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Mrs. Hughes

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Mrs. Hughes

Mrs. Hill was born and raised in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.  After marrying and moving away for several years, she returned to the valley to raise a family.  She attended Chadron State College where she received a BS in education. She has taught a high school summer program in Morrill, kindergarten and fifth grade in Gering, and multiple grades through Title 1 at Lake Alice.  She left teaching for a few years but returned to her passion, kindergarten, at Lincoln Heights. Kindergarten is her passion!  Lake Minatare Rocks!

Mrs. Hill loves to ride horses with her grandchildren, hike and camp, and she loves to read. 

Classroom Schedule

  • 8:05-8:15 - Attendance, Name books

    8:15-9:05 - Math

    9:05-9:20 - Recess

    9:20-9:50 - Snack, Show & Tell & Number Corner

    9:50-10:20 - Fundations

    10:20-11:20 - Shared Reading, Oral Language, Reading Work Stations

    11:25-12:00 - Lunch & Recess

    12:10-1:00 - Music and PE Monday, Wednesday & Friday with Library & PE on Tuesday, and Keyboarding and PE on Thursday

    1:05-1:20 - Quiet Time Read Aloud

    1:20-1:50 - Writing Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Second Steps and Target Time on Wednesday

    1:50-2:30 - Science for Kindergarten, Writing for 1st & Second Grades

    2:30-3:00 - Target Time, then Check out books and pack up to go home.

    3:00-3:25 - Guided Socialization

    3:30-Dismiss

Announcements

  • Be sure to read every evening and initial and date the card in the communication notebook. Thanks!

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  • Our class is trying to climb to the top of the jungle mural!  For each 15 minutes you read with your child at home, please write the name of the book and the amount of time read in the communication folder.  Your child gets a sticker for every 15 minutes and his/her reading monkey gets to move up a step on the mural for every hour and 15 minutes.  Our classroom goal is to get all reading monkeys to the top! 

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Classroom Expectations

  • All children in kindergarten are treated with respect. All students are expected to treat other students and adults in the building with kindness and respect. This includes using good old fashioned manners. We work all year long on manners and showing respect and kindness. My experience has shown that kindergarteners are better at this than some of the older kids! Good job kindergarten!