Class Note this week:
T*On TUESDAY, MARCH 12th the students will need to bring in a small toy from home. They will need it for a writing assignment that day.
*I need about 3 boxes of Lucky Charms for a math activity on Friday. Please let me know if you can send in a box.
*PLEASE take a look at the Papa Johns flyers for Teacher Delivery Night. Order your pizza for March 21st and a teacher from CES will deliver it! I will be delivering along with several other staff members. This is our best fundraiser!! The class with the highest orders wins a free pizza party!!
*Reminder- Tide reading logs went home this past Monday. This is our only required homework to read 20 minutes daily. Please keep the logs in the folder and complete daily. They will get an award for reading 10 books from the program.
*Please make sure you are checking Classdojo daily.
*** Due date for applications is March 1st at 4 pm. They do not take any late applications.
Please let me know if you are planning to continue the application process for gifted. See information in the link below.
* Please see the link below for information about gifted testing and identification.
**You will need to be signed up for Parent Portal in order to view gifted screening results when they are ready.
Please ask your student if they have headphones. Many have broken. Earbuds tend to hurt their ears.
Days to remember:
Mar. 12th Bring in a small toy from home
Mar. 20th: SCA Multiples Day
Mar. 21st: Papa Johns Teacher Delivery Night
Mar. 22nd: College Wear Day
Mar. 28th: Beach Bags food drive
Mar. 29th: Staff Day. No school for kids.
April 3rd: Round 2 of Gifted Testing
April 8th: Report cards issued
Several parents asked about where they can find leveled reading books. Scholastic has a search filter where you can choose the "DRA" reading level. Click the link below.
No need to wait for a flyer. Use the link below and order any time using our class code:
This week's objectives:
Responding to Literature:
We will continue to read nonfiction this week. We will practice identifying the main idea and answering questions from the text. Students will be assessed on this skill at the end of the week.
The students will be able to generate ideas for writing about a chosen topic.
We will continue to focus on writing complete sentences using SWAG.
Students will share stories and give feedback.
Students will proofread their writing.
The student will represent and solve practical problems involving equal sharing with two or four sharers.
The student will represent and name fractions for halves and fourths, using models.