First Grade — Mrs. Cody

Week of Jan. 20th

What is 1st Grade Learning? 


Please Note...


  • Students will have a social studies test on Tuesday over Unit 2, Lesson 5.  They should have brought home their social studies book this past Friday afternoon for review. 
  • Ice Cream Sundaes:  Four eighth graders, who have been selected to participate in the L.E.A.D. organization, have created a service project. Our service project focuses on delicious ice-cream sundaes which supports the Ozaukee County K9 Unit. To participate in this event, purchase a ticket for a minimum donation of $1.00 before school on January 25, 28, and 29 by the trophy case in the South Wing. Once you have purchased a ticket, bring it to lunch on January 31 to receive your ice cream sundae! All donations directly support the Ozaukee County K9 Unit. (You can find more information about this organization on this link). Thank you for your support!
  • Save the Date!!   The 9th Annual St. Paul Trivia Night is Saturday, February 16. Start gathering your teams of up to (8) people. Registration forms will be available in January.


  • Students will bring home two new books in their book bag each Monday. In addition, their book bag will contain their sight word booklets. Again, there is no official requirement for reading these book bag books or practicing the sight words, but I recommend that your child read and reread these books several times throughout the week as a way to achieve their 20 minutes. 
  • Please see the links at the right for the following updated schedules: Student of the Week, Reading Road Race Rally Souvenirs, and Reading Ladies Treats.
  • Your child will bring home a reading log every Friday so that they can logging their minutes read. The log should be kept in the 3rd clear sleeve of the D.O.T. folder. Reminder: students are expected to read 20 min, 4x each week in order to receive their Reading Road Race Rally souvenir.
  • Thank you to Nicole Goetter and Sam McCarthy for offering to help as room parents/ class liaison this year! 
  • Your child will be bringing home their assignment notebook and DOT folder each day. Please look over both when they get home, checking their assignment notebook for that day's assignments, and clearing out the "Left at Home" pocket. Thanks!
  • It is important that you designate a place for your child's completed school work that has been returned until the end of each trimester. This is an amazing help in cases where an assignment is completed but not handed in, or if I make a mistake in entering a grade. Thank you!
  • As convenient as it may be, please do not use the daycare doors for entering or leaving the school. 


  Mark Your Calendars!


  • Thurs. 1/17-Sat. 1/26  - Scholastic Book Fair
  • Sun. 1/27 -  Students K-8 sing for Worship.
  • Sun. 1/27-Fri. 2/1  - National Lutheran Schools Week
  • Thurs. 1/31  - All Pro Dad Breakfast @7:15am in FLC
  • Thurs. 1/31-  PT Conferences
  • Fri. 2/1  - PT Conferences/ HALF DAY - NOON DISMISSAL (no lunch)
  • Wed. 2/13  - Class Chapel



***** Student of the Week: Jameson Neumann!*****