This is a take home class mascot. Each week a different student takes Andy home, then writes about their adventures.
Open house slideshow
*Please sign in at my desk and check that your contact
information is not missing and correct.
*Feel free to explore the classroom, and look at your
child’s work, which is displayed at their desk.
*I have a power point presentation that I will begin
School starts at 7:45
If your child arrives to school before 7:45
you may take them to the cafeteria. There
is no supervision in the hallway before 7:45
Tardy bell rings at 7:55
*Graduated from the University of Houston Main Campus
with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (Elementary
Education), specializing in Early Childhood and History
*Taught preschool, 1st
grade, and Kindergarten.
*I am fluent in Spanish and understand a little Hebrew.
*I have two sons, Daniel, an 8 year-old 3rd grader and Kyle
is 6 and in 1st
grade at Horn. My daughter Abby is 1!
Scope and Sequence
• *Reading Street Adoption
• *AIMS: Activities in Math and Science
• *Guided Reading/DRA, Istation
• *Envision Math
Red PTO Folders
*Sent home every Tuesday with
important information concerning
* Monthly Homework sheets
*Returned Wednesday morning.
*Any correspondence can be sent in
Red folder with your child on
*Blue folders will be sent home every Friday.
*Any work that your child completed that week will be
inside the blue folder.
*There will be a conduct folder inside the blue folder that
lets you know how your child was for the week
*Your child will be marked for work habits and conduct.
There is a code for each mark in the folder.
U=9+ checks/note from Principal
*Stanford Test- December
*Naglieri Test: October
You may bring a small treat for the
class to celebrate your child’s
birthday (cupcakes, donuts, cookies,
ect.) No sheet cakes please!
*Please bring the treat during lunch
*Stuffing Red Folders
*Help preparing projects
My email: email@example.com
• I will send a weekly Friday email
• I will send an invitation to our class blog
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