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Welcome to K1 Remote Learning!

Please click on the day of the week in the menu to see what is expected for that day. Do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions. The Extra tab contains ideas and links for enrichment opportunities. Thank you for your patience and understanding while I figure out how to best meet the educational needs of our kindergartners.



Mrs. Urias




100th day
We had such a great week! Thank you for helping to make it a successful week of celebrations!!! Special shout outs to Jackie Sugarman for taking the 100 year old pictures of each student and developing them. Also, to Cindy McPhee for all the decor and 100th Day goody bags. Thank you to Jackie, Gina, and Carine for helping in the classroom during the celebrations.
Please note that I have updated the site with Chapter 9 math packets and a new writing assignment. This is completely optional, but it gives you an idea of what we are working on in the classroom. Please let me know if you have any questions.
We are currently working on the I-Ready assessments for reading and math. 
Those results will go home with the report cards in early March. I will be doing assessments for the 2nd trimester in the next couple of weeks. If possible, please try to avoid any absences during these days. However, please keep your child at home if they are unwell.
Thank you,
Mrs. Urias

Scholastic Book Orders Due Friday

Hi all!
Just wanted to announce that I will be submitting book orders on Friday. If you have an interest in placing an order, please do so by Friday at 3pm. The site is: and our class code is NGCP3. Thank you!

K1 Reminders

  • Thursday is pajama day! Please dress your kindergartner in their festive holiday jammies!
  • Come look in our kindergarten Lost and Found for any missing jackets, coats, sweaters, etc. The school is sending all Lost and Found items to Salvation Army on Friday.
  • Counting to 20 has been a challenge for K1. I will stick to giving the assessment on Thursday, and spend some time reteaching the chapter when we get back from the break. You can help by giving your child a handful of beans/shells/pinecones/etc. to count. Watch your child to see what counting strategy they use. In particular, prompt your child to group items in tens.
  • Don't forget our Winter Sing Concert on Friday at 9am in the MPR. Friday is also minimum day. Dismissal is at 12pm.

A few reminders and announcements

  • lunch calendars went home today. Please circle days your child will purchase a school lunch and send back with your child's name on it. Don't forget to record the dates for your own reference.
  • Tomorrow, students will come to school in their costumes and participate in the parade at 8:45 (not required). I would appreciate some help taking a class set of chairs onto the upper playground for our kindergartners to sit on during the parade. You may stay and help your child change out of their costumes after the parade.
  • At Friday's Flag Ceremony, all kindergartners will perform the school song in front of the school. I have sent the link for the video of the song. You may help your child practice the song before Friday. 
  • Don't forget the Fun Run pledges!
Thank you!
Mrs. Urias

Scholastic Book Orders

Thank you to those of you who have ordered books through Scholastic. I will be submitting the order on Tuesday, September 24th.

Sight Words Matching Game

Loren Rubenstein (Olivia) shared with me the sight word matching game she created using the kindergarten words. What a fun way to learn! Thank you, Loren, for sharing the document. I will also post this under the sight words tab in Edlio. Please feel free to share your ideas!