Camp Invention Registration Flyer
Camp Invention will be held from June 18th - 22nd and from June 25th - 29th at Mary L. Tracy School, please see flyer for registration information
Mrs. Vogel teaches fifth grade at The Peck Place School. Coming from a long line of teachers, she is a seasoned professional whose commitment to children has inspired students at grade levels one, four, five, and six. Mrs. Vogel holds a B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of Vermont, where she received the Mary Jean Simpson Award given to the senior class woman who best exemplifies outstanding character, service, and constructive influence. Armed with a double major in Communications and Theater, she is known to "take the stage" in the classroom, helping to make learning fun. Mrs. Vogel also holds an M.B.A. from the College of William and Mary. Prior to teaching Mrs. Vogel worked in marketing, software development, and usability testing at IBM with expertise in understanding how users learn new applications.
1. One green single subject spiral bound notebook for Science
2. One green heavy duty pocket folder for Science
3. Four heavy duty pocket folders - any color
4. Two red pens for correcting
5. One highlighter
6. One black Sharpie marker
9. One box Ticonderoga #2 pencils (no mechanical or "lead" pencils, please)
10. Two large gluesticks
11. One hand-held pencil sharpener with attached shavings catcher
12. Small pencil box
13. Ear buds or headphones in labeled baggie
colored markers and/or colored pencils
Mrs. Vogel's class rules are very simple.
1. Be kind. No exceptions.
2. Show respect and courtesy to all.
3. Raise hand to speak.
There will be assigned homework Monday through Thursday with some weekend assignments for long term projects. Independent Reading called "Book-in-a-Bag" is assigned Monday through Thursday and parents are required to initial the blue log booklet provided. The children are expected to read for at least 20 minutes per night.
Always check your child's assignment pad for nightly assignments. Please be sure assignments are completed.
The "take-home folder" should be checked nightly. Parents should remove notices and put completed homework back into the folder to be returned to school. By making this a habit, children will develop better organizational skills. To help with morning routines, parents may find it helpful to pack the backpack at night for the next day.