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Kristin Wang

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Daily Schedule

08/16/21

Schedule 2021-2022

 

MONDAY

 

8:00-8:30 Check-in (Morning work/grammar)

8:35-9:35 Math

9:35-9:50 Recess

9:50-11:20 Reading

11:20-12:25 Social Studies

12:25-1:00 Lunch/Recess

1:00-2:15 Writing

2:15 Dismissal

 

TUESDAY

 

8:00-8:30 Check-in (Morning work/grammar)

8:35-9:35 Math

9:35-9:50 Recess

9:50-11:20 Reading

11:20-12:25 Social Studies

12:25-1:00 Lunch/Recess

1:00-1:20 AR (Silent leveled reading)

1:20-2:15 P.E.

2:15 Dismissal

 

WEDNESDAY

 

8:00-8:30 Check-in (Morning work/grammar)

8:35-9:35 Math

9:35-9:50 Recess

9:50-11:05 Science

11:05-11:55 Reading

11:55-12:15 Lunch

12:15 Dismissal

 

THURSDAY


8:00-8:30 Check-in (Morning work/grammar)

8:35-9:35 Math

9:35-9:50 Recess

9:50-11:20 Reading

11:20-12:25 Social Studies

12:25-1:00 Lunch/Recess

1:00-1:20 AR

1:20-2:15 P.E.

2:15 Dismissal

 

FRIDAY

 

8:00-8:30 Check-in (Morning work/grammar)

8:35-9:35 Math

9:35-9:50 Recess

9:50-11:05 Science

11:05-12:25 Language Arts

11:20-12:25 Social Studies

12:25-1:00 Lunch/Recess

1:00-1:20 AR

1:20-2:15 News Quiz/What’s in the News?

2:15 Dismissal


Homework

08/16/21

Dear Room 23 Families,

 

It is an honor to work with you this year!  I have a virtual classroom posted on our Google Classroom.  Please feel free to visit with your kiddos!  

 

We will start our nightly reading homework once the library is up and running. If students are rearing to go, we have many great AR books in our classroom library.  Thanks to the many staff and families that made this possible!

 

We will take the STAR test and set new AR goals after September 7, when the program is accessible.  It's awesome that so many kiddos are rearing to go!  Woo hoo!

 

For the first two weeks, students will have math homework Monday-Thursday and will be expected to prepare a news story to share with the class on Fridays.  I am asking students to know the story well enough to summarize it, give an opinion, and field student questions.  Stories can be found on television, on the web, or in newspapers.     

 

We are working pretty hard in school, so I am trying to keep homework to a minimum.  

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!  This will be a great year!

 

Kindest Regards,

 

Kristin Wang


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