Phone: 868-6921 Ext. 2708
Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Sandra Taylor
The 3rd Quarter ended on March 13. Students have the opportunity to improve their grade if they wish by following the instructions provided and reading the email I sent to parents on March 30. If you are happy with your 3rd Quarter grade, then you need to take no additional action at this time. Information about 4th Quarter assignments will be coming to you soon.
Each student was provided a math and reading/writing packet on Friday, March 13. If your child wishes to improve his/her reading, writing, or math grade, the following assignments must be submitted by Wednesday, April 8, 2020.
Directions to Improve 3rd Quarter Grades
A Cowboy’s Rope (classwork grade)
Annabelle’s Party (classwork grade)
The Newcomer (assessment grade)
Daily Reading Review #160 (classwork grade)
Daily Reading Review #161 (classwork grade)
Daily Reading Review #162 (classwork grade)
Math Day 1 Sheet-front and back (classwork grade)
Math Day 2 Sheet-front and back(classwork grade)
Math Day 3 Sheet-front and back (classwork grade)
Directions to Submit Assignments to Improve 3rd Quarter Grades
The options for turning in assignments that a student wishes to have count toward their 3rd Quarter grade:
1. Save any documents that can be saved on the computer and email them to the teacher or submit them via Google Classroom
2. Type answers to worksheets and other work onto a WORD document and email to the teacher (make sure the title of the assignment is clearly identified and the student’s name is on each page submitted)
3. Hand write answers to assignments on notebooks paper/hard copy provided and use one of the outlined options to get it to the teacher (make sure the student’s name is on each page submitted)
* Scan and email the documents to the teacher from their home if they have that ability
* Take a picture of the assignment with your phone and email it to the teacher (make sure it is clear and the teacher can read your answers)
* If the work cannot be saved on the computer and emailed to the teacher drop off assignments into the secure box at the front of the school by Wednesday, April 8, 2020 (make sure the student’s name/teacher’s name/grade level is on every piece of paper).
I hope that everyone is doing well and that you are finding fun, creative things to do to occupy your time at home. We've spent time outside, gone on walks, and ate on our patio outside. My children have enjoyed bike rides, too.
I am excited to work with you in a few weeks on-line. Even if it is a little different than what we do in our classroom it will be an adventure we can have together. Even though we've done some assignments through google classroom at school, I will be learning new ways to use it. PES staff is getting professional development this week to learn more about what virtual learning will look like in Poquoson. I miss you and your sweet smiling faces. I promise that we will keep in touch through Google classroom and Google Meet once everyone has access to a computer. I can't wait!
If you have any questions, please email me. Students can email me directly through their Gmail account. Parents can email me through my website or through email like we have all year. Stay healthy and keep your minds engaged! There's always a STEM project on-line that you can do at home. You can read books. Watch the virtual field trips through the Cincinatti Zoo. The opportunities are endless! I hope you have a magical week! Please continue to be kind to your family and others!