Next week:

Math: Multiplying Fractions

Reading: Analyze how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the meaning, tone, or beauty of a text.

Writing:Opinion/argument writing

Science:Invertebrates/vertebrates. If you  have any animal magazines, please bring them in.

Social Studies:WW1 allies/roaring 20s

Please sign and return all weekly reports. Progress reports will be sent home next Friday. Thank you parents for all that you do.

Oct 29-Nov 2

Thank you for a great week.

This week:

Math: Interpret Fraction as division

Reading: Finishing up Point of View

Writing: Opinion

Science: Invertebrates/vertebrates

Social Studies: Finishing up WWI and going into the roaring 20s

Reminder:

November 8th -Human Growth and Development both girls and boys

11/9/18: Grandparents and Pictures day.

 

10/22-10/26

Next  week:

Math: adding/subtracting fractions with mixed numbers

Reading:Point of View

Writing:Opinion Writing

Social Studies:WWI

Science: Obtain, evaluate and communicate  information to group organisms using scientific, classification procedures.

FYI:

*Extended day next week for 3rd-5th graders. 

HUSKY 5K RUN/WALK, OCTOBER 27TH, 8AM-9:30AM

Trunk or Treat October 27 , 2018 ! 10am-12 pm

Also, parents please make sure you are monitoring ParentVue on a weekly basis to stay updated with your child academic performance.  Please return weekly progress reports as well. They were sent home two weeks ago. Thank you and have a wonderful wee

 

October 22-26

Conference week was a great success. Thank you parents for all that you do. Please sign and return and weekly reports that you may have.

This week:

Math: adding/subtracting fractions

Reading:Determine two or more main ideas

Writing:Write score assessment

Social Studies:Complete turn of century

Science: Obtain, evaluate and communicate    information to group organisms using scientific, classification procedures.

FYI:

HUSKY 5K RUN/WALK, OCTOBER 27TH, 8AM-9:30AM

Red Ribbon week begins today with Jean-ious Day, too smart for drugs!

*Extended day begins today for 3rd-5th graders. Please have those students wait to be dismissed to Room 215 until ASP students are called. 

Thank you parents so far for a great conference week. I look forward to conferencing with the others today and tomorrow.

FYI: Students were given their assignments for health for quarter 2 on October 17, 2018. The first one is due next week Tuesday October 23, 2018.

Also, I have sent home weekly reports yesterday with their work attached. As always, please sign and return. Target students will receive theirs today, please view and sign, along with return the attached papers.

 

Thank you parents for all that you do.

October 8-October 12

Next week (10/15-10/19) is Conference Week which is an Early Release Week for students, ASP will run until 6 p.m. as usual. Students will be dismiss 2 hrs. early. Dismissal will begin at 12:20 p.m. Be sure to mark your calendars for your scheduled face to face conference with your child’s teacher.

Report cards will be given out at your child’s conference.

We are now entering the second nine weeks 🙂

Math: Finishing up dividing decimals and then Fractions!!!!!

Reading: Determine the overall structure of a poem, story, or drama, then moving onto main idea.

Writing: The students will be taking writing assessments this upcoming week.

Science: Invertebrates/Vertebrates

Social Studies: Turn of Century.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.

Have a wonderful and safe weekend!

October 1-October 5

Parents, conference times and sheets were sent home today. Please confirm your day and time, if you are unable to attend the assigned conference time,please email me at [email protected]

Please be on time to your conference.

Next week is the end of the first nine weeks. Grades will be finalized on Thursday.

Math: All operations with decimals

Reading: Overall structure of a poem, story, or drama

Writing: Publish narratives/On demand writing

Social studies: Turn of Century

Munch and Math will be held next Wednesday, October 10, 2018 from 3-4

Reminder: Fieldtrip first payment is due by October 17, 2018!

September 10-September 14

Hello parents. We had a great week of testing. We have two more days remaining and we will be back on schedule.

This week:

Math: Division using partial quotient

Reading: Determine the meaning of unknown words

Writing: Narratives

Social Studies: Government/Civics/Bill of Rights/Turn of Century

IOWA TESTING FOR 3RD & 5TH, SEPTEMBER 13TH – 18TH

BELIEVE KID’S FUNDRAISER, SEPT. 7TH – 21ST

Your child should have brought home a Believe Kid’s fundraiser packet Fri., Sept. 7th.  Please support PTA by asking friends, co-workers, and family members to purchase any of the items in the catalog.  The top seller will win the DRONE WITH CAMERA and 2nd place seller will receive $150 CASH.  ALL MONEY IS DUE NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST, in order to receive orders before Christmas break.

PTA HAT DAY FUNDRAISER, SEPTEMBER 21ST 

Pay $1 and wear a hat!  

FALL BREAK, SEPTEMBER 24TH -28TH 

Enjoy your break! I will not be assigning packets of work over break. As stated at the beginning of the year, I expect students to log onto studyladder, splashmath, learningfarm, and readworks to work on skills. Thank you and let me know if you have any questions.

As always, thank you all for what you do to support your child and I.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 3-September 7

Hello parents! We are thankful for another successful week in the learning zone.

  • Iowa Testing September 13, 2018 to September 18, 2018
  • Progress reports were sent home on September 5, 2018. Please make sure you sign and return. (Papers must be returned as well).

Next week:

Math- Multiplying using the standard algorithm

Reading- Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g. how characters interact).

Writing-Publishing our narratives

Science-Review constructive/destructive

SS-Rights of citizens/turn of century

  • Reminder: It is your child’s responsibility to study for test/quizzes. They have notebooks that they are able to take home if needed.

I also want to shout out all of my students who turned in a science project. I was so impressed and excited to see all of their hard work. They did a wonderful job with their creations, arguments, and presentations. Thank you parents for all that you do to support your child and I. You are appreciated!