Phone: 919-894-4233 ext. 1327
Degrees and Certifications:
East Carolina University Bachelor Degree Elementary Education K-6 Reading Degree K-12 Minor in Sociology Twitter: @missbutlerbes
Miss Jamie Butler
Welcome to Miss Butler's 1st Grade Class!!
Please read below things you can have your child work on during the school closure. Please feel free to email me with any questions.
It is essential that students continue to practice reading, writing, and math skills. Please work on these activities during this temporary school closure.
**Please have your child work on LEXIA, PRODIGY, and MOBY MAX. If you child can't remember their login username or password, please email me and I will get that to you!**
Reading (reading workbooks)
Read any story in any My Book. We have sent home Books 1-3 already. There are many activities that are not complete, work on these.
One story should be read out of the My Books Monday-Friday. If any written work is not complete for the story read, your student should complete the written activity for the story.
Work on those reading logs! Just record titles in your agendas for now. That will count! Online stories count
Work on Lexia! (log-ins have already been sent home) Don’t help with this, please. We need it to be the student’s work to help meet their needs. Twenty minutes a day is sufficient.
Writing (one writing per day)
Write about your experiences at home. Each writing should include an introduction sentence, Three sentences about your topic, and a conclusion sentence You may write on regular notebook paper or in the notebook provided. Don’t forget illustrations to go with your writing.
Some topics may include…. My favorite meal (for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, favorite candy), my favorite TV show, my favorite story from myBook, what I miss most about school, signs of spring in your yard or outside… You can also go to getepic.com and read during school hours and research topics of your choice and write about those! There are lots of animals, science topics, weather, and so much more you can research! Our class code is jqw1306.
Practicing adding and subtracting within 20.
Practice counting by 5s, 10s, 2s.
Write your numbers 1-150.
Play Prodigy! If you need the login please let me know.
Get outside and explore.
Get on Pebblego.com and learn about people, places, and things.
Other Online Resources: You can click on the links to take you there.
Bookflix: username: bes password: bookflix
BrainPop Jr: username: sbp password: sbp
PebbleGo: username: timberdrive password: read
Scholastic Activities to Learn at Home
Do you have Netflix? : List of Educational Shows on Netflix
Books to Watch/Listen to: Storyline Online
Online Book Resources: Raz Kids username: bens04 password: broncos
My name is Jamie Butler I am so excited about this 2019-20 school year! We are going to have a wonderful year full of LEARNING and MAKING FRIENDS! I am currently on my 14th year at Benson Elementary School. I graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in Elementary Education K-6th grade and a Reading degree K-12th grade. I have taught 2nd grade for many years and this is my 2nd year teaching 1st grade! I have two wonderful kids. My son, Logan, is 13 years old and is in 8th grade at BMS. My daughter, Josie, is 10 years old and is in 5th grade at BMS.
If you have any questions through out the school year please call me at (919-894-4233) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8:20-8:45 - Arrival/Morning Work
8:50-9:10 - Morning Meeting
9:10-10:10 - Small Groups/Centers
10:10-10:45 - FUNdations
10:50-11:45 - Enhancements (our class is split up)
11:45-12:15 - Recess
12:20-12:45 - Lunch
12:45-2:00 - Reading Whole Group
2:00-3:45 - Math/Math Centers
3:45-4:00 - Dismissal
At this time, all traditional high school graduations are still planned for May 29. Graduation ceremonies for Johnston County Early College Academy and Johnston County Career and Technical Leadership Academy will now take place on May 16th, rather than the original date of May 15th.
The April Johnston County Board of Education meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 7. The virtual meeting will begin at 4:00 p.m and will be conducted via Zoom To Comply With Social Distancing Orders. Members of the public make access the meeting via livestream.