Reading Counts Weekly Winners!
1. H. W. 941 points
2. D. E. 628 points
3. S. B. 547 points
4. K. S. 543 points
5. C. N. 426 points
6. D. G. 404 points
Unit 3 Week 4
Test Friday Jan 31, 2014
- As we make preparations for the upcoming standardized assessment, our routine will change somewhat.
- Instead of weekly stories, we will concentrate on comprehension of short passages and associated vocabulary.
- Weekly ELA Charts will be distributed on the first day of the week and collected on the last day of the week. All required assignments and activities will be listed on the chart.
- Please encourage your child to try hard on each review assignment. These will all be graded.
Has been a fabulous week! Benchmark testing is complete. . . YEAY!!!! I am very proud of everyone and how hard they have been working over the past few days. New concepts and challenging work. . . WOW!!! I am impressed.
Algebra and fraction discussion have started up in math class this week. We will be working hard on these concepts and testing around the first of February. Keep on working hard!!!
Homework Packets will go home on Monday and must be returned on Friday.
Social Studies Week
Wow!!! Our Cell Projects were amazing. Some are still on display in the media center and science lab, if you are in the neighborhood please stop by J We finished up this week brainstorming ideas that kids need in order to introduce the Discovery Channel’s “Young Scientist Challenge. I have attached the link if your student is interested. This is not mandatory but if your student is interested please let me know if there is any way I can be of assistance J http://www.youngscientistchallenge.com/?campaign=com_fpl_ysc
Next week we are examining the events after the French and Indian War that led to the American Revolution.
Enjoy your weekend!