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Kindergarten Teacher Biography 

 

 

Hello! My name is Miss Jo-Vonah Little and I will be your child’s Kindergarten teacher this year. This will be my 3rd year teaching Kindergarten.  I have had the honor of attending and graduating from St. A’s. After graduating, I continued to serve the St. A’s school community. Any free time I had, most likely you would find me at the school. I have had the opportunity to work with the children through the summers and have helped in the office during the school years. Prior to COVID, I even had the opportunity to teach dance the past few years for the 4th-8th grade. This past year, I was able to teach dance for grades 1-3. I have an associate degree, bachelor's degree, and always eager to learn new things! I am super excited for the school year to begin so I can meet all of you. I look forward to learning and growing along with both the students and parents. I have always enjoyed going to school and my goal is for your children to feel the same way!  

 

Feel free to contact me anytime at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 
 
 

 

 


 

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https://photos.app.goo.gl/4faFjBKsvhuS3fJHA- Kindergarten 2023-2024

 


 

 

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IN CASE OF ANY LOGIN OR TECHNICAL ISSUES:

Contact Mr. Joseph

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(215)-424-5045 ext 310 from 8am to 3pm (Feel free to leave a message with your name and #, I will call you back)

 

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 Class News

 

2023-2024 Welcome Letter - Summer Assignments - Supply List

 

 REMINDER:

Please check Homework Folder every night! 

 Please return all forms as soon as possible!   

 

4/4/24- Spring Dance (casually dress to impress) 

4/5/24- 11:45 AM Dismissal 

4/5/24- Book orders due 

 

Pretzels are now $1.00. They are sold every other Tuesday. 

Gym Every Friday. Please wear proper gym uniform and bring a water bottle.

Play First in Math daily!

 

Homework week of : 4/2/24 

ELA: Complete “Final e” worksheets

  Sounds to Review  :final e- when there is a magic “e”, the “e” becomes silent and the 

   other vowel make its long sound

Review Letters/Sounds: Aa through Zz; blending sounds together to form words.

*Please read with your child at least 15-30 minutes each night.* (ask them to retell 

  key details in the story)

Sight words: No new sight words this week. Continue to review: the, a, see, and, I, can, you, by, to, my, at, am, go, is, no, has, in, it, on, yes, did, he, she, an, we, are, like, good, have many, all, be, so, will, come, of, do, with, what, that, was, as, me, but, for, they, this, there, want, where.

Math: Complete pages: “ 235, 237, 239”

Review:  counting numbers 0-100 counting numbers 0-30 forward and backwards; counting sequence; number words zero-twenty; forming the numbers 0-30; before; after; in between; greater than/more; less than/fewer; equal/same; skip counting by 10 and 5; addition/subtraction; using 10-frames; 2D and 3D shapes;

At Home Review: Telephone number; Birthday; Home address; mom/dad/guardian name; tying shoes; tucking in their shirts; zipping/unzipping jackets; buckling and unbuckling their belts. 

Optional Homework: Write a sentence for each sight word:  they, this, there, want, where. Math workbook pgs: “236, 238, 240”

 

 

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I am thrilled to welcome you and your children to the 2023-2024 school year! Listed below are a few tools that will help prepare your children for the first full day of school. The school day will run from 8:10am-2:45pm. Our first Full Day is Friday, September 8, 2023. The Breakfast Program begins Tuesday, September 5, 2023. The breakfast program will start at  6:30am and the students will be brought up to the classroom at  8:00am. CARES will begin Monday, September 11, 2023. CARES will take place from 2:45pm-5:30pm. 

Well rested: Make sure your child had a full night of sleep so they are able to focus and learn the next day. 

Uniform: The children are always to be in the regulation school uniform.

Snack: This year, the children will be asked to bring in their own  snack for the week. I will supply each child with a Ziploc bag to store the snacks in. Please provide 5 individually packed snacks in the bag, one for each day that will last until the end of the week. I will send home the Ziploc bag every Friday to be refilled for the next week. The children will need a snack for Friday, September 8th. The students must  bring their own refillable water bottle. No soda, juice, or glass bottles.

Lunch: The school provides hot lunch, but the students may bring their own lunch. If children bring their own lunch, please do not pack anything that needs to be refrigerated or reheated. Please work with your child on learning how to open food packages and drinks on their own. 

Nap time: Children will have about 45 minutes to rest. If the child chooses not to nap, they  will be given quiet activities to do.

Supplies: Please make sure the students have all of their supplies. All supplies should be labeled with their name.

Money: If you are sending in money, please make sure it is in an envelope or Ziploc bag with your child’s name, grade, the amount enclosed, and what the money's for. 

Homework: Homework will be assigned Monday and due Friday, unless you are notified otherwise. I will also assign optional homework if your child needs more of a challenge. 

How am I getting home?: Children should be aware of who is picking them up each day. If there are changes, please email me or notify the office. Children will not be released until I see the guardian who will pick them up. There is a form attached to this that will let me know the people who are able to pick up the children. The children will not be released to anyone not on the list. If children are not picked up by 3:00pm they will be sent to CARES.  

Communication: Any information that you will need will be in your child’s folder and posted on the school website. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. I will get back to you within 24 hours. If you would like to schedule a meeting with me, it must be in the morning before school starts or after school. 

~Ms. Little

 

 

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