Tuesday students should not bring their backpack to school. We will load the buses from the Gym, and will not being go up to the classroom.
I will send a gallon ziplock bag on Monday ( for my homeroom students) with your child’s name on it for their lunch and drink to go in (so they will fit in my ice chest.) NO lunch boxes or reusable drink bottles are to be brought.
Even if you plan to meet us at the Zoo, please send your child’s lunch to school Tuesday morning. In the event your plans should change and you can not be at the Zoo, you child will still have their lunch.
We are excited to go see the amazing sights at the zoo and hope to see parents there.
Thank you all for supporting your school!
Students are bringing home a BLUE note today with information about our field trip on April 10. We will leave the school at 8:15 and will leave the zoo at 1:00 to return to school.
Students will be responsible for bringing a sack lunch (NO TYPE OF LUNCH KIT) and a drink. I found when my children were in school if I would freeze a water bottle, then wrap it in foil, it was thawed enough by lunch time to drink, but it was still cold. Packing the lunch in a large ziplock bag is a great way to carry.
The note in their folder offers a choice to purchase and pre-order a sack lunch from our cafeteria. It needs to be returned next week in order for the cafeteria to plan ahead.
Please return the permission slip on the bottom of the note next week.
Our Easter Party is Thursday the 28th from 8:30-9:30. Students may bring an Easter bag, basket, or bucket. Each student needs to bring a small egg for each student in the class. (19) The eggs can be filled with a treat such as; erasers, wrapped candy, Hershey’s Kisses, etc. NO CANDY SHOULD CONTAIN NUTS. Please be sure the eggs are taped. We will not have an egg hunt, but will give out our treats in the classroom.
You may send bag, bucket, or basket and eggs beginning on Monday.
You may sign your child out after the party.
Reading: (8) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Fiction. Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding. Students are expected to:
- (A) sequence and summarize the plot’s main events and explain their influence on future events;
- (B) describe the interaction of characters including their relationships and the changes they undergo
|Writing Process: 3.17 A-E, 19A
Wednesday February 28 is an Early Release day for students. School will dismiss at 12. Please make any needed transportation changes and notify the teacher or office.
Because of the early release time, parents are asked not to eat lunch with students.
No School Monday in honor of President’s Day. Enjoy the 3 day weekend.
Reading: Fairy Tales, Fables, Legends and Porquoi tales (3.5); Common Assessment, goes on report card (Monday)
Reading Homework: The Variety of Maps (due Friday); REMEMBER TO READ each night! New vocabulary comes home today. Use this link to practice on Quizlet. The test will be on paper next Thursday. https://quizlet.com/_4fqvhr
Language Arts (Writing): Writing text to a specific audience for a specific purpose (letters, persuasive, etc, 3.20) 3.17 Writing Process
Social Studies: Community (holiday celebration) Famous Americans
IMPORTANT INFO: Valentine’s boxes and class Valentines are due tomorrow.
The students are bringing a quizlet list home today, but the print is hard to see. Please click the link below to open list.
Hello all! I am adding this link to study new vocabulary words, since the link to Quizlet isn’t working correctly. Please use the following link. Thank you so much!