Ms. Ameryn Maestas » Kindergarten - Class of 2032

Kindergarten - Class of 2032

 
 
 
Dear Kindergarten families,
 
Welcome to Kindergarten at Bayfield Primary School!  I am excited to learn and grow with your child this year.  This is a special time; your child is beginning their official journey as a life-long learner.  They will learn invaluable social skills, increase their independence, and become part of a classroom of respectful and caring students.  They will also experience tremendous academic growth.
 
If you are a first time parent in the Bayfield School District, you will soon discover the amazing students, staff, and community we have.  I can't express how honored and privileged I feel to be a part of your child's education this year. 
 
I am excited to meet and work with you throughout the school year and would love for you to reach out to me with questions, concerns, or ideas. 
 
Sincerely,
 
Ameryn Maestas
 
 
P.S. Please see the links on the left sidebar, under the Wolverines, for helpful information on volunteering in the classroom, the supply list and calendar, and more!
 
 
 

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August Explore Schedule

Below is the Explore schedule for August.  
 
Please remember to wear athletic-style shoes on P.E. day, as well as on Science/Social Studies day (they often go out to the garden)!
 
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.
 
 
Date: Explore Class:
Tuesday, September 20th Science/Social Studies
Wednesday, September 21st P.E. 
Thursday, September 22nd Social Emotional Learning
Friday, September 23rd Library and Technology
Monday, September 26th Art/Spanish
Tuesday, September 27th Music
Wednesday, September 28th Science/Social Studies
Thursday, September 29th P.E.
Friday, September 30th Social Emotional Learning
 
 
- Ms. Maestas

Math Links and Information

Our math curriculum is called Bridges in Mathematics.
 
This letter provides a good summary of what we'll be exploring in kindergarten over the course of the year: Kindergarten Math Overview
 
This document provides a more detailed look at Unit 1 (there are eight total), which we will focus on during August and most of September.  Kindergarten Unit 1
 
If you have any questions, please let me know!
 
-Ms. Maestas

Literacy Links and Information

The reading curriculum we will be using this year is through the American Reading Company.  
 
A good overview of the kindergarten components can be found here: ARC Kindergarten Overview
 
As a part of our work, students will earn "steps" at home by reading to and with their family members and complete a 100 Book Challenge.  More information and answers to some frequently asked questions can be found here: 100 Book Challenge
 
More details will be coming soon!  
 
-Ms. Maestas

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