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Franklin Borough School
Grade 1

 

Teachers can be contacted by calling (973)-827-9775 and entering the extension next to their names.

 

Teaching Staff


Mrs. Bridget Campana - ext. 468

Mrs. Laurie Black - ext. 444

Mrs. Melissa Fanuel - ext. 452

Mrs. Michele Fuzia - ext. 458

Mrs. Kelly Snyder - ext. 455

Ms. Melissa Storch - ext. 427

 

Mrs. Black, Mrs. Fanuel, Mrs. Snyder
lblack@fboe.org | mfanuel@fboe.org | ksnyder@fboe.org

 

 First Grade News- June
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As the school year comes to an end, it is time to reflect on the amazing development that has occurred throughout our magical moments together in first grade. The closing of our learning phase comes with mixed feelings of saying our good-byes for the summer, along with excitement about fun and play, and the anticipation of becoming a second grade student!

 

We had a successful and fantastic year because of your involvement and support of your child’s education.

 

Reminders:
Please refer to the student calendar, Facebook, or the fboe.org website for all of the important and fun-filled events our school has planned for the children.

 

Continue to check your child’s folder each night and look for invitations for individual class awards ceremonies, and maintain folder procedures for homework and handouts.

 

Remember flip-flops may not be worn to school. Children need to wear sneakers on gym days. Library will end on June 5th. The first graders will receive a summer packet to help reinforce and maintain skills learned throughout the year.

 

Language Arts- Reading Wonders - We will complete all Unit 6 components throughout the month of June. We loved exploring the variety of literature genres this year. We had a fabulous time making connections to our essential questions.

 

Writing- We continue to develop our skills and meet individual goals to write stories, reading response projects, and sentence enhancers. Students will engage in prewriting strategies, editing, and using punctuation.

 

Math- We will complete Chapter 12 Geometry concepts, continue basic +/- facts for ongoing learning and training. Students will complete an End-of-the-Year Assessment in which the review lessons will help to reinforce and strengthen key concepts and topics learned in first grade.

 

Have a safe, healthy, happy, and FANTASTIC SUMMER!
 

Mrs. Campana
bcampana@fboe.org
 

 

Although our days are numbered, our class plans to pack in as much as possible. I am so very proud of the students and their many accomplishments this school year. They are spectacular!

Watch for your summer packet of reading and math fun.

Have a splendid summer!

 

Mrs. Fuzia
mfuzia@fboe.org

June News

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It has been a wonderful year of teaching, learning, exploring and growing with your children! They have all made such strides and  they are proud of each of their accomplishments. 

Thank you to all my parents for your love and support! Happy summer!

 

Starting strong is good.

Finishing strong is epic.

Robin Sharma

 

Ms. Storch
mstorch@fboe.org  

The school year is coming to an end, and the students are excited for summer break. The students have really grown since the beginning of the year. I encourage you to set aside some time this summer to practice reading and math skills with your child. Have a wonderful summer!
Kindergarten Math:
The students will explore two-dimensional shapes and practice classifying them by color, shape, and size. Students will also make and read graphs. Students will collect data and use that information to create their own graph.

1st Grade Math:
Students will begin to explore fractional parts. We will learn how to show equal/unequal parts of a two-dimensional object. Students will use hands-on materials to represent parts of an object as halves, fourths, or a whole. Please continue to practice addition and subtraction facts at home.

2nd Grade Math:
Students will begin learning about measuring using metric units. Students will explore measurement through hands-on activities. They will estimate and measure objects in centimeters. Students will also practice solving problems involving adding and subtracting lengths.
 


 












 


 


 
 
 

Last update June 06, 2017