• Miss Macaluso’s All Star Class!
    September Newsletter

     
     
    Dear Parents,
     
    Welcome to Fourth Grade!   I am thrilled to be a partner with you in your child’s education!  Below you will find some routines and responsibilities we will follow to help us enjoy a spectacular year of thinking and learning!
     
    Supplies: Please make sure three sharpened pencils are placed in your child’s school bag each day.
     
    Absences: When students are absent, they are responsible for making up the work.   Students will have an “Absent Folder” on their desk when they return.  Your child must have the telephone number of at least two reliable members of the class.  A class list with phone numbers will be distributed as soon as possible.  Students have the same number of days they were gone, for example, if John misses 2 days of school, he would have 2 days after he returned to school to make up the work.  Much of our classroom activities cannot be done at home (group work, experiments, in-class games, buddy class activities, etc.), so regular attendance is encouraged.
     
    Independent Reading: All students are required to read at least 25 books of their choice a variety of genres, during the school year.  Unless instructed otherwise, they should read for at least one half hour each night.  Each child must fill in the reading log of books read in his/her Reading Log.  Children will also write a two to three paragraph letter to me about the book in their Literature Log every other month.  In addition, they will write a book recommendation for each book they finish.  
     
    Communication Friday Folder: All graded assignments, tests, and quizzes will be sent home every other Friday in this folder. Please review the work with your child, sign the cover sheet and return it to school by Monday. 
     
    Shining Star Award: Since we are an “All Star Class,” students will receive a special certificate when they exhibit one or more of the following traits:
     
    has a positive attitude                                   is hard working                              
    shows improvement                                      works to his or her potential
    listens attentively                                           helps others
    goes above and beyond                              is a good citizen
    is ready to learn                                            is outgoing               
    shows academic progress                          demonstrates leadership
     
    Peacemaker of the Week: On alternating Fridays, we - the children and I - will select those students who've most consistently exhibited the following peacemaking qualities:
    cares about others
    treats others with kindness and respect
    helps others
    works out conflicts without fighting
    is a good listener
    tells the truth
    knows that people are the same on the inside even if we look different on the outside.
     
    These students' photographs will be honored on our "Peacemaker of the Week," bulletin board.  
     
    Star of the Week: Every week a different student will be our special "Star of the Week".  This person will get to help in the classroom, and gets special privileges, like using the special roller chair, eating snack with friends at the back table, and leading the line all week. 
      
    Grading: Intermediate grade students receive report card grades of  4, 3, 2, 1.  Test grades, however, will be assigned using percentages.
     
    Effort: Students are always expected to turn in their best work.  Students are highly encouraged to correct low scores to make sure they understand what was being taught. 
     
    Water Bottles:  It would be great if students would bring and use a plastic water bottle with a spill-proof lid.  This ensures they are hydrated throughout the day!
     
    Conferences: Conferences are held in the Fall and on a as needed basis in the Spring. Parents will receive information about baseline testing data, learn about academic and social progress, and discuss questions and concerns. I look forward to meeting with you!  
     
    Snacks: Students may bring a healthy snack to eat midmorning.    Good items to send for a snack would be fruit or vegetables, applesauce, yogurt, cheese sticks, crackers, or juice.  Please DO NOT send items with lots of sugar in them (no candy, soda, etc.) We are a “Peanut Aware Classroom.”  Please do not send any peanuts, peanut butter, tree nuts or foods containing peanuts, peanut butter or tree nuts to be eaten as snacks in the classroom.   Thank you!
     
    100% Homework Club: Students have homework four nights a week, for approximately 60 minutes.  Students who turn in 100% of their homework ON TIME (meaning the first thing every morning) will become members of the 100% Homework Club!  Students must maintain a 100% average for the entire term to become lifetime members of this elite club.  At the end of each term students receive a certificate showing their accomplishment.  
     

    Since I am a strong believer in parent-teacher cooperation, I encourage and greatly appreciate any of your input in regards to you child’s strengths and weaknesses as a learner.  I will be contacting you throughout the year to update you on your child’s progress.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information about your child’s progress during the year.  Here’s to a great year working together!
     
    Sincerely,
    Miss Macaluso
     
     



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    Miss Macaluso’s All Star Class!
    September Newsletter

     
     
    Dear Parents,
     
    Welcome to Fourth Grade!   I am thrilled to be a partner with you in your child’s education!  Below you will find some routines and responsibilities we will follow to help us enjoy a spectacular year of thinking and learning!
     
    Supplies: Please make sure three sharpened pencils are placed in your child’s school bag each day.
     
    Absences: When students are absent, they are responsible for making up the work.   Students will have an “Absent Folder” on their desk when they return.  Your child must have the telephone number of at least two reliable members of the class.  A class list with phone numbers will be distributed as soon as possible.  Students have the same number of days they were gone, for example, if John misses 2 days of school, he would have 2 days after he returned to school to make up the work.  Much of our classroom activities cannot be done at home (group work, experiments, in-class games, buddy class activities, etc.), so regular attendance is encouraged.
     
    Independent Reading: All students are required to read at least 25 books of their choice a variety of genres, during the school year.  Unless instructed otherwise, they should read for at least one half hour each night.  Each child must fill in the reading log of books read in his/her Reading Log.  Children will also write a two to three paragraph letter to me about the book in their Literature Log every other month.  In addition, they will write a book recommendation for each book they finish.  
     
    Communication Friday Folder: All graded assignments, tests, and quizzes will be sent home every other Friday in this folder. Please review the work with your child, sign the cover sheet and return it to school by Monday. 
     
    Shining Star Award: Since we are an “All Star Class,” students will receive a special certificate when they exhibit one or more of the following traits:
     
    has a positive attitude                                   is hard working                              
    shows improvement                                      works to his or her potential
    listens attentively                                           helps others
    goes above and beyond                              is a good citizen
    is ready to learn                                            is outgoing               
    shows academic progress                          demonstrates leadership
     
    Peacemaker of the Week: On alternating Fridays, we - the children and I - will select those students who've most consistently exhibited the following peacemaking qualities:
    cares about others
    treats others with kindness and respect
    helps others
    works out conflicts without fighting
    is a good listener
    tells the truth
    knows that people are the same on the inside even if we look different on the outside.
     
    These students' photographs will be honored on our "Peacemaker of the Week," bulletin board.  
     
    Star of the Week: Every week a different student will be our special "Star of the Week".  This person will get to help in the classroom, and gets special privileges, like using the special roller chair, eating snack with friends at the back table, and leading the line all week.  At the end of the week, students will write a special message on a poster all about the "star" person.   It promises to be a special keepsake. 
      
    Grading: Intermediate grade students receive report card grades of 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.  Test grades, however, will be assigned using percentages.
     
    Effort: Students are always expected to turn in their best work.  Students are highly encouraged to correct low scores to make sure they understand what was being taught. 
     
    Water Bottles:  It would be great if students would bring and use a plastic water bottle with a spill-proof lid.  This ensures they are hydrated throughout the day!
     
    Conferences: Conferences are held in the Fall and on a as needed basis in the Spring. Parents will receive information about baseline testing data, learn about academic and social progress, and discuss questions and concerns. I look forward to meeting with you!  
     
    Snacks: Students may bring a healthy snack to eat midmorning.    Good items to send for a snack would be fruit or vegetables, applesauce, yogurt, cheese sticks, crackers, or juice.  Please DO NOT send items with lots of sugar in them (no candy, soda, etc.) We are a “Peanut Aware Classroom.”  Please do not send any peanuts, peanut butter, tree nuts or foods containing peanuts, peanut butter or tree nuts to be eaten as snacks in the classroom.   Thank you!
     
    100% Homework Club: Students have homework four nights a week, for approximately 60 minutes.  Students who turn in 100% of their homework ON TIME (meaning the first thing every morning) will become members of the 100% Homework Club!  Students must maintain a 100% average for the entire term to become lifetime members of this elite club.  At the end of each term students receive a certificate showing their accomplishment.  
     

    Since I am a strong believer in parent-teacher cooperation, I encourage and greatly appreciate any of your input in regards to you child’s strengths and weaknesses as a learner.  I will be contacting you throughout the year to update you on your child’s progress.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information about your child’s progress during the year.  Here’s to a great year working together!
     
    Sincerely,
    Miss Macaluso
     
     



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    Miss Macaluso’s All Star Class!
    September Newsletter

     
     
    Dear Parents,
     
    Welcome to Fourth Grade!   I am thrilled to be a partner with you in your child’s education!  Below you will find some routines and responsibilities we will follow to help us enjoy a spectacular year of thinking and learning!
     
    Supplies: Please make sure three sharpened pencils are placed in your child’s school bag each day.
     
    Absences: When students are absent, they are responsible for making up the work.   Students will have an “Absent Folder” on their desk when they return.  Your child must have the telephone number of at least two reliable members of the class.  A class list with phone numbers will be distributed as soon as possible.  Students have the same number of days they were gone, for example, if John misses 2 days of school, he would have 2 days after he returned to school to make up the work.  Much of our classroom activities cannot be done at home (group work, experiments, in-class games, buddy class activities, etc.), so regular attendance is encouraged.
     
    Independent Reading: All students are required to read at least 25 books of their choice a variety of genres, during the school year.  Unless instructed otherwise, they should read for at least one half hour each night.  Each child must fill in the reading log of books read in his/her Reading Log.  Children will also write a two to three paragraph letter to me about the book in their Literature Log every other month.  In addition, they will write a book recommendation for each book they finish.  
     
    Communication Friday Folder: All graded assignments, tests, and quizzes will be sent home every other Friday in this folder. Please review the work with your child, sign the cover sheet and return it to school by Monday. 
     
    Shining Star Award: Since we are an “All Star Class,” students will receive a special certificate when they exhibit one or more of the following traits:
     
    has a positive attitude                                   is hard working                              
    shows improvement                                      works to his or her potential
    listens attentively                                           helps others
    goes above and beyond                              is a good citizen
    is ready to learn                                            is outgoing               
    shows academic progress                          demonstrates leadership
     
    Peacemaker of the Week: On alternating Fridays, we - the children and I - will select those students who've most consistently exhibited the following peacemaking qualities:
    cares about others
    treats others with kindness and respect
    helps others
    works out conflicts without fighting
    is a good listener
    tells the truth
    knows that people are the same on the inside even if we look different on the outside.
     
    These students' photographs will be honored on our "Peacemaker of the Week," bulletin board.  
     
    Star of the Week: Every week a different student will be our special "Star of the Week".  This person will get to help in the classroom, and gets special privileges, like using the special roller chair, eating snack with friends at the back table, and leading the line all week.  At the end of the week, students will write a special message on a poster all about the "star" person.   It promises to be a special keepsake. 
      
    Grading: Intermediate grade students receive report card grades of 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.  Test grades, however, will be assigned using percentages.
     
    Effort: Students are always expected to turn in their best work.  Students are highly encouraged to correct low scores to make sure they understand what was being taught. 
     
    Water Bottles:  It would be great if students would bring and use a plastic water bottle with a spill-proof lid.  This ensures they are hydrated throughout the day!
     
    Conferences: Conferences are held in the Fall and on a as needed basis in the Spring. Parents will receive information about baseline testing data, learn about academic and social progress, and discuss questions and concerns. I look forward to meeting with you!  
     
    Snacks: Students may bring a healthy snack to eat midmorning.    Good items to send for a snack would be fruit or vegetables, applesauce, yogurt, cheese sticks, crackers, or juice.  Please DO NOT send items with lots of sugar in them (no candy, soda, etc.) We are a “Peanut Aware Classroom.”  Please do not send any peanuts, peanut butter, tree nuts or foods containing peanuts, peanut butter or tree nuts to be eaten as snacks in the classroom.   Thank you!
     
    100% Homework Club: Students have homework four nights a week, for approximately 60 minutes.  Students who turn in 100% of their homework ON TIME (meaning the first thing every morning) will become members of the 100% Homework Club!  Students must maintain a 100% average for the entire term to become lifetime members of this elite club.  At the end of each term students receive a certificate showing their accomplishment.  
     

    Since I am a strong believer in parent-teacher cooperation, I encourage and greatly appreciate any of your input in regards to you child’s strengths and weaknesses as a learner.  I will be contacting you throughout the year to update you on your child’s progress.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information about your child’s progress during the year.  Here’s to a great year working together!
     
    Sincerely,
    Miss Macaluso
     
     



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    Miss Macaluso’s All Star Class!
    September Newsletter

     
     
    Dear Parents,
     
    Welcome to Fourth Grade!   I am thrilled to be a partner with you in your child’s education!  Below you will find some routines and responsibilities we will follow to help us enjoy a spectacular year of thinking and learning!
     
    Supplies: Please make sure three sharpened pencils are placed in your child’s school bag each day.
     
    Absences: When students are absent, they are responsible for making up the work.   Students will have an “Absent Folder” on their desk when they return.  Your child must have the telephone number of at least two reliable members of the class.  A class list with phone numbers will be distributed as soon as possible.  Students have the same number of days they were gone, for example, if John misses 2 days of school, he would have 2 days after he returned to school to make up the work.  Much of our classroom activities cannot be done at home (group work, experiments, in-class games, buddy class activities, etc.), so regular attendance is encouraged.
     
    Independent Reading: All students are required to read at least 25 books of their choice a variety of genres, during the school year.  Unless instructed otherwise, they should read for at least one half hour each night.  Each child must fill in the reading log of books read in his/her Reading Log.  Children will also write a two to three paragraph letter to me about the book in their Literature Log every other month.  In addition, they will write a book recommendation for each book they finish.  
     
    Communication Friday Folder: All graded assignments, tests, and quizzes will be sent home every other Friday in this folder. Please review the work with your child, sign the cover sheet and return it to school by Monday. 
     
    Shining Star Award: Since we are an “All Star Class,” students will receive a special certificate when they exhibit one or more of the following traits:
     
    has a positive attitude                                   is hard working                              
    shows improvement                                      works to his or her potential
    listens attentively                                           helps others
    goes above and beyond                              is a good citizen
    is ready to learn                                            is outgoing               
    shows academic progress                          demonstrates leadership
     
    Peacemaker of the Week: On alternating Fridays, we - the children and I - will select those students who've most consistently exhibited the following peacemaking qualities:
    cares about others
    treats others with kindness and respect
    helps others
    works out conflicts without fighting
    is a good listener
    tells the truth
    knows that people are the same on the inside even if we look different on the outside.
     
    These students' photographs will be honored on our "Peacemaker of the Week," bulletin board.  
     
    Star of the Week: Every week a different student will be our special "Star of the Week".  This person will get to help in the classroom, and gets special privileges, like using the special roller chair, eating snack with friends at the back table, and leading the line all week.  At the end of the week, students will write a special message on a poster all about the "star" person.   It promises to be a special keepsake. 
      
    Grading: Intermediate grade students receive report card grades of 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.  Test grades, however, will be assigned using percentages.
     
    Effort: Students are always expected to turn in their best work.  Students are highly encouraged to correct low scores to make sure they understand what was being taught. 
     
    Water Bottles:  It would be great if students would bring and use a plastic water bottle with a spill-proof lid.  This ensures they are hydrated throughout the day!
     
    Conferences: Conferences are held in the Fall and on a as needed basis in the Spring. Parents will receive information about baseline testing data, learn about academic and social progress, and discuss questions and concerns. I look forward to meeting with you!  
     
    Snacks: Students may bring a healthy snack to eat midmorning.    Good items to send for a snack would be fruit or vegetables, applesauce, yogurt, cheese sticks, crackers, or juice.  Please DO NOT send items with lots of sugar in them (no candy, soda, etc.) We are a “Peanut Aware Classroom.”  Please do not send any peanuts, peanut butter, tree nuts or foods containing peanuts, peanut butter or tree nuts to be eaten as snacks in the classroom.   Thank you!
     
    100% Homework Club: Students have homework four nights a week, for approximately 60 minutes.  Students who turn in 100% of their homework ON TIME (meaning the first thing every morning) will become members of the 100% Homework Club!  Students must maintain a 100% average for the entire term to become lifetime members of this elite club.  At the end of each term students receive a certificate showing their accomplishment.  
     

    Since I am a strong believer in parent-teacher cooperation, I encourage and greatly appreciate any of your input in regards to you child’s strengths and weaknesses as a learner.  I will be contacting you throughout the year to update you on your child’s progress.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information about your child’s progress during the year.  Here’s to a great year working together!
     
    Sincerely,
    Miss Macaluso
     
     



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    Miss Macaluso’s All Star Class!
    September Newsletter

     
     
    Dear Parents,
     
    Welcome to Fourth Grade!   I am thrilled to be a partner with you in your child’s education!  Below you will find some routines and responsibilities we will follow to help us enjoy a spectacular year of thinking and learning!
     
    Supplies: Please make sure three sharpened pencils are placed in your child’s school bag each day.
     
    Absences: When students are absent, they are responsible for making up the work.   Students will have an “Absent Folder” on their desk when they return.  Your child must have the telephone number of at least two reliable members of the class.  A class list with phone numbers will be distributed as soon as possible.  Students have the same number of days they were gone, for example, if John misses 2 days of school, he would have 2 days after he returned to school to make up the work.  Much of our classroom activities cannot be done at home (group work, experiments, in-class games, buddy class activities, etc.), so regular attendance is encouraged.
     
    Independent Reading: All students are required to read at least 25 books of their choice a variety of genres, during the school year.  Unless instructed otherwise, they should read for at least one half hour each night.  Each child must fill in the reading log of books read in his/her Reading Log.  Children will also write a two to three paragraph letter to me about the book in their Literature Log every other month.  In addition, they will write a book recommendation for each book they finish.  
     
    Communication Friday Folder: All graded assignments, tests, and quizzes will be sent home every other Friday in this folder. Please review the work with your child, sign the cover sheet and return it to school by Monday. 
     
    Shining Star Award: Since we are an “All Star Class,” students will receive a special certificate when they exhibit one or more of the following traits:
     
    has a positive attitude                                   is hard working                              
    shows improvement                                      works to his or her potential
    listens attentively                                           helps others
    goes above and beyond                              is a good citizen
    is ready to learn                                            is outgoing               
    shows academic progress                          demonstrates leadership
     
    Peacemaker of the Week: On alternating Fridays, we - the children and I - will select those students who've most consistently exhibited the following peacemaking qualities:
    cares about others
    treats others with kindness and respect
    helps others
    works out conflicts without fighting
    is a good listener
    tells the truth
    knows that people are the same on the inside even if we look different on the outside.
     
    These students' photographs will be honored on our "Peacemaker of the Week," bulletin board.  
     
    Star of the Week: Every week a different student will be our special "Star of the Week".  This person will get to help in the classroom, and gets special privileges, like using the special roller chair, eating snack with friends at the back table, and leading the line all week.  At the end of the week, students will write a special message on a poster all about the "star" person.   It promises to be a special keepsake. 
      
    Grading: Intermediate grade students receive report card grades of 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.  Test grades, however, will be assigned using percentages.
     
    Effort: Students are always expected to turn in their best work.  Students are highly encouraged to correct low scores to make sure they understand what was being taught. 
     
    Water Bottles:  It would be great if students would bring and use a plastic water bottle with a spill-proof lid.  This ensures they are hydrated throughout the day!
     
    Conferences: Conferences are held in the Fall and on a as needed basis in the Spring. Parents will receive information about baseline testing data, learn about academic and social progress, and discuss questions and concerns. I look forward to meeting with you!  
     
    Snacks: Students may bring a healthy snack to eat midmorning.    Good items to send for a snack would be fruit or vegetables, applesauce, yogurt, cheese sticks, crackers, or juice.  Please DO NOT send items with lots of sugar in them (no candy, soda, etc.) We are a “Peanut Aware Classroom.”  Please do not send any peanuts, peanut butter, tree nuts or foods containing peanuts, peanut butter or tree nuts to be eaten as snacks in the classroom.   Thank you!
     
    100% Homework Club: Students have homework four nights a week, for approximately 60 minutes.  Students who turn in 100% of their homework ON TIME (meaning the first thing every morning) will become members of the 100% Homework Club!  Students must maintain a 100% average for the entire term to become lifetime members of this elite club.  At the end of each term students receive a certificate showing their accomplishment.  
     

    Since I am a strong believer in parent-teacher cooperation, I encourage and greatly appreciate any of your input in regards to you child’s strengths and weaknesses as a learner.  I will be contacting you throughout the year to update you on your child’s progress.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information about your child’s progress during the year.  Here’s to a great year working together!
     
    Sincerely,
    Miss Macaluso
     
     



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    Miss Macaluso’s All Star Class!
    September Newsletter

     
     
    Dear Parents,
     
    Welcome to Fourth Grade!   I am thrilled to be a partner with you in your child’s education!  Below you will find some routines and responsibilities we will follow to help us enjoy a spectacular year of thinking and learning!
     
    Supplies: Please make sure three sharpened pencils are placed in your child’s school bag each day.
     
    Absences: When students are absent, they are responsible for making up the work.   Students will have an “Absent Folder” on their desk when they return.  Your child must have the telephone number of at least two reliable members of the class.  A class list with phone numbers will be distributed as soon as possible.  Students have the same number of days they were gone, for example, if John misses 2 days of school, he would have 2 days after he returned to school to make up the work.  Much of our classroom activities cannot be done at home (group work, experiments, in-class games, buddy class activities, etc.), so regular attendance is encouraged.
     
    Independent Reading: All students are required to read at least 25 books of their choice a variety of genres, during the school year.  Unless instructed otherwise, they should read for at least one half hour each night.  Each child must fill in the reading log of books read in his/her Reading Log.  Children will also write a two to three paragraph letter to me about the book in their Literature Log every other month.  In addition, they will write a book recommendation for each book they finish.  
     
    Communication Friday Folder: All graded assignments, tests, and quizzes will be sent home every other Friday in this folder. Please review the work with your child, sign the cover sheet and return it to school by Monday. 
     
    Shining Star Award: Since we are an “All Star Class,” students will receive a special certificate when they exhibit one or more of the following traits:
     
    has a positive attitude                                   is hard working                              
    shows improvement                                      works to his or her potential
    listens attentively                                           helps others
    goes above and beyond                              is a good citizen
    is ready to learn                                            is outgoing               
    shows academic progress                          demonstrates leadership
     
    Peacemaker of the Week: On alternating Fridays, we - the children and I - will select those students who've most consistently exhibited the following peacemaking qualities:
    cares about others
    treats others with kindness and respect
    helps others
    works out conflicts without fighting
    is a good listener
    tells the truth
    knows that people are the same on the inside even if we look different on the outside.
     
    These students' photographs will be honored on our "Peacemaker of the Week," bulletin board.  
     
    Star of the Week: Every week a different student will be our special "Star of the Week".  This person will get to help in the classroom, and gets special privileges, like using the special roller chair, eating snack with friends at the back table, and leading the line all week.  At the end of the week, students will write a special message on a poster all about the "star" person.   It promises to be a special keepsake. 
      
    Grading: Intermediate grade students receive report card grades of 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.  Test grades, however, will be assigned using percentages.
     
    Effort: Students are always expected to turn in their best work.  Students are highly encouraged to correct low scores to make sure they understand what was being taught. 
     
    Water Bottles:  It would be great if students would bring and use a plastic water bottle with a spill-proof lid.  This ensures they are hydrated throughout the day!
     
    Conferences: Conferences are held in the Fall and on a as needed basis in the Spring. Parents will receive information about baseline testing data, learn about academic and social progress, and discuss questions and concerns. I look forward to meeting with you!  
     
    Snacks: Students may bring a healthy snack to eat midmorning.    Good items to send for a snack would be fruit or vegetables, applesauce, yogurt, cheese sticks, crackers, or juice.  Please DO NOT send items with lots of sugar in them (no candy, soda, etc.) We are a “Peanut Aware Classroom.”  Please do not send any peanuts, peanut butter, tree nuts or foods containing peanuts, peanut butter or tree nuts to be eaten as snacks in the classroom.   Thank you!
     
    100% Homework Club: Students have homework four nights a week, for approximately 60 minutes.  Students who turn in 100% of their homework ON TIME (meaning the first thing every morning) will become members of the 100% Homework Club!  Students must maintain a 100% average for the entire term to become lifetime members of this elite club.  At the end of each term students receive a certificate showing their accomplishment.  
     

    Since I am a strong believer in parent-teacher cooperation, I encourage and greatly appreciate any of your input in regards to you child’s strengths and weaknesses as a learner.  I will be contacting you throughout the year to update you on your child’s progress.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information about your child’s progress during the year.  Here’s to a great year working together!
     
    Sincerely,
    Miss Macaluso
     
     



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