Homework for Wednesday May 4th

Reminders

  • Pop tabs
  • Blank book money ($1 or $3): Emma, Caleb, Ramses, Lily, Colin, Sierra, Maverick, Harley, Blake
  • Wizard of Oz production on Thurs. (6:30pm)

Homework

  • Word Study:  List #15 pretest on Fri.; Your Notebook #2-3 due Fri.
  • Social Studies:  Viking map due Thurs.
  • PHE:  Mon. & Thurs. (Dress for outdoor classes up to track day)

Question of the Day:  Would you rather play the hero or villain in a blockbuster Hollywood movie?

Homework for Tuesday May 3rd

Reminders

  • Pop tabs
  • Blank book money ($1 or $3): Emma, Caleb, Tyler, Ramses, Lily, Colin, Sierra, Maverick, Harley, Blake
  • Wizard of Oz production on Thurs. (6:30pm)

Homework

  • Word Study:  List #15 pretest on Fri.; #1-4 due Wed.
  • Math: L-shape Perimeter & Area, any 4 questions.  Here’s a video reviewing the process.
  • Social Studies:  Viking map due Thurs.
  • PHE:  Mon. & Thurs. (Dress for outdoor classes up to track day)

Question of the Day:  A group called Mars One is planning to create a human colony on Mars in 2024.  Successful candidates get a one-way ticket.  Would you be interested?

Homework for Monday May 2nd

Reminders

  • Pop tabs
  • Blank book money ($1 or $3).
  • Wizard of Oz production on Thurs. (6:30pm)

Homework

  • Word Study:  List #15 pretest on Fri.; #1-4 due Wed.
  • Math: Perimeter & Area corrections due Tues.
  • PHE:  Mon. & Thurs. (Dress for outdoor classes up to track day)

Question of the Day:  It’s May already!  Has the school year seemed fast, slow or somewhere in between?

Student of the Week

For showing increased participation and working at getting caught up on the work she has missed due to illness, Lily is our latest SOTW winner.  Mrs. Hencher also commented on Lily’s focus when she was going over the math with her.  Well done, Lily!

Leave your congratulatory messages for Lily here.

Weekly Digest

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Well, today was a great way to cap the month of April.  I trust the students enjoyed themselves and what Adventure Bay had to offer.  Stay tuned for photos from the day.

In literacy, students have been working their way through their reading and writing projects.  Reading projects are in the closing stages while the picture books will need a little more time.  Thank you for sending in the money for the cost of the blank books.  I have about half already.  If the rest could be in by the end of next week it would be appreciated.

Despite the unusually cold April we’ve had, warm weather will soon be here.  This would be a good time to add (or replace) a water bottle for the classroom.  Warmer weather usually results in thirst and the desire to go to the fountain.  Water can be readily kept in the classroom and limits time out of the classroom.  Thanks in advance.