Interventionist - Conrad

Teacher: Leslie Conrad


gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.     ~Mason Cooley                    

Reading Group Schedule

Tuesday at 11AM, Thursdays at 11AM


  • Amelia
  • Ela
  • Kiera
  • Maci
  • Mason
  • Michael
  • Nora
  • Phoenix

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Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30AM


  • Autie
  • Claira
  • Josh
  • Matthew
  • Owen
  • Peri

Mondays at 9:30AM and Wednesdays at 11AM


  • Callum
  • Jojo
  • Lotus
  • Rory
  • Theo
  • Lilly

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Mondays at 11AM and Wednesdays at 9:30AM


  • Ashton
  • Emerald
  • Fiya
  • Jeremiah
  • John
  • Lilly

This Week's Activities

I can’t believe that our school year is over.  It was certainly a different way to teach and learn!  I am so proud of all of the kids.  Sitting through a reading lesson on a computer takes perseverance!  My goal was to keep the kids from slipping behind in their reading, and I believe that we met that goal.  Thanks to all of you for your support and for making sure that your child continues to read every day at home.

Please remember to read at home for 20 minutes each day.  It truly makes the difference!

don't forget!

Don’t forget to check out the links provided below.  They are all great ways to promote reading.  The newest link is from the Pikes Peak Library District.  Some of the kids have asked me about the summer reading program.  It’s on and will begin on June 1.  You can get more information by following this link:

Class Resources

Other Weeks

This week, I will join in with your class teachers’ Zoom meetings.  It will be fun to see all of you after such a long time!  I am also thrilled to have gotten so many responses from families who are ready to work on reading.

Until then…keep reading!

This week we will start our official reading groups!  I am so excited to get to see all of you and start reading!

Since we only meet once each week, we will spend this week learning how to interact on Zoom – how to raise our hands, how to work on our phonics “speed drill”, and how to access books.

I have links on my webpage to help you find the Pikes Peak Public Library and Epic books quickly, and will be constantly updating to include other fun reading activities.  This week I will include a link to a fun reading challenge with the Denver Broncos – and you all know how much I love the Broncos.  They are also encouraging kids to go outside and get active!  

See you soon!

This week “the rubber meets the road”.  Or…we will begin reading instruction via distance learning.  Let’s begin with review, Review, REVIEW.  

We will practice our phonics by working on letters/sounds, building words, decoding words and then we will read a story.  I will use a story on Epic ( and assign it to be read at home.  Please read it three times; the first time to figure out the words, the second time to practice, and the third time to sound like a professional! Don’t forget to send me permission for your child to access Epic Books. If you need the classroom code, it is   eyd1105  

Happy reading!

Last week was our first “honest to goodness” reading lesson, and it went GREAT!  Thanks to all the kids who participated.  We are doing a modified version of our daily Orton-Gillingham reading lesson.  We will always do some phonics (visual and auditory), sound blending, vocabulary, and reading.  The books are from the website Epic! If your child is not signed up, it would be a great idea to do so.  That way they can practice the story at home, and I can suggest additional stories at their individual reading level.

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