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Riley Schenk

Dates to Know

February 24: Spring Pictures: Individual and Group
March 3: Conferences
March 8: Conferences
March 11-22: Spring Break 
April 15: April Day
May 19: Last Day of School

What We Are Learning

6.1 Time to the Half Hour
6.2 2 Digit Number Stories
6.3 Exploring True/False, Doubles, and Shapes
6.4 Introducing Near Doubles
6.5 Recording Near Doubles Strategies
6.6 Introduce Making 10
6.7 Introducing My Reference Book
6.8 Open Response
6.9 Understanding Equivalence
6.10 More Place Value
6.11 Place Value Application
6.12 Assessment
7.1 Fact Families
7.2 More Fact Families
7.3 Relating Special Addition and Subtraction Facts
7.4 More Subtraction Fact Strategies
7.5 Attributes of Shapes
7.6 Exploring Attributes
7.7 Defining and Non-defining Attributes
7.8 Finding Unknowns: What's my rule?
7.9 Open Response: Patterns
7.10 Addition Facts: What's my rule?
7.11 Digital Clocks
7.11a Making Fair Shares
7.12 Assessment 
8.1 Identifying and Building Shapes with Defining Attributes
8.2 Halves
8.3 Fourths
8.4 Open Response: Partition Polygon
8.5 Combining 2-Dimensional Shapes
8.6 3-Dimensional Shapes
8.7 Exploring Composition of Shapes
8.8 Time to the Half Hour
8.9 Data
8.10 Number Grid Puzzles
8.11 Mentally Finding 10 More and 10 Less
8.12 Assessment
Feb. 22-25
Reading: Tomas Rivera
    Learning About: oa/ow, sequence of events
Grammar: future tense

Feb. 28-Mar. 4

Reading: Little Rabbits Tale
    Learning About: compound words, short vowel e (ea)
    Grammar: prepositions and prepositional phrases

Mar. 7-10
Reading: The Garden from Toad and Frog
    Learning About: r-controlled ar/or, story structure
    Grammar: pronouns

Mar. 23-Apr.1
Reading: Amazing Animals
    Learning About: r-controlled: ir, er, ur, conclusions

    Grammar: The Pronouns I and me

Apr. 4-8

Reading: Whistle for Willie
    Learning About: vowel digraph oo, syllable pattern cvc, cause and effect

    Grammar: Possessive

Apr. 11-14

Reading: A Tree is a Plant
Learning About: Vowel Digraphs/Spelling Patterns oo, ou, ew, ue, u, u_e
Grammar: Review Pronouns

About Me

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Hello! My name is Miss Schenk. This will be my first-year teaching in the classroom!  I graduated from Oklahoma State University in December 2020, and I am so excited to join the Centennial family. I enjoy spending time with my family, watching movies, and being outside! I am excited to be your child’s teacher and look forward to a wonderful year! 

Contact Information

Riley Schenk
1st grade Teacher
405-266-6466 Ext. 3209
Plan time: 1:30-2:15

Daily Schedule

7:40 School begins
11:20-11:45 Lunch
11:45-12:10 Recess
1:30-2:15 Specials
2:35 Dismissal

Library checkouts each Tuesday