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    *Welcome to Ms. Gregg's First Grade* 

    Although last year was very different from years past, I look forward to helping your child grow and thrive, and make the most of this year. Thank you for all your patience and support as we navigate this together!

     

    POWERSCHOOL

    To stay updated on grades, please make sure you are signed up for PowerSchool. This can only be done through Mrs. Rita McGee at the front office. Access to PowerSchool allows you to see your child's assignments, grades, missing work, midterms, and report cards. You can also set it up to notify you with specific information as it occurs (failing grades, missing work, being marked absent, etc)

     

    Here is a link to our 1st grade Discipline Plan: 1st Grade Discipline Plan

     

    Here is a link to our Family-Student-Teacher Compact: Family-Student-Teacher Compact

     

    Here is a link to our K-4 Student Handbook: Student Handbook

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Our Daily Schedule

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    Time

    Subject

    8:00-8:49

    ELA Block (Science/SS are integrated)

    8:49-9:38

    Related Arts

    9:38-11:10

    ELA Block (Science/SS are integrated)

    11:10-11:35

    Lunch

    11:35-12:00

    ELA Block (Science/SS are integrated)

    12:00-1:40

    Math

    1:40-1:55

    Educational Break

    1:55-2:11

    Read Aloud

    2:11-3:00

    Extended Learning

Related Arts Schedule

  • Monday: Music    Tuesday: Library/Guidance     Wednesday: Art     Thursday: PE    Friday: PE

West View School Pride

  • West View is a Schoolwide Title I School. Mission Statement In a rapidly changing world, our mission at West View School is to provide all students with the tools needed to achieve their maximum potential academically and socially. Vision Statement West View School aims to provide, in partnership with parents, a quality education so that all pupils are able to reach their full potential within a caring, secure environment. Beliefs All children can learn. Individual student needs are met through diverse methods of planning, instruction, and assessment. Learning is a shared responsibility between students, teachers, parents, & community members. Self-discipline and responsibility help children achieve academic success. Every child deserves a safe and secure environment, which is conducive to learning.