Dec 6

Word Study:

-sorting and spelling

*Students’ words are differentiated based on their needs. A copy of their new words were sent home today and they will be tested on Friday (12/9). Please make sure that students are practice sorting and spelling them. It is also beneficial to call a few words that are not part of their list, but follow the same pattern. For example: if they are sorting words by –ch, then call some words that have that pattern that aren’t on their list.

 

Reading: Synthesizing with Fiction

-read alouds, story maps, graphic organizers

This week we will be working on synthesizing with fiction texts. During whole group I will read fiction books aloud to the class. The students will be responsible for writing down what they are thinking about as the book is being read and as their thinking changes as we go along in the text. As we read, they will discover more about the characters, topics, and important events and will change their thoughts and opinions.

 

Writing: Friendly Letter

-SOL 2.13g Using simple abbreviations (Mr., Mrs., Ms., and Dr., Jan., Mon., St., Rd.)

-SOL 2.12i Using commas in the salutations (Dear Tyrell,) and closing (Sincerely, ) of a letter

*Students will be learning the parts of a friendly letter (heading, greeting, body, closing and signature). They will write friendly letters to a classmate and then that classmate will write a friendly letter back to them. They will need to include all the parts of the friendly letter as well as the commas where necessary.

 

Math:

-SOL 2.5 Recall facts *New facts will be sent home on Tuesday (12/6) and they will be assessed on them next Tuesday (12/13).

-SOL 2.13 Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.1 b) round two-digit numbers to the nearest ten    TEST-12/8

This week we will continue our place value unit, but we will focus on rounding two-digit numbers. Students can practice the rounding rap or the rounding rhyme to help them know whether to round up or down. They will participate in different stations that reinforce the skill as well. At home, write down a two digit numbers and ask them what it would round to.

Social Studies:

-SOL 2.4c-The student will be able to locate the regions of the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo Indians on United States maps.

-SOL 2.2- The student will understand the contributions of the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo (American Indians).

-SOL 2.4d- The student will compare climate, land, and plant life of Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo.

-SOL 2.4d- The student will understand how Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo related to their environments.

To help enforce this skill we will be participating in different activities at school. Students will practice locating and labeling the regions of the Native Americans on a map. I will incorporate nonfiction text to read to the class about the different Native Americans. Students will work with partners, and small groups to work on different STEAM projects in class related to the Native Americans. **QUIZ on the Lakota 12/7 and Pueblo 12/12. Test on all the tribes on 12/14.

 

**Please review your social studies and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes. It is important that students not only understand the meaning of key words, but they can also apply them.

 

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

A December calendar of suggested enrichment and practice activities came home last week for your child to complete at home. Please know that these activities are optional!

 

Homework Policy Reminder- Students have no written homework this year. However, they still should be reading 20 minutes each night, studying math flash cards (these come home each Tuesday), sorting and practicing word study words, and studying for test/quizzes (notebooks come home nightly to be studied).

Grading- Teachers will be collecting grades on test, quizzes, classwork, projects, and participation. Classwork and participation grades will not be announced ahead of time. Subjects such as reading and writing have weekly assignments including exit tickets and end of unit assessments. These will be graded. There may not always be papers that come home for each grade in the grade book. All papers that are graded will come home on Wednesdays in the Wednesday folder. Grades are entered weekly into PowerSchool.

 

REMINDERS:

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*Return Wednesday folder by Friday

*Please return any report card envelopes if you have not done so already!

*Crazy Hair day tomorrow 12/6

*Picture Re-takes-December 7th

*Winter Parties, Pajama Day and Sing & Ring-December 16th

 

Nov 28

Word Study:

-sorting and spelling

*Students’ words are differentiated based on their needs. A copy of their new words was sent home today and they will be tested on Friday (12/2). Please make sure that students are practice sorting and spelling them. It is also beneficial to call a few words that are not part of their list, but follow the same pattern. For example: if they are sorting words by –ch, then call some words that have that pattern that aren’t on their list.

 

Reading: Questioning with Nonfiction

-read alouds, story maps, graphic organizers

This week we will be working on questioning with non-fiction texts. This is a skill that we have done before, but it can sometimes be a difficult one. During whole group I will read nonfiction books aloud to the class and students will be responsible for writing their own thought-provoking questions before, during, and after we read the text. We will use pictures to help get students thinking and asking questions and we will begin to discuss the different between a “thick” question and a “thin” question. A great way to practice this skill at home is to give students three sticky notes and ask them to write a question or something they are wondering before, during, and after they read. Try to direct them to ask deep, thought-provoking questions or questions that can be answered with the text.

 

Writing:

-SOL 2.7c- Use knowledge of synonyms and antonyms

-SOL 2.12b- Organize writing for expository writing

-SOL 2.12c- Expand writing to include supporting details

*Students will continue to practice synonyms and antonyms and will work to use them to ‘spruce’ up their writing. We will also be working on expository writing. This type of writing requires students to write something that provides the reader with information. We will be working on different ‘how to’ writing assignments. Students will pick something that they are really good at or something that know a lot about and will write an expository piece of writing to teach the class something.

 

Math:

-SOL 2.5 Recall facts *New facts will be sent home on Tuesday (11/29) and they will be assessed on them next Tuesday (12/6).

-SOL 2.13 Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.1a- The student will be able to read, write, and identify the place value of each digit in a three digit numeral, using numeration models.

-SOL 2.1c- The student will compare two whole numbers between 0 and 999, using symbols (<,>,=) and words (less than, greater than, equal to). **Quiz 12/1

This week we will continue our place value unit, but we will focus on comparing two numbers. Students must be able to recognize the symbols and be able to read them. They will also be asked to compare two numbers by using the correct symbol. They will participate in different stations that reinforce the skill as well. At home, write down two numbers and ask them to compare them using the correct symbol. Afterwards have students read it to you using the words greater than, less than, or equal to. We will introduce rounding two digit numbers to the nearest ten on Friday 12/2.

 

Social Studies:

-SOL 2.4c-The student will be able to locate the regions of the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo Indians on United States maps.

-SOL 2.2- The student will understand the contributions of the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo (American Indians).

-SOL 2.4d- The student will compare climate, land, and plant life of Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo.

-SOL 2.4d- The student will understand how Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo related to their environments.

To help enforce this skill we will be participating in different activities at school. Students will practice locating and labeling the regions of the Native Americans on a map. I will incorporate nonfiction text to read to the class about the different Native Americans. Students will work with partners, and small groups to work on different STEAM projects in class related to the Native Americans. **QUIZ on the Powhatan 12/2

**Please review your social studies and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes. It is important that students not only understand the meaning of key words, but they can also apply them.

 

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

We will be sending home a new monthly calendar of suggested enrichment and practice activities for your child to complete at home. Please know that these activities are optional!

 

Homework Policy Reminder- Students have no written homework this year. However, they still should be reading 20 minutes each night, studying math flash cards (these come home each Tuesday), sorting and practicing word study words, and studying for test/quizzes (notebooks come home nightly to be studied).

Grading- Teachers will be collecting grades on test, quizzes, classwork, projects, and participation. Classwork and participation grades will not be announced ahead of time. Subjects such as reading and writing have weekly assignments including exit tickets and end of unit assessments. These will be graded. There may not always be papers that come home for each grade in the grade book. All papers that are graded will come home on Wednesdays in the Wednesday folder. Grades are entered weekly into PowerSchool.

 

 

REMINDERS:

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*Return Wednesday folder by Friday

*Please return any report card envelopes if you have not done so already!

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE

BOXES OR SODA. . . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

*It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!

*Pinchbeck’s SCA will be collecting canned goods for the Henrico Christmas Mother from November 14th-30th.  Dig deep into your pantry and send in those canned foods to support Henrico families during the holiday season!  Some food items that are particularly needed: canned food, peanut butter, crackers, cereal, and any item that does not require refrigeration! We will also be collecting new or gently used books. These should be placed in the boxes along with the canned goods. Please place all items in the appropriate grade level boxes inside the cafeteria entrance. The grade level that donates the most items will win a fun DANCE PARTY after the school-wide sing-and-ring next month!

*PTA Winter Dance-December 2 @ 6pm

*Picture Re-takes-December 7th

*Winter Parties and Sing & Ring-December 16th

 

 

Nov 8

Spelling:

-sorting and spelling Quiz on 11/11

 

Reading:

SOL 2.9b Predictions with Non-fiction texts

-read alouds and story maps

 

Writing:

SOL 2.7c Use knowledge of synonyms and antonyms

SOL 2.13d Use singular and plural nouns

 

Math:

-SOL 2.13 Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

SOL 2.22 Equations (equal = and not equal ≠) Equality Test 11/11

*Flash Card Fact Quiz Wednesday 11/9

 

Social Studies:

SOL 2.5a- Students will locate the equator, continents, and 5 oceans on maps and globes.

Test date CHANGED to 11/14

 

**Please review your social studies and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes. It is important that students not only understand the meaning of key words, but they can also apply them.

 

 

 

 

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

  • Before reading for 20 minutes each night, make a prediction about your book!
  • Look at a map and try to locate and identify all 7 continents and 5 oceans. Sing the continent song!
  • Create a map of your room
  • Paint a pumpkin to look like the globe

 

REMINDERS:

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*Return Wednesday folder by Friday

*Books will be sold during Parent Conference Night and Election Day

*NO after school tutoring on Monday 11/7

*Parent/Teacher Conferences 11/7

*Student Holiday 11/8

*CoGAT testing  11/9, 11/10 and 11/14

*Veteran’s Day Assembly 11/11

*The SCA will be collecting canned goods and gently used books for the Henrico Christmas Mother from November 14-November 30.  Dig deep into your pantry and send in those canned foods to support Henrico families during the holiday season!  Some food items that are particularly needed: canned food, peanut butter, crackers, cereal, and any item that does not require refrigeration! Please place all items in the appropriate grade level boxes inside the cafeteria entrance. Thanks for your support!

 

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE

BOXES OR SODA. . . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

*It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!

 

 

Homework Policy Reminder- Students have no written homework this year. However, they still should be reading 20 minutes each night, studying math flash cards (these come home each Tuesday) and studying for test/quizzes (notebooks come home nightly to be studied).

 

Grading- Teachers will be collecting grades on test, quizzes, classwork, projects, and participation. Classwork and participation grades will not be announced ahead of time. Subjects such as reading and writing have weekly assignments including exit tickets and end of unit assessments. These will be graded. There may not always be papers that come home for each grade in the grade book. All papers that are graded will come home on Wednesdays in the Wednesday folder. Grades are entered weekly into PowerSchool.

 

Oct 24

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Oct 24

Reading:  Main Idea and Supporting Details with fiction text  (2.8)

-read alouds and story maps

 

Writing:- 2.13 a) Recognize and write complete sentences (declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences) Continue working on common and proper nouns. We will also introduce synonyms (2.7)

 

Math:

-SOL 2.13  Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.5 The student will recall addition facts with sums to 20 or less and the corresponding subtraction facts. Fact Quiz Tuesday 10/25

 

Social Studies:

Diversity Doll Due 10/26

SOL 2.6- Students will construct/demonstrate map skills using title, map legend, and compass rose. Quiz 10/27

SOL 2.5a- Students will locate the equator, continents, and 5 oceans on maps and globes.

 

**Please review your social studies, and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes. It is important that students not only understand the meaning of key words, but they can also apply them.

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

  • Read for 20 minutes each night AND identify the main idea and 3 supporting details.
  • Look at a map and try to identify the different parts (map legend, title, and compass rose)
  • Practice making your own map of a room in your house and be sure to include a title, map legend, and compass rose
  • Go to the library and look for different books about maps.
  • Practice addition/subtraction facts using flash cards.
  • Try to locate and identify all 7 continents and 5 oceans.

 

 

REMINDERS:

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*Return Wednesday folder by Friday

*Math Screener Test begins 10/17

*Fact Practice Flash Cards Quiz 10/25

*Fall Festival and Book Fair 10/28, 4:30-7:00

            *Books will be sold during the Fall Festival, Parent Conference Night, and Election Day

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money.

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE

BOXES OR SODA. . . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

*It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!

 

Oct 17

Reading:  Predicting (fiction/non-fiction) SOL 2.8-read alouds and story maps

 

Writing:- 2.13 a) Recognize and write complete sentences (declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences  c) Introduce capitalization of all proper nouns and the word I

 

Math:

-SOL 2.13  Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.20  The student will identify, create, and extend a wide variety of patterns. TEST 10/20

-SOL 2.5 The student will recall addition facts with sums to 20 or less and the corresponding subtraction facts.

 

Science:

SOL 2.7 The students will investigate and understand that weather and seasonal changes affect plants, animals and their surroundings. Key concepts include;

  1. a) effects of weather and seasonal changes on the growth and behavior of living things;
  2. b) weathering and erosion of land surfaces. TEST 10/18

 

Social Studies:

SOL 2.12 The student will understand that the people of Virginia

  1. have state and local government officials who are elected by voters;
  2. have diverse ethnic origins, customs, and traditions, who make contributions to their communities, and who are united as Americans by commons principles.

 

**Please review your social studies, science and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes.

 

 

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

  • Read for 20 minutes each night AND make predictions before and as you read.
  • Play outside or go for a walk with your family in your neighborhood and look for an erosion from the rain.
  • Look for examples of condensation and evaporation in your home and in your community.
  • Go to the local library and check out books related to patterns.
  • Make a list of different types of patterns found in your home.
  • Practice addition/subtraction facts using flash cards.
  • Talk to a family member about the upcoming presidential election. Ask them if you can go with them to vote.
  • Ask a family member about your ethnic origin. Discuss your family’s customs and traditions.

 

REMINDERS:

*SCHOLASTIC NEWS MONEY DUE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH!!

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*Return Wednesday folder by Friday

*Math Screener Test begins 10/17

*Fact Practice Flash Cards Quiz 10/18

*Picture Day 10/19

*Reflections Ice Cream Social 10/21

*Fall Festival and Book Fair 10/28, 4:30-7:00

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money.

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE

BOXES OR SODA. . . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

*It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!

 

Oct 11

Reading:  Predicting (fiction/non-fiction) SOL 2.8-read alouds and story maps

 

Writing:- 2.13 a) Recognize and write complete sentences (declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences  c) Introduce capitalization of all proper nouns and the word I

 

Math:

-SOL 2.13  Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.20  Patterns-The student will identify, create, and extend a wide variety of patterns.

 

Science:

-SOL 2.7 The students will investigate and understand that weather and seasonal changes affect plants, animals and their surroundings. Key concepts include;

  1. a) effects of weather and seasonal changes on the growth and behavior of living things;
  2. b) weathering and erosion of land surfaces. Upcoming TEST 10/18

 

**Please review your social studies, science and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

  • Read for 20 minutes each night AND make predictions before and as you read.
  • Play outside or go for a walk with your family in your neighborhood and look for an erosion from the rain
  • Look for examples of condensation and evaporation in your home and in your community
  • Go to the local library and check out books related to patterns
  • Make a list of different types of patterns found in your home

 

 

REMINDERS:

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*PALS (Phonemic Awareness Literacy Screening) testing continues

*Return Wednesday folder by Friday

*Field Trip to Henricus 10/13  *BRING A PACKED LUNCH and wear RED SHIRT!

*Math Screener Test begins 10/17

*Fact Practice Flash Cards Quiz 10/18

*Picture Day 10/19

*Reflections Ice Cream Social 10/21

*SCA Updates: PTA/SCA Soccer Tournament:  “The PTA and SCA are sponsoring a soccer tournament THIS Friday, October 14.  Tuesday, October 11th is the last day to sign up. The tournament will be held afterschool and will last until approximately 4pm.  This event is FREE and open to all students, grades K through 5.  Students are encouraged to form teams of 3 to compete in a double elimination tournament. This means each team will play in at least two games.  Students may sign up without teammates. If you have any questions, contact Marie Hess at mariehess@gmail.com. Please use this form to register your child:  https://goo.gl/forms/20dNKXU5FTWK6ZMt2

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money.

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE

BOXES OR SODA. . . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

*It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!

 

Oct 4

Reading:  Predicting (fiction/non-fiction) SOL 2.8-read alouds and story maps

 

Writing:-writing prompts

 

Math:

-SOL 2.13  Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.17 Graphing-the student will use data from experiments to construct picture graphs, pictographs, and bar graphs. TEST: 10/6

 

Science:

-SOL 2.6 a-c Weather-the student will investigate and understand basic types, changes, and patterns of weather. Key concepts include:

  1. a) identification of common storms and other weather phenomena
  2. b) the uses and importance of measuring, recording, and interpreting weather data; and
  3. c) the uses and importance of tracking weather data over time TEST: 10/4

-SOL 2.7 The students will investigate and understand that weather and seasonal changes affect plants, animals and their surroundings. Key concepts include;

  1. a) effects of weather and seasonal changes on the growth and behavior of living things;
  2. b) weathering and erosion of land surfaces.

 

**Please review your social studies, science and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes.

 

 

 

 

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

  • Read for 20 minutes each night AND make predictions before and as you read.
  • Play outside or go for a walk with your family in your neighborhood and look for an erosion from the rain.
  • Watch the weather in the morning to look for the temperature each day.
  • Call and survey your family and make a graph to record your data.
  • Keep your own journal for the week in order to track the weather each day
  • Go the local library and check out books related to different types of weather

 

 

REMINDERS:

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*PALS (Phonemic Awareness Literacy Screening) testing continues

*Return Wednesday folder by Friday.

*Student Holiday 10/10

*Picture Day 10/19

*Reflections Ice Cream Social 10/21

*SCA Updates: PTA/SCA Soccer Tournament:  “The PTA and SCA are sponsoring a soccer tournament on Friday, October 14.  The tournament will be held afterschool and will last until approximately 4pm.  This event is open to all students, grades K through 5.  Students are encouraged to form teams of 3 to compete in a double elimination tournament. This means each team will play in at least two games.  Students may sign up without teammates. We will do our best to match up players and form teams.  It has been great fun in the past and if it is a success, we hope to have a basketball tournament in the spring. If you have any questions, contact Marie Hess at mariehess@gmail.com. Please use this form to register your child. https://goo.gl/forms/20dNKXU5FTWK6ZMt2

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money.

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE

BOXES OR SODA. . . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

*It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!

 

Sep 26

Reading:  Making Connections (fiction/non-fiction) SOL 2.16, 2.19-read alouds and story maps

 

Writing:-writing prompts

 

Math:

-SOL 2.13  Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.14 Temperature- the student will read the temperature on a Celsius and/or Fahrenheit thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees. Quiz: 9/29

-SOL 2.17 Graphing-the student will use data from experiments to construct picture graphs, pictographs, and bar graphs. TEST: 10/6

 

Science:

-SOL 2.6 a-c Weather-the student will investigate and understand basic types, changes, and patterns of weather. Key concepts include:

  1. a) identification of common storms and other weather phenomena
  2. b) the uses and importance of measuring, recording, and interpreting weather data; and
  3. c) the uses and importance of tracking weather data over time TEST: 10/4

 

**Please review your social studies, science and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes.

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

  • Read for 20 minutes each night
  • Play outside or go for a walk with your family in your neighborhood
  • Watch the weather in the morning to look for the temperature each day
  • Use a thermometer at home to practice reading temperature
  • Keep your own journal for the week in order to track the weather each day
  • Go the local library and check out books related to different types of weather

 

REMINDERS:

*Please read for 20 minutes each night!

*PALS (Phonemic Awareness Literacy Screening) testing continues

*Student Holiday 10/10

*Picture Day 10/19

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money.

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE

BOXES OR SODA. . . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

*It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!

Sep 21

Reading:  Making Connection (fiction/non-fiction) SOL 2.16, 2.19-read alouds and story maps

 

Writing: -writing prompts

 

Math:

-SOL 2.13  Calendar-the student will determine past and future days of the week; and identify specific days and dates on a given calendar.

-SOL 2.4(c)  The student will recognize even and odd numbers.  TEST: 9/22

 

Social Studies:

-SOL 2.3  The student will identify and compare changes in community life over time in terms of buildings, jobs, transportation, and population.  TEST: 9/23

 

**Please review your social studies and math notebook with your child and return it to school the next day.  Terms, definitions, and study guides will be in this notebook and your child should use this to study for all tests and quizzes.

 

Enrichment and practice activities for home:

  • Read for 20 minutes each night
  • Study Social Studies and Math notebook for tests at the end of the week
  • Play outside or go for a walk with your family in your neighborhood
  • Make a list of things you like to do in your community (where you like to eat, play, shop, etc)
  • Go to the local library and check out books about different ways to travel

 

REMINDERS:

*PALS (Phonemic Awareness Literacy Screening) testing begins 9/19

*Half-day for students 9/21, Dismissal at 11:05 A.M.

*Back to School Night 9/22, 6:00 P.M.

*Field Trip permission slip and money due this Friday, 9/23

*Be sure to check your child’s lunch account to see if they need any money.

*Students should plan to bring in a healthy snack daily.  NO JUICE BOXES OR SODA. . .ONLY WATER, PLEASE.

 

It’s important to check your child’s folder daily and TAKE OUT all

papers on the “keep at home” side.  Thank You!!