Can’t make it in to shop the school book fair? Don’t see what you wanted in stock? Grandparents want to buy holiday gifts? Students will be bringing home wish lists, and you can shop online until Sunday, October 22. Go to scholastic.com/bf/kincaidelementaryschool
Orders will be shipped to school and delivered to your child after October 22.
Join us for these fun events:
- Dress Like a Cowboy/Girl
- Donuts with Dudes at Dawn 7:15-8:30 AM Have breakfast and shop at the crack of dawn!
Tuesday, October 17
- Grub at the Hub- Eat lunch with your child and shop afterwards (following an early release lunch schedule)
Wednesday, October 18
- Late Hours – 12:30-6:00 PM
REMEMBER- Sales to students start Monday. Families can shop during parent/teacher conferences.
Last year the PTA book fair funded a set of Harry Potters for each third, fourth, and fifth grade class. This fall, we already had enough profit from the spring book fair to place a set of books in each kindergarten, first and second grade classroom. Kindergarteners will see new Mo Willem’s Pigeon books. First grade classes get copies of. Second grade gets new sets of Junie B. Jones. Thanks to all of our families for supporting the PTA book fair.
The Scholastic Book Fair is here! Previews are Tuesday and Wednesday. Donuts for Dads is Friday morning and daily sales start Monday! Come check out the new books, pardner!
On August 21, 2017, millions of viewers across the United States will see a total eclipse of the Sun. The Moon completely blocks the Sun, daytime becomes a twilight, and the Sun’s rays shimmer in the darkened sky. Here are resources to help you prepare for and view this celestial event.
See it Safely
Begins: Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 1:05 pm Countdown
Maximum: Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 2:36 pm
Ends: Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 4:01 pm
The Cobb Digital Library at Mackinvia is the online library resource for Lindsey Commons users. The digital library is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. If you haven’t visited before, stop by the Commons or the Parent Page on this site to find out how to log in. We have made a few updates and additions to the Groups section. It should help you find exactly what you need for reading and research. And, we will be adding new eBooks and Audiobooks this year! Stay tuned! Continue reading The Digital Library is Open
No time or way to make it to the public library for books? How about a new selection of fun books to read on your computer, laptop, tablet, gaming system or smart phone? Check out the eBooks page on the right or visit these amazing summer resources below to find something new to read. MRS. PERISINO LOVES CAPSTONE!
MyON Limited Release: Summer 2017 Only!
Free access to MyON will be available again this summer through the Get Georgia Reading program! Learn more about MyON here.
- Go to www.myON.com and click Log in now.
- School Name: Get Georgia Reading ( Note: Do not cut and paste, instead start typing “Get Georgia” and select from the drop down menu)
- Username: cobbcounty
- Password: read
- Click the Sign In button and select a book to start reading!
To get started with Capstone:
- Go to www.mycapstonelibrary.com and click Log In.
- Username: gasummer17
- Password: reads
- Click the GO button and select a book to start reading!
Have your parents been wondering where your summer reading list is? You can go here http://www.cobbsummerreading.com/es-book-suggestions.html and access not only the CCSD reading lists for your grade level, but you can also access many other great lists! These lists are meant for suggestions only and are not required reading at the elementary level.
We realized too late that the Cobb County Library was not handing out paper logs for summer reading. If you are having a hard time logging into the Scholastic Summer Reading website to log your hours, print out this form instead and start listing your titles. You can return it to us the first week of school and still get recognized for participating! Also don’t forget to check the Summer Reading Program 2017 page for lots more information!
From the Georgia State department of Education:
Students are more comfortable when they read texts that match their Lexile level. Using Lexile measures, educators can assign and recommend reading materials that will help students develop stronger reading skills. Parents can use Lexile information to select texts that reinforce what teachers are trying to accomplish in the classroom. It is important to note that the Lexile measure does not address the content or quality of the text. Many other factors affect the relationship between a reader and a text, including its content, the age and interests of the reader, and the design of the actual text. The Lexile measure is a good starting point in the text-selection process, but parents and educators should always consider these other factors when making a decision about which text to choose.
Book titles have been measured on the Lexile scale and can be found under Look up a Book. Students and parents can access this site to look for books to read inside and outside of school!