10390 Remick Ave., Pacoima, CA 91331
(818) 896-7996

Be still and know that I am with you.” -Psalm 46:10

My name is Toni Marie Hernandez and I am entering my third year of teaching first grade at Mary Immaculate School. Ive been working in the educational field since high school, first as the aide in the Reading Lab at an adult school, then as a Special Education Assistant for over 10 years at an elementary school in Northridge. While I absolutely adored working with my students with special needs, I knew I wanted to do more as an educator, and decided to pursue my Masters Degree in Elementary Education and Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. During this time I worked as a substitute teacher at various charter schools; this allowed me to gain experience with children in the teacher role and further fueled my passion for teaching. As an educator, I believe that every child is capable of learning; its just a matter of helping each child unlock that knowledge in a way that suits them.

What We Do In 1st Grade:

• Learn the Creed
• The Ten Commandments
• The Our Father
• Saint/Catholic Models
• Crosscutting Concepts
• The Sacraments of the Catholic Church
• God’s Creation
• Prayer

• Addition and Subtraction Concepts, Strategies, and Relationships
• Count and Model Numbers
• Compare Numbers
• Two-Digit Addition and Subtraction
• Measurement
• Represent Data
• Critical thinking skills development
• Basic regrouping
• Word problem analysis and strategies

Language Arts:
Reading Literature and Informational Text: Key Ideas and Details, Craft and Structure, Integration of Knowledge and Ideas, Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity
Reading Foundational Skills: Print Concepts, Phonological Awareness, Phonics and Word Recognition, Fluency
Writing: Text Types and Purposes, Production and Distribution of Writing, Range of Writing, Production and Distribution of Writing
Language: Conventions of Standard English, Vocabulary Acquisition and Use
Speaking and Listening

• Physical Science
• Life Science
• Earth Science
• Investigation and Experimentation

Social Studies:
• The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
• Geography of the Community
• Symbols, Icons and Traditions of The United States
• Life Today and Long Ago
• Cultural Literacy: One Nation, Many People
• Economics: Goods and Services