• nTjjtKXDDxpfj4Lywj8XEzgqMjGQfNECILrpv3BlPR1QHIRh.jpg (482×482)

     

    Dear Families,

     

    Welcome back to school! I want to extend to you and your child my warmest welcome into 2nd grade! My name is Mrs. Alisha Hughes and I will be your child’s teacher this year. This is my 1st year teaching at St. Helena Early Learning Center and I am delighted to have your child in my class. I am looking forward to a very successful year and I know you are too. I have high expectations for your child and I will do all that I can to help your child achieve those expectations. There will be lots of growth, learning, laughter, and explorations in our classroom this year.

    I wanted to start off the year by getting in touch with you to share some information and let you know a little bit about our classroom and about me.

     

    Important information:

     

    There are a TON of important notes that go home the first week of school. Please look through these notes and do what is needed. There are notes regarding our behavior management plan, a supply list… and the list goes on. One way to keep track of notes and assignments is by checking your student’s communication folder nightly. This should be checked and returned every day.

     

    Finally, I want you to know that one of my most important goals this year is to keep the lines of communication open with you.  I do check my email throughout the day and it is often the best way to contact me: ahughes@sthpk-12.net. You can also contact me by sending in a note, writing in your child’s communication folder, or simply calling the school office at (225) 222-3715. I also use an app called Remind to send quick messages and to help communicate. There is a note that tells you how to use the Remind app as a text.

     

    Download the REMIND app. 

    Enter this number: 81010

    Text this message: @7e9e43d

     

    Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. I look forward to meeting all of you throughout the school year.

     

    Warmly,

     

     

    Alisha Hughes