Welcome to Mr. Dyer’s Blog…..the cadets have taken over!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mrs.Harris, all my students have been working hard on learning how to read, most of them were non-readers now they are at a level A!                                                                                                              Mrs.Lester: Happy birthday Sophia Haines. Look out for my pumpkin with the candle in it!

Mr.Cooper, Lucas Jackson is one of the most kind,caring students that I have ever been around! He always lends a hand to another student who needs it!                                                                               Mrs.Hornocker will be out for surgery next week she wants her students to follow the rules and to be doing their best!                                                                                                                                             Mrs.VanAlstyne said to please make sure your child has working headphones because with online curriculum it is necessary to have working headphones.

Mrs.King:free for all Friday is where she gets all kids working on all they know from that week. They get to choose their station but has to do every one though out the day.

Q: What do elves learn in school?
A: The elf-abet.

Happy Friday!

Music Class students are learning The Grand Old Flag for Veteran’s Day.

WOW!! :)

by Julieanne Reed on October 11, 2016

Posted in: Kindergarten

I am SO proud of the kindergartners this week!!! I just finished grading the assessments I gave them from last weeks goals and there was a lot of improvement from all of the kids. It took one week! Keep working at home with your students on sight words, letters, and numbers. It is really helping them grow in their reading and math skills 🙂

I’m Back!

by Lynzi Harris on October 10, 2016

Posted in: Kindergarten

Today was my first day back from maternity leave! It was great to be back in the classroom and see how much they have learned!

Tomorrow, Tuesday, is picture day at 22nd St.  Students must be in their school uniforms.

Newsletter 10.10

by Julieanne Reed on October 10, 2016

Posted in: Kindergarten

Here is the newsletter for Ms. Reeds Kindergarten class! We had an awesome time on our field trip.


10.3.16- Ms. Reed

by Julieanne Reed on October 4, 2016

Posted in: Kindergarten


Here is the newsletter for this week! Remember to turn in your permission slips for both the fire station AND the pumpkin patch 🙂 Have a great week!!


Spirit Wear Week for K-4, Pre-Academy and Academy!  (See regulations below!)


Tuesday, Sept. 6 Crazy Sock Day

Wear a Spirit Wear-approved shirt with jeans or appropriate sweat pants.  Wear crazy socks over the pants.  Hang crazy socks on your shirt!  You may wear tennis shoes.  NO shorts, joggers, leggings, jeggings, sandals, hats, or anything with holes. NO sagging.

Wednesday, Sept. 7 Marvel Comic Day

Dress as your favorite Marvel character, or wear a t-shirt with your favorite Marvel character on it.  You may wear jeans and tennis shoes.  NO masks, sweatpants, shorts, joggers, leggings, jeggings, sandals, capes, props, or anything with holes.  NO sagging.

Thursday, Sept. 8 Favorite Decade Day

Dress as if you lived during your favorite decade.  Appropriate wear would include jeans, poodle skirts, tie dye, etc.  NO shorts, joggers, leggings, jeggings, sandals, hats, or anything with holes.  Any skirts must adhere to regular uniform length or longer.  NO sagging.

Friday, Feb. 9 Extreme Spirit Wear Day

Go all out to support our Jets Football team!!  Show your Jet Pride! Blue hair, nails, and face paint are okay today ONLY.  All clothing must adhere to regular Spirit Wear guidelines.



by Julieanne Reed on August 22, 2016

Posted in: Kindergarten,Uncategorized

As we are coming to the end of the first month of school, I have been very impressed with the kiddos in room 35! We are working hard to learn our letters and letter sounds as well as many other things that will help us grow and get ready for first grade.

We have had a lot of stuffy runny noses. Please make sure to remind your child to keep their fingers and other objects out of their mouths and noses. I want to keep the germs to a minimum this year and that would help a lot to stop the spread of colds and the flu. Also, if you are able to, we would really like to have some Lysol spray in the classroom so the teachers can spray down surfaces that cannot be wiped down with the Clorox wipes that were on their supply list.

Keep reading with your child! If you do not have books at home, your local library is an excellent resource for children’s books. I have not been to the Anderson Library but I have heard it has an amazing children’s section. When your read with your child at home, that love for reading translates into the classroom. Thank you for helping support your child’s learning by reading with them!

Have a great week!


Ms. Reed

We are currently looking for donations of black leather belts of all sizes for our cadets K-12. If you have some extra or are willing to donate, please drop them off at your cadet’s front office, and we’ll help them find a home! THANK YOU!