Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do to help my child at home?
Encourage your child to become more independent in all tasks. Academically, your child should begin trying to read and write. Please check the website for weekly sight words. Writing can be quite over whelming at this age, so begin with encouraging your child to write his/her first and last name and sight words. Other items to work on at home: letter recognition (upper and lower case), letter sounds, counting to 100 by 1’s, and 10’s, and writing numbers 1 – 20.
What do I do if my child needs to go home a different way at the end of the day?
Please write a note and place in your child’s folder to bring to school. If your child needs to go home with another student on a different bus, please send in a note also.
What do I do if my child is sick and cannot come to school?
You will need to call our absentee line: (703) 957 – 4391. If you want, you can email me. However you will still need to call the absentee line. Please call in as soon as possible.
Does my child get to eat a snack in school?
Every day, your child will have an opportunity to have snack in the afternoon. Your child will be hungry and a snack will help them get the energy they need to finish the school day. Our classrooms are nut-free.
Will my child have P.E. (Physical Education)?
Yes! Once you know your child's PE days please be sure to send them to school wearing sneakers or tennis shoes.
How can I get in touch with you?
The best way is via email. HOWEVER, during the school day, my time is limited to teaching your children, and I cannot continually check my email. I usually check my email in the morning, at lunch, and at the end of the day. I you have a change of dismissal during the day, please do not email me, call the school. I could miss your email or I might not be in school that day.