May Newsletter

*Final DIBELS testing in math and reading will be in the near future.

*NSE Carnival Day is Friday, May 25th

*No school for May 28th, Memorial Day

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!!


Please continue to check your child's daily folder for updates and/or announcements.

APRIL NEWSLETTER

CLASSROOM NOTES:

*Read Across America Celebration Friday, April 6th
*Dress Down Days on Friday, April 6th & 20th
*NSE PTO Chinese Auction April 14th & 15th
*Field Trip Wednesday, April 18th

PSSA Testing for grades 3-6

PLEASE CONTINUE TO CHECK YOUR CHILD'S DAILY FOLDER FOR THE LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS AND WEEKLY REMINDERS !!

MRS. KEMPSEY'S MARCH NEWSLETTER

National Read Across America   March 2nd
Thanks to the students from Bloomsburg University for coming in to NSE to share stories and activities to celebrate "Dr. Seuss Day".  

March 2nd:  PBIS February Reward

March 9th:  2nd Trimester Ends, expect Report Cards the following week.

NO DATA DELAY THIS MONTH

March 30th:  NO SCHOOL, Good Friday

*Our classroom field trip to Hershey Chocolate World is Wednesday, April 18th






Mrs. Kempsey's February Classroom Notes

Important Dates:

Friday 2/9:  Classroom Valentine Party begins at 2 P.M.
Wednesday 2/14:  2 Hour Data Delay
Friday 2/16:  Spartan Dress Down Day $1 Donation
Monday 2/19:  Presidents' Day:  SCHOOL IS IN SESSION FOR STUDENTS
*Date of 2nd Trimester has been changed due to weather cancellations

Please continue to review Spelling and High Frequency Words found in your child's daily folder.  First graders are now completing tests more independently and need to recall sight words easily.  We have also started checking fluency in reading and math.  The focus is not just how many completed, but also how many are accurate.

Mrs. Kempsey's Classroom Notes

WELCOME BACK!

Important Dates:
1/10     2 Hour Data Delay
1/15     Teacher In-Service Day/No School for Students
1/19     Student Dress Down Day

Please be sure to check your child's daily folder for updates to classroom events/assignments.  Review Spelling list and High Frequency Words.