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Wasatch Elementary School

Last modified: August 19, 2022

Welcome to Miss. Munger’s Page

This 2022-2023 school year is going to be a great year! I look forward to working with you as a team throughout this school year to ensure the best possible experience for your child!

School Supply List: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19n1txOxMihMWsRrQIYdaOL5pLXGt1UCnkuuv9wutA3M/edit?usp=sharing

Calendar Of Upcoming Events

Dates and events are subject to change:

  • August: Back to school
  • September:
  • October: Halloween Parade
  • November: Thanksgiving Break
  • December: Christmas Around the World, Winter Break
  • January:
  • February: Valentines Day Party
  • March:
  • April: Spring Break
  • May: Art Show, Dance Festival

About Miss Munger

I enjoy reading, art, science, and traveling to warm beaches.

  • Favorite Animals – Giraffes, Penguins, and Octopus
  • Favorite Colors – Green, blue, and white
  • Favorite Foods – Thai Food and Pineapple
  • Favorite Drink– Pepsi One

Contact Me By:

Email: annam@provo.edu

I will respond within 24 hours during the week.

OR

Phone-(801) 374-4910 Ext- 2822

I will answer the classroom phone from 8:30 am -4:00 pm.

Classroom Information

News-Letters

I will be doing a weekly newsletter about our classroom activities, which will be sent home each FRIDAY for the next week in their folder. I will also be sending an electronic copy to you as well, in case the paper does not make its way home.

Homework

2nd-grade team has asked that each child read 15 minutes (either by him or herself or with a parent) five days a week.

If your child does not finish work in class it will be sent home to be finished as homework. It is expected to be returned and completed the next school day. *Homework is subject to change throughout the year as skills change.*

Remember

  • Reading 15 min a night

Reading at Home

Starting in September your child will be given Baggie Books on his or her level. Please listen to your child as he or she reads the book and sign off on the sheet that the book has been read. A new book cannot be given out unless there is a parent or other responsible adult’s signature on the sign-off sheet. Lost or damaged books will cost $6 to replace. Please try and make it a happy habit to read every night, M-TH. You will be amazed at the results! Books will be given out on Monday and returned on Thursday.

Toys and Personal Items at School

No toys/small trinkets are allowed in my classroom unless pre-approved for an assignment. If toys are found in the classroom there will be 1 warning and I will have the student put it in their backpack to take home. If there is a second offense I will confiscate the item and a phone call or e-mail will be sent for a parent to come and collect the said item. This policy is because I do not want children trading or selling their toys, losing the toy, or an item being stolen.

Birthdays

I LOVE birthdays!!!! I think they are very important. We will do a 15-20 minute party on or around your child’s birthday. I do half birthdays for summer birthdays. If your child wants to bring a treat to class please remember that the Utah State Department dictates that only packaged/manufacturer-prepared treats are appropriate to send to school. Please do not send birthday invitations to school as it causes hurt feelings for those not invited.

Illness

Children who come to school are expected to participate in all scheduled activities for that day. There is no place for a child to stay inside for lunch recess, for example, as I am not in my room to monitor children. We understand that there is no way to keep all children healthy at all times throughout the school year, but we will do our best to have the children wash their hands often, disinfect desks, etc. so that we can keep our room as healthy as possible. Please follow the Wasatch guidelines about when to keep your child home so that we can all enjoy a healthy and happy school year together.

Water Bottles

I encourage your child to bring a water bottle to school. If they do, please make sure that the water bottle will not leak when tipped over on their desk. Make sure that the mouthpiece is covered when not in use.