Weekly Call 1/7/18

Weekly Call 1/7/18
Posted on 01/08/2018
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Good Evening TJ Family,

We hope everyone has enjoyed the extended holiday break but it’s now time to come back together for the second half of Our school year. I am so proud of Our teachers for their hard work during the teacher workdays in planning for your child’s success! They have been busy planning for reading, writing, and math instruction as well as remediation plans to practice what we have previously learned. We hope everyone has successfully completed your reading list and are ready to get back into the swing of things. Here is what’s coming up at TJ:

This week we will be completing Our midyear PALS testing. This will give us information to plan for reading groups. 
Your child’s reading level will be shared on their report card and via a parent teacher conference.

LAW lessons begin Thursday, Jan 11th for Our 5th graders. 
This includes 10 lessons from Our school resource officer, Deputy Meador about important topics to help them become better informed citizens.

Report cards will be coming home this Friday. Important information is printed on your child’s envelope. Be sure to sign and return the envelope. 
Information about interpreting the MAP scores for 2nd through 5th grades will also be provided. If you have any questions feel free contact your child’s teacher, Mrs. Reutinger, or myself.

We will host Our mid-year awards assembly on Friday, January 19th. If your child will be receiving an award, you will receive an invitation via your child’s teacher.

Be sure to clear your calendar for Friday, January 19th from 5:00 - 7:00 PM for Our Stars Wars themed Coding Night at TJ! 
Bring the whole family for a night of coding, problem-solving, and other Star Wars fun! 
Feel free to wear your Star Wars attire to school the day of the 9th! (remember no masks or toy weapons)

Parents, due to the extended holidays, we will be reviewing class and school expectations with all students throughout the next couple of weeks. Please help us by reminding your child of your expectations and asking what they learn each day. Reading nightly is important to give students an opportunity to practice what they’ve learned. Cultivating their preference of reading materials is important during these formative years.

Stay warm, and see you bright and early (just 2-hours late for the delay)!

We Believe One Team, One Dream!
Dr. C

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