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Elementary Technology, Grade One, Grade Three

Education

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

Lake Superior Technical College

University of Wisconsin, Superior

 



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Boozhoo!             APRIL 26th, 2016

Mid 4th Quarter is May 6th.  This will be a half day for students.  May 9th is FDL Memorial Day and there will be no school.       

 

We are working on Topic 14 in Math.  The concept is measurement.  Have your child measure various items around the house using inches, feet, and centimeters.  This will last two weeks.

The students have also started doing more independent work regarding their weekly reading tests for our Wonders curriculum.  We will go over mistakes, but they are expected to bring home the test and go over it with you as well.  If they return it corrected, they will receive a prize point and a bump up in their score. 

 

The 1st graders will be taking their final NWEA Math and Reading Tests in May. Please (daga) continue working with your child on reading, simple math facts, and of course, our spelling words that are provided for you in each letter.

 

Anytime you have a question about your child's progress (behavior, report card, or share time),  call me at 878-7211 or send an e-mail at kristiananderson@fdlrez.com.  

Spelling words for the test on April 29th:

born, core, corn, more, roar, soar, learn, sure

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the 2015 - 2016 School Year!

Welcome to the Fond du Lac Ojibwe School. My name is Mr. (Kris) Anderson. This is my 10th year at the Ojibwe School.  I was a 3rd Grade Teacher for several years along with being the Technology Teacher.  I am excited to be teaching first grade again this year.  We will be doing various activities integrating Math, Science, Reading, Social, Art, Phy-Ed, Music, and Cultural Concepts.  PLEASE CHECK OUT THE PHOTO ALBUM SECTION TO SEE SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES!

I am a firm believer in classroom management so all students can gain as much knowledge as possible without disruptions or distractions. Any help with reminders to the students coming from you and the community will also have an important impact on the class. When you have a chance, please take a look through our Ojibwe School Policies in the Handbook, which should have been provided to you. If one has’t been provided, please contact the school.

Your child's up-to date grades will be posted on INFINITE CAMPUS.  Please click the following link to log on and view your child's performance.  If you have trouble logging on, contact me.

https://bie.infinitecampus.com/campus/fonddulac.jsp 

I am really looking forward to this year and having your child participate 100%. Our daily schedule is located below.  If you have any question, please contact me via e-mail at: krisanderson@fdlrez.com or call 878-7211.

 

Miigwech,

 

Mr. Anderson