March 8, 2019

During our morning work time this week we have been working hard on our Market Day. Students will be visiting VCU market day, and have been working together as team to create an item to “sell”. Students will be given market day money from VCU based on awarded classroom cash. They will also have an opportunity shop other students booths from all other the Richmond Area. Check out the link for more information! Also here is a quick video from last years event! The majority of work will be done in school, students are allowed to work on Market Day items at home if they wish!

Science 

5th: This week students continued to explore elements, compounds and states of matter. Students worked on developing a superhero or villian based on a element on the periodic table. Students used the elements properties to determine the various powers of their hero/villian. We explored how elements come together to make compounds and molecules and that all matter comes in one of 4 states. We will continue to explore matter next week through more labs!

4th: This week students tested different materials to determine what are best conductors and insulators for electricity. We explored different types of circuts and what happens when connections between the supply and load are changed. Next week we will be doing a lab with circuits and various conductors. Check out our pictures on Instagram!

Math

5th: We wrapped up out unit on geometry this week with different types of triangles. Students explored classification of triangles by angle or by side length. They practiced their protrator skills and understanding how all 3 angles in a triangle total 180 degrees!

4th: This week students review area and perimeter. They did a creative project involving drawing a rectangle/square image and writing directions with area and perimeter to see if others could draw their picture. We also focused on including prepositions from ELA into the directions!

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS 

Monday, 3/11: Henrico Survey opens.  Parents are asked to submit their opinions on the 2019 Henrico Schools Survey at https://henricoschools.us/surveys/ between March 11-29.  Fifth graders will also complete this survey at school unless you returned an opt-out form.

Friday, 3/15: Aquarium Field Trip.  Drop off at 7:00 AM and pick up at 5:00 PM.  Click here for reminders!

REMINDERS

Field Trip Update: We will be BUSY in the month of March!  This week a flyer was sent home regarding our three field trips as well as Young Scientists visits.  Please return the attached permission forms ASAP, along with $20 for Young Scientists (or pay online).  We need chaperones for the VCU Market Day trip!  We are headed to VCU’s Siegel Center with hundreds of other students, so the more adults the merrier!  The trip is 3/26 from 9 AM – 1 PM.  Please contact me if you can make it!

Career Exploration: Students have been exploring career fields with Mrs. Bushey in preparation for Career Day!  Check out the site www.vacareerview.org at home to find out more and save the date for Career Day on March 27th and click here for the flyer.

Brookland Middle School Talent Show: All fifth graders and their families are invited to see Brookland Middle School’s Talent Show & Fashion Showcase on 3/22 at 6 PM at Hermitage High School.  This is the same day as our field trip to Hermitage, so your child can show you what he/she did that day!  Check out this flyer for details!

Camp Innovation: Check out this flyer for details about Camp Innovation summer offerings at the Math Science Innovation Center!

(Repost) MobyMax March Madness: All Trevvett students are challenged to focus on math fact fluency in the month of March!  Fifth graders are tasked with mastering multiplication and division facts through 12 by the end of March. Students that earn 100% mastery in MobyMax OR practice for 1 hour a week in MobyMax will get the chance to decorate a rock garden to beautify our school grounds! Click here to see the flyer sent home last week.

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March 1, 2019

We had a great time celebrating Read Across America week! Students were very creative in their spirt day attire and we had SODA guest readers on Friday. Stundets then participated in Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) at the end of the day. As we move into March we hope for warmer weather and more time outside!

Science 

5th: This week in science students have been learning about matter. We started by disucssing the basic unit of matter, the atom! Students reviewed the different components of the atom and explore the periodic table. They analyized the first 18 elements as a table group, learning the atomic number, name and mass! We will continue discussing atoms and elements next week, and students will explore how compounds are formed between them! Look for a take home project during the middle of next week! Click the picture to explore chemistry on your own!

4th: This week we began our new unit on Electricity! Students learned about static and current electricity and what makes good conductors and insultors. We talked about the different charges things have while conducting a fun lab on static using balloons! We will continue to explore this topic next week! Thank you for your donation of 4 dollars of the car kits! They have been ordered and we will begin making them before Spring Break!

Math

5th: Students dove into Geometry this week! We reviewed how to classifiy angles and students learned how to use a protractor to measure them. We then explored the terms complentary, supplementary and vertical angles as a way to compare different pairs of angles and to find a missing angle! Student combined all of their knowledge together in our Tape Table activity, where students measured and idenified angles and angle pairs. Check out the pictures on Instagram! We then began discussing the different types of triangles. This fun activity allows students to practice identifiying them in multiple ways, check it out!

4th: This week students have been looking at 3D and 2D shapes. They worked together to identify the different characteristics that classify various polygons: number of sides and length of sides. We discusses tessalations and students created their own using shape pieces. Plan to quiz on this information next week!

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS and  REMINDERS

Week Events:

    • 4th Grade Math: Quiz on 3D/2D Shapes
    • 5th Grade Math: Quiz on Angles/Angle Pairs/Triangles

NEWS AND REMINDERS:

  • Panther Prowl: Hermitage HS is hosting a Panther Prowl (5K/Fun Run) on March 23rd.  Flyers were sent home this week. Click here for the flyer.
  • Career Day: Ms. Bushey is seeking presenters for Career Day on March 27th. Click here for the flyer and her if you are interested.
  • (Repost) Tigers Lead T-shirts: Each fifth grader is invited to purchase a unique t-shirt created by his/her leadership team!  These will be worn on VCU Market Day in March and Moving On Celebration in June.  Click here for an extra copy.  Orders due 3/1.  Please contact me if you are in need of financial support.  On March 22, we will visit Hermitage to learn about how our shirts are printed!
  • (Repost) VCU Market Day: On March 26th, fifth graders will travel to VCU for an extra special Market Day with students from across the Richmond area and even state!  Unlike our typical Market Days, students will work in teams and most of the preparation will be done at school.  Students do NOT need to start preparing items at home.  Expect details about this exciting FREE event and permission forms soon.

Want to know what is going on in Language Arts and Social Studies
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February 22, 2019

Next week is Read Across America Week!

Be sure to check the bottom of the blog for spirit day events!

Science 

5th: This week in science students have been working on and testing their Egg Drop containers. Students were tasked with creating a protective device for Humty Dumpty to wear while on his hike up a mountain. Student’s were given 100 dollars and a list of supplies to make their creation. We tested the devices using raw eggs from a 2 meter drop and a 10 meter drop. In between students were able to reevaluate their structure and make changes. Check out our Instagram for videos and pictures from the 2 meter drop!

4th: We have been wrapping up our force and motion unit and students began designing their last experiment using the pinewood derby racers. We hope to begin designing them next week. Students also were able to watch the 5h grade egg drop exerpiment and wrote a reflection using vocabulary and knowledge gained from this unit.

Math

5th: We continued to practice writing and solving equations with variables this week. Students also learned pattern indentification and how to identifiy rules based on input and output function tables. We will continue to sprial both of these skills throughout next week. The math summative orginially on Friday was moved to Tuesday of this week due to our last start and losted time. Can you figure out the rule to the function table below?

4th: Student’s continued working on solving addition and subtraction problems with uncommon demoniators, as well we began our geometery unit. Student’s reviewed line vocabulary as well as angles. We devleoped a fun Simon Says style game to practice the terms. Taking it a step deeper students learned how to use a protractor and measure and identify angles by their degree. We did a fun activity with tape and geometeric shapes on their tables! Check it out on Instagram! The math summative orginially on Friday was moved to Tuesday of this week due to our last start and losted time.

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS and  REMINDERS

Week Events:

  • All Week: Dr. Seuss Read Across America Week!
  • Spirit Days:
    • Monday, 2/25: My Many Colored Day
    • Tuesday, 2/26: Oh The Places You’ll Go Day
    • Wednesday, 2/27: Wacky Wednesday Day
    • Thursday, 2/28: Cat in the Hat Day
    • Friday, 3/1: 
  • Tuesday, 2/26: 4th and 5th Math Summative
    • (extended since we had a dely)

NEWS AND REMINDERS:

  • Panther Prowl: Hermitage HS is hosting a Panther Prowl (5K/Fun Run) on March 23rd.  Flyers were sent home this week. Click here for the flyer.
  • Career Day: Ms. Bushey is seeking presenters for Career Day on March 27th. Click here for the flyer and her if you are interested.
  • (Repost) Tigers Lead T-shirts: Each fifth grader is invited to purchase a unique t-shirt created by his/her leadership team!  These will be worn on VCU Market Day in March and Moving On Celebration in June.  Click here for an extra copy.  Orders due 3/1.  Please contact me if you are in need of financial support.  On March 22, we will visit Hermitage to learn about how our shirts are printed!
  • (Repost) VCU Market Day: On March 26th, fifth graders will travel to VCU for an extra special Market Day with students from across the Richmond area and even state!  Unlike our typical Market Days, students will work in teams and most of the preparation will be done at school.  Students do NOT need to start preparing items at home.  Expect details about this exciting FREE event and permission forms soon.

Want to know what is going on in Language Arts and Social Studies
Check out Ms. Harris’ Blog!

February 15, 2018

What a wonderful Valentine’s Day we had!!!

Science 

5th: This week we have been reviewing force and motion. Students worked through some SOL Pass activities and designed a roller coster using an online program. We also began developing ideas for their Egg Drop Contest. The Egg Drop will allow students to experiment with kinteic and potential energy, drag and acceleration. Next week we will begin building our Egg Drop containers and hopefulling testing them!

4th: We have been learning all about kinetic and potential energy. Students completed a lab in which they tested the height at which a ball was rolled verse the distance it will travel on a carpeted surface. Thank you for replying to the survey on Remind about the Soap Box derby car kits. I will be sending a letter home with that information soon!

Math

5th: We have been learning a lot of new information this week. Students continued to work with writing open sentences using variable and we also learned interger operation rules. This is a tricky and challenging topic but is the foundation for algebra. I encourage students to practice on this website to help develop those skills. Next week we will apply those skills to solving multistep variable expressions!!

 

4th: We have had a challenging week with lots of new topics. Students reviewed 3rd grade material of adding and subtracting fractions with common demoninators. We then explored Least Common Multiple (LCM) and Greatest Common Factor (GCF). We used this skill and applied it to adding and subtracting fractions with UNLIKE denominators. Students will continue practicing this next week!

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS and  REMINDERS

Week Events:

  • Aquarium Field Trip: Please send in aquarium field trip forms (2 permission forms) and fees by 2/22.  If you are in need of financial support, please contact me and we’d be happy to support you with the fee!

NEWS AND REMINDERS:

 

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February 8, 2019

February 1, 2018

HOORAY! Benchmark testing is over and our class did AMAZING! I am so proud of their hard work. As our reward for everyone passing, we are going to have a have a BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE/NOOKEM celebration. Kids will have the opportunity to use classroom Chromebooks or electronic devices from home for free play!! Or they may choose to play with the rest of the 5th grade in a Nookem Tournament. Students may bring tablets, MP3 players, or video game devices. Students are expected to limit their content to school-appropriate websites, videos, or games. SORRY, NO CELL PHONES ARE PERMITTED. Thank you! Permission slip went home at the beginning of the week and must be returned in order to use a device!

Science 

5th: We spent the week reviewing for a benchmark and I am proud to say that everyone PASSED! They did a fantastic job. To review on Thursday we did science rotation activities with the whole 5th grade. Students completed a series of activities going from classroom to classroom! They had a wonderful and successful time! We will begin reviewing 4.2 Force and Motion next week!

4th: We will offically dive into 4.2 Force and Motion next week. We have reviewed vocabulary and explored kinetic and potential energy, but next week we will get to complete fun labs!

Math

5th: We began talking about algebra this week and the idea of a variable. Students really enjoyed learning something know and can’t wait to learn more!

4th: We spent Monday reviewing for the benchmark and everyone did a fantastic job! Students spent Thursday preparing for Va Studies and Friday we took a brain break. Next week we will being focusing on new topics!

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS and  REMINDERS

Week Events:

  • Science Vocabulary Challenge: This has started and will run the rest of the year!
  • Benchmark Celebration:
    • Monday February 11, 2019  9:00-10:00
  • 2nd Quarter Awards:
    • Monday February 11, 2019    1:30-1:45
  • Valentine Party:
    • Thursday February, 14, 2019    1:00-2:00
  • Aquarium Field Trip: Please send in aquarium field trip forms (2 permission forms) and fees by 2/22.  If you are in need of financial support, please contact me and we’d be happy to support you with the fee!

NEWS AND REMINDERS:

Valentine Party Message from PTO: We appreciate all the support we received from your signing up for classroom events and parties at Back to School Night in September, however, we would like to try a new system to streamline the communication.  We ask you to “forget” what you signed up for in regards to the Valentine’s Party and to use the following Sign-Up Genius instead. This way, you know if you are the one bringing a specific item. Every classroom is represented. Scroll to find your teacher (in alphabetical order), then sign up for what you’d like to donate to the party or to volunteer in the classroom. All food items must be store bought and peanut-free. Number of students will be different for each class based on enrollment. Please check with your child’s teacher for an accurate student number. Thank you for all your support in everything we do!!

Want to know what is going on in Language Arts and Social Studies
Check out Ms. Harris’ Blog!

January 25, 2018

Next week starts a NEW QUARTER! Even though we will be spending the majorty of the time reviewing for the benchmarks, all grades for those activities will be on 3rd quarter. As we look to next week, we will be making goals for the benchmarks and what we hope to achieve over all 3rd quarter. Keep up the good work!

Science 

5th: This week was buckled down at review things for the science benchmark on Feb. 8th. Students reviewed the steps of the sciencetific method, forms of measurement and made connections with vocabulary words from the 1st and 2nd quarter. We also started our Quia quiz challenge and everyone rocked the 5.5 quiz! As we continue to prepare, I want to remind students to review their interactive notebooks and complete the review packets on time.

4th: This week we began discussing force, energy and motion! Students began familarizing themselves with important definitions and watched demonstations to make those terms become more complete. Students then did a compare and contrast about kinetic and potential energy. As we move into the coming weeks we will be explore energy and the forces around us!

Math

5th: Students have been working very hard on reviewing and 6th grade material in preperation for the benchmark. This week we have reviewed fractions and decimals, as well as learned about absolute valuse and negative numbers. I want to remind everyone to work on the nightly review packets as we will be going over them each day!

4th: Lots of continued review this week! Fractions are going to be a heavy hitter on the benchmark so we have been practicing multiple stratagies for how to convert, compare and find equalivalents. I want to remind everyone to work on the nightly review packets as we will be going over them each day!

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS and  REMINDERS

Week Events:

  • Science Vocabulary Challenge: This has started and will run the rest of the year!
  • Monday, 1/28: NO SCHOOL

NEWS AND REMINDERS:

Valentine Party Message from PTO: We appreciate all the support we received from your signing up for classroom events and parties at Back to School Night in September, however, we would like to try a new system to streamline the communication.  We ask you to “forget” what you signed up for in regards to the Valentine’s Party and to use the following Sign-Up Genius instead. This way, you know if you are the one bringing a specific item. Every classroom is represented. Scroll to find your teacher (in alphabetical order), then sign up for what you’d like to donate to the party or to volunteer in the classroom. All food items must be store bought and peanut-free. Number of students will be different for each class based on enrollment. Please check with your child’s teacher for an accurate student number. Thank you for all your support in everything we do!

Benchmark Dates:
4th Math: Feb. 5th and 6th
4th Reading: Jan. 31 and Feb. 1
4th VA Studies: Feb. 8
5th Math: Jan. 31 and Feb. 1
5th Reading: Feb. 5th and 6th
5th Science: Feb. 8th

January 18, 2019

Please note the end of the blog as benchmark dates have changed and we have events coming up next week! 

Science

5th: We had a wonderful week in science. Students explored various types of plants and different characteristics that make up each. They got to look hands on at moss and a fern to compare and contrast vascular and non-vascular. Students also review the scientific method through a lab “How many drops can fit on a Penny?” Students identified an independent and dependent variable and then formulated an hypothesis for their experiment. As we prepare for the science benchmark we have also been practicing SOL format style questions. These will continue through the benchmark so expect short homework nightly.

4th: This week students finished their presentations on Earth/Moon/Sun relationships and presented them in front of the class. We discussed various Apollo missions to the moon and students read about the Apollo 13 disaster. Students then reviewed for their assessment by playing Kahoot!

Math

5th: Students have been review daily for the benchmark using spiral review worksheets with SOL format questions. We have also been learning how to create line plots and stem and leaf plots. We started the week reviewing Mean, Median, Mode and Range and students have been using this knowledge to create and analyze their data representations. We were able to apply this unit to our Drops on a Penny lab, and students created plots and calculations of M3R for their data sets. Please remember there will be short nightly homework to review for the benchmark. There will be a math summative on 1/25.

4th: We tackled reviewing fractions this week and added in some new skills. Students practiced determining which was greater, how to change improper fractions to mixed numbers and converting fractions to decimals. Two round out the week we played fraction decimal Bingo! We will continue to build upon these skills and review for the benchmark. Please expect nightly homework so they can practice SOL formated questions. There will be a math summative on Friday 1/25.

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS and  REMINDERS

Week Events:

  • Spirit Week: Click here for details on how we can show our spirit whilst supporting the Children’s Hospital of Richmond!
  • Science Vocabulary Challenge Starts Next Week: Flyer will come home Tuesday.
  • Monday, 1/21: NO SCHOOL
  • Tuesday, 1/22:
    • Twin Day!
  • Wednesday, 1/23:
    • Sports Day!
  • Thursday, 1/24:
    • Crazy Hair Day!
    • PAW Achievement (see below for explanation and expect permission forms on Tuesday)
    • Brookland MS Orientation (6 PM)
  • Friday, 1/25:
    • 4th and 5th Grade Math Summative
    • Pajama Day!
    • End of Q2
    • Family Honor Roll logs due

NEWS AND REMINDERS:

PAW Achievement: On Thursday January 24th, Challenge Discovery will bring our programming to the 5th Grade students of Trevvett Elementary School, who have achieved excellence in the last quarter of their academic year. We have customized a program that will help these Trevvett Tigers celebrate PAW Achievement, and will challenge their Perseverance, Attitude, and Work Ethic (PAW), through experiential, hands-on learning. By working with schools from all around the state, Challenge Discovery continually hones our unique experience based programming to develop individual skills (such as self-esteem and leadership), and group skills (such as communication and a mutually supportive environment). We also provide a program using the Odyssey Challenge Course at the University of Richmond, combining both low and high ropes challenges. Visit our website, challengediscovery.com, to learn more about including us in your school or team development. We are excited to be welcomed by the Trevvett Elementary School community!”  

Valentine Party Message from PTO: We appreciate all the support we received from your signing up for classroom events and parties at Back to School Night in September, however, we would like to try a new system to streamline the communication.  We ask you to “forget” what you signed up for in regards to the Valentine’s Party and to use the following Sign-Up Genius instead. This way, you know if you are the one bringing a specific item. Every classroom is represented. Scroll to find your teacher (in alphabetical order), then sign up for what you’d like to donate to the party or to volunteer in the classroom. All food items must be store bought and peanut-free. Number of students will be different for each class based on enrollment. Please check with your child’s teacher for an accurate student number. Thank you for all your support in everything we do!

Benchmark Dates HAVE CHANGED:
4th Math: Feb. 5th and 6th
4th Reading: Jan. 31 and Feb. 1
4th VA Studies: Feb. 8
5th Math: Jan. 31 and Feb. 1
5th Reading: Feb. 5th and 6th
5th Science: Feb. 8th

January 11, 2019

Welcome to 2019!! Seems like it has been forever since we have had a full week to post about! Hope you are looking forward to the new year!

Science

5th: With a full week of science we were able to accomplish so much! Students began learning about the classification of living things. Students learned the 8 levels of classification and discussed specific aspects of each of the 5 kingdoms. We then explored the animal kingdom in more detail, focusing on vertebrates and invertebrates. Students learned how animals were classified into different phyla based on physical/behavioral characteristics. Some statistics about the Arthropod phyla they found quite astonishing, check them out in this TED ed. Focusing on the vertebrates in the phylum Chordata we explored the different classes of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and fish!

4th: This week students explored the relationships between the Earth, Moon and Sun. Students discovered how the moon causes tides on Earth, how Earth’s tilt and the sun creates seasons, and how could further explain why the moon goes though phases. Students were tasked with creating a presentation to show the knowledge they have learned! We look forward to viewing those next week!

Math

5th: Students have been really focused in math this week allowing us to get through a lot of information. We wrapped up our unit on probability with a quiz and moved on to discussing mean, median and mode. Here is a cool music video we watched in class to help students remember the steps to take to determine each in a data set.

4th: We started the week we a review on fractions in preparation for our probability unit. Students examined probability by flipping coins, rolling a die and predicting outcomes based on data. We are also continuing to use IXL and Moby Max to improve our skill!

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

EVENTS and  REMINDERS

for NEXT WEEK

  • Monday: 1/14: 5th grade Cell Project Due
  •  Tuesday: 1/15:
  • Wednesday: 1/16:
  • Thursday: 1/17: 4th grade Probability Assessment
  • Friday 1/18: 5th grade 5.5 Science Summative Quiz
    • 4th grade 4.8 Science Summative Quiz

There will be lots of review for benchmarks starting next week. Please make sure you are checking remind for information on packets going home for homework.

Benchmark Dates:
4th Math: Feb. 5th and 6th
4th Reading: Jan. 23 and 24
4th VA Studies: Feb. 1
5th Math: Jan. 30 and 31
5th Reading: Feb. 5th and 6th
5th Science: Feb. 8th

December 14, 2018

 

Short week with all the snow! With juggling delayed opening and MAPs testing we will be adjusting the schedule next week to include instructional time!

Science

5th: Students created cell analogies this week, comparing the cell to something such as a factory, city or circus. This takes understanding the cell organelle functions to a high level and allows students to create a real-life connection to this microscopic unit of life!

4th: We continued to talk about the moon and its different phases. Students are encouraged to look at the moon over break and illustrate its shape on our moon map!

Math

5th: This week students review order of operations and took their Math MAPs assessment.

4th: We continued to practice division this week as we worked through different practice problems and activities! Original quiz that was scheduled for this week will be given after break. Students will be taking the Math MAPs test on Monday 12/17.

Looking for another way to support your child in math? Check out Trevvett’s new YouTube channel! Click here to see step-by-step math tutorials and K-5 tips to try at home!  We will update with new videos at the start of each new math unit this year.

NEXT WEEK @ A GLANCE

5th Grade
MATH: Dividing Fractions
SCIENCE: Living Things: Cells

4th Grade
MATH: Division: Continued practice with and without remainders
SCIENCE: Moon Phases

EVENTS AND REMINDERS NEXT WEEK

  • Monday, 12/17: 4th grade Math MAPS Test
    •           5th grade Reading MAPS Test
  •  Tuesday, 12/18:  5th grade Organelle Quiz
  • Wednesday, 12/19: 5th grade Multiplying Fractions Quiz
    • NEWS & EVENTS:
  • Winter Party: We are looking forward to celebrating the season with a class party on December 19th!  Thank you to the families that volunteered to send in goodies!  You should have received an email from the PTO reminding you what you signed up for.  If you have any questions about the party, please reach out to PTO President Mrs. Cronin at evieloucronin@gmail.com.