In an effort to control SPAM, our district no longer provides direct links to staff e-mail accounts.
To e-mail employees, please use firstname.lastname@example.org.
While listening to your child read is supportive of their skills, it's also important to continue reading books to your child. This can facilitate vocabulary development and provide an opportunity for them to access books that are beyond their reading level. Talking about books is a wonderful way to learn more about your child and discuss life lessons, too!
Remember, it's also important for students to read familiar and well-known books. This helps to strengthen their fluency skills, knowledge of high frequency words, and allows them to see details they may have missed the first time around.
Thank you for your partnering together, as we foster a love of learning and reading in your child!
Mrs. JenniLee Groegler Pierson
E-mail ID: jennilee.pierson
The Hunterdon County Library has many summer reading activities to enjoy!
(Click on the image to view the calendar of events at the HCL.)
All Reading Recovery and Literacy Support students have Learning Ally accounts if they have or continue to receive services during the 2019-2020 school year. If you need a username/password reminder, just send me an email!
If you find yourself in need of a username/password reminder, just send me an email!
This Pre-K-12th grade link offers educational resources for reading, writing, math, and more!
Click on Goofy to go a site with Writing Ideas!
Click on Minnie to go to Book Lists for ALL ages!
908-284-7590 (ext. 5605)