Mrs.Agbejules First Grade Class. Welcome to Somerset Academys

Mrs.Agbejules First Grade Class. Welcome to Somerset Academys

Mrs.Agbejules First Grade Class. Welcome to Somerset Academys Open House! I am delighted to be your childs first grade teachers. Together we are going to have a fabulous school year! Important Information Important Information Morning Shuttle: Parents

may walk their students to class Aug. 14-16th. 7:00am M/H August 16th is Independence Day and students will walk 7:30am Elementary alone to class. Students can wear red, white, and blue on this day. Lunch: $3.25 (complete free & reduced lunch form) Breakfast: $1.50 Parents may walk their students to class Aug. 1517th. August 20th is Independence Day and students will walk alone to class.

Important Information Important Information Morning Shuttle: Uniforms are mandatory. All students 7:00am M/H are required to wear: uniform polo shirts with the Somerset Academy logo in 7:30am Elementary colors which include navy blue, light blue, white and

striped blue/white. khaki or(complete dark blue pants with the& Somerset Academy Lunch: $3.25 free reduced lunch embroidery labeled by the pocket. ONLY solid navy or a Somerset Academy apparel Breakfast:Jackets. $1.50

form) Parents may walk their students to class Aug. 1517th. August 20th is Independence Day and students will walk alone to class. Important Information Important Information Morning Shuttle: Physical Education uniform (K-5th) Fridays are SPIRIT and JEANS DAYS! Students are to wear 7:00am

M/H their grade level spirit shirt and JEANS (not distressed). 7:30am Elementary DRESS DOWN DAYS are the last Friday of every month for $2! Keep in mind students still must to the dress code: Students not come tolunch form) Lunch:adhere $3.25

(complete free &may reduced school in any of the following: Leggings Breakfast:Open $1.50 toed shoes of any sort Backless shoes and or crocs Distressed jeans (jeans day) Parents may walk their students to class Aug. 15Shorts of any length less than fingertip level 17th. Tank tops/spaghetti straps/sleeveless tops

August 20th is Independence Day and students will walk alone to class. Students are to arrive on campus no earlier that 8:15am unless enrolled in morning care, sibling care, shuttle service or having breakfast. Please pack a poncho for those rainy days. Always have your hanging car tag clearly displayed to help with arrival and dismissal. Early sign-outs must be before 1:30pm. HANDS FREE SCHOOL ZONE! Safety is our #1 priority. Vehicle cell phone use is not permitted within the school and can result in a ticket. We are a PEANUT/NUT Free Campus.

New Spirit Store!!! Somerset now has an online Spirit Store with brand new Panther Gear for our students! Please stop by the cafeteria today to log into the store, try on some items and simply learn more! www.somersetspiritstore.com Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) How we raised money

Welcome Back Bash Fun Run Box Tops SA Please take a moment to join our PTSO! Sign-up for $5 and receive 5 hours!

Book Fair Membershi Holiday p Store S PT O Somerset Academy PTSO at work! How weve spent money

Welcome Back Bash Fun Run Book Fair at South Holiday Store Book Fair at North Teacher

Appreciation 5th Grade Dance Library Books Lap top Computers Science Program 5th Grade Dance Celebration Teacher Appreciation

Club & Sports Team Donations PTSO Events Drop-off/Pick-up Traffic Pattern Pines Blvd Please remember: ~The gas station is not an authorized loading/unloading zone as it is private property. ~As good neighbors

we want to respect their business and customers. 196th Shuttle North to South Grades K-3rd

Students must arrive to North Campus no later than 7:30am in front Building A Shuttle departs at 7:35am promptly. Late arrivals must be taken to campus by their parents. Sign-up online at www.somersetacademy.com South to North Grades 4th 5th Students must arrive to South Campus no later than 7:40am Shuttle departs at 7:45am promptly. Late arrivals must be taken to campus by their parents. Sign-up online at www.somersetacademy.com Our First Grade Schedule 8:15- 8:30 Bellwork 8:30 10:00 Reading / Language Art 10:00 -11:00 Math

11:00-11:30 Recess 11:40 -12:10 Lunch 12:15 12:45 Science/ Social Studies 12:45-1:05 Snack/ SR/ Homework 1:05 -1:45 Specials 1:45 2:20 Writing 2:20 - 2:25 - Dismissal Specials Mrs. Agbejules students Monday- Spanish

Tuesday- P.E Wednesday- Art ThursdayFriday- Music STEM Daily Snack Please send your child with a daily healthy snack. Healthy snacks include all types of fruits, cereal or granola bars, cheese, yogurt, raisins, carrots,

celery sticks etc. Please only send in individualized packaged snack. This is a snack that should be quick to eat because it is during our SSR time. (Silent Reading) Free and Reduce Lunch We encourage all parents to fill the form for free and reduce lunch. Part 1: List family members that live in the home Part 2: Complete if you receive State/Government Benefits. Must include case number and beneficiarys name Part 3: ONLY include name of family member with income Part 3: Select Income Type and include Income Frequency Part 4: Complete personal date section, including Primary Income

Providers Signature and last 4-digits of social security number Part 5: Choose Ethnicity & Race ONLY COMPLETE FRONT PAGE OF APPLICATION Birthday Parties Birthday celebrations will be celebrated during Snack time monthly. Please inform us ahead of time so we can plan accordingly. Volunteer Hours Parent volunteers are a great asset to the classroom dynamic. The children and I invite you to come to the school to volunteer your time and

talents. We will value you as a volunteer, and appreciate your dedication to the children as a supportive helper, role model, and guide. Parents need to volunteer 30 hours in the school year. Communication is Key! Communication is an important part of the success of your child. We will post weekly updates each and every week on our class page. The best way to communicate with us is through email or by writing a note.

Our email addresses are [email protected] Weekly Newsletter All important information regarding school upcoming school events is always on the class weekly newsletter called Next Week at a Glance. Curriculum The 1st grade curriculum consists of Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. Our curriculum follows the Florida Standards providing your child with a well-rounded and

complete education. Common core helps us to learn more!- More hands on, less worksheets, teaches independence. Grades 100% - 90% - A. 89% - 80% - B. 79% - 70% - C. 69% - 60% - D 59% and below F

Grades Grade book % o Tests 45% o Classwork 30% o Quizzes 10% o Homework 10% o Projects 5% Parent Login Directions https://gb.browardschools.com/pinnacle/gradebook/

Username: Student#@my.browardschools.com Password: PMM/DD/YYYY (Date of Birth) Example: User: [email protected] Password: P07/25/2001 (Date of Birth) Please be advised that Parent Pinnacle Access will be available after Labor Day (per the county). Friday Folder Friday folders are the Somerset folders. They go home on Fridays, and come back on Mondays. Please empty the folder, unless I need something to be signed and sent back to me.

Planner Students are required to purchase a planner. Please make sure your child takes their planner home everyday and brings it back to school on a daily basis. Homework All spelling and writing homework must be completed in the composition notebook and placed inside the blue folder along with Math homework page. Homework will be given and checked daily. Spelling words can be found in your childs agenda and Math Homework pages will be sent home with your child. In addition, to the Reading Log that must be filled

out every night. Homework will be graded. Money Procedures Please make sure that all money is placed in an envelope with your childs name and what the money is for. Cafeteria Manager: 954-442-0233 ext. 620 Breakfast price: $2.50 Lunch price: $3.50 ALL PAYMENTS ARE MADE ONLINE! Monthly menus are available on our website.

Free and Reduced Lunch-applications will be available in your childs first day packet of information. Behavior System Every student has a clothespin with their number on it. The clothespins are clipped on the right or left side of the chart. Students start their day on green. They move down the chart throughout the day depending on their behavior. Also there will be a compliment class system. Every time an adult says something nice about the class a pin will move up on the WOW chart. Once the pin reaches the top the class will have a party!!

Rewards Verbal praise/recognition Positive note or call to parents Friday treasure box Tickets/stickers Class party Field Trips Three fieldtrips throughout the year. Only registered volunteers will be allowed to attend. Final Note

We are truly excited to be teaching your child! We know that all children can learn and that it is a collaborative effort between the parents, teacher and student. We are committed to the success of your child and We hope to inspire and educate them. We know we will have a successful year!

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