Hello Parents! I hope that everyone is having a great week 🙂 I hope that you all can come by tomorrow 8/27/15 to Hendricks Elementary School to our Open House from 6:00-7:30. Come by to see our classroom and to visit with Mrs. Byrd our wonderful Paraprofessional and myself, Ms. Purvine. Allow us to show you, about what being a student at Hendricks Elementary is all about. We love to show our pride!
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Hello parents!!!. Mrs. Byrd and I enjoyed meeting everyone this morning. It was a pleasure getting to meet you and your child, and welcome everyone to the classroom. We cannot wait to start the new 2015-2016 Kindergarten year. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be posting updates, news and information to our class blog, so if you can please check often. I will also be communicating through the remind app, information regarding this app and how to sign up to our class to receive reminders was put inside the Sneak-a-Peek folders. You can also click on the Remind picture icon located on the sidebar on the blog to sign up. Mrs. Byrd and I cannot wait to begin teaching, exploring, and start making everlasting memories with your child. #itsgoodtobeahusky
It’s finally here…….Camp Discovery! Our amazing Kindergarten Camp that our wonderful Kindergarten teachers have been working so hard on, is here! This camp will have STEAM focused activities with hands on technology integrated everyday, while exploring outside and making fabulous discoveries. We cannot wait to meet all of our great campers tomorrow and get started on these next two amazing weeks! If you have any questions in regards to Camp Discovery, please visit Hendricks Elementary’s schools website.
Hope to see everyone there!!!
Get started on learning and practicing your sight words! These sight words that we will be learning are broken down by month not to overwhelm you or your student. Practice fun ways to help your child learn his or her sight words. You can write the sight words on index cards and place them around the house. As you call out the word, have your child go and find the correct word, SIGHT WORD SCAVENGER HUNT!!!