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First Grade






7:30-7:55 Wildcat Time/Homeroom

7:55-9:45 Block 1

9:45-11:00 Block 2



12:30-1:00 Recess

1:00-1:45 Specials

1:50-2:30 Block 2

2:30-2:55 Dismissal

2:30 Car Rider

2:45 Day Care

2:55 Bus

First Grade Supply List
  • 3 Pack of disinfecting wipes (extra is welcome!)
  • 3 boxes of tissues
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 4 packs of skinny dry erase markers
  • 1 pack of large (regular) dry erase markers
  • 1 backpack
  • 1 package of white copy paper (8.5x11)
  • 1 plastic pencil box
  • 4 boxes of 24 crayons
  • 6 glue sticks
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 box sandwich r gallon size plastic baggies
  • 2 K-2 Primary Journals
  • Large pink erasers
  • Sheet protectors
  • 1 wide ruled composition book
  • 1 folder (any kind)
  • 1 change of clothing in a gallon size bag
All items are for the class! They are collected and distributed as needed.  
Please do not put names on supplies! Be sure to label all coats and clothing that your child will wear to school. It will make it easier to return when lost. We donated hundreds of items left in lost and found last year to charity!
Developing a love for reading begins at home, and Dr. Seuss's words and pictures will make it fun for you and your child. Get started with the tips below.
Pick a comfortable spot to read in - one with plenty of light.
Make it a routine - whether it's right before the breakfast, or right before bed, set aside a special time every day.
Give lots of encouragement! Read the words aloud to your child. Point to the pictures. Say the words together. Laugh with your child.
It's never too early. Reading can be a bonding activity for you and your new baby. Introduce reading in the very beginning, keep books in the nursery and have your books out for baby and toddler to see! See Bright and Early and Nursery collection
The fun continues after the last page! When you finish a story, ask your child about his/her favorite passages, characters, and illustrations.
Imagine that! Encourage your child to make up another character that might appear in the book. What would it look like? What would it say? What would you call it?
Letters and words are here, there, and everywhere! Dr. Seuss was a master of words, real and imagined. When you're driving with your child along a familiar route, read the signs aloud. Make your next trip to the grocery store an interactive one-read the names of food items aloud with your child. Make up new ones!