Newsletter for October 29
The middle schoolers put on a fabulous carnival and led Halloween Bingo in the the classrooms! I loved seeing the kids dressed up today 🙂
Where in the world is Flat Stanley?
***When Flat Stanley returns to you, please email me. I will send you the two presentation pages for your child to complete. After that, your child will present where Stanley went to the class and they will mark where Stanley went on our class maps. I will keep all project materials until the end of the school year. We will display all class’ Flat Stanley projects at our Open House in June.
We are united to fight against bullying and help the world through inclusion, acceptance, and kindness! Talk to your child about what Unity Day means to him/her. On Unity Day our lessons focused on this theme and how to stand up for yourself.
I’m looking forward to meeting with you and your child on Oct. 29 or Nov. 5. Your child will share their Schoolwide Learning Expectation rubric for the first 5 minutes. The rest of the time will be for teacher and parents to conference. An ipad and coloring will be available for your child while we conference.
Our Learning this Week:
Religion: praying the rosary and sacrament of Reconciliation
Reading: main idea and details about States of Matter
Writing: Weekend News & add details and check for capitals and punctuation to story
Science: States of Matter and use solids to build a tall tower.
Math: Place Value, write numbers in expanded form, use a 100 chart, math fact practice.
Oct. 29th – No School, Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences
Oct. 30th – Reconciliation Rehearsal, 7pm, church
November 1st – All Saint’s Day mass, All are welcome.
November 3rd – Sacrament of Reconciliation, 10am in the church
November 5th – No School, Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences
November 9-12 – No School, Fall Break
November 20th – Greenwood Library field trip
Build the tallest tower you can with aluminum foil, 3 rubber bands, cardboard square, little cup, straw and popsicle stick.