Wow! Can you believe that you’ve been participating in e-learning/homeschooling for the past 7 weeks! We want to commend you and your child on the awesome job during this challenging time. We have been saying all along that these classes have been one of the best classes we have ever had, and your kids have definitely proven this!!😊 It has made e-learning successful and less stressful as we have had your support throughout this journey in order to help your child succeed. So, from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for being involved, supportive, and giving encouragement to us as we have completed the 19-20 school year. To all the students, we will never forget you and thank you for all the smarts you have shown us through your e-learning. We hate the year ended so abruptly, but we definitely will cherish the good times we had together at school.
Below you will find the pertinent information to close out the school year:
- Report cards will be mailed on Friday, which will include honor roll certificates.
- Yearbook Distributions will be Friday, May 22nd from 10:00-12:00. Please drive up to the front of the school, have your child’s name displayed in the front window, and open the trunk of your vehicle. If you cannot pick up your yearbook during this time frame, please call the front office to make an appointment. We were hoping to get these books to you earlier, but due to the coronavirus, the plant’s rate-of-production was slowed down. We appreciate your patience.
- The school’s office will remain closed except for apt only. Please call 361-6400 if you need further assistance.
Congrats on a job well done! We appreciate you!!
May 18 – 20
Reading – Lexia
Math – Get to a green light on Reflexmath
9 Great Virtual Field Trips for Early Learners
8:00-8:10 Homeroom/Character Education
8:30-9:00 Math Whole Group
9:00-9:50 Math Small Group
9:50-10:35 Social Studies/Science
10:35-10:40 Change Classes
10:40-11:10 Math Whole Group
11:44-12:00 Continue DMR
12:00-12:55 Math Small Group
1:40-2:30 Social Studies/Science
2:45-:2:50 Character Ed/Pack up
~2:50 Carpool ~2:55 Walkers ~3:00 1st Load Buses
~3:05 2nd Load Buses/YMCA/Daycare
Library: Wednesdays 2:00-2:30
Technology: Fridays on Week A 9:00-9:45
Music: Fridays on Week B 9:00-9:45
- 1 box of 24 count Crayola crayons
- 1 box of 10 count Crayola washable markers
- 9 jumbo glue sticks
- 1 pack of red pens
- A pack of #2 pre-sharpened pencils (not mechanical)
- 1 pair of scissors (child size)
- 1 pack of wide-ruled notebook paper
- 2 dry erase markers
- 1 pack of cap erasers
- 3x5 index cards
- 1 box of tissues
- 1 large bottle of hand sanitizer
- 2 rolls of paper towels
- 1 pack of bright colored copy paper
- 3 or 4 reams of white copy paper (any brand except Up & Up (Target) please)
- 2 containers of Clorox Wipes
- 1 box of sandwich ziploc bags
- (not required, but very much needed) $$$ Classroom Donation to be used to purchase copies ($11.00= 1,000 copies)
The following items need to be sent on the first day of school. We will help your child organize his/her binder to have a successful year!!!
·DPES Assignment book – may be purchased from the DPES Supply Store for $5.00 (It is vitally important that your child purchases this specific book!)
· 1.5 inch white 3 ring binder with clear insert cover
· 1 supply pouch-soft, zippered (please insert into binder prongs)
We would appreciate any extra help from parents. You are not required to bring these items, but they will be needed throughout the year. We understand that supplies are costly at the beginning of the year, so any donations throughout the year will be appreciated. Thank you for all your help and support. We couldn’t do it without wonderful parents!
· Card stock (any color)
· Treasures for the treasure chest
· Avery address labels
· Avery shipping labels
I grew up in Prattville and graduated from Prattville High School in 2000. I attended Auburn University in Montgomery and received my Bachelor's Degree in Childhood Education in 2004. I also graduated from Troy University in Montgomery in May of 2006 with my Master's Degree in Elementary Education.
I have been teaching at Daniel Pratt since 2004. I began teaching first grade, and I am currently teaching third grade.
It is my goal as a professional educator to reach out and accommodate the needs of each and every student. All children are different and have different styles of learning. Whether the children I teach are kinesthetic, visual, or auditory learners, I will adapt my teaching towards the style of each student's learning in order to increase the quality of their education. I will strive to teach in a way that all children can learn. In order to promote the children's learning, I will provide a hands-on classroom where my students are engaged in the lesson while actively learning. The students in my classroom will also have the opportunity to communicate with their peers throughout the day, as I believe children learn from one another. I will provide a positive and safe atmosphere along with a developmentally appropriate learning environment to motivate the learning of each student.