Janet Mullins
Reading Renaissance National Honor Roll

Celebrate with us! Our class made the Reading Renaissance National Honor Roll!  We worked hard and read a lot and answered questions on quizzes. We had to keep our book level up, percentage correct at 90% or above and reach a certain number of points for each session and WE DID IT! Congratulation class. Check us out here:  http://www.renaissance.com/honor-roll/honor-roll-directory/honor_roll_state/oklahoma/

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Classroom Number: Room 6
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580-925-3118 X239
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12:40-1:25 pm

Mrs. Mullins’ Weekly News

August 15, 2016

What We’re Learning

Reading/Phonics/Spelling/Writing:  Read:  Tap! Tap! Tap!, The Pack, and Sam, Come Back!.  Short /ă/ and Final “ck”.  Identifying vowels and consonants.  Interactive Notebook.

Math: Making towers for numbers 1-9; writing the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 7; ordering number 0-9; placing objects on a graph; identifying a circle and a square; and identifying the number of sides and angles on a square.

Life Principle:  Respect

Definition:  Showing or feeling honor

Related Quote:  “I will speak ill of no man and speak the good I know of everybody.” -Benjamin Franklin

Expectation 1:  We will value one another as unique and special individuals.

Lunch Menu

  • Monday – Chicken Fajita Wrap
  • Tuesday – Fish
  • Wednesday – Chicken & Noodles
  • Thursday – Corndog
  • Friday -  Lasagne

Dates to Remember

Sept 5 – No School

Sept 12 – School Board Meeting

Sept 16 – Football Homecoming

Oct 10 – School Board Meeting

Oct 11 – P/T Conference 3-9pm

Oct 12-14 – Fall Break

Classroom News

This week we begin our regular reading lessons. On a five-day week, your child will bring home their hardback reader on Tuesdays and Thursdays to read the main story. They will read the stories on the back of the Homework Sheet Mondays and Wednesdays.

Please have your child read the story to you or another adult or older child.  It is very, very important that they get a chance to read aloud in order to become a proficient reader.

Also, take time to sign the Homework when your child finishes.  You will find the homework sheet in your child’s homework folder.  This should be brought to school everyday. Also, take time to read stories of your choosing to your child.  Children love to be read to by their parents.

Other Information Here--The numbers on the reading selections on the back of the homework page are for you to time your child’s reading for 1 minute.  Just have your child read for 1 minute and check to see how many words they read. This will be on the DIBELS in Dec.  It’s never too early to practice.

Contacting Mrs. Mullins--Feel free to contact me.                                         

  • Phone: (580) 925-3673
  • Cell: (580) 235-7693 (I do text)
  • E-mail: mullinsj@konawa.k12.ok.us