CTES GO NUTS FOR READING at the DIAMOND

RICHMOND FLYING SQUIRRELS GO NUTS FOR READING

  1. Please report to The Diamond by 5:30pm if you would like to participate in the pre-game parade.
  2. Students’ ticket vouchers will let them into the game, but parents and families will need to purchase a ticket. It is strongly recommended that parents and families purchase a ticket ahead of time at www.squirrelsbaseball.com or by calling 804-359-3866, or through the school fundraiser if applicable.
  3. Pre-Game Parade: Students may walk in a parade with Nutzy & Nutasha around the field before the game. All interested students & parents should line up inside the front gates at the bottom of the main steps by 5:45pm. Flying Squirrels staff will be available for directions and questions.
  4. All tickets are general admission, and no seats are reserved. So, seats will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Our school will try to sit together in Section 204. If there are no seats available in that section, feel free to sit elsewhere in the upper deck.
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Mrs. Lantz’s Fourth Grade News March 25th – 29th

Math –
Students will begin studying Measurement focusing on:
-estimating and measuring length and describe the result in U.S. Customary and metric units
-estimating and measuring weight/mass and describe the result in U.S. Customary and metric units
-given the equivalent measure of one unit, identifying equivalent measures of length, weight/mass, and liquid volume between units within the U.S. Customary system
-solving practical problems that involve length, weight/mass, and liquid volume in U.S. Customary units

**Measurement Test will be after Spring Break*

Science
Students will continue studying Electricity focusing on:
-understanding the difference between conductors and insulators
-identifying different types of circuits; open/closed, series/parallel
-understanding static electricity
-understanding the ability of electrical energy to be transformed into light and motion, and to produce heat
-understanding simple electromagnets and magnetism
-identifying historical contributions in understanding electricity

**Electricity Test Friday, March 29th**

Important Community Events & Reminders:
March 25th-29th            SCA Smencil Fundraiser $1/each
March 26th                      Market Day @ VCU Siegel Center
March 28th                      Young Scientists
March 29th                      1/2 Day; End of 3rd Quarter
April 1st-5th                     Spring Break
April 19th                          1/2 Day Easter Holiday Weekend
April 22nd                        Easter Holiday
April 29th                         Field Trip to Pamplin Park
May 12th                            Recorder Concert 1:45pm

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Yearbook Pictures

Hi Parents,

Our yearbook committee is in UGRENT need of yearbook pictures! There are many classes with NO pictures uploaded! Please choose 6-10 GOOD GROUP pictures and upload them to the ReplayIt App.

If you are unable to upload, please email pictures to debbie.mangiaracina@gmail.com

Again, 6-10 good ones. Group photos are best. These pictures are for your classroom page so we want everyone in your classroom included in their class collage if possible, no individual pictures please!

Please upload these pictures by this weekend. Thank you!
Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions!

Thanks so much,
Mei:)

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Mrs. Lantz’s Fourth Grade News March 11th – 15th

Math –
Students will begin studying Measurement focusing on:
-estimating and measuring length and describe the result in U.S. Customary and metric units
-estimating and measuring weight/mass and describe the result in U.S. Customary and metric units
-given the equivalent measure of one unit, identifying equivalent measures of length, weight/mass, and liquid volume between units within the U.S. Customary system
-solving practical problems that involve length, weight/mass, and liquid volume in U.S. Customary units

Science
Students will continue studying Force & Motion focusing on:
-the motion of an object’s speed and direction
-how changes in motion are related to force and mass
-friction is the force that opposes motion
-kinetic energy of moving objects

**Force & Motion Test Friday, March 15th**

Important Community Events & Reminders:
March 13th                      Market Day After School
March 15th                      Spring Photos
March 15th                      Market Day Field Trip Permission Slips due
March 21st                       Market Day After School
March 26th                      Market Day @ VCU Siegel Center
March 28th                      Young Scientists
March 29th                      1/2 Day; End of 3rd Quarter
April 1st-5th                     Spring Break
April 22nd                        Easter Holiday
April 29th                         Field Trip to Pamplin Park
May 12th                           Recorder Concert 1:45pm

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St. Baldricks Foundation PTA Fundraiser

In honor of one of our students, Tariq Masood in Mrs. Stephens KG class, the PTA is sponsoring a fundraiser for St. Baldricks Foundation to raise money for childhood cancer research in Tariq’s name. See the link below for more information.

https://www.stbaldricks.org/teams/teamTariq?fbclid=IwAR1o_YQtUpRCqrgcN3cPErwkxJP7GiGmQYeBeSrxS2XP0clz33fvy71L-e0

 

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Mrs. Lantz’s Fourth Grade News March 4th-8th

Math –
Students will begin studying Measurement focusing on:
-estimating and measuring length and describe the result in U.S. Customary and metric units
-estimating and measuring weight/mass and describe the result in U.S. Customary and metric units
-given the equivalent measure of one unit, identifying equivalent measures of length, weight/mass, and liquid volume between units within the U.S. Customary system
-solving practical problems that involve length, weight/mass, and liquid volume in U.S. Customary units

Science
Students will begin studying Force & Motion focusing on:
-the motion of an object’s speed and direction
-how changes in motion are related to force and mass
-friction is the force that opposes motion
-kinetic energy of moving objects

Important Community Events & Reminders:
March 15th                      Spring Photos
March 28th                    Young Scientists
March 29th                     1/2 Day; End of 3rd Quarter
April 1st-5th                   Spring Break
April 22nd                       Easter Holiday
April 29th                        Field Trip to Pamplin Park
May 12th                          Recorder Concert 1:45pm

 

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Dr. Seuss Spirit Week

Celebrate Dr. Seuss at CTES!

Monday, March 4th – Silly Sock Day!

  • Wear your silliest socks in honor of Fox in Socks!

Tuesday, March 5th – Go Green!

  • Wear green in spirit of Green Eggs and Ham!

Wednesday, March 6th – Wacky Wednesday!

  • Wear wacky clothes (mismatched, backwards…) in honor of Wacky Wednesday book!

Thursday, March 7th – Red, Black, and White!

  • Wear red, black, and white for The Cat in the Hat Comes Back.

Friday, March 8th– Dr. Seuss Dress Up!

  • Dress up as your favorite Dr. Seuss character.
  • Kindergartners will have a character parade.

 

 

 

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Mrs. Lantz’s Fourth Grade News Feb. 25th – March 1st

Math –
Students will continue studying area and perimeter focusing on:
solving practical problems that involve determining perimeter and area in U.S. Customary and metric units

Students will begin studying plane and solid figures focusing on:
identifying, describing, comparing, and contrasting plane and solid figures according to their characteristics (number of angles, vertices, edges, and the number of shape faces) using concrete models and pictorial representations

**Test on Geometry Unit will be Tuesday, March 5th**

Virginia Studies-
Students will continue studying the Constitution and Branches of Government focusing on:
-explaining why George Washington is called the “Father of Our Country” and James Madison is called the “Father of the Constitution”
-identifying the ideas of George Mason, as expressed in the Virginia Declaration of Rights and Thomas Jefferson as expressed in the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
-explaining the influence of geography and technological advances on the migration of Virginians into other states and western territories in the first half of the 1800s
identifying the three branches of Virginia government and the function of each.

**Test will be Friday, March 1st**
**Constitution Poster Project due Friday, March 1st**

Important Community Events & Reminders:
March 1st                        Field Trip to St. John’s Church
March 28th                    Young Scientists
March 29th                     1/2 Day; End of 3rd Quarter
April 1st-5th                   Spring Break
April 22nd                       Easter Holiday
April 29th                        Field Trip to Pamplin Park
May 12th                          Recorder Concert 1:45pm

 

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