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Hear Ye Hear Ye! The News of 1st Grade:

Teachers Notes:

Good Morning and Welcome back to another amazing year! I am so excited to have your student in my class this year! Coming home today will be a form for picture day. There is a form for individual pictures and one for a class picture. Picture day is Monday September 18th! I will send a reminder email on the Sunday before. Please make sure to go check out some pictures at the bottom of the newsletter from the last few weeks. If you have any questions or concerns please email me. Thank you and I hope that you have a wonderful day.

Important Dates:

  • September 6 - No School Mass, Moved to Friday

  • September 8 – Grandparents Day, Mass, 1:45 (WEAR REGULAR UNIFORM)

  • September 12 – School Council Meeting, 6:30 p.m.

  • September 14 - Trash Bag Sales End

  • September 18 - Picture Day (In Uniforms)

  • September 22 - Trash Bag Pick-up

  • September 25 - No School

  • September 29 - Dental Screenings


The only homework is for your student to read at least 10 minutes each day.


In reading this week we will be discussing what we can see in a neighborhood. Our high-frequency words that we will be working with this week are do, the, like, we, and one. Our genre focus this week is Realistic Fiction.


In Math this week we will be working on writing addition sentences from 6-9. For example: 3+3=6 and such.


In Religion this week we will be talking about how we gather to celebrate mass. Our Saint this week is Saint John Neumann. Born in 1811 and died in 1860. John Neumann, born in Bohemia, came to America and became a priest. He was first sent to strengthen the faith of German immigrants near Buffalo, New York. He later became a Redemptorist priest, and before long was ordained a bishop to serve in Philadelphia. While there, 98 Catholic schools and 80 new churches were built. His feast day is January 5th.


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