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  • 1. Mrs. Pearce’sKindergarten Class
    Welcome!
  • 2. Welcome to Kindergarten!
    Please sign in.
    Find your child’s cubby. There is an envelope for you and a special treat for your child.
    Please complete the forms inside the envelope as indicated and return to me by Friday.
  • 3. All About Me
    My background
    I grew up Wakulla County.
    I am a graduate of Wakulla High School, Tallahassee Community College and Florida State University.
    My experience
    I’ve been teaching for 8 years.
    I also taught at Wakulla Prekindergarten.
    I love teaching Kindergarten!
  • 4. My Family
    My husband
    Bobby (Principal at Medart Elementary)
    My children
    daughter, Becca (student at WHS)
    son, Tucker (student at WMS)
    Our pets
    dog, Sophie
    dog, Jenny
  • 5. My Goals
    To provide a safe, nurturing, fun classroom environment.
    To give your child the academic and social skills that they will need to progress to the 1st grade.
    To help your child make new friends.
    To inspire your child to love learning!
  • 6. Class Subjects
    Your child will receive grades for:
    Reading and Language Arts
    Math
    Science
    Social Studies
    Penmanship (Handwriting)
    Work Habits
    Citizenship
  • 7. Classroom Community
    Our classroom is a community. In our community, we have rules to help us get along with each other and be safe.
    Our class rules are:
    I can …always follow directions. 
    I can …keep my hands, feet and other objects to myself.
    I can …use small voices inside and walking feet wherever I go.
    I can …take care of my things & keep my classroom neat & clean.
    I can....... use caring words, work together, get along,& respect others.
  • 8. Homework
    Your child will have a developmentally appropriate homework activity each week.
    Homework activities are designed to do TOGETHER with your child.
    Your homework packet is sent home on Friday morning and is due the next Thursday.
    A small completion grade is given when homework is returned.
  • 9. Attendance
    School starts at 8:50 A.M.
    If your child is not in the classroom by the time the second bell rings, check in at the school office before coming to class.
    If your child will be absent please contact me or the front office to let us know.
    Send in a note or email to me on the day your child returns that briefly explains the absence.
  • 10. Field Trips
    Field trips are planned as funds are available.
    Examples of field trips we have taken in the past are:
    Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science (Junior Museum)
    St. Marks Wildlife Refuge
    Florida Capitol
    Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory
  • 11. Classroom Parties
    We will have five parties during the school year.
    Fall Fun Party (October)
    Winter Holidays Party (December)
    Valentines Day Party (February)
    Mother’s Day Tea (May)
    Summer Birthdays (May)
    Except for the Mother’s Day Tea, you will be assigned to bring goodies for one party. You are always welcome to attend every party, however!
  • 12. Communication
    There are several ways that I will keep in contact with you to provide information during the school year:
    PAWS book (goes home daily)
    Newsletter (goes home every Friday)
    School website (updated weekly)
    Classroom blog
    Email list serve messages
    Parent conferences
  • 13. Kindergarten Parent Night
    Make plans to attend our Parent Night on Thursday, August 26th at 6:00pm.
    Our Kindergarten teaching team will be available to answer your questions about curriculum, grades, parent conferences, and developmentally appropriate Kindergarten practices.
    Childcare will be available.
  • 14. Let’s Have a Great Year!

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