1st grade: Mrs. Dombrovski
Mrs. Maria Dombrovski
Mrs. Domborvski is a graduate of Bemidji State University.
She and her husband live in Rice. Mrs. Dombrovski previously taught in Wisconsin, at Assumption
Catholic School in Hibbing, and Holy Trinity Catholic School in Pierz. She enjoys disc golfing,
kayaking, running, being outdoors, reading, and spending time with family and friends. Mrs.
Dombrovski is excited to be at Saint John's Area School!
Mrs. Dombrovski became Barton trained in 2017.
Barton is a wonderful tutoring system for individuals who struggle with spelling, reading, and writing
due to dyslexia or a learning disability.
About the Classroom
- Reading/Writing: We will actively read
throughout the school year using a variety of mediums and expanding our
reading through writing.
- Math: Addition and Subtraction, Graphs and
Tables, Place Value, Patterning, Solid Figures and Shapes, Fractions,
Money, Time and Calendar, Measurement
- Religion: We explore our Catholic Faith in our
- Social: We explore our world, current events
through Weekly Readers, and utilize a mapping unit in our Social
- Science: We explore various areas in Life,
Physical, and Earth Sciences throughout our program with hands-on
exploration and learning.
Other Things to
- Please check your child’s home folder
each day for notes and classroom information. Asking your child about
the contents of the folder is a great way to learn about his/her day and
increase verbal skills.
- Home Reading: Students will expand on the
reading they do with parents through retellings, writing, schematic
mapping, and Accelerated Reader testing.
- Newsletters will be sent home on
- Library: We will visit the library once a week
for students to check out books.
- Music: The students will enjoy music class once
each week and music will be used within the classroom to enhance our
- Physical Education: Students will participate
in phy-ed three times per week. Please help your child remember to wear
or bring tennis shoes on these days.
- Computer: Students will have computer class two
days per week and technology will be used within the classroom as
- Mass: The students will attend mass twice a
week and our class will be responsible for planning and helping at the
mass periodically throughout the year. Dates for our masses will be in
the classroom newsletter.