The Kindergarten Survival Guide
Email permits speedy feedback
and is the easiest way for me to communicate. My e-mail address is
I will keep in touch with you by weekly newsletters. I send the newsletters home every Friday. The newsletters have important information about spelling words, homework, important dates, school closings, and our weekly objectives. Please read over these newsletters very carefully with your child. These newsletters will be in your child’s weekly homework binder. Be certain to return it on Friday.
I also will try and make a contact with you as often as I can through out the year as I feel that communication is the key to a students success and that all parties should be involved in the education of the student.
If your child arrives at school late they must check in at the front office before coming to class. If for any reason your child will not be leaving on regular schedule (different bus, picked up by another person, etc.) I MUST have a written note or I cannot allow your child to leave school.
I encourage parents to volunteer in the classroom however; proper paperwork must be completed each year. If you are not able to come in there is still many things you can do just let me know when you are able to help.
1. Follow Directions Quickly.
2. Raise your hand for permission to speak.
3. Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.
4. Make smart choices.
5. Keep your dear teacher happy.
Green--Good going! Keep it up!
Yellow--Warning--Lose 5 minutes of recess
Red--Stop and Think--Lose 10 minutes of recess; Note or Phone call home
Orange--Too many bad choices--Lose 15 minutes (ALL) of recess; note or phone call home