Welcome to Ms. Schlerf’s Blended Learning Classroom
Hip! Hip! Hooray!
I've got something exciting to say!
The time has now come -
for our class to meet as one -
April 6th is that special day!
Yes, it is true...starting after spring break---Tuesday, April 6, we will be in school...in person...all of us at the same time!
School hours will remain the same 8:40-3:20
Minimum Day Thursdays 8:40 - 12:10
Please bring all text books back to school with you. Since there are quite a few, you may send them to school in this priority order:
1. Wonders Anthologies (all of them including softcover and hardback)
2. Your Turn Workbook.
3. ALL unused Color math sheets
4. Science and Close Reading Companion.
5. Purple Social Studies
6. All Poems ,packets, etc.
7. Anything else I forgot.
Room 10 is the BEST!!!
I am so glad you are here!
Please be sure to look at the classroom tabs to keep up to date on class and school information. (***Special attention to SPELLING for our weekly list and ANNOUNCEMENTS/HELLO ROOM 10 for our ASYNCHROUS THURSDAY LINE UP***)I AM SO PROUD OF MY CLASS! PLEASE BE SAFE
Contact Information: District Email to: Laura_Schlerf@chino.k12.ca.us
•Virtual office hours
Community and Technology Support
Monday - Friday 8:00 to 3:00pm
(909) 628-1202 ext 1080
Reading is such a big part of first grade. Once your child has the beginning skills required to be successful in reading the only way to improve is to practice, practice, practice. You are encouraged to read at home daily for both practice and pleasure!!
120 minutes English Language Arts
120 minutes Math
64 minutes Science/Social Studies
P.E. is 200 minutes for 10 days or 100 minutes for 5 days.
30 minutes DELD - Designated English Language Development
30 minutes second step
30 minutes ELA support
30 minutes Math support
20 minutes DELD
Parents and Students: please check the Announcements: Hello Room 10 Page frequently for the most up to date information.
Students may access Savvas Math and McGraw-Hill Wonders sites on their Classlink https://launchpad.classlink.com/chino
Reading is such a big part of first grade. Once your child has the beginning skills required to be successful in reading, the only way to improve is by practice, practice, practice. You are encouraged to read at home daily for both practice and pleasure!!