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Aloha First Grade Families!

 

We had a great start to our second quarter of distance learning! We all agree that our students are in the grove of on-line learning and are ready to learn! Here reminders and information for this quarter.

 

We are looking forward to another quarter of Distance Learning. There will be a school wide Report Card and Packet pick-up for all distance learning students from Monday, October 26 to Wednesday, October 28, from 11:00am-3:00pm in our Office Front Loop(See Flyer below). Your child's teacher will contact you through Class Dojo if they will have an additional second quarter pick-up date prior to this date.

 

Second Quarter Report Card and Packet Pickup

 
Here is the schedule for November. With so many holidays during this month, our school has adjusted our schedule.  Please take note of these changes in your calendar. Thank you!
 
November Revised Schedule
 
Our resource classes for second quarter will remain the same.  Please refer to the schedule below for each week's color. 
Resource Schedule
 
 
As we begin our second distance learning quarter, we would like to give you some suggestions and tips:
  • Help your child become independent at basic skills tech skills: like logging on/off meetings, muting/unmuting, adjusting volume, changing view so they can see teacher.  Train your child to only ask for your help with trouble shooting.
  • Resist the urge to sit next to your child during learning.  At this point in the school year, your child is, for the most part, independent and knows when to ask the teacher for help.  Your child's teacher can best help your child when she knows your child's strengths and needs.  Helping your child become independent in their distance learning will help the transition back to face-to-face learning an easier one.
  • Use breaks for rest for computer and exercise! Your child will be sitting in front of their computer for long stretches of time. Encourage them to use the breaks in the day to stretch, walk the dog, or do jumping jacks — any movement helps!
  • Give grace to yourself, your child, the school, and teachers. We are are all learning together and trying our best to make this the best learning experience for your child.  
 
Thank you again for all your support and patience during this time.  Now, more than ever, it is taking a village to raise our keiki.  We appreciate all your efforts in making distance learning possible.
 
Sincerely,
S

🥰 Ms. Manliguis D101

🥰 Ms. Forges D102

🥰 Mrs. Kurashima D103

🥰 Ms. Tolentino D104   

🥰 Mrs. Salvido TB3

🥰 Mrs. Ko TB4