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Any donations of the following items will be greatly appreciated!

  • Individually Wrapped Candy
  • Sharpened Pencils
  • 8 1/2 x 11 Copy Paper
SOAR

S- Show Respect

OOffer Kindness

AAlways Follow Directions

R- Remain Respectful

Mission Statement

Our Mission

School Mission Statement:

“To promote joy in learning in a positive, safe and child-centered environment.”

School Mission:

“Molino Park Elementary endeavors to prepare each student to be a lifelong learners and a productive citizen. We utilize current research-based educational principles and practices to facilitate maximum student performance.”

Escambia County School District’s Mission:

“To provide an environment that creates opportunities for all students to achieve their highest potential while building a foundation for continuous learning.”

Escambia County School District’s Vision:

“To create a district where parents want to send their children, students want to learn, teachers want to teach,

and employees want to work.”

Meet the Teacher

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Meet Ms. Fletcher

I have been teaching for 17 years. I was a substitute teacher in Escambia County for 3 years. I taught as an intern for 1 year at Bellview Elementary and have been at Molino Park for the past 15 years.  I was given the honor of being chosen teacher of the year by my peers for the 2009-2010 school year at Molino Park.

I graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education. I also have a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and a Minor Degree in Management. I am certified to teach Pre-K/Primary through 6th grade, as well as Gifted and ESE.

I was born and raised in Pensacola. I attended Ensley Elementary, Ferry Pass Middle, and Tate High. I have lived in Ft. Lauderdale, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, and Atlanta. I have two children. My oldest, Merced Fletcher, recently graduated from the University of Florida. She also attended Molino Park and Barrineau Park. Willis Fletcher, my youngest, attends the University of Central Florida in Orlando where he is a senior in college. Willis attended Molino Park from kindergarten through the fifth grade.

I enjoy reading, going to the movies, sight seeing, teaching, listening to music, going out to eat, traveling, spending time at the beach, shopping, antiquing, working outside, bonding with my family, and sports-especially college football.  Go Gators!!!

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Reminders

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*Be sure to save pop tabs, soup labels and box tops for our school. Ask friends, neighbors and relatives to save too! Thanks for your continued support!

*Phone Number and/or Address Change- Please contact the front office as soon as possible. It is extremely important that we have a telephone number where parents can be reached during the day in case of an emergency.

*Students must wear appropriate shoes such as tennis shoes during PE and recess to participate.

*Please remember to put student names in all outerwear (jackets, coats, hoodies, etc.), as we are not responsible for lost items.

*Honor Roll Guidelines1st-5th- A Honor Roll: All As in graded core subjects and citizenship; S/N in non graded subjects; excludes handwriting, A/B Honor Roll: All As and Bs in core subjects; S/N in non graded subjects; excludes handwriting.  Kindergarten-All S's.

*Items sent in for a party must be store bought.

*All parents must report to the office first when entering school grounds.

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Karon Fletcher

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Homework

Week of November 11 - 15, 2019            

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No School-Veterans Day.

Math 5.

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Finish Classwork.

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Math 5 Monday and Tuesday.

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Finish Classwork.

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Math 5.

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Finish Classwork.

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Math 5.

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Finish Classwork.

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Finish Classwork.

No Homework.

Classwork


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See Mr. Gaylard's Webpage

Students should spend at least twenty minutes nightly independently reading.

Students can access the ConnectEd website from the CORE LMS for additional practice material.  Students will login using their student number and 6 digit birthday. This gives access to the Reading comprehension strategies, skills, vocabulary and text for the week. There are also other games and activities.

Accelerated Reader is available for students to take tests. We are once again setting goals for students to reach in order to earn rewards throughout the year.

 

 

 

When studying for Spelling, it is helpful to give a paper/pencil test a couple of times before the actual test. In this way, you can see which words your child is struggling with. Students should review spelling patterns nightly and will take a spelling test on Friday.

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See Mr. Gaylard's Webpage

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Chapter 7- Use Equivalent Fractions to Add and Subtract Fractions

Vocabulary:  Benchmark fraction, Equivalent fractions, Common denominator, and Mixed number

 

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Chapter 6- Forms of Energy 

Vocabulary:  energy, potential energy, kinetic energy, chemical energy, mechanical energy, electrical energy, static energy, electric energy, electric motor, electromagnet, generator

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Contact Information: 754-5000 or kfletcher@escambia.k12.fl.us

Please sign up for Remind.  

Remind is a simple way to stay informed and up-to-date with what’s happening in our classroom. You can receive the updates via push notifications, text or email.  Join by texting @5thfletch to 81010

Scholastic Book Orders

This year instead of sending home the Scholastic Book Club order forms, I have set up on-line ordering. Each month, your child will be able to order books from Scholastic Reading Club online. Together you can choose from books hand-selected by teachers and experts, and then order and pay online.  You may order from Scholastic Book Club at any time. I will submit orders at the end of the month. To order you can click on the Place Order link below and enter the activation code.  Please send me a note or email to let me know you have placed an order so that I can send it in.

Click below to place an order

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Our Class Activation CodeGY637

Class  Schedule

Monday  Art  8:00-8:45
Tuesday PE  8:00-8:30
Wednesday

Music

 8:00-8:30 

Thursday

Music

 8:00-8:45
Friday  PE/Media/Genius  8:00-8:55
Monday-Friday  Lunch  11:16-11:41   
Report Card/Progress Reports

1st Nine Weeks

Progress Reports – 9/9/19

Report Cards – 10/21/19

2nd Nine Weeks

Progress Reports – 11/12/19

Report Cards – 1/13/20

3rd Nine Weeks

Progress Reports – 2/3/20

Report Cards – 3/25/20

4th Nine Weeks

Progress Reports – 4/20/20

Report Cards – 5/22/20

Ms. Fletcher LOVES the GATORS!!!

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Escambia County School District campuses are now TOBACCO FREE. The Tobacco Free School Policy prohibits all tobacco use at any time, by anyone on campus, or during school-sponsored events including events after regular school hours.

Local Weather

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News

 

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November 11:Veteran's Day Holiday-No School

November 12:Progress Reports

November 12-15:Food Drive

November 13:Kona Ice

November 15:Turkey Trot and End of Food Drive

November 20:Fall Make Up and Christmas Pictures

November 25-29:Fall Break-No School

November 28:Thanksgiving

December 5:Christmas Craft Night

December 20:1/2 Day

December 21:1st Day of Winter

December 23-January 3:Winter Break

December 24:Christmas Eve

December 25:Christmas Day

December 31:New Year's Eve

January 1:New Year's Day

January 6:Students Return to School

January 20:Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday-No School

SCHOOL SAFETY

ALL visitors at Molino Park should be prepared to present a valid driver's license or state identification card when visiting the school.   A visitor badge will be given to each visitor at the time of check in; wearing this badge while on the school premises is a district policy.   Thank you all for your cooperation!

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Give Wings to Your Dreams, Soar Like an Eagle!

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Did You Know?      

National Emblem:The Bald Eagle was officially declared the National Emblem of the United States by the Second Continental Congress in 1782. It was selected by the USA's founding fathers because it is a species unique to North America. It has become the living symbol of the USA's freedoms, spirit and pursuit of excellence. Its image and symbolism have played a significant role in American art, folklore, music and architecture.

Focus Parent Portal Link

Since September of 2011, Escambia County parents have been able to check their children's grades online through the Focus Parent Portal.

All grades on tests and assignments in every subject are posted online.

Click on creating your Parent Portal Password in order to view instructions.

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Give Me Five

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Weekly Wrap

Hi, this is Ms. Fletcher's homeroom reporting to you.