Summer is just about over and the teachers and staff at Hambright are working hard to get ready to start the new year! We are all looking forward to seeing our students return and be ready to learn.
We hope everyone participated in the Summer Reading Challenge. Please remember to return your papers showing that you completed the challenge as soon as possible. All papers must be in by Tuesday, August 27 in order to be eligible for the ice cream truck reward.
It’s hard to believe, but we’ve reached the end of another school year! How time flies!
Progress reports for students who are receiving Academic/Title I support will be in your child’s report card envelope on the last day of school.
Any parent who is interested in have their child tutored over the summer can contact Danielle Kreider at email@example.com. She has some interested teachers who may be available to help out.
Finally, it’s very important for your child to read over the summer. Make sure it’s at a level that’s not too hard and your child is able to understand. We find that our students who do not read over the summer lose a great deal of ground (progress) that was gained during the school year. We then spend the first marking period trying to recover from what was lost instead of continuing to grow more. It’s also very important for you to read to your child, no matter what age. Older students still benefit from being read to or with and enjoy the time with you. Talk about the stories and make predictions about what may happen next.
Enjoy your summer!!
The AST/Title I Progress Reports for the third marking period will be coming home today with your child’s classroom report card. It will be in the brown envelope, along with a comment sheet should you want to ask any questions or make any comments. As always, feel free to contact the teachers listed at the bottom (or on the back of the report) if you have any questions you want to discuss.
Students and parents in grades 3 – 6. Come join us for our Parent Workshop where you will learn about fun and helpful activities you can use to practice Math and Reading skills at home. There’s still time to sign up. If you did not receive the form that came home with your child, you can get a copy here. A pizza dinner will be served at 6:00 pm. Childcare for younger siblings will be provided. RSVP by March 29.
Copy of Parent Workshop Invite
Hambright Elementary will be hosting an Intermediate Parent Workshop on April 4 for parents and students in grades 3 – 6. More information to come. There is a form coming home in the next day or two with the details.
Welcome to the Hambright Elementary Title I/Academic Support Blog! We are finally up and running! This blog is a resource for Hambright parents that will provide information on how you can support your child at home. It also provides information about the Title I Reading support that is provided to our students. We are just getting started with this blog, so stay posted as it begins to grow. Also, keep an eye open for opportunities to see some of our students hard at work, but having fun while they learn. We hope you will find this resource helpful.