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2022-09-23T07:17:26-05:00

Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program Access with the link below. https://mocap.mo.gov/ https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/Policy/ViewPolicy.aspx?S=509&revid=F6c1RPPsf0GPKUlwhVvrSQ==&PG=6&st=mocap&mt=Exact https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/Policy/ViewPolicy.aspx?S=509&revid=GhE5TyVlp9oUfU7fy4lJQw==&PG=6&st=mocap&mt=Exact

MOCAP information2022-09-23T07:17:26-05:00

Safe Return to Learning Plan

2022-09-22T16:11:35-05:00

Dear Kingston K-14 Families, I want to begin by saying “Thank you” for your continued support throughout the 2021-2022 school year. I am so proud of the way we worked together to make our students' safety and learning a priority. We are moving forward with a plan to continue with a safe, in-person school year for 2022-2023 with a scheduled start date of Wednesday, August 24, 2022. This plan could change at any time between now and the start of school based on community spread and recommendations by state and local health officials or DESE. We must understand the possibility [...]

Safe Return to Learning Plan2022-09-22T16:11:35-05:00

Expert Reading Advice for Grades K-2

2022-09-23T07:49:47-05:00

Answers to the most frequently asked questions of reading experts.Q: How can I help my kindergartner learn how to read? I don't know how to help her.A: There are some simple things that you can do at home to support her learning at school. First and foremost, read aloud to her every night, without exception. Reading aloud is the perfect tool to promote the pleasure and enjoyment of reading and to offer her a good model (you) of what reading is all about.Second, play language games to help her become aware of the sounds of language. In order to learn to read, children must be [...]

Expert Reading Advice for Grades K-22022-09-23T07:49:47-05:00

5 Ways to Team Up With Your Child’s Teacher

2022-09-23T07:50:25-05:00

Attend open-house events to learn about class goals and policies. Keep in touch through email, notes, phone calls, and conferences. Ask what level books your child should be reading, and know the titles she’s reading for class. Read teacher-recommended titles with your child at home to reinforce key skills and words. Get involved by joining a parent association or volunteer in the classroom. Taken from https://www.scholastic.com/parents/school-success/school-involvement/partner-your-childs-grade-k-2-teacher.html

5 Ways to Team Up With Your Child’s Teacher2022-09-23T07:50:25-05:00

More Reading, Please!

2022-09-23T07:50:58-05:00

Why etiquette and politeness may breed good reading skills.Every time you encourage your child to say "please" or "thank you," you might also be giving his or her reading a boost. The Stanford University School of Education recently released a study linking social graces and reading success. While the results are speculative, I think we all agree that it is important to educate the whole child by addressing intellectual, social, emotional, and physical needs.From her experience as a primary teacher, Francie Alexander, observed that children who were careful of the feelings of others also seemed to be more attentive and focused when it [...]

More Reading, Please!2022-09-23T07:50:58-05:00
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