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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

First Grade - Mrs. Cofer

Classroom News

A Wild and Crazy week in First Grade

This week in first grade we will not have a new spelling word list.

Thursday we will practice our Spring Sing concert in the afternoon and we look forward to the performance that night at 7 pm. Students are asked to dress in their "Sunday Best," no jeans please, and arrive by 6:45.

Friday is our annual PTC fundraiser...The Jog A Long. Please check the school website calendar for other details about this week's events. We have Mass as usual on Wednesday.

In Language Arts we will review sound spellings _ey as in donkey and ear as in search in addition to all long vowel sounds. We will have our end of unit assessment on Thursday. 

In Math we will add two digit numbers when the sum of the ones is larger than ten. We will have Math homework on Tuesday and Wednesday but not on Thursday because we have the concert.

We will have a book report due on or before Friday. 

 
Read 20 minutes every day

Students need to read each night outloud to an adult for 20 minutes. This practice is so important to your student's reading success. All students need practice reading for a strong finish to first grade. Thank you.

 

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Math

Lesson 26 homework due on Wednesday.

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Math

Lesson 27 homework due on Thursday.

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Book Reports due on or before Friday

Please complete the book report each week and turn...

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Grade: 1st Grade Homeroom

Education: Bachelors of Arts in Communication/English, emphasis Journalism. Master of Arts in Technical Writing. Boise State University

Favorite Bible Verse: I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.  Philippians 4:13

I am honored to have the opportunity to teach first graders at St. Nicholas School. I have been blessed by this school community in so many ways and feel so privileged and blessed to share in the growth of our students.