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Navajo Language - August 24
Handy management, portfolio, and communication tool can promote student growth
Personalized digital library at every student’s fingertips.
Interactive online episodes to teach K-5 students the reading fundamentals and comprehension skills.
Unlimited practice problems with meaningful, up-to-date tracking on your child’s progress.
Standards-based assessment, instruction, and test preparation e-learning programs.
By Roald Dahl
The Rainbow Fish
By Marcus Pfister
The Very Hungry Caterpiller
By Eric Carle
Bud, Not Buddy
By Christopher Paul Curtis
The Road Not Taken
By Robert Frost
Using Math to Build a Skyscraper
By Hillary Koll, Steve Mills & William Baker
The Giving Tree
By Shel Silverstein
Three Little Sheep
By Seraphine Yazzie
Bridge to Terabithia
By Katherine Paterson
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Welcome Back Staff & Students.
“As the principal of Tuba City Elementary School, I look forward to getting to know each and every parent and child that make up our community. I am honored to lead the dedicated teachers and staff in continued academic excellence throughout the school year. I am eager and excited to continue my partnership with the TCES community to continue to provide the best educational opportunities possible to our students.
Let’s have an outstanding year!
- Monday, August 24: first day of instruction (online) Navajo Language (daily at 10-10:30am), Specialists schedule forthcoming dependent on grade level (30 minutes for each weekly)
- Monday, August 31 **Target date for distribution of iPads and implementation of Schoology (learning management system)
- first day of instruction (online) for reteach/ enrichment/ advanced math (30 minutes)
Let me know if you have any questions, text or call
Dr. Justin Roberson,
Tuba City Elementary School Principal
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