Week of October 15th

Happy Fall!  It finally feels a little less like summer and a little more like fall!  With the fluctuating weather patterns, you may want to consider sending your child to school with a sweatshirt or light jacket each day.  Our recess time is in the morning, so can often be chilly.

This week is Conference week.  I’m looking forward to meeting with you to discuss the progress your child has made thus far.  Due to conferences, school will dismiss at 12:30pm each day.  If you have alternate dismissal plans, please send a note in writing.


10/15-10/19 – Conference week and Early Release at 12:30; no lunch visitors this week

10/16 – Fall Picture Retakes

10/17 – Fundraiser Ends

10/19 – Cape Day – Bring $1 to wear a cape to benefit CHOA

10/22-10/26 – Red Ribbon Week

10/30 – Field Trip to the Youth Museum

11/1 – Field Trip to see Willy Wonka


Math – We are beginning with factors and multiples as we look at multiplication.  We will also review perimeter of rectilinear figures and take a quiz this week over this material.

Reading – We are finishing up Point of View and will dive deep into perspective this week.

Writing – We are working on our fictional narratives – developing characters through action and dialogue.

Spelling – We will have our spelling test on Friday over Spelling Sort5.

Social Studies – This week in the American Revolution, we are studying John Hancock, Benedict Arnold, the Battle of Saratoga and Benjamin Franklin.

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