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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Homework for Wednesday, September 20th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes and log your minutes.
2) Study spelling words for Friday’s quiz
3) Bring smock for art (if you haven’t yet)
4) Library Checkout is tomorrow, make sure to bring the books you wish to return or renew.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Homework for Tuesday, September 19th

1) Read for at least 20 minutes
2) Begin studying your spelling words for Friday’s quiz (Lists went home today)

** Thursday is a religious holiday. If your student observes the holiday, they can take the quiz and complete any missed school work next week.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Homework for Friday, September 15th

1) Read for 20 minutes and log your reading
2) We will be taking a "practice" spelling test tomorrow. The grades won't count but I would still encourage students to study to get into the habit.

** I will be out the next few school days due to a family event. Mrs. Morof will be the substitute and we've been planning together over the past few weeks so that all schedules, routines, and lessons will continue as planned. If there is an emergency, please contact the front office.

Open House Presentation

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Homework for Thursday, September 14th

1) Read for 20 minutes and log your reading

* Tomorrow is QUARTERS for Hurricane Relief donations (but all coins are accepted).
* OPEN HOUSE IS TONIGHT! 
The festivities begin in the main gym at 6:30pm where Principal Grable will welcome parents back and provide school information. Following the presentation, parents will go to their student's classroom for the class based presentation. There are two, identical sessions (7:00-7:20, 7:30-7:50) for parents that have students in more than one room. (FYI - if you do have another, non-4th grade student in the school, I would recommend attending the other session first, as we have a big class and it's going to be crowded.) 

Can't wait to meet everyone! In case you can't make it, all information will be posted on this blog tonight.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Homework for Wednesday, September 13th

1) Read for 20 minutes and log your reading
2) Set up your Seesaw account! (see post below if you did not complete it in class)

** Orchestra starts tomorrow!

** Open House is tomorrow night, starting at 6:30pm. If you can not make it, all information will be posted on this blog.

** Today we briefly discussed the events of September 11th. I encourage all families to discuss this day with your students, as it is very sensitive, yet important day in our history.

Set up your Seesaw account!

Seesaw is an online portfolio app/software for students to highlight their work. (Parent access will be provided at Open House.)
  1. Go to app.seesaw.me
  2. Choose "I’m a Student"
  3. Choose Email/Google Account
  4. Choose "New Student?"
  5. Choose “Create Email Account” or “Sign in with Google”
  6. Type in the code: EWWJISOK. 

Monday, September 11, 2017

Homework for Tuesday, September 12th

1) Read for 20 minutes and log your reading minutes
2) We are going through our spelling routine this week, using a list of 4th Grade Terms. This is a practice list, and no grades will be recorded. Students do have their word lists in their folders, which they will receive every Monday, but their is no graded test on Friday.

*** OPEN HOUSE is WEDNESDAY!!

Friday, September 8, 2017

Homework for Monday, September 11th

1) Read for 20 minutes
2) Show your parents/guardians your Reading Log for the month. Look it over and think if there are any big events coming up that might impact your homework. (A sample is below, and I will discuss further at Open House)

** Fun(d) Run is Saturday, October 14th. Sign up now! 

Open House Next Wednesday (9/13)!

Can't wait to see everyone! Don't worry if you can't attend, all information presented will be posted on this website the next day.


Help those affected by the hurricanes!


A Note from Music Class


Thursday, September 7, 2017

No Homework for Friday, September 8th (MAP Testing Math)

Please get a good night's sleep and eat a filling breakfast so that you have plenty of energy and stamina for our MAP Test tomorrow afternoon. 

*** Parents, enrichment confirmations are being sent home today, and most clubs will begin Monday. Many clubs had more students sign up than the number of spots of available, so I know that lotteries were run to determine who got into those clubs this session. 

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Homework for Wednesday, September 6th

1) Read for 20 minutes (reading logs will be assigned this week)
Optional) Try the Math Challenge Extension of today's Math activity (worksheets were passed on in math)

** MAP Testing (ELA) went very well today, and I appreciate how focused students were during testing, and how respectful they were of others when they finished.  Math MAP Testing will take place this Friday.

** Reading at home will be the only "required" homework until Open House next Wednesday. However, students can (and I encourage them to) practice math on ALEKS, practice grammar on IXL, practice reading using ReadTheory, or study a multitude of topics on BrainPop until then.

Friday, September 1, 2017

No Homework for Tuesday, September 5th (MAP Testing ELA)

Thank you to all students for an absolute fantastic first full week of school.

There is no homework over the weekend. However, we will be completing our FALL Language Arts MAP Test on Tuesday morning, so please get a good night's rest and make sure your Chromebook is charged for Tuesday. (If any families are traveling, testing sessions are flexible, so other times are available. Just shoot me an email)

Please bring writing journals back to school

Please submit any remaining Orchestra, Enrichment, or Technology forms as soon as possible.