Welcome Parents and Students!
Happy March....Spring Break is underway and I hope that everyone has a great week off.
Students, your Math and Reading STARR tests are only 3 weeks away. You should be reading every night, studying your Math facts, and logging on to Think Through Math if possible.
Parents, upon returning to school from Spring Break, the kids will be working on Math STAR Baggies (answering word problems). Donations are still be accepted for this program. Also, remember to write a letter to child with words of encouragement. I will give them these letters the day of testing.
Phone: 210-397-1490 X3116 Email: click here to email Conference Time: 8:35-9:20
I understand that your child comes to me with unique experiences, interests and learning styles. My goal this year is to truly get to know your child so that I can use this to guide, support, and motivate him/her to do their very best this year. I also value parent involvement at every level and encourage you to partner with me to give your child the most powerful and joyous experience possible.
Be Polite, Be Productive, Be Prepared, Be Punctual
7:35 Pick up students from Gym
7:45-8:00 Morning Announcements
8:00-8:30 STAAR (enrichment in Reading)
9:30-10:30 Science (Teacher: Mrs. Martin)
10:30-11:30 Reading (Teacher: Mrs. Martin)
11:35-12:35 Math Review
1:35-2:10 Math (lesson)
2:10-2:35 Social Studies or Language Arts
2:35-2:45 Student Agenda-HW written down/Clean-Up/ Line up
Day 1/3/5 P.E (tennis shoes must be worn) Day 2:Art Day 4:Music Day 6:Computer
*Behavior Folders: Will be sent home Friday's for Parent Signature (all went well during the week)/ Will be sent home daily (if student broke a class/school rule, parent signature required)
*Student Planner: Will be sent home daily with a list of homework assignments/tests/quizzes. Mrs. Salazar will stamp it daily. Parents must sign daily.
Newsletters: Will be sent home every two weeks, with pertinent information regarding Mrs. Salazar's and Mrs. Martin's class. Watch out for them!
Homework : Your child will have homework nightly. It will reflect the skills and concepts being covered. If the homework appears to be too difficult, know your child can attend before school tutoring.
Reading: Your child must be reading nightly a minimum of 20 min.
Snacks: Students are allowed to bring healthy snacks and a water bottle to class.