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Warwick Elementary- Room 18
Andi Tachiki
 

Email Address: atachiki@fremont.k12.ca.us
Phone number: 510-793-8660 ext. 56018
Best time to call: Before school, email preferred.

Welcome to 1st and 2nd Grades!
Everyone can be a star!
 
Warwick's bell schedule has changed!  
8:30- School begins
10:00-10:15- Snack recess
12:15-1:00- Primary lunch recess
1:45-2:00- Afternoon recess
2:45- Dismissal (Wednesday early dismissal- 1:30)
 
For the last 7 years I have been a special day class teacher at Warwick.  I have my general education and special education credentials.  I also have a masters in special education.  I have taught mild/moderate special day class transitional kindergarten-third grades.
 
Parent, teacher and student collaboration is very important to help our students grow to their full potential in all areas.  Helping our students become independent is a key component to our program.
 
Parent volunteers are very helpful and welcome.  Your student will enjoy sharing their school experience with you.
 
School information goes home each Wednesday.  Homework packets go home on Monday and are always due the following Monday (unless their is a holiday).  Homework is important for extra reinforcement of academic subjects AND for teaching the students to take responsibility for their own learning.  Both are essential for growth.
 
For questions or concerns please contact me by email or phone.  I check both when I am at school. 
 
Assignments Link: Classroom projects, additional homework information, and class goals are included on this page.
 
Room 18 News: Announcements and general news for our class. 
 
Question of the Week: Class blog- please answer help your student answer the question to get a reward!  This is a question based prompt to help our students develop expressive language.  I have to approve all responses for security reasons.  Please do not be concerned if your student's response does not show right away.
 
This Week in Room 18: Weekly update on activities in our room.  This is so parents know about our day to day experiences and for language development opportunities.   It gives background information to allow parents to ask students questions about school to develop conversational language.
 

 

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