Classroom Info

Welcome to Kindergarten at Wildewood Elementary School, and thank you for sharing your child with me this year!  I am so excited to get to know all of the children and their families as we learn, play, and create together.  

Dianna Calvert

Your child will bring home a blue communication folder every Friday that will include your child's finished work and important classroom and/or school communication. Please check the folder, empty it, and return it the following Monday. Thanks!
Water Bottles
I encourage your child to bring a water bottle to use in class. Our brains work better when they are hydrated! Please label the water bottle. Your child will bring it home on weekends to be washed.

Throughout the week your child will attend the following classes in addition to our regular classroom work:
Monday: Guidance Tuesday: Technology Wednesday: Music, Art, and Media Thursday: P.E. Friday: Art, Media, Music, and P.E.

Please make sure your child wears appropriate gym shoes every Thursday and Friday so that he or she may participate in P.E.!

Our Busy Day
Literacy Stations and Guided Reading
Science/Social Studies
Read Aloud
Math Stations and Guided Math
Writer's Workshop

Snacks and Lunch
Due to a severe allergy in kindergarten we are asking that no food items be sent to school other than lunches. The school kitchen provides a fresh fruit or vegetable snack every Wednesday.If you would like to send treats for your child's birthday please make sure they are not edible treats. Thank you for your cooperation to help keep all of our students healthy and safe!

Creating a Positive Learning Environment
To create and maintain the best possible environment for our classroom community, and to encourage character traits that will serve our kids throughout their lives, we focus on four main rules at Wildewood: BE KIND, BE RESPECTFUL, BE RESPONSIBLE, and BE SAFE. We have a chart in our classroom that helps kids to stay on track with good choices throughout the day. All kids begin their day on green, and clips may be moved up to blue then purple for good choices or down to yellow and then red as a reminder to make better choices. So if your child tells you, "I was on blue today," you know he/she was generally being kind, responsible, respectful, and safe in kindergarten!

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