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Miss Scoleri's Superkids

Welcome! Добро пожаловать! Bienvenidos!

My name is Christine Scoleri, and I am delighted to be your child's teacher this year. Our class is the Superkids class, where students learn that their effort and positive attitude will help them to be the best that they can be. I have been teaching in Washington Unified School District for 18 years, and while I began the first two years of my teaching career in kindergarten, I enjoy teaching first grade, because it gives me great joy to help children become independent readers.

 

My goal is for children to develop a love of learning. I hope to provide them with skills they will continue to use as they advance through the grades. I do my best to ensure that they have meaningful opportunities to practice their skills, to be actively engaged with, and take ownership of their learning, and to have an individualized education that best meets their needs.

 

In working together, it is extremely important that we communicate with each other. If your child is feeling unhappy about school for any reason, please contact me right away so that I can address the problem. Also, if you ever have questions or concerns about how your child is progressing academically or socially, please contact me. You can reach me by sending a note with your child, calling me at the school (375-7700), or emailing me at cscoleri@wusd.k12.ca.us.

 

It's very helpful if you send your child with a snack in their backpack to maintain their energy levels through the long afternoon. Please send nutritious snacks such as fruits, vegetables, crackers, yogurt, cheese, or other favorite healthy foods to enjoy at school. Please send bottled water for your child to drink rather than sports drinks.

 

Back to School Night is Wednesday, August 30th at 5:30 pm, at which time I will provide you with more information regarding curriculum, homework, technology resources and behavior expectations. I will also respond to any questions you may have. I look forward to working with you to help your child learn and grow this year!

 

~Miss Scoleri

Behavior Expectations

I have high standards for children in their behavior and their achievement. It is my responsibility to teach children the behaviors I expect in the classroom, and will be providing them with many ...more

A Note from the Teacher

8/13/17

I am excited to meet this year's Superkids! I will be in a meeting on Monday, so you won't find me in the classroom that day. If you'd like to come visit and say hello, you can stop by Room P02 on Tuesday before 3 pm.

 

On our first day of school on Wednesday, Superkids will learn classmates' names, playground procedures, how to have lunch in the cafeteria, and will begin to practice classroom rules and expectations. We will also read some good stories, we'll learn how to work at a desk, we'll explore some math tools, do some writing, create some artwork, do some movement and make new friends. We will do so many fun things! It is sure to be a busy day, so go to bed early on Tuesday night and get plenty of rest. I hope you're excited for first grade!

 

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