Welcome to Ms. Desorcy's Webpage
March 16 - May 4
During our time away from school, please work on the current assignments daily. Also, practice math facts and do some of the suggested activities. You are smart! Keep your brain working eachday. Miss all of you!!
Visit Ms. Saul's website for more ideas.
Visit Ms. Noble's (Mrs. Bishop) website for an online music game.
Here is some contact information if you need to get ahold of a specialist at school:OT:Jaclyn Provencher (firstname.lastname@example.org)PT:Lisa Erickson (lerickson-zinter@shschools.
com)Speech:Katy Zraunig (email@example.com)Rebecca Lavelle (firstname.lastname@example.org)Adjustment Counselor:
It is so important to come to class ready to
learn. Follow these tips to reach your
greatest potential. If you are ready to
1. Get a good night's sleep. Young children need 10-11
hours every night. Rested, clear minds are needed to
approach new ideas and formulate new ones.
Sleep is connected to organizing thoughts and storing
2. Eat well balanced meals. Breakfast is a must! Snack
will keep your body and brain working well throughout
3. Get plenty of exercise. Movement not only helps us
to relax and sleep better atnight, it also is a way that
children learn. Get moving.