Mrs. Julie Jeon » Welcome to Kindergarten!

Welcome to Kindergarten!

EXTENDED DAY- Begins Monday, August 28. Your child will need to bring their own lunch or purchase a lunch. (Your child with have a 6-digit lunch number to enter if you wanted to set up a lunch account).  Please send your child with a water bottle. This will help your child stay hydrated throughout the day. Please have your child go to bed early and get lots of rest. With the extended day it is a very big adjustment for all of the children!
REMINDER: ALL FRIDAYS the students are excused at 11:30
HANDS ON HOMEWORK BAGS - Inside is an envelope with 4 books inside. Please see the attached letter describing the Read Aloud Program/ Reading Log. (this can be found inside the Evergreen Eagle Folder)  Please send back the Homework Bag (envelope of books & folder with weekly log completed) to school EVERY FRIDAY. 
MONTHLY CALENDAR- Please find a place on your refrigerator or wall to display your child's kindergarten calendar. Every month your child will receive a new calendar, marking important dates, and also will be asked to cross out the days that have gone by.
STOP LIGHT- Your child brought home a stop light.  It is a reminder of the expectations that we will be implementing in the classroom. We have been speaking to the children for the past two weeks about appropriate behaviors.
Color     Action            Expectations/Consequences
Green- Go              We want the students to be on green all day  
Yellow-Slow down  It is a warning.
Red-    Stop            Student will receive a time out and a letter home. 
Please ask your child how he/she did on a daily basis to show that there is an expectation at home that their behavior at school is important. By setting up rewards and consequences at home helps support the program at school. 
VIP - Folders  are sent home everyday. Please empty out the contents on a daily basis and send the envelope back to school.  
Current Weekly Reminders:
**Please review the day - everyday! Please be sure to ask your child about their day. Check their VIP folder, ask them about songs, books, snacks, what alphabet letter they are learning about, and what color day they had! This review provides amazing cognitive development, including verbal skills, and signals to your child that you are aware and interested in what is going on. This shows them that who they are and and what choices they are making is important to you!
**A healthy breakfast, lots of sleep, a place to look through books, and opportunities to practice listening and following directions is an important part of your child's everyday routine.