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 Please check your child's homework each night. Your child should still be working on learning his/her math facts. Having your child become fluent with addition and subtraction facts up to 20 would be beneficial. Any additional reading beyond the required homework will further help develop your child's skills. Our class trip will be on May 17th. We are going to the Great Adventure Safari. Please have your child bring a disposable bag lunch. No peanut butter or glass bottles please. Special Person's Day is on May 19th. I will gladly act as a special person or find someone in the building if you are unable to have a family member attend. Please contact me with any concerns or questions. I can be reached through e-mail or at (732) 528-6400, ext. 189. I am looking forward to a great year!

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Remember, there are many "teachable moments" in daily life. Children in grades K-2 should practice addition and subtraction facts at home. By the end of second grade, they should have a strong understanding of the concepts. There are many games online, as well a worksheets.


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Please be conscious of food allergies when sending in a snack or treat.

 

 

 

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Spring has sprung!