Ms. Caraballo’s Class


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Curriculum Night

Hello families! Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our school’s curriculum night. During our time together, we discussed our daily schedule, overall expectations and went in depth about the different curriculums we use to teach your children.…

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Our Eleventh Week of School

This week we celebrated Thanksgiving by having a Thanksgiving Potluck during the students’ lunch periods. Thanks to all of our wonderful parents, the children were able to enjoy a delicious meal with their teachers, friends and families. The children also…

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Our Tenth Week of School!

This week, your children have been hard at work practicing their daily phonics skills, and learning all about diagraphs. The children are learning how to identify and pronounce several blended sounds, which will soon become habitual skills that they will…

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Dear parents,

My name is Ms. Caraballo, and I would like to officially welcome you to class K/1-014! I am very excited to be your child’s teacher and I look forward to collaborating with you throughout the school year. I believe children thrive when there is open communication between parents and teachers, so please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns you may have. My goal as your child’s teacher is to create a safe and welcoming learning environment for them to explore, socialize and gain new skills.

Here is some important information for the school year:

Breakfast: Our cafeteria will begin serving breakfast promptly at 8:10am every morning. Children who wish to receive breakfast will enter through the school yard.

Health Screenings: Parents must fill out the digital health screening every morning before dropping of their child. We ask that you please use the attached link to complete the health screening, to avoid the use of daily paper screenings.

Arrival: School starts each day at 8:30am. We ask that you please line up near the icon of your child’s class. Our class icon is the ORANGE PENCIL.

Dismissal: Children will be dismissed promptly at 2:50pm every day at the same exit they were dropped off at. Please remember to look for the orange pencil icon.

Class Dojo: This will be our main form of communication. We ask that all parents sign up for or log in to the ClassDojo app so that they can begin receiving updates about their child’s class instantly. We will use this app to post general school information and class specific news, as well as a form of direct communication between parents and teachers.

Change of clothes:  Please send in two changes of clothing including underwear, shirts, pants, and socks labeled with your child’s first and last name in a Ziploc Bag.

Book Baggies: Your child will bring home book baggies each day so they can continue their reading at home. All the books must be brought to school each day for our independent reading period. We will swap out books weekly.

Toys: Please do not allow your child to bring toys from home to school. We want to avoid the risk of personal items being misplaced or broken. We have plenty of toys here at school for all the children to play with.

Covid protocol: Masks are required and must be worn at all times. Students will have their temperatures taken before entering the building. There will be hand sanitizer in the classroom available for all students.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation during this school year. I look forward to a productive and exciting year with your children. Please contact me anytime you have questions or concerns directly on ClassDojo.

Ms. Celene Caraballo

Meet Ms. Caraballo

Hello and welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! My name is Celene Caraballo and it is an honor to be your child’s teacher. This is my first year in the New York City Department of Education, however, I have been teaching for nearly a decade in daycare settings. I graduated from Brooklyn College with a bachelor’s degree in both early childhood education and psychology, as well as a master’s degree in early childhood. I believe children learn best when they are immersed in a warm and engaging environment, that promotes their self-confidence and independence, but also challenges them to gain new skills. Parent involvement is key to student success, so please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns you may have via ClassDojo. I thank you in advance for your support and I look forward to a memorable school year with you and your children.

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