Primary School News

  • Welcome to Room #12

    Information from Mrs. Sledziewski

    classroom aides

    Mrs. Shaffer

    Ms. Saulter

    Contact information

    Primary building number 631 7471


    We are so excited to be working with your child!  

    We will be working on individual IEP goals as well as grade level expectations.

    We will individualize instruction to work at the level of your child


    Your child will bring home a yellow take home folder every night.

    The yellow folder will hold all important information.

    It is the first thing I look at when your child enters my room.

    All work will be inside this folder

    Please check the the take home folder nightly.  Any special notes or concerns can be written in this folder. 


    I highly encourage you to accept my invitation to the REMIND app. This is an easy and quick way to communicate.  Texts will go right to your phone!



    PBIS - We us a positive approach to behavior management.  Students are recognized and rewarded for doing the right thing.  We have school wide goals, where the entire school works towards a common goal as well as class goals.  Each time we fill up our bucket with earned tickets for good behavior- we will celebrate!

    The class will vote on what reward they will work for (ex. center time, playground, computer)

    My students will also periodically get rewarded by picking from the treasure box

    for showing good effort and working hard!




    **We have snack every day. 

    Please pack a small, healthy peanut free snack labeled with name.

    **Please send in a change of clothes in a labeled bag in case of an accident

    **Please wear or send sneakers every day

    **Please label ALL items sent into school


    PLEASE do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. 




     NIGHTLY Homework

    1. Read

    2. Read

    3. Read

    Reading to and with your child builds vocabulary, increases fluency, comprehension, rhyming....and besides it's FUN.

    Don't forget to record books read on their reading log.

    It is never too early or too late to establish a reading habit.