While your child is the Super Student, each day of the week will consist of an exciting event or activity to honor them and to help us get to know our special teammate.
Monday: Poster share. Students will be sent home with the Super Student poster the previous week. Please work on the poster over the weekend and be ready to share it with the class on Monday.
On the Star Student of the Week bulletin board, there is a room to display pictures of the family and any pets. These pictures will be returned at the end of the week.
Tuesday: Favorite Book: Your Star Student brings one of her favorite picture books to read to the class (or have the teacher read to the class) at our class meeting.
Wednesday: Parent Letter: Parents, please write a letter to the class telling us how special your child is to you. Send the letter in a sealed envelope to school with your child, and I will read the letter to the class during our team meeting. The content of the letter is up to you, but you may want to choose from one of the following ideas: describe special or funny stories about your child for the class to hear, write a silly or serious poem about your child, tell us some neat things we may not know about your child, send silly or special pictures with a letter describing the pictures, or write a short story with your child as the main character. You may also send a special video for the class to watch if you choose. (Sometimes parents have taped messages or choose to send in a funny baby video for the class to see.)
Thursday: Sharing Sack: Our team bag has been sent home with your child to use as the “sharing sack.” Please help your child collect special items from home with which to fill the bag, and send it back to school with your child on Thursday to share with their classmates. Try to encourage your child to choose items that have some sort of meaning rather than just a collection of toys.
Friday: Star Friends: Your star student will be presented with a teammate book created by her classmates. The book will include compliments written by their classmates.