Teachers were allowed into the building to pack each child's items up and are ready for you to pick up on Wednesday afternoon from 1-4 pm.  Please make a sign for your car with your child's name, teacher’s name and First Grade on it so the staff can get your items quickly.

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for June 8-12, please select Quick Links.

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for June 1-5, please select Quick Links.

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for May 18-22, please select Quick Links.

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for May 11-15, please select Quick Links.

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for May 4-8, please select Quick Links.

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for April 27-May please select Quick Links..

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for April 20-24 please select Quick Links.

For Distance Learning Lessons and Activities for April 13-17 please select Quick Links.

Additional reading resources:
Reading OQ    https://www.readingiq.com
Turtle Diary (phonics)  www.turtlediary.com
Math  www.mathisfun.com
Science www.mysteryscience.com
Social Studies/Science  Google Expedition 

Hope you find these helpful!!!

Here is some additional resources for Language Arts: 
2020.03.20 Elementary ELA
Continuity of Learning (1) (5).pdf

1st grade Pacing Guide

1st grade Math Pacing Guide:


You may use the following guide to help your child at home during our school closure. 


  1. Read 20 minutes a day. (Students may access Raz Kids to read online.) 

       2.  Keep a Writing Journal (Students should write 4 or more sentences) Some things students may write about can be their day, about the story that they read, or even create their own stories. 


      3.  Practice Math and Addition Facts (Students may make flashcards for a fun activity) 


   A great website that can also be accessed from home and is free is: www.abcya.com 


Thank you for your cooperation during this time. As we find out more information, we will update our website. 


Technology Tools that can be used at home:


Office 365

ALL students have access to Office 365. They log in with their PWCS email address. Students in 3rd grade and up have access to email. All students can access Word, PowerPoint, Sway, OneDrive, and Teams at home. 5th graders have access to Google Apps as well.


Communication Tools

  • The Hub
  • School Messenger Notification System
  • School Messenger website
  • Seesaw
  • Class DoJo
  • Google Classroom – 5th grade

    Collaboration and Creativity

  • VoiceThread - Create presentations, similar to PowerPoint, that students can interact with. Students can reply with videos, audio recordings, or typed messages. Login with your computer username and password
  • https://pwcs.ed.voicethread.com/
  • Flipgrid -Create a grid topic that students can reply to with their own 5-minute video recordings. Choose the option to sign in with your Microsoft Office 365 account. https://flipgrid.com/
  • Wixie – 1st-4th grade login via Clever. Wixie is a publishing and creativity platform that lets students share what they know through their writing, their voice, and their art.
  • Sway – A Microsoft Office app that makes it easy to create and share interactive reports, personal stories, presentations, and more. Students/staff login to Office 365 to access Sway.


Research Tools

WorldBook Online

Username: pwcschools

Password: research


No username or password needed if you access from our student websites page.



Username: princewr

Password: county


Discovery Education

Kids login with their computer username and password



Ready Made Videos

Brain Pop -kids login via Clever. Assign videos, quizzes, and activities

Discovery Education – Kids login with their computer username and password

Khan Academy – you can post a link of a video you want students to watch. They do not have to log in.

Create Your Own Videos

Screencast-O-Matic: Choose the FREE recorder. You can record for 15 minutes. Choose options for recording your desktop screen, yourself, or both.

Skills Practice

DreamBox – You may assign specific lessons to students.

MyOn - You can assign books, graphic organizers, etc.

SOL Pass – Password: kinglion (3rd-5th grade)

Typing.com - login via Clever

Quizziz – This is like Kahoot only students go at their own pace. You can open a session in the morning and keep it open all day.  https://quizizz.com/

Kahoot is offering their premium version for free right now!

Breakout EDU is offering free breakouts kids can do from home.




Dear Timberwolves,

Family Fitness Night – Our annual Family Fitness Night will take place on Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 6pm – 7pm.  All students and their families are invited to this fun and free event. Please join us for some Zumba work out and an obstacle course challenge.

Join us for our annual T. Clay Wood Elementary Family Heritage Night on Wednesday, January 29th from 6-8 pm. We invite you to participate in celebrating and sharing your unique family heritage and to learn about different cultures around the world.  There will be food tasting, arts and crafts, a heritage museum, music, and a fashion show. 

Please send your RSVP form to the main office if you would like to bring a food item to share or items for the heritage museum.  Click here for the form  Heritage Night RSVP form 

The Form is due by January 24, 2020.  

We look forward to celebrating with our amazing T. Clay Wood Community!

We are looking for donations of food for our food tasting.  The food tasting is often one of the most enjoyable aspects of Heritage Night.  Please review the flyer and consider donating food (Please remember to list all ingredients). 

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Robertson or Mrs. Cunningham at 703.594.3990. 


As we move into flu and cold season, we wanted to send out a few reminders to help you keep your student healthy.  The flu virus can live in a person’s respiratory tract and is usually spread via direct contact with an infected person who is sneezing or coughing or from contact with hands or objects/surfaces contaminated with the virus.

Here are some illness prevention reminders:

  • Please remind students to wash their hands frequently.
  • Cover nose and mouth with a sleeve or tissue when coughing or sneezing (It is not recommended that students cover their mouth or nose with their hands since this can spread the illness).
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth to prevent the spread of germs
  • Avoid close contact with those who have symptoms.
  • Seek health care for you or your child if needed. 
  • If your child has a fever over 100.4 or is vomiting, or has diarrhea, he or she will need to go home and be symptom free for 24 hours off of medication. We ask that parents/guardians pick up their children promptly when called.
  • As temperatures drop, we ask all students to dress appropriately for winter weather. 

Thank you

Good classroom news!!!!
The students have been working on earning "golden tickets" from the cafeteria.  We set a goal of 15 tickets...and we have 14!  We took a vote an the class decided that they wanted "PJ" day on Friday. Dr. Buchheit gave us permission so if your son or daughter would like to participate, please send them to school dressed in the PJ's.  I ask that they wear appropriate shoes- not slippers and whatever they wear is comfortable.  

Picture Retake Day 11/13/19 - ACTIVITY ROOM


Picture Retake Day Wed., Nov. 13th


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9:30 a.m.


Activity Room

9:50 a.m.


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10:10 a.m.


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10:50 a.m.


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Teachers - During your scheduled time – please send any students:

  • Who were absent on Oct. 2nd or 3rd
  • New Students starting after Oct. 2nd or 3rd
  • Students who want a Retake and have brought their original packet with them*


*Students who would like a Retake MUST bring in their original picture packet with them on Wednesday 11/13/19 to hand to photographer)


Helpful Information:

You may find the following helpful to share with your parents and students.


Retake Picture Day is:  Wednesday, November 13, 2019


Absent on Picture Day?  Parents can still order at mylifetouch.com with our Retake Picture Day ID #HJ259052Q1


Don't love your picture? 

Simply return your original package on Picture Retake Day and we'll retake your portrait.


To ensure every student has a school photo, please share this information with your parents and students.



Please contact Joanne for any questions.    Thank you.

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We have lots of exciting things planned for this week.  Wednesday is our Walking Field Trip to Patriot High School.  We will learn about the high school band and color guards. Thursday is Costume dress up day. Please remember students may not wear anything that would hinder them from seeing clearly.or any type of weapon.  We are learning about bats this week and to celebrate our bat knowledge, I will transform our classroom into a bat cave.  Your child may bring in a blanket, flashlight and any bat books they may have.  We will have a read-in for our language arts time.  It is going to be a blast!!!!

Literacy Night is Thursday, Oct. 17th from 6-7.

Book Fair Schedule:
Tuesday, Oct. 15th- 9:30 am-7pm

Wednesday, Oct. 16th- 9:30am- 3:30pm

Thursday, Oct. 17th- 9:30am-8pm

Friday, Oct. 18th- 9:30am-12pm


October 14th there will be no school for students.  

Important Information:

Please remember to send back your child's folder each day. 

This week: 

In Reading we will  continue learning about how to make text connections. (Text to Self, Text to Text, and Text to World). We will also be working on visualizing when we read a story. 

In Math we will work on Addition, counting on and introducing doubles facts. 

In Social Studies we will begin to introduce important information about Virginia and Patriotic Symbols

Dear Parents and Families,

Reading for pleasure unlocks the power of information and imagination and helps children discover who they are. Here’s what you can do to help children develop stronger reading skills and a love for reading:

  • Set the example. Let children see you read.
  • Have a collection of books in your home. Update this collection routinely to keep up with changing tastes and reading skills.
  • Support our school’s Book Fair. Allow your children to choose their own books to read.

Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings the books kids want to read right into our school. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child’s reading habits.


Tuesday, Oct. 15th- 9:30 am-7pm

Wednesday, Oct. 16th- 9:30am- 3:30pm

Thursday, Oct. 17th- 9:30am-8pm

Friday, Oct. 18th- 9:30am-12pm

Two NEW shopping options! Book Fair eWallet is a safe and convenient digital payment option for your student to shop the Fair cash-free. If you’re not able to attend the Fair, try our new online shopping. We’ve partnered with the Scholastic Store to offer over 6,000 products that ship direct to home (with free shipping on book-only orders of $25 or more)! Visit our homepage to get started:

Our picture day is tomorrow- Thursday, Oct.3!!!!

Just a reminder that our Back to School Night is Wednesday, September 25 at 6:30  Please come to room 119.  I will be sharing some information about our year.  Due to lack of space, we ask that just parents come that evening. If you are not able to make it, I will gladly send any information home with your son or daughter.  Hope to see you soon!

Hello Parents!

Our class is doing a great job learning the new routines and expectations.  We are having fun and getting to know each other.  


*Next week is our Back to School Night is Wednesday, September 25 at 6:30.  

*Please send in a snack and water bottle each day.  Our lunch is at 11:00 so by the afternoon, our tummy are a bit rumbly:)

*We are learning strategies to help with focusing and concentration.

Mrs. Lynn's Daily Schedule:

9:10-9:55 Core Extension

9:55-10:45 Language Arts

10:45-11:05 Recess

11:05-11:35 Lunch

11:35-12:50 Language Arts continued

12:50-1:35 Encore

1:35-2:20 Social Studies/Science


2:20-3:50 Math, Pack up, Dismissal

The days are flying right by!  Please remind your child to read at least 15 minutes a night, bring a snack each day and come to school prepared to learn.  We still many things to complete!

We have a busy week ahead of us! 

Tuesday, April 30th is our field trip to see Rosie Revere Engineer at the Hylton Performing Arts Center.  Please wear your class T-Shirt!

Due to the SOL Testing Schedule, the following days will be impacted with a lunch time change. Please make note if you will be coming to have lunch with your child: 

May 9th, 10th, 14th, and 15th. 
Lunch will be from 11:30-12:00 

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Classroom News 3/4:

This week's spelling words:


Pajama day is rescheduled for Friday!!

Classroom News:

  1. There is a new blue Homework Folder coming home today.  Please use this in place of the Timberwolf folder.  The Timberwolf folder can be kept at home.
  2. We have a very busy February.  I will send home information soon about what fun things we have planned.
  3.  Our new spelling words for this week are:














Thank you!

Classroom News:

Our sight words this week and next are:












***** Ask your child to show you how they can tie their shoes.!*****




  • Monday: Sunglasses and Neon Shirts – My Future is so Bright when I attend school each day.
  • Tuesday - Hat Day -  Head for Success by arriving at School on Time every day
  • Wednesday - You Matter Day   (Wear something that shows something you like - like favorite sports team, movie) You Matter to all of us and we want you to stay for the entire day - Every Day  
  • Thursday - Tacky clothes - Tacky is ok when you're running late but still arrive to school on time and stay for the entire day every day
  • Friday - Cape Day/HERO Day -  You are CAPable of coming to school every Day on time and staying for the entire day.-  H.E.R.O - Here Everyday Ready ONTime
    Attendance Awareness 

Sight Words 12/3


Reminders for the week of 11/8:

*We will  not have any new spelling words due to the shortened week.

*Thursday is our field trip to Silver Lake Park.  Wear your class shirt!

*Thursday at 6:00 is our annual Heritage Night.

* NO SCHOOL on Monday, November 12.


Classroom News 10/15

This week's spelling words:(Blends)



Due to the shortened week, we will not have new spelling words.  We will have a review week.  Please review all the words we have worked on so far.  There will not be a test on Friday.  


Sight Words for 10/1


I am so happy to be your child's teacher this year! First grade is always full of lots of learning and fun. Please see below for what's happening this week.

Important Information:

Please remember to send back your child's folder each day. 

Hope everyone had a great weekend!


Starting today, your child will be coming home with their list of 10 spelling words. They are responsible to learn these spelling words and will be tested on Fridays. We will practice these words daily during our daily centers.


This week we are focusing on the Short I sound. Last week, we learned about the Short A sound. There will always be a review word(s) and two sight words on the spelling test.

Here are a list of this week's words:


Thank you!

Mrs. Lynn




We are learning all about First Grade classroom routines, and getting to know one another. Everyone is so excited to be in first grade. 

We will be reading a lot of stories about classroom rules, manners, behavior and sharing the classroom with others. We will also be doing an All About Me writing. 

In Math we are working on number recognition review, comparing numbers between 0 - 20 with pictures and objects. 

We will also be learning about about what it means to be a good citizen in our school community and at home. 

I look forward to a great school year!

Mrs. Lynn






Dear Timberwolves, 
Our Annual SCA School Spirit Week will take place starting on Tuesday, April 17.  It will continue 5 days thru Monday, April 23, 2018.  School Spirit Weeks kicks off I CAN WEEK. 

Tuesday, April 17th - Mustache Day

Wednesday, April 18th - Hat Day


Thursday, April 19th - Formal Day


Friday, April 20th - Jersey Day


Monday, April 23rd - Super Hero Day


Our Awesome PTO is planning another fun event for our school community - SPRINGO  - (Spring Bingo).  It will take place on Friday, April 13, 5:30-7:30pm
They will be serving pre-ordered pizza dinner from 5:30-6pm;

BINGO starts at 6pm. We will have drinks and other concessions available for purchase that evening as well.

Pre-order your Bingo cards and get 5 cards for only $3. Bingo Daubers are also available for pre-order for $2 each. (Bingo cards will be ONE TIME USE only. We expect to play a minimum of 10 games and will reward winners with prizes!!!)

You can purchase additional Bingo cards that night for $1 per card and Bingo daubers for $3 each.

For every 10 Box Tops you bring to Bingo Night, get a FREE bingo card!!!

All Pre-orders are due by Friday, April 6 !!!

Just a reminder......

If you have  not done so, please send in your child's permission form and money for the field trip no later than Friday, March 2.

We will celebrate Dr. Seuss by having a Read-In on Friday, March 2nd.  Your child may wear pajamas, bring in a blanket and stuffed animal, and their favorite Dr. Seuss book!

Classroom News Feb. 5-9th

Tomorrow we will celebrate National Play Day. 


On Friday, we will celebrate the 100th Day of School as scheduled. 


February 14th is our Friendship Day Celebration.

We will be exchanging Valentines next week for our Friendship day.  If your child would like to participate, please send in a Valentine for 26 students.  I am asking that students do not address the cards so we can pass them out in a timely manner.  Also, please have your child send in a a cereal box, tissue box or shoe box for their Valentines.  I will provide craft materials to decorate the boxes.  If you are unable to send in a box, please let me know.  There is a parent who is donating extra boxes for the students who do not have one.