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Important Information About Our Class!

Below you will find some important information about our classroom and school! Please feel free to reference this informaiton throughout the school year if you have any questions or concerns!



It is very important that the Transportation Information page be completed and returned to me on Open House night!  If you’ve accidentally taken this page home, return it on the first day of school.  It is vital that I know where your child is going and how he/she is getting there.  If you have concerns about who is allowed to pick up your child, please make me and the front office aware of your concerns.  I am aware that things do come up and last minute changes sometimes need to be made, but please let me –OR- the office aware of changes in transportation as soon as possible!  If you know in advance, it is best to let me know about changes in writing.



Be on the lookout for the class newsletter in your child’s Thursday envelope.  The newsletter is a great resource for keeping up-to-date on what’s happening in our classroom and important events such as field trips, testing schedules, changes in the calendar, etc.  Please be sure to take a few minutes each week to read the newsletter so that you can stay well informed of our classroom happenings!


Thursday Folders

At NES, we use Thursday folders to send home school fliers and announcements.  In your child’s take home folder on Thursdays, you will also find your child’s graded/checked activities from the previous week.  Please check your child’s backpack every Thursday for his/her work.  Take a few minutes to look through the information and graded papers with your child.  Folders need to be returned to school empty each Friday.


Drop Off & Pick Up

  • Drop off in the morning: Students who are car riders can be dropped off in front of NES.
  • Pick up in the afternoon: Students who are car riders can be picked up on the side of NES at the gym entrance or in the front of the building each afternoon.


Behavior Expectations

I have high expectations for my students.  I expect students to always try their hardest and do their best work.  Please realize that this does not mean that I expect perfection and only right answers from your child…just their very best effort!  In order to create an environment in which all students can succeed, I set the following rules in place in my classroom:

1. Follow directions quickly.

2. Raise your hand to speak.

3. Raise your hand to leave your seat.

4. Make smart choices.

5. Make your school family happy!


As a class, we will spend time during the first few weeks of school discussing what each rule means and what it “looks like”.  We will also visit “common areas” throughout the school (such as the cafeteria) to discuss the expectations for those areas.  We will have multiple discussions about the consequences of violating our classroom and school rules.   


Things You Can Do At Home To Help Your Child At School:

  • Make sure your child reads each night.
  • Ask your child to tell you about what they read.
  • Encourage your child to tell you about what they are learning at school.
  • Make sure they get enough sleep.
  • Ensure that they have plenty to eat and plenty of time to be active.  Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!



Our specials schedule goes on a five day rotation.  This means that if we miss a day of school, the rotation starts where it left off on the day we return.  The following is our specials schedule for this school year:


Day 1: Library/Technology

Day 2: Music

Day 3: Art

Day 4: Gym

Day 5: Club Day