May 21

Chalk, bubbles, watermelon, watermelon seed spitting, free writing, marshmallow catapult challenges, and playground time.  K Camp is a fun way to wind up our great year!

Perfect Attendance

Congratulations to the following students who had PERFECT ATTENDANCE (0 absences and 0 tardies) for the 4th Quarter:

  •  Saketh Kakumani
  •  Tomiwa Falade

Thank you, parents, for getting your child to school on time every day! Your child is allowed to have a FREE Dress Down Day this upcoming Friday, May 18th and will receive a Dairy Queen treat coupon.

 

May 13

Field Day Photos!

 

Happy Mother’s Day! I hope that you enjoyed your Mother’s Day treats (and that they made it home in one piece!). Please remember to turn in all library books. I am also missing several of the reading books from my classroom library (they came home in their “book bags” during the year, so please check around for them). We had such a great time at Field Day and really enjoyed the new field (thank you to all who participated in the Tiger Trot last Fall to make that happen).

Important Dates:

  • Awards Day: Tuesday May 15 at 9:15 in our classroom
  • Show and tell- last one- student choice!
  • Teasley Musical: 5/18 and 5/19

This week we are learning:

We are reviewing and assessing this week. We are also finishing our author’s study on Leo Lionni and working on some dinosaur math! We are close to the end but are still busy, busy, busy

May 6

Please remember to send any notes for Ms. Comegys by Friday May 11. Thank you for your help with this surprise!

Important Dates:

  • Return library books by May 9
  • Field Day: 5/10 all day. Student should wear either their field day t shirt or class field trip shirt
  • Please sign up for a volunteer slot if you plan on joining us for Field Day. Only parents who are signed up to help will be able to attend field day this year:
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  • Show and Tell- student choice
  • Awards Day 5/15 – 9:15 am
  • Teasley Musical: 5/18 and 5/19

This week we are learning:

ELA

  • Leo Lionni Author study
  • Phonics: long/short vowel review
  • Sight words review

Writing:

  • Informational, narrative, and opinion writing- post tests

Math

  • Reviewing teen numbers- a group of 10 and some more
  • Review math concepts from the year

Social Studies

  • Maps and Globes: compare and contrast, what do they represent?
  • Memorial Day and Labor Day