Next Monday your child will see and experience a little bit of what life was like in the 1800's, through a program put on by Connor Prairie.  
    On Wednesday, we will have a little "Thanksgiving Feast" of cornbread, applesauce, and popcorn. We will do this at the end of the day. 
    If you haven't signed up for the Remind App please consider doing so. It is a great way for me to communicate and send things to you. 
                                                Weekly Skills 
    *Essential Question: What changes do we see in the world around us?

    *Introduce new H. F. Words: of, no, who, under, eat
    *H.F. review words: two, run, move, jump

    *Spelling Pattern: Words that end with nd and nt

    *Grammar: Nouns and verbs

    *Comprehension: main topic and key details

    *Fluency: Sound Spelling and Automaticity

    *Math: using the number rack
    If your child does not know how to tie his/her shoes, please begin teaching him/her. :-) Thank you! 

     Our Daily Schedule

    8:50 Arrival

    9:00 Number Corner

    9:30 Reading Block begins

    11:25 Specials

    12:15 LUNCH

    12:50 RECESS

    1:20 RtI 

    1:40 Math

    2:55 Social Science

    3:15 Fill out Communication page, Pass out homework/Pack up/Dismissal 


    Message from Dr. Hoernemann: 


    First Community Engagement Session-Big Success! 


    Thanks to all those who attended Community Engagement Session #1 on Monday evening and to those who watched at home or have viewed the recording. If you missed it and wish to see the recording, click here. We have also posted the PowerPoint presentation which you can find here.  


    The next session will be held on Monday, Nov. 27 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Avon Middle School South (Door 28). Although we will briefly review some of the material from the first presentation, we will also delve into some of the issues the audience spoke about.  It is important to emphasize the fact that no decisions have been made about next steps. Indeed the Board and administration welcomes input from all stakeholders about your priorities. One gentleman asked what the price tag is to do all that we want (address class size, caseloads, competitive pay, restore and/or expand curricular, extra-curricular and athletic opportunities and many other topics that emerged.) We cannot answer that question without gaining a great deal more input/perspective from all. There will be multiple opportunities over the next couple months to get engaged.


    We are grateful for the support shown to date and look forward to further conversation.









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