• Things to Remember for the PV/BRD place to BE......Make a note!
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    On this page you will find information related to events, forms to be completed, and/or supplies that students may need. You will also find information related to classroom endeavors.  
     

     In consideration of the start of the new school year,please consider gathering the following items to support the establishment of our classroom learning community:

         We will be moving between our new environment at PV/BRD and MNE throughout the school day.  Please have a mini umbrella, that can be easily stored in your backpack pocket, to use when the weather is inclement.  Having an extra mask is a great idea, too. A bottle or two of water will help you stay hydrated throughout the day.

          A note of deep appreciation to our MNE PTO for the funds to support student supplies for our classroom. Thank you for your work and for your consideration now and throughout the school year! 

          If you are thinking about sharing some items for classroom use, please consider Ziploc Bags...2 gallon, 1 gallon, and quart storage bags....small plastic containers with lids....2 ounces, 4 ounces, and/or 6 ounces.....we use these items a lot for our individual science and social studies lab set-ups.

         If possible, please bring a picture of your family so we can get acquainted.  A picture in a 5"x 7" frame can then be left in the classroom to help us remember all the people who are important to each of us. 

         A drawing or a picture of a favorite, small moment from summer break will help us with our first writing project.

         A list of words, in alphabetical order that describe your positive feelings for the upcoming school year, will help to establish a reference for a number of community building activities.

     

     

    We take time each day to find joy in working together and meeting challenges that help us to grow individually and as a learning community.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on August 17, 2021