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Parents please continue to take pictures of your student's completed work and email a picture of each page to me at:
Posted by jenniferf  On Apr 16, 2020 at 1:33 PM
I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. Please continue to watch for updates related to your child's homework packets. 
Posted by jenniferf  On Apr 14, 2020 at 3:52 PM
Please visit my web site for information about the library and my monthly newsletter.
Posted by Guest  On Nov 04, 2018 at 3:58 PM
Welcome back to the Napi Elementary Library! This year is going to be awesome!   We will be using our Chromebooks to explore and learn many topics such as how to type, how to tell if a wed site is bogus or real, and how to find the information you want in the loads of information out there on the internet.   This video is a pep talk about how to be an awesome person.  We can all use a lot more awesomeness in our lives. The first lesson we will be learning is the rules and consequences in the library.   Rules and Consequences Rules Whisper Walk Be kind Listen Be neat Consequences Sign behavior log Time out Buddy Room Detention and Parent Contact Office referral Rewards for good behavior     1. lunch cut pass     2. verbal praise     3. free time     4. link for classroom   Lost or ruined your book? Either pay for it or read it off during your lunch recess. I will credit you with $5 for each recess you read. You can come in and read until your book is paid for.  See the Librarian for more details. And, finally, just for fun...
Posted by Guest  On Aug 25, 2018 at 11:16 AM
Parents/Guardians come in from 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM to meet your students teacher. We hope to see you all there!
Posted by Guest  On Aug 23, 2018 at 6:46 PM
I'm so excited to see our students on Monday!  I saw a few at our Swimming Pool Party and a few more at our Open House.  I'm really hoping everyone will be there Monday!  I will be at school until 11:00 on Monday.  Then I have to be in Great Falls by 1:00 to meet with my mom and her Oncologist.  Then I will be back the next day.  
Posted by Williet  On Aug 23, 2018 at 3:14 PM
Thank you for having your student in school with us this year. We are very fortunate to have the professional, experienced, staff at Napi this year; that will be surrounding your child to ensure their success.  The first weeks of school are crucial for academic screening. Screening your student allows us to administer the best curriculum to your child. 
Posted by carsonb  On Aug 23, 2018 at 9:37 AM 1 Comment
We are excited for another great school year at Napi Elementary. We look forward to seeing you all on the first day of school. 
Posted by jessicar  On Aug 23, 2018 at 9:35 AM
Resolution of Intent to Raise Levies Advertisement local paper of record, Glacier Reporter: March 21, 2018.
Posted by everett  On Mar 15, 2018 at 9:22 AM
Although we have not yet began our screening process, I would like to share some activities that will help prepare all my 4th grade students.  1. Study multiplication table (1-12) 5-10 minutes daily. This year our math curriculum focus revolves around the multiplication table. We will be studying: Multi-digit multiplication, Factoring, long division, and fractions. All of these concepts require a deep understanding of the multiplication table.  I will supply each student with a laminated multiplication chart (magnetic so you can keep it on the!) that will be kept at home. As per 4th grade national standards, students will not be allowed to use a multiplication chart in class. 2. Read 20 minutes ever day. This is an activity that we expect students to be do starting Kindergarten, however, it is even more crucial this year and the years preceding, because we expect more independent work.  Everyday parents can expect a reading response homework sheet. Once a week students will be expected to complete a simple book report in which they will list the: character, plot, and setting of a book they have read that week. 3. Consistent sleep schedule: 9-11 hours. Research shows that students' focus and comprehension is severely diminished without the proper amount of sleep. Students are more likely to have disruptive behaviors, and less able to be an 'active listener' without proper sleep.    It is best not to allow children to have any electronic devices at bedtime, as the sounds and lights prevents proper rest.    Thank you for keeping up on our classroom events. I am excited to see your throughout the year while we further the success of your child.       Carson Bryant
Posted by carsonb  On Aug 23, 2018 at 10:31 AM
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