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What We Are Learning:

Reading

*How to read informational text, determine the main idea, and find supporting details

*Ask and answer questions

Phonics:

*How to read glued sounds 

*Read sight words in a snap

Writing

*Revise and edit writing 

*Produce writing with an introduction, reasons, and a conclusion

Math

*Use a variety of strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems 

 Grade 1 Reading Benchmarks for  

 FEBRUARY

1=D or below    2=E/F

3=G/H                4=J or above

     Class1-125           
Ms. Rodriguez      

Hello Parents/Guardians,

Please ensure that your child reads at home daily.  Book buddies should be brought home daily and returned to school each day).  Please be sure to check your child's homework folder and Communication materials daily for homework assignments and other important information

If you would like to contact me please send a note with your child and have him/her deliver it to me. You may also schedule an appointment to meet with me. You can call 718-652-3461 and leave a message for me.

You may also speak with me on Tuesdays
2:20- 2:50 pm

Educationally yours,

Ms. Rodriguez

Teacher-Class 1-125

Believe and Achieve



*ATTENTION: 2/5/19-SCHOOL CLOSED- LUNAR NEW YEAR

2/18-2/22-SCHOOL CLOSED-MID-WINTER BREAK

Breakfast begins at 7:15 am

School begins at 8:00 am

Children are marked late if they arrive after 8:06 am!

Dismissal is at 2:20 am

*Our class has Gym on Mondays and Wednesdays.

*Read on MYON and Raz-kids

*Please assist your child in completing and submitting the weekly homework packet.
Research has consistently shown that parental involvement in a child's learning is a key factor in that child's achievement in school. 

  • Homework reinforces skills and concepts learned in class, teaches students to work independently and to develop self-discipline.
  • Homework encourages students to take initiative and responsibility for completing tasks.