Parents and Students:
Due to flooding, rain, and treacherous conditions at and along Rube’s Creek and it’s branches, we will not be visiting the creek to do our monitoring tomorrow. I will bring creek samples from a different section of the same creek tomorrow for us to conduct experiments and observe. We’ll discuss the changes and the accuracy of our data.
Parents – thank you for volunteering, you are welcome to come and take part in our experiments. We will begin around 9:30.
Be safe and stay dry!
Click the link above to access the video for today’s lesson
You can sign up for Fall Conferences for Target by:
First and Second Grade Target
Sign up Genius from Mrs. Eitenmiller
Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade
Visit the grade level page on this blog to get to the Sign Up Genius or email Mrs. Davis to arrange a phone conference or morning time.
Remember Target progress reports only come home at the end of each semester. A midterm progress report will come home if your student is struggling and a conference will be requested.
Email us with questions!
It seems the password is the same one they use at school either 123 or keh
Here is the login information for logging into Office 365 and accessing our Target Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade Class Notebooks.
Go to the CCSD homepage @ cobbk12.org
Click on Parents
Click on 365 Login
There should be a page that pops up prompting students to put in their user name and password.
The user name should be typed by inserting their first name and last name (as they are registered)
Be sure to include all the periods!
The password is their school id number (the number they use to login at school, purchase lunch, etc.)
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.
Soon I will send out how parents can access these accounts so you can see what we are up to.
Thank you for coming to our Open House. I know several of you were not able to make it. We are working on getting a PowerPoint uploaded to the website. Please check the page with your grade level for updates and news.
As mentioned in our Open House presentation, I hope you will check out the organizations for gifted children to stay up to date on news, resources, and support available to you as a parent. The best advocate for your child is YOU! Remember we are here to answer any questions. I’ve included the links to some of the organizations for parents of gifted students below:
National Association for Gifted Children
Georgia Association for Gifted Children
Cobb County Website for Advanced Learning