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Mrs. Hall - Room 72

Back to School Night is Tuesday, Sept. 5th

Room 72 Parents, Back to School Night is on Tuesday, September 5th starting at 5:30 pm.  Please come by and find out what your children will be learning this year as well as important information about Accelerated Reading, IXL for Math, SpellingCity, etc.  Also, it's a chance to check out what your children have done so far as we have been working on several different projects.

 

Hope to see you on Tuesday!

 

Mrs. Hall

SPELLING HOMEWORK BEGINS 8/28

Starting the week of August 28th each student will be assigned a list of Spelling Words to study for the week.  Thursday's are designated "Pretest" days and Friday's will be our official "Spelling Test" days.  If your student receives a 100% on a pretest, he or she will not have to take the Spelling Test on Friday.

 

Spelling homework will be made up of the following 4 assignments which will be spread out through the week.

 

1.  Write each word three times and/or complete the spelling work sheet.

2.  Write a sentence using each spelling word.

3.  Alphabetize the spelling words.

 

Solar Eclipse Viewing 2017 from Room 72!

The students had fun watching the Solar Eclipse on the first day of school...
 

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AR Reading Starts Monday!

The students were given their AR book today from my classroom library along with a yellow AR Recording Sheet to record their nightly reading.  I will send home on Monday the AR Expectations for Room 72.  Please know that there is no required reading from me during the weekends.  AR is only assigned homework on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.  So, if you see a book in the book pouch in their binder, please know that it officially starts Monday, Aug. 28th.  Look for my letter Monday night attached to their homework packet!.  Thank you.

 

Mrs. Hall

A Little About Mrs. Hall

I love being a teacher and enjoy working with students to help them be academically successful. I work hard to engage students in learning through hands-on lessons whenever possible.  I believe every student should be valued and treated with respect and that kindness to one another is very important.  My goal is to help your students reach their fullest potential.  When I am not teaching, I enjoy spending time with my family, being outdoors, and cooking.  I look forward to us having the Best School Year Yet!