Ms. Fry

Ms. Fry

1st Grade Team

Welcome to Fourth Grade!

I am so excited for this school year! This is my fourth year teaching at McKeel Academy Central. I graduated from Southeastern University with a bachelors degree in Elementary Education. I am certified in elementary education, and I am reading and ESOL endorsed. I have a passion for learning and teaching. This year my goal is to enrich your child with engaging and differentiated learning experiences to meet your child's needs and help your child reach his or her full potential. In my virtual classroom, learning will be a positive, challenging, exciting, and fun journey throughout the year. By partnering with you, I am confident your child grow this school year. I hope to instill a love of learning in your child, and I look forward to working together this year! Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns throughout the year.

Our Schedule 

8:30-9:00- Morning meeting, read aloud

9:15-10:15- Math lesson and small groups

10:45-11:15- Science and/or Social Studies

11:15-12:00- lunch/break time

12:00-1:00- Reading/Language

1:30-2:00- Language/Writing

2:00pm-4:00pm- office hours and small group time

*Please know the schedule may change as I find out what works best for the class. Also, there might not always be a live lesson for each subject area daily. Please see Canvas for the weekly schedule. Lessons might not take up the entire duration of the time block.

Important Dates 

Friday, October 9th - End of 1st Grading Period, AR deadline

Monday, October 12th - No School 

Wednesday, October 14th - Grades Due

Wednesday, October 28th - Report Cards Available

November 20th - November 27th - Fall Break 

Friday, December 18th - End of 2nd Grading Period

December 21st - January 1st - Winter Break

Tuesday, January 5th - Students Return

Friday, January 8th - Grades Due

Monday, January 18th - No School (MLK Holiday)

Friday, January 22nd - Report Cards Available

What are we learning? 

Reading: characters in dramas

Language: review of past language standards

Writing: opinion writing

Math: number and shapes patterns

Social Studies: important communities in Florida

Science: heat

What to work on at home? 

  • Read each night,  just for 20 minutes. You can read to someone, with someone, or listen to someone. You can read a book, a magazine, on an iPad, however you choose... just LOVE it! 
  • Practice Math (optional)- Practice on Zearn or IXL (IXL's listed in Canvas)

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