drop off starts at 8:25 am. Only students are allowed to enter the building at this time.
All students are welcome to pick-up a free breakfast on their way to class.

Students MUST wear a mask and perform a brief screening each day.

Pick up for students begins at 3:35 pm with students riding the bus boarding at 3:40.

We ask that your students bring their Chromebook, charger and headphones every day as they are an important tool for our learning. Please help them to find a safe place to charge it after school, so it is ready to go in the morning.

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Helping Your Child bloom

The loveliest flowers usually have the best gardener -- and that’s you! Staying involved in your child’s education is the key to a successful year. Engage your child in conversation about their day. Look for moments to read with your child--just a few minutes each day. Have fun finding numbers in the world, group them, ungroup them, what is 10 more or 10 less, play with numbers to build number sense. Most importantly support them by getting them to school ready to learn each day.