Mrs. Jarrett's Kindergarten
Welcome friends! Listed below are the ways we will communicate and learn throughout the 2022-23 school year. Don't worry, I will help you every step of the way!
Newsletters: I will send home a weekly newsletter and there will also be a monthly school newsletter.
Website: Each teacher at our school has a classroom website. You can find us by going to www.wcde.org and clicking on West View under the schools tab.
Student email: Your child will have their own email address.
Band app: Sign up to join the Kindergarten Band app. This will be the main way that we can communicate with you on a daily basis. We are looking for 100% participation.
Email: My email is: email@example.com
8:00 School starts ~ Special Classes (M-PE, T-PE, W-Art, TH-Music, F-Guidance & Library)
8:49 ELA ~ Morning Meeting, Small groups, Foundational skills, Shared Read, Phonics, Read Aloud and Task
10:30 ~ Writing Workshop
11:05 - 11:30 ~ Lunch
11:30-12 ~ Read Aloud and Recess
12:00 - 1:22~ Math
1:22 - 2:11 ~ RTI - It's WIN Time!
2:11 -2:25 ~ Read Aloud and Independent Reading
2:25 - 2:50 ~ Science and Social Studies Discovery Centers
2:50 - 3:00 ~ Afternoon Wrap Up, Pack up, and Dismissal
Supplies we use daily and the amount your child needs for the year:
~ 10 glue sticks
~ 1 glue bottle
~ 1 pair of scissors
~ 2-4 packs of 24 count crayons
~ 12 yellow, wood #2 pencils
~ Plastic pencil box
~ Marbled composition book
~ Primary writing journal (drawing space at the top with writing lines below)
~ Regular size backpack
~ 4 3-prong folders (blue, red, yellow, green)
~ Expo black dry erase markers
Optional wish list:
~ Expo Dry Erase Markers
~ Ziploc baggies - any size
~ Erasers (cap or bar)
~ Construction paper
Our Kindergarten Goals - by the end of the year, we can...
~ Read and write CVC words (examples: cat, hen, log)
~ Reading 'just right' books
~ Read high frequency words
~ Orally retell a story listing: character, setting (where and when), events with a beginning, middle, and end; problem and solution
~ Read and interact with science and social studies texts
~ Write first and last name
~ Draw a recognizable picture
~ Write at least two sentences when writing: a journal piece, an informational piece, or a book review
~ Shapes (2D and 3D)
~ Counting, recognizing, and writing zero - 20
~ Comparing 0-20 using the words: more than, fewer than, equal to
~ Orally count to 100
~ Addition and subtraction to ten using counters, word problems, and equations
~ Work together with a group to complete a task at hand.
~ Work independently.