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August 21, 2013

You are invited to come in and visit our Computer Lab and work right along with your student as we build mathematical and reading skills.

K5 is learning the alphabets and the letter sounds.  Help your student by reading and recognizing letters on bill-boards, signs, and other written print on walls in stores or where ever you move about in the Greenville and other areas.

Students are working on building basic mathematical facts such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.  Help your student learn these facts by making flash-cards, sing them, dance them, play games, challenge each other, have a family contest, do whatever is necessary to help your student learn their basic mathematical facts.

Websites that can assist students with learning their basic mathematical facts and reading skills:  aaamath.com, multiplication.com, coolmath.com, abcya.com, and starfall.com. PBSkids.com, SpellingCity.com,
Fun School, Flocabulary - Five Elements of a Story, Math Flashcads, Storybird, Edheads, Phonics, Destiny Quest, and many more.

Please read to your student or have your student read to you.  Challeng your student to read signs, bill-boards, and other writing material that you may see in the Greenville and surrounding areas.  Turn it into a game.  Build vocabulary as your student learn new words.

 Please feel free to come by and observe your student's progress as we work in Compass Odyssey, a computer program tailored to meet your student's individaul academic needs.

Beginning on Monday September 23,  2013, the computer lab will be open to students who are in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.  This is the Compass Kid's class, and is set up to give additional math tutoring for students who are challenged in basic mathematical skills involving Numbers and Operations.  Students will be building basic mathematical skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as other more complex mathematical applications.  This class is from 7:15 am to 7:45 am.  You will be contacted to see if your student is involved.  If your student is involved, please make every effort to ensure that your student is present and on time.  Thank you.

Mr. R. Williams