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Kate Schenck
Elementary School

101 Kate Schenck Ave.
San Antonio, Texas  78223

Phone: (210) 438-6865
Fax: (210) 333-0680


Newsflash

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

 

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During the week of Feb. 24-28th we will be

administering the STAAR  simulation tests in grades 3-5. 

This is a great opportunity for the students to practice

the routines and procedures for the actual test days in April.

These are 4 hour timed tests.  Please be sure your

student is here on time and stays all day.

 

Join us at our PTA meetings

the 2nd Tuesday of each month!

   See you there!

 

Be at school everyday
Be your best
Be ready
Be successful

 

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 and sign your child's maroon

communication folder EVERY

            night!

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School Lunch Info
*Looking for
educational games
for your child to play?
Look in the FAQ's
section under
 "Links and Credits"!



Be at school by 
7:50 for a free
breakfast served
in your classroom. 
Breakfast is
cleaned up at 
8:05am sharp
so our instructional
day can begin!

 

 
 
 

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The Reading Commitee  


 



Members:


Lily Scott                                  Courtney Williams                     

Michael DeTovar                        Cynthia Guerra

Mary Broach                             Patty Alvarado

Angela Mann                              Melissa Ann Minica

Madalene Sallans                       Mary Loeffler

Diana Zaldivar                           Michelle Augello - Chair


 


Events


Reading Night Open House
Come hear reading strategies and informational sessions
 from  teachers and staff members!
Thursday October 15th


Read Across America - Tuesday, March 2, 2010

We will have school wide activities to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday.  More details coming.
4-5pm

 


 


Goals


*The reading committee is committed to helping all students develop a lifelong love of reading.


*The reading committee is dedicated to promoting high levels of decoding and fluency to ensure good reading comprehension.


*The reading committee will sponsor events that foster the love of reading and provide parents with activities and strategies to build reading skills at home.

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For Parents


Reading related websites to visit with your child:   


http://www.funbrain.com/brain/ReadingBrain/ReadingBrain.html


http://www.rif.org/readingplanet/gamestation/default.mspx


http://pbskids.org/lions/games/ 

www.starfall.com


Dolch Sight Word Lists:


http://www.kidzone.ws/dolch/index.htm


TEKS for each Grade level:


http://www.tea.state.tx.us/teks/#teksbygrade (choose your child’s grade level)

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Here are the 37 most common phonograms and some of the 500 words they make up.

--ab

cab, lab, blab, crab, flab, grab, scab, slab, stab

--ack

back, pack, quack, rack, black, crack, shack, snack, stack, track

--ag

bag, rag, tag, brag, flag

--ail

fail, mail, jail, nail, pail, rail, sail, tail, snail, trail

--ain

main, pain, rain, brain, chain, drain, grain, plain, Spain, sprain, stain, train

--ake

bake, cake, fake, lake, make, quake, rake, take, wake, brake, flake, shake, snake

--am

ham, Sam, clam, slam, swam

--an

can, fan, man, pan, ran, tan, van, bran, plan, than

--ank

bank, sank, yank, blank, crank, drank, thank

--ap

cap, lap, map, nap, rap, tap, clap, flap, scrap, slap, snap, strap, trap, wrap

--at

bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, rat, sat, brat, chat, flat, spat, that

--ay

day, may, pay, say, clay, play, pray, spray, stay, tray

--eed

feed, need, seed, weed, bleed, freed, greed, speed

--ell

bell, fell, sell, tell, well, yell, shell, smell, spell, swell

--est

best, guest, nest, pest, rest, test, vest, west, chest, crest

--ew

dew, few, knew, new, blew, chew

--ick

kick, lick, pick, quick, sick, brick, chick, click, stick, thick, trick

--ight

knight, light, might, night, right, sight, tight, bright, flight, fright, slight

--ill

fill, hill, pill, will, chill, drill, grill, skill, spill, thrill

--in

bin, fin, pin, sin, win, chin, grin, shin, skin, spin, thin, twin

--ine

fine, line, mine, nine, pine, vine, wine, shine, spine, whine

--ing

king, ring, sing, wing, bring, cling, spring, sting, string, swing, thing

--ink

link, pink, sink, wink, blink, drink, shrink, stink, think

--ip

dip, hip, lip, rip, sip, tip, chip, clip, drip, flip, grip, ship, skip, strip, trip, whip

--ob

knob, mob, rob, blob, slob, snob

--ock

knock, lock, dock, rock, sock, block, clock, frock, shock, stock

--op

cop, hop, mop, pop, top, chop, crop, drop, flop, plop, shop, stop

--ore

bore, more, sore, tore, wore, chore, score, shore, snore, store

--ot

got, dot, hot, knot, lot, not, plot, shot, spot

--out

grout, scout, shout, spout, sprout

--ow

cow, how, now, brow, chow, plow

--uck

buck, duck, luck, cluck, stuck, truck

--um

gum, hum, drum, plum, slum

--unk

junk, chunk, drunk, shrunk, stunk, trunk

-y

by, my, cry, dry, fly, fry, shy, sky, spy, try, why

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