skip to main content

Newsletter of the Week

about 1 year ago

December 10-14, 2018

Language Arts

 

*Our new sight words that we will focus on will be “with”, “he”, & “are”.

 

*We will work on blending all letter sounds to read three letter words.

 

*We have been doing a great job reading our little books.  These books contain sight words that children should be able to say without sounding out, since some of these sight words cannot be sounded out.  These books also contain what we call “blending words”.  These words we say each letter sound, to then blend sounds together to say the word.

 

*We will continue to learn how to Kid Write.  When students kid write, the goal is to have students listen for sounds in words, and write the letters.  I will write adult writing underneath students’ writing.   We will use sight words with our kid writing.  We will also do our best to remember a period, exclamation point, or question mark at the end of sentences.  Finally, we will try to remember to use a finger space in between words.

 

*Please see below if you did not read this in last week’s newsletter.

*I will not be writing the specials schedule on the monthly calendars until after the wintery weather ends.  Please refer to the acronym CAMPS-Computers, Art, Music, Physical Education/Gym, S.T.E.M. for the rotation.  I will also list the specials every week on the newsletter, but please remember if we are not in school due to weather the special class that was supposed to take place on that day will be held the next day we are back in school.


Important Information

 

*December 18-Polar Express Day.  Students may wear their pajamas.

 

*December 21 will be a half day.  Lunches will be served.  Students will be dismissed at 11:47.   (Christmas Party-feel free to send in a snack/treat for the class, please no peanut products due to allergies).

 

*School will be closed December 24-January 1.  School will open on January 2nd.

 

Specials

 

Specials for Kasen, Mason, Chase, Amelia D., and Scarlett

Monday- Computers            Music

Tuesday- Art                         Gym

Wednesday- Music              S.T.E.M.

Thursday- Gym                     Computers

Friday- S.T.E.M.                    Art

 

 

Math-We will learn:

 

-to explore, recognize, and describe shapes and their attributes by touch

-to group ourselves according to our favorite colors and create a graph to represent and analyze the results

-use calculators to practice reading and recording numbers to represent objects

-mentally compose and decompose numbers and relate quantities to 5 and 10 ten frames to develop fact strategies



December 3-7, 2018


Language Arts

 

*We will learn the letters “Qu, qu” and “Z, z”.  We will learn to print “Qu, qu” and “Zz” correctly on a line.  We will be practicing remembering the sounds for the letters “qu” and “Zz” by saying “Qu-queen-/qu/ and “z-zebra-/z/.”

*Our new sight words that we will focus on will be “my”, “not”, and “do”.

 

*Before Christmas, we will have a test on Unit 3.  The test will cover the following material:

-story comprehension

-story elements-character, setting, events

-listening for /i/ in the middle, /n/ at the end, and /c/ in the beginning of words

-sight words

 

Specials    Specials for Kasen, Mason,      Chase, Amelia D., and Scarlett

Monday-Computers    Music

Tuesday-Art                  GYm

Wednesday-Music      S.T.E.M.

Thursday-Gym            Computers

Friday-S.T.E.M.            Art


Important Information

*Wednesday, Dec. 5th will be the Santa Workshop-Lil’ Shopper’s Shoppe.  A paper went home Thursday you can refer to.

 

*Book Order is due Wednesday, Dec. 5th.

 

*I will not be writing the specials schedule on the monthly calendars until after the wintery weather ends.  Please refer to the acronym CAMPS-Computers, Art, Music, Physical Education/Gym, S.T.E.M. for the rotation.  I will also list the specials every week on the newsletter, but please remember if we are not in school due to weather the special class that was supposed to take place on that day will be held the next day we are back in school.

 

Math              

 

*We are counting to 50 for the month of December.  We have also begun to count by 10’s.  So far we have learned to count to 50 by 10’s.  I will be assessing counting to 50 by 1’s and 10’s before Christmas Vacation.

 

We will:

-Practice number writing and other numeration skills and establish routines for working with slates

-Classify and sort attribute blocks by shape and size and then count and compare the blocks in each group


November 12-30, 2018


Lan

November 12-30, 2018

guage Arts

 

 *We will focus on the sight words “in”, “one”, “two”, and “you”.

 

*We will learn the letters “Vv” and “Ww”.

 

Specials

 

November 12-16

*Specials for Mason, Kasen, Scarlett, Amelia D., & Chase

Monday-no school                   

Tuesday-Computers                  Music

Wednesday-Art                         Gym

Thursday-Music                         S.T.E.M.

Friday-Gym                               Computers

 

November 19-23

Monday-S.T.E.M.                      Art

Tuesday-Computers                  Music

Wednesday-Art                         Gym

Thursday-no school

Friday-no school

 

November 26-December 30

Monday-no school

Tuesday-Music                          S.T.E.M.

Wednesday-Gym                       Computers

Thursday-S.T.E.M.                     Art

Friday-Computers                      Music


Math

 

In the next few weeks we will:

-use positional language to follow and give directions for an obstacle course

-create matching representations for a number between 5 and 10

-practice numeral recognition, counting, and one-to-one correspondence as we play a game

-represent how successive numbers refer to quantities that are one larger in various ways

-use number cards to practice numeral recognition, sequencing numbers, and matching sets and numerals

-roll dice and record rolls to practice counting and number writing and to explore probability informally

-play a game to practice number recognition and explore number relationships (greater, less)

              

*We are counting to 40 for the month of November.  We have also begun to count by 10’s.  So far we have learned to count to 50 by 10’s.

 

Important Information

 

*No school on Monday, Nov. 12th.

 

*Wednesday, November 21st is a half day.  There will be no school on Thursday, Friday, and Monday (November 26), due to the Thanksgiving holiday.  School will resume on Tuesday, November 27.


October 29-November 2,  2018


Language Arts

 

* We will learn the sounds for the letters “Jj”, and “Pp”.  We will learn to print “j” and “p” correctly on a line.

*We will focus on new sight words “to”, “and”, and “go”.

 

 

Math

 

*We will:

-use a ten frame to explore number pairs that add to 10

-participate in a cooperative movement activity to deepen their understanding of shapes

-write and represent numbers as they begin to make individual number books

-compare and describe objects of varying lengths

 

*We are counting to 40 for the month of November.


Important Information

 

*If you are sending anything in for Halloween, just wanted to let you know we have 21 kids now.  J

 

*Thank you so much for sending in snacks for Mrs. Pauley’s last day party!  Thank you also for donating towards her gift.  I got her a gift card to Starbucks and a frame.  In the frame, I put a picture of a tree.  I had each student write their name in one of the leaves.  Mrs. Pauley loved the gift!  The students also loved helping to make the gift!

 

*Please remember to wear orange “Cougars Are Buddies Not Bullies” t-shirt every Monday.

 

*Halloween Party will be on Wednesday, October 31st.  Parade will be at the football stadium at 8:50.  Students will be dismissed at 11:47.  Please be sure to label all costume pieces with child’s name.  Lunches will be served.  Please send your child with their backpack. 

 

*Book Orders are due Monday, Oct. 29th.

 

*Please send your child with a snack and drink every day.  We do have a morning snack and small afternoon snack every day.

 

*If you have not sent in money and permission slip for our trip to the movies yet please do so by Friday, November 9th.

 

*We will be celebrating the 50th Day of school on Tuesday, Nov. 6th.  Please refer to the note sent home today.


October 15-October 19, 2018


Language Arts

 

* We will learn the sounds for the letters “Dd” and “Ss”.  We will learn to print “Dd” and “Ss” correctly on a line.

*Sight Word Test will be on Friday, October 26th.  Please continue to practice recognition of sight words: so, blue, yellow, red, the, I, can, we, see, a, like.

 

Math

 

*We will:

 -sort and classify objects in different ways

-compare, analyze, and discuss a variety of sorted collections

-examine, describe, and compare circles and create a circle collage

-compose and decompose numbers in various ways on a ten frame and informally explore addition and subtraction

 

*We are counting to 30 for the month of October.


Important Information

 

*Mrs. Pauley’s last day will be Friday, Oct. 19th.  Please refer to note sent home on Thursday, Oct. 11th for more information. J

 

*Wednesday, Oct. 17 students can dress down.  $1.00 donation towards Jenny’s Kloset.

 

*Thursday, Oct. 18, “Pink Day”, in honor of Breast Cancer month.  Students can wear pink.

 

*We had a Fire Prevention Presentation!  The firemen from Peckville firehouse came to teach us all about fire prevention and safety. J


September 10-14, 2018

 

*We will continue to identify upper and lowercase letters.  This will be assessed at the end of September.

*We are almost done learning about rhyming.  Students will be assessed on identification and production of rhyming words at the end of September. J

 

*We will continue and finish up learning the letters “t”, “b”, and “f”.  (recognition, sound, and formation) 

*Next, we will begin to learn the sounds for the letters “Mm” and “Nn”.  We will learn to print “Nn” and “Mm” correctly on a line.  Our next sight word will be “The, the”.

 

* We will continue reviewing colors and learning to recognize color words.

 

 

* We have begun our Everyday Math Lessons.  We have learned about comparing sizes, shapes/pattern blocks, counting (one-to-one correspondence), and searching for numbers in our surroundings.  We will continue to learn numbers 0-5.  We will make sets, print, and count with numbers 0-5. 

*We are counting to 20 for the month of September.  At the end of the month I will assess the students. 

 

The students had a great first two weeks of Kindergarten!  I have begun sending home behavior calendars.  Please be sure to sign them and send back to school the next day.

 

 

*Please remind your child if you sent them an extra drink from home for after recess.  This will help to promote them to drink their drink from home instead of from the hallway water fountain which is shared amongst the school.  Classroom water fountain is currently not working. J

* Please be sure to label all coats, sweaters, and sweatshirts.

*Thank you so much for all the classroom donations!!!  It is greatly appreciated!!!



September 3rd-7th, 2018

Important News

 

If you did not sign up and would like to sign up for the Remind Messages from me, please see below-(you do not need to download app)

Text - @mrsrodio

To - 81010

 

There will be no school on Monday, September 3nd, due to the Labor Day holiday. 

 

Book Order is due on Tuesday, September 4th.  Please send in your check and order form or order online if you would like to order.  Thank you!  J

 

The students no longer need to wear their bus/name tags.

 

On Fridays, students can show their Cougar Pride by wearing Valley View jerseys along with their school dress code attire.  Go Cougars!

 

The students had a great first week of Kindergarten!  I am so proud of them!

 

Math

 

We will begin our Everyday Math lessons.  We will begin to learn about comparing sizes, shapes/patterns, and numbers 0-5. 

 

We will also be counting to 20 for the month.

Language Arts

 

A list of sight words has been sent home and is in students’ folders.  Please review at home.

 

We have started rhyming.  We will continue into next week as well.  We will listen for and identify rhyming words.  We will also come up with some of our own rhyming words such as log and frog or tree and bee. 

 

We will also begin to identify and match upper and lowercase letters

 

We are reviewing colors.  We are currently working on the colors red and yellow. 

 

Specials

*Tuesday-Music

*Wednesday-P.E.

*Thursday-S.T.E.M.

*Friday-Computers

 

Specials for Kasen, Chase, Amelia D., Mason, & Scarlett

*Tuesday-S.T.E.M.

*Wednesday-Computers

*Thursday-Art

*Friday-Music





May 15th-19th, 2017


Important News

 

*Yesterday, the students brought home a little book in their Mother’s Day envelopes/folders.  The book is titled “My Mom”.  I forgot to include a paper that goes with the little book “My Mom”.  The students have the paper in their folders today.  Please look for it.  It says “Dear Children” at the top of it.  When you have time, please read the little book to your child and have them fill out the paper.  I hope you have fun doing this!

 

*Thank you so much for all the teacher appreciation gifts this week.  Your generosity has been amazing!  I appreciate all you have done for me this week!!!  J

 

*Our Kindergarten Graduation will be Wednesday, May 31st at 9:30 in the Elementary Center gym.  All family members and friends are welcome.  If you will be taking your child with you after, please sign your child out at the front desk and tell me as well.  Thank you!*  Also, your child can wear their Sunday best!  School uniforms are not needed this day.

 

Field Trip

 

* We had a wonderful time at the movies this past Monday.  Students were very well behaved.  Be proud!

 

 

Math

*I will be assessing students on addition and subtraction on Tuesday, May 30th.  I will be checking to see if they can use manipulatives to represent and correctly solve addition and subtraction sentences within 10.

 

*I will be assessing students on counting to 100 by 1’s and 10’s.

 

 

Specials

Monday-Library

Tuesday-Art

Wednesday-Music

Thursday-Gym

Friday-Library


May 8-12, 2017



Math

 

*This week, we will count to 100 by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s.   

 

*This week we will learn:

-to play a game using shape and positional language

-to play a game with number cards to gain fluency with subtraction

-to identify and use addition and subtraction rules

-to explore measurable attributes of backpacks

 

Language Arts

 

*Students have been doing a great job with their reading.  We have been challenging ourselves to get ready for first grade.  We will continue to challenge ourselves with reading and kidwriting!!!

 

*I checked the students on sight words.  They did great!  I will send those reports home next week.


Specials

Monday-Gym

Tuesday-Library

Wednesday-Art

Thursday-Music

Friday-Gym


Important Information

 

*We celebrated Cinco de Mayo today.  Our lesson was dancing the Mexican Hat Dance, tasting some tortilla chips and salsa, and learning some Spanish words!  The kids did great!

 

*We will be going to the movies on Monday.  When we return we will have regular lunch.  We will have pizza for an afternoon snack.  Please send in a drink for your child.  Your child can wear comfortable clothes for the trip.

 

*Our Kindergarten Graduation for my class and Mrs. Kotcho’s class will be on Wednesday, May 31 at 9:30.  It will be in the Elementary Center’s gym.  Students will still have regular kindergarten class until the last day/report card day which will be in June.


May 1st-5th, 2017


Specials

Monday-Music

Tuesday-Gym

Wednesday-Library

Thursday-Art

Friday-Music


Important Information

 

* Book order will be due Monday, May 1st.

 

*Please return Field Trip permission slip as soon as possible.  We are very excited!

 

*We will learn about and celebrate Cinco de Mayo on May 5th.

 

*I will send home a new reading log for May.  You can take out April and put in May for Monday.


Math

 

*This week, we will count to 100 by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s.   

 

*This week we will learn:

-to solve number stories with calculators

-to compare numbers and place them in order from smallest to largest

-play a game with number cards to gain fluency with addition

-learn about function machines and use them to practice addition and subtraction problems

 

Language Arts

 

*Please continue to practice Quarter 4 words-here, me, this, too, what, help, play, has, where, look, who, good, does, come, make, find.

 

*Sight Word Test will be on Friday May 5th.

 

*We will continue to read in our little books.  Students have been doing great!  We will also continue to Kid Write!  J


April 3rd – 7th, 2017



Specials

 

Monday-Gym

Tuesday-Library

Wednesday-Art

Thursday-Music

Friday-Gym


Important Information

 

*Papers to sign up for conferences were sent home Thursday.  All the night conference slots have been booked.  Please know if you cannot attend a conference during the day, we can try to arrange a phone conference during the day of conferences. 

 

*Please return any payments or unwanted pictures from Spring Photos if you have not done so yet.

 

 

*Please return March Daily Reading Log to school by Monday.  I am sending home April Daily Reading Log today.  You may switch out and put in the April Log.

 

 

Language Arts

 

*The new sight words “play,” “has,” & “where” will be introduced this week.

 

*We will begin to learn about long vowels.  We will learn “silent e”.  When we see a word with “e” at the end, we will say the long vowel sound (long vowels say their name).  (Examples-rake, cone, bike, duke)  We will also learn when we see 2 e’s in a word the e’s say the long vowel sound. (Examples-feet, bee, peek, and weed)

 

*We have been focusing on Capitalizing the first word in a sentence, using finger spaces when writing, capitalizing the pronoun “I”, and using punctuation at the end of a sentence.




March 27th-31st, 2017


Language Arts

 

*The new sight words “what,” “help,” & “too” will be introduced this week.

 

*We will continue to read our little books.  These books focus on sight words and blending words(decodable words).  We also discuss title, characters, setting, problem, solution, beginning, middle, and end.

 

 

 

Important Information

 

*Please return any Pennies for Patients money to school by Friday. J

 

*Please return any payments or unwanted pictures from Spring Photos if you have not done so yet.



Specials

Monday-Music

Tuesday-Gym          

Wednesday-Library

Thursday-Art

Friday-Music



 Math

 

*I will be assessing the students on counting to 80 by 1’s, 10’s, & 5’s.  Please practice at home.  J  Thank you!

 

*This week we will learn to

- decompose numbers in multiple ways

-create and solve number stories and represent them with pictures and mathematical symbols

-use a growing collection of objects to count and to record data

-play a game to develop fluency with addition facts within 5

-ask questions about attributes to identify and describe a mystery block


 Math

 

*We will be counting to 90 by 1’s, 5’s, & 10’s for the month of April.

 

*This week we will

-use our sense of touch to recognize, describe, and analyze 3-dimensional shapes and their attributes

 

-model 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes

 

 

*We will review addition sentences.  Students will then be assessed on adding fluently within 5.  Students will also be assessed on composing and decomposing numbers 10-19 into ten and additional ones.

 

*Students have been doing a great job with addition facts within 5.  (Examples: 0+5=5, 1+1=2, 2+1=3, 3+2=5)




March 20th – 24th, 2017


Specials

 

Monday-Art

Tuesday-Music        

Wednesday-Gym

Thursday-Library

Friday-Art


Language Arts

 

*We will continue to practice new sight words “here, me, with”.

 

*We will continue to read our little books.  These books focus on sight words and blending words(decodable words).  We also discuss title, characters, setting, problem, solution, beginning, middle, and end.

 

 

 

Important Information

 

*Please return any Pennies for Patients money to school by Friday, March 31st. J

 

 

*I want to say how proud I am of the students.  I have begun testing them for their report cards’, and they are doing great!  I know and can tell you are working at home!  Thank you for your help and support at home!!!  J



 Math

 

*I will be assessing the students on counting to 80 by 1’s, 10’s, & 5’s.  Please practice at home.  J  Thank you!

 

*Due to snow days, we will complete math lessons that we did not get to last week.

 

*More Information

 

*Book order is due on Friday, March 24th.

 

*Bunny pictures will be Wednesday, March 22nd.

 

*Change in lunch menu-

Tuesday-chicken patty/meatball sub

Wednesday-tacos/hot ham & cheese

Thursday & Friday-regular menu




March 6th – 10th, 2017


Specials

Monday-Library

Tuesday-Art

Wednesday-Music

Thursday-Gym

Friday-Library


Important Information

 

*Information was sent home about “Pennies for Patients”.  If you would like, you can send in donations until March 31st.

 

*We will have a class picture taken with the “Easter Bunny” on Wednesday, March 15.  If you would like to purchase a picture, more information will be sent home soon.  On this day, students can wear a spring top and girls can wear a spring dress.

 

 

Language Arts

 

 

*The students did a great job on their sight word test!!!  New sight word list and flashcards will be sent home next week.

 

 

*We will be focusing on story comprehension.  We will read our little books.  After reading our books, we will answer comprehension questions and match sentences to pictures.


 Math

 

*We will be counting to 80 for the month of March.  We will count by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s.  Counting by 5’s is the most challenging for students.  Please practice at home.    Thank you

 

*This week we will learn:

-to add and subtract on a walk-on number line

-to add the dots on dominoes, match the totals to written numerals, and record the addition number sentence

-to use a double ten frames to count and compare sets of 10-19 objects

-to play a game to practice identifying 2-dimensional representations of 3-dimensional objects

-to count on by 1’s and count by 10’s on calculators








February 27th-March 3rd, 2017

Important Information

 

*Book Order-Due Friday, March 3.

 

*Please return February Daily Reading Logs to school on Wednesday, March 1st.  

Language Arts

 

*I will be assessing the students next week on the following sight words: they, of, want, little, she, was, big, for, have, up, down, funny, run, jump, three, & away.

 

*A new Sight Word Poem Packet will be going home in the next two weeks.  Please read poems with your child.  This is a great way to practice sight word recognition within text.  Also you may use it to do weekend reading homework to log on Reading Log.  J

 

*We will practice the digraph “ck”.  We will listen for the /ck/ sounds in words such as: duck, sock, clock, truck

 

*In the next few weeks, little books your child will be bringing home for homework may be sight word recognition books.  They are longer in text than past books we have read.  It is ok if your child needs some assistance reading these books.  They are practice for recognizing our sight words.

 Math

 

*We will be counting to 80 for the month of March.  We will count by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s.  Counting by 5’s is the most challenging for students.  Please practice at home.  J  Thank you

 

*This week in Math we will learn:

-to model subtraction concretely and symbolically through a game

-to describe, analyze, and compare measurable and geometric attributes through a game

-to play a game to practice finding combinations that add to 10

-to practice addition and subtraction in a game

-to model number stories with equations


Specials

Monday-Gym

Tuesday-Library

Wednesday-Art

Thursday-Music

Friday-Gym


September 15 to 19 2014

09/11/2014
09/22/2014
September 15 to 19 2014


Sept 22 to 26

09/19/2014
09/28/2014
Sept 22 to 26


September 29 to October 3

09/26/2014
10/05/2014
Sept 29 to Oct 3

October 6 to 10 2014

10/10/2014
10/19/2014
October 13 to 17 2014


October 13 to 17 2014

10/10/2014
10/19/2014
October 13 to 17 2014


October 20 to 24 2014

10/16/2014
10/27/2014
October 20 to 24 2014


October 27 to 31 2014

10/24/2014
11/03/2014
Oct 27 to 31


November 3 to 7 2014

10/28/2014
11/10/2014
Nov 3 to 7


November 10 to 14 2014

11/06/2014
11/17/2014
Nov 10 to 14 2014


November 17 to 21 2014

11/11/2014
11/24/2014
Nov 17 to 21 2014

Nov 24 to 26 2014

11/20/2014
11/30/2014
Nov 24 to 26 2014


December 19 to 23 2014

12/11/2014
01/05/2015
Dec 12 to 23


January 12 to 16 2015

01/08/2015
01/19/2015
Jan 12 to 16 2015


Jan 19 to 23 2015

01/16/2015
01/26/2015
Jan 19 to 23 2015


January 26 to 30 2015

01/23/2015
02/02/2015
Jan 26 to 30 2015


Feb 2 to 6 2015

02/02/2015
02/09/2015
Feb 2 to 6 2015


Feb 9 to 13 2015

02/05/2015
02/16/2015
Feb 9 to 13 2015


Feb 16 to 20 2015

02/13/2015
02/23/2015
Feb 16  to 20 2015


Feb 23 to 27 2015

02/20/2015
03/02/2015
Feb 23 to 27 2015


Feb 2 to 6 2015

02/02/2015
02/09/2015
Feb 2 to 6 2015


March 9 to 13 2015

03/06/2015
03/16/2015
March 9 to 13 2015


March 16 to 20 2015

03/16/2015
03/23/2015
Mar 16 to 20 2015


Mar 23 to 27 2015

03/23/2015
03/30/2015
Mar 23 to 27 2015


March 30 to April 10

03/27/2015
04/10/2015
Mar 30-April 10


April 13 to 17 2015

04/10/2015
04/20/2015
Apr 13 to 17 2015


April 20 to 24 2015

04/16/2015
04/27/2015
April 20 to 24 2015


April 27 to May 1 2015

04/24/2015
05/11/2015
April 27 to May 1 2015


May 4 to 8 2015

04/29/2015
05/11/2015
May 4 to 8 2015


May 11 to 15 2015

05/07/2015
05/18/2015
May 11 to 15 2015


May 18 to 22 2015

05/12/2015
05/25/2015
May 18 to 22 2015


May 25 to 29 2015

05/21/2015
06/01/2015
May 25 to 29 2015


June 1 to 12 2015

05/28/2015
06/12/2015
June 1 to 12 2015


Sept 14 to 18

09/11/2015
09/21/2015

September 14 to 18

 

Sept 28 to Oct 2 2015

09/24/2015
09/24/2015

Sept 28 to Oct 2


Sept 21 to 25

09/16/2015
09/28/2015

Sept 21 to 25


Oct 5 to 9 2015

10/01/2015
10/12/2015

Oct 5 to 9

 

Oct 12 to 16 2015

10/09/2015
10/19/2015

Oct 12 to 16 2015


oct 19 to 23

10/20/2015
10/26/2015

oct 19 to 23


Oct 26 to 30

10/23/2015
11/02/2015

oct 26 to 30


Nov 2 to 6 2015

Date Assigned: 10/28/2015

Date Due: 11/09/2015

Nov 2 to 6 2015

 

Nov 9 to 13 2015

11/05/2015
11/16/2015

Nov 9 to 13

 

Nov 16 to 20 2015

11/17/2015
11/23/2015

Nov 16 to 20 2015

 

Nov 23 to Dec 4

11/19/2015
12/07/2015

Nov 23 to Dec 4

 

Dec 7 to 11 2015

12/01/2015
12/14/2015

Dec 7 to 11 2015

 

Dec 14 to 23 2015

Date Assigned: 12/10/2015

Date Due: 01/04/2016

Dec 14 to 23 2015

 

Jan 11 to 15

01/08/2016
01/18/2016

Jan 11 to 15

 

Jan 25 to 29

01/22/2016
02/01/2016

Jan 25 to 29


Feb 1 to 5 2016

01/29/2016
02/08/2016

Feb 1 to 5

 

Feb 8 to 12 2016

02/04/2016
02/15/2016

Feb 8 to 11


Feb 16 to 19

02/10/2016
02/22/2016

Feb 16 19

 

Feb 22 to 26

02/18/2016
02/29/2016

Feb 22 to 26

 

Feb 29 to Mar 4

02/26/2016
03/07/2016

Feb 29 to Mar 4


March 7 to 11

03/04/2016
03/14/2016

March 7-11

 

March 14 to 18

03/11/2016
03/21/2016

March 14 to 18

 

March 21 to April 1

03/18/2016
04/04/2016

March 21 to April 1

 

April 11 to 15 2016

04/08/2016
04/08/2016

April 11 to 15 2016

 

April 4 to 8 2016

03/31/2016
04/11/2016

April 4 to 8 2016


April 25 to 29 2016

04/21/2016
04/21/2016

April 25 to 29


April 18 to 22

04/15/2016
04/25/2016

April 18 to 22

 

 

Welcome
Welcome
Hello! My name is Alison Doll-Rodio. I teach Kindergarten at Valley View Elementary Center.