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Hello, my name is Jeleah Kreminski,
     This is my eight amazing year at Athlos Leadership Academy.  I am very excited to teach first grade for this upcoming school year! I was born and raised in Crystal Minnesota. I obtained my Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with a Pre-Kindergarten Endorsement from Metropolitan State University, specializing in Urban Education, and Public Achievement. I have worked for many years as a Pre-Kindergarten teacher, at Head Start and also a private school where I worked as a Mentor Teacher. 
      I currently live with my family here in Brooklyn Park. In my free time I love learning, spending time with my family, outdoor activities and teaching zumba at the gym. 

Can’t wait for an amazing year! 
Ms. Jeleah Kreminski ext. 8812
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Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

 

Math: We will be reviewing addition word problems and different ways to solve them as well as number pairs of ten. 

Language Arts: We will be reviewing reading comprehension and sentence structure. We will have an assessment on both this week. 

No Spelling this week. Since this is the last week before the end of the tri, Spelling time will be used for catching students up on assessments that they have missed. 

Upcoming School events:

No School 12/2

Winter Tree Parade 12/16

Dress like an animal 12/16

Winter Break 12/16-1/2

Other reminders and notes:

Please send warm clothing with your student for recess.
 
Jeleah Kreminski

E-Learning Packets

 

Attached is an eLearning packet. This packet has already been sent home with your student. Please keep it in a safe place. It will be used if your student needs to learn from home in case of school closures due to weather. Thank you and let me know if you have any questions!

 

Look at the Week 11-14

Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

 

Math: We will review unit 3. We will be taking unit 3 test Thursday.  

Homework:  We will have math homework every night.

Language Arts: We will continue practicing our story elements and the central message. We will also be practicing the parts of sentences. 

Homework: Please practice your student's sight words and read for 20minutes. 

 

This week's spelling words are: 

out

into

him

who

her

but

this

all

your

you

Science: This week we will learn how earth material is used to make roads and how we use clay to make pottery. 

Upcoming School events:

Butterbraid Fundraiser (going on now)

Crazy hair day Nov. 18.

Picture retake day Nov. 22

NO SCHOOL NOV. 23-25

 

Other reminders and notes:

Next week is a two-day school week. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Look at the Week 11-8-22

Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

 

Math: We will continue unit 3, learning adding and subtracting story problems and skip counting by 2's,5's and 10's.

Homework:  Students will have math homework every night! 

Language Arts: We will continue practicing our story elements and the central message. We will also be practicing complete of sentences. 

Homework: Please practice your student's sight words and read for 10-20 minutes. 

Spelling: Spelling test will be on Friday. This weeks words are:

little,are,ago,of,be,where,ride,saw.there & three.

Science: This week we will continue to learn about rocks and earth material. We will find things that are made out of rock.

Upcoming School events:

Crazy Hair Day!! Nov. 18th

No School Nov. 23-25 Thanksgiving break 

Butterbraid Fundraiser (going on now)

Jeleah Kreminski

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Book Fair Tomorrow!

 
 

Hello first grade families,

The class will be taking a trip to the school book fair tomorrow Tuesday, November 1st. To look at and buy books. If you would like your child to buy a book you can send money with them to school tomorrow. Please place it in an envelope or baggie.

Thanks,

Ms. Kreminski

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Look at the Week 10/31

 
 

Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

 

Math: We will be doing Halloween themed math fun on Monday and Tuesday! The rest of the week, we will be continuing unit 3 with lessons 3-6,3-7, and 3-8. 

Homework:  Students will have math homework nightly.

Remember: Homework is mandatory and graded. 

 

Language Arts: We will be doing group work on Monday and Tuesday--practicing working together. We will also be practicing our story elements and be introduced to the central message. 

Homework: Please practice your student's sight words and read for 10-20 minutes. 

 

Here are the spelling words for this week: 

my 

up

last

not

us

am

good

time

have

blue

Upcoming School events:

Book Fair (Oct.31- Nov.3)

Butterbraid Fundraiser (Nov. 3)

NO SCHOOL NOV.7

Parent-teacher conferences (Nov. 7)

 

Other reminders and notes:

Here is a note from Mrs. Geraghty

In celebration of this beautiful fall we have accomplished together, on Monday, October 31, we will be hosting a "fall celebration" in classrooms. Students and staff are welcome to dress up as their favorite animal, color, superhero, food, sparkly princess, book character, sports hero, or anything else appropriate. We just ask that students not wear violent costumes and no weapons or tools of ay kind! It is a time to celebrate our hard work this fall and have some fun!!!! family members who dress up during AM drop off and PM pick up, we will be passing out treats to parents/ guardians during these times! 

 

Jeleah Kreminski

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Look at the Week 10-24

 
 

Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

Math: We will be Starting Unit 3 and working on various tools to help us count. 

Homework: Students will have math homework every night. Homework is mandatory and graded. 

Language Arts: We will be practicing our retelling skills and we will be reviewing nouns and verbs.  Sentences with noun and verb assessment will be on Friday. 

Homework: Please practice your student's sight words and read for 20 minutes each night.

Science: We will begin our unit on rocks, sand and silt. This week students will learn about what is made from rocks and the properties of rocks. 

Spelling: Please practice spelling words nightly. Spelling assessment will be on Friday. 

Here are the spelling words for this week: 

funny 

away

said

come

went

he

you

will

we

an

Upcoming School events:

Picture day (October 24)

Book Fair (Oct.31- Nov.3)

Butterbraid Fundraiser (Nov. 3)

NO SCHOOL NOV.7

Virtual Parent-teacher conferences (Nov. 7)

 

Other reminders and notes:

Please work on shoe tying at home with our students, it will help our day run more smoothly:).

Please remind your students to follow school and classroom rules.

Jeleah Kreminski

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Look at the Week 10-17

Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

 

Math: We will be finishing up unit 2 with our test on Wednesday. Children will show their knowledge of change-to-more and change-to-less situations using change diagrams. We will be using number models to represent such situations.

Homework: Students will have math homework nightly.

 

Language Arts: We will be reviewing character, setting, and beginning, middle, and end. 

Homework: Please practice your student's sight words and read for 10-20

Language Skills: We will work on what needs to be capitalized in a sentence. We will take a capitalization assessment on Wednesday. 

NO SPELLING THIS WEEK

 

Upcoming School events:

NO SCHOOL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY THIS WEEK

Bingo for Books (October 18)

Picture day/Free dress day (October 24) 

Jeleah Kreminski

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Look at the Week 10/10

Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

 

Math: We will be continuing on in unit 2. Children will continue to work with change-to-more and change-to-less situations using change diagrams. We will be using number models to represent such situations. We will be taking unit 2 assessment on Friday

Homework: Students will have math homework every night. Remember: if a student does not bring their homework back completed, they will need to complete it during recess. 

Language Arts: We will be reviewing character, setting, and beginning, middle, and end.

Homework: Please practice your student's sight words and read for 10-20 minutes at home each night. 

Spelling: Study spelling words each night, spelling test will be on Friday. 

This week's spelling words are:

Now

see

man

can

in

no

the

so

run

ten

Social Studies: We will review or lessons on citizenship and government.

Language: We will be learning about capitalization, assessment will be on Friday.  

Upcoming School events:

Dress like a superhero day (Oct 14)

Bingo for Books (October 18)

Picture day (October 24)

 

Other reminders and notes:

Dress for the weather, we go outside everyday.

Please check your child's folder nightly.

Make sure students are completing math,reading/sight words and spelling  homework nightly.

Please talk to your student about following school and classroom rules. 

We will have a class president weekly, we will be voting for a new class president Monday. 

Jeleah Kreminski

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Room 233

 

Look at the Week

Here is a snapshot of our week ahead!

 

Math: We will be continuing on in unit 2-- learning about tally marks, tens frames, and partners of 10!  

Homework Remember: if a student does not bring their homework back completed, they will need to complete it during recess.

Language Arts: We will be reviewing character, setting, and beginning, middle, and end in the stories we read. 

Homework: Please practice your student's sight words and read for 10-20 minutes at home each night. 

Social studies: We will learn about the importance of the US flag. 

Upcoming School events:

Bingo for Books (October 18)

Picture day (October 24)

Other reminders and notes:

Please work on shoe tying at home with our students, it will help our day run more smoothly:).

Check your child's folder every night!

Dress for the weather, we go outside everyday! 

Remind your child to follow school rules and expectations. 

Have great week! 

 

Look at the week 9/26

 

 

Important Reminders:

Homework:

Students will have homework daily. Please check their homework folder nightly. Items in the home side of the folder please take out and keep at home. Items in the school side of the folder need to be completed and sent back to school the next day. Student should keep their sight words in their school side of their folder and be practicing them daily. Students will also have one math activity worksheet to complete every night and return to school in the morning. Please have your child reading and working on sight words for at least twenty minutes each night.

 

Snack:

We have snack very day, please send a healthy snack with your students daily.

 

Gym:

We have gym every day, please make sure students have gym shoes at school. Students can leave a pair of shoes at school for gym if you’d like.

 

Weather:

Please prepare for MN weather, most days we will go outside for recess sometimes twice.

 

Behavior:

Please remind your child to listen and follow school rules. If students are breaking school rules they will be held accountable. Practicing following school rules, missing recess time, parent phone calls and spending time with the school behavior team (SST), could be a few of consequences.  

This Week...

Math: We will continue to work on representing numbers using number lines, counters, and number grids. Students will also be adding and subtracting as well as comparing numbers. This week we will begin Unit 2. The beginning of unit 2 focuses on partners of 10 as well as the adding and subtraction switch partner rule.

Students will have math homework every night.

 

ELA: We will continue to learn about character traits, describing the setting and characters in a story, and introducing Beginning, Middle, and End. We will be assessing describing a character this week.

 

Social Studies: This week we will learn about the president and how the president is elected.  

Look at the Week 9-19 and Important Reminders

 

Hello 1st Grade Families,

 

We have had a great start to the school year! We have enjoyed getting to know each other, school rules and routines.

 

Important Reminders:

Homework:

Students will have homework daily. Please check their homework folder nightly. Items in the home side of the folder please take out and keep at home. Items in the school side of the folder need to be completed and sent back to school the next day. Student should keep their sight words in their school side of their folder and be practicing them daily. Students will also have one math activity worksheet to complete every night and return to school in the morning. Please have your child reading and working on sight words for at least twenty minutes each night.

 

Snack:

We have snack very day, please send a healthy snack with your students daily.

 

Gym:

We have gym every day, please make sure students have gym shoes at school. Students can leave a pair of shoes at school for gym if you’d like.

 

Weather:

Please prepare for MN weather, most days we will go outside for recess sometimes twice.

 

Behavior:

Please remind your child to listen and follow school rules. If students are breaking school rules they will be held accountable. Practicing following school rules, missing recess time, parent phone calls and spending time with the school behavior team (SST), could be a few of consequences.  

 

 

This Week...

Math: We will continue to work on representing numbers using number lines, counters, and number grids. Students will also be adding and subtracting as well as comparing numbers. We will review unit one and unit test.

 

ELA: We will continue to learn about character traits, describing the setting and characters in a story, and introducing Beginning, Middle, and End. 

 

Social Studies: We will be discussing how to be a good citizen. We have discussed that good citizens are responsible, with helping hands, careful listening ears, kind words, and thinking about good choices. We will be taking a good citizen assessment this week. Then start to learn about the flag.

 

MN SPORTS/FREE DRESS DAY!!!

Hello 1st grade families,
Tomorrow Friday, 15th is free dress day for all Athlos students! 
 

It is our first Free Dress day 😊 Students do not have to wear uniforms!