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Welcome to Mill Run's English Language Learner program 

Teacher-Jeannie Rizzo Grades 1-5 Mill Run Elementary
Teacher-Anna Michenko K-5 Mill Run Elementary and Hillside Elementary
Phone number: 571-252-2160

 Jean Rizzo will be the lead teacher for Grades 1 and 2.  Ms. Michenko will be the lead teacher for Kindergarten.  The teachers will be a resource to grades 3-5 teachers and students on monitor status and part of the Mill Run "intervention team".  
ELL Kindergarten 2014-2015

 Welcome to the new school year! My name is Anna Michenko.    I want your child to have a fun and successful year in ELL Kindergarten.  Above I have listed the school phone number.  Please feel free to contact me.  The best way to reach me is by e-mail   I am always willing to schedule a conference at any time!

School Hours:

School begins promptly at 7:50a.m. and ends at 2:35p.m. ELL Kindergarten students will attend A.M. Kindergarten, eat lunch from 1:55am to 11:20am.   They will attend P.M. Kindergarten with Mrs. Holmes with push-in ELL support at 11:35am-2:30pm.

A successful school experience is the responsibility of the children, the parent, and the school.  Your child's progress, both academically and socially, is influenced to a great extent by daily participation.  Regular attendance without tardiness is a key.
Parents: If your child is absent, please make sure you call the Mill Run Absentee line on the day(s) your child is not in school.  571-252-2162

School Work:
Please look in your child’s backpack each day.  Please communicate with me by placing notes in your child’s Kindergarten folder. 

ELL Kindergarten Curriculum:
Our Kindergarten Day includes the following subject areas
Language Arts (reading and writing), Math, Technology, Social Studies, and Science
Language Arts – Pathways to literacy program combines shared reading, oral language, and writing to meet the needs of all kindergartners. 

Math will be focus on mathematical skills using various hands on activities, cooperative learning activities, group and oral exercises.

Social Studies focuses on the student and how they relate to others in their Families, Classroom, School, and Community.  Activities will help the children focus their natural curiosity for the world around them.

Science focuses on six areas at the kindergarten level.  We will study Plants, Animals, Earth’s land, Air, and Water, Weather, and Objects Around Us.

Meals Breakfast and Lunch:

Visit our school web page for our daily breakfast and lunch menu.
Lunch may be purchased for $2.70 each day, $11.50 a week, or $46.00 for the month.  Your child may also eat Breakfast at school before class begins.  Breakfast may be purchased for $1.30 per meal, $6.50 for the week, or $26.00 for the month.   If a student does not have money they will be provided a cheese sandwich and milk and no charge.  Under no circumstances will any student be allowed to go without lunch.

If your child will be purchasing lunch each day I strongly suggest visiting Café Prepay . Checks can be made payable to County of Loudoun.  Checks and cash will be delivered to Ms. Lee in the cafeteria please label an envelope with “Lunch Money” your child’s name, and amount of money.  Your child may also bring his/her lunch each day.  Please label lunch boxes or sacks with your child’s name. (No sodas or candy please)  Thank you.

Behavior and Discipline:    

Our classroom rules include:

Be kind to others
Raise your hand to speak
Listen while others are talking
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself
Always do your best work

Please contact me if you have any questions.  I am excited to be your child’s teacher!

Mrs. Michenko



Last Modified on August 29, 2014