Ms. Jennifer Smith

Kindergarten

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About the Teacher

     I graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2001, where I attained my Bachelor's of Fine Art degree.  I designed kitchens for seven years before deciding to go back to school to become a teacher.  In December 2011, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education.  I have taught both Kindergarten and Second grade for a total of twelve years.  

    I love children and I believe each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is my desire as a teacher to help students meet their highest potential and never give up.  

    I have two daughters who keep me very busy playing school and competitive volleyball.  

 

 


Announcements

Parents: 

  • If you change how your child gets home, please contact the school, send a note or text me on SchoolStatus. 
  • Please send a Healthy snack and drink daily.
  • Make sure your child has a change of clothes at school (shirt, pants, socks, and underwear)
  • Sign the behavior log daily
  • Homework will go home each Monday and will be due on Friday.
  •  Please practice tying shoes.   Image result for clip art tennis shoes

Please go to the Desoto County website and apply for free or reduced lunch.  Starting Oct. 13 you will have to pay for breakfast and lunch if you don't qualify.  schoollunchapp.com

 

Class Schedule:

7:10-7:45 Breakfast            

8:00-8:30 Heggerty

8:30-9:30 CKLA

9:30-10:00 Fundations phonics 

10:00-10:45 Math

10:50-11:25 lunch

11:25-12:25 Centers 

12:30-1:20 Activity

1:20-1:50 Recess

1:55-2:20 snack and rest

12:30 Buses start loading

 


 

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Math:

  • Be able to count to 50
  • Be able to count sets up to 10
  • Be able to write numbers 0-10
  • Recognize numbers 0-10
  • Recognize 2 -D shapes (square, rectangle, triangle,  hexagon, circle)
  • Be able to use position words (above, behind, next to, in front of, between, below)

ELA:

  • Identify parts of a book ( Title page, front cover, back cover and spine)
  • Be able to tell the jobs of the author / illustrator.
  • Ask and answer question when reading.
  • Identify lowercase letters and produce sounds 
  • Be able to write the lowercase letters correctly
  • Practice writing your name
  • Be able to participate in conversations small and large groups
  • Confirms understanding of a text
  • Be able to identify the characters, setting and events
  • Be able to retell a story

Heggerty:

  • Rhyming words (be able to tell if the words rhyme and be able to produce a rhyming word).
  • Compound words
  • Be able to identify the beginning sound, middle, and ending sounds
  • Listen to the sentence orally and count how many words are in the sentence. 
  • Add and delete Phonemes 

 


 

 

 

 

 




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