Now that the school year is in full swing, your student has homework! Establishing good study habits early in the year can create routines that benefits your entire family. Take a look at this short video for suggestions. Parenting expert Jackie Insinger shares science-backed tips to make learning more productive and less stressful for your child.
Please join us for the General Membership PTA meeting in the Library with Special Guest Speaker from the 2013-2014 Family Focus Forum
The first day of school for grades 2-5 is Tuesday, September 2, 8 AM - 2:20 PM.
The Kindergarten and 1st Grade schedule for the first week of school is:
Tuesday, Sept 2: Last names that begin with A-F
Wednesday, Sept 3: Last names that begin with G-M
Thursday, Sept 4: Last names that begin with N-Z
Are you and your child undertaking the monumental journey into Kindergarten this year? Check out this article for tips to help both you and your child during this important (and exciting) transition: http://themotherlist.com/8-best-tips-moms-kindergartners-seasoned-school-moms/
Author Vicki Little suggests these eight strategies:
It's that time of year again when families are readjusting their schedules to accommodate school! An important part of being ready to learn is getting enough sleep. Elementary-aged children need 10-11 hours of sleep every night! If your child needs to get up at 6:30am in order to catch the bus and be at school before the first bell, that means they need to be in bed at 8:00pm!
Thursday, Aug. 28th Open House, Sir Readalot’s Kingdom of Castles Bookfair & Medieval Renaissance Faire
You are hereby requested to attend an event during Holcomb Elementary’s Open House On the 28th of August from 3:30 to 5:30pm
Sir Readalot’s Kingdom of Castles Bookfair & Medieval Renaissance Faire
(sponsored by PTA)
Featuring Castle Themed Bounce Houses, Face Painting, Kona Ice, Themed Actors, and much, much MORE! Costume Contest!!