Don’t forget: There is no school on Monday for Labor Day!
August Reading Calendars were due today. If you didn’t turn it in today, please try to send it next week. September reading calendars are coming home today. 4th graders should be reading for 25 minutes each school day as part of his/her homework.
Have a GREAT 3 day weekend!
Wow…. Time is sure flying by! We are really starting to get a routine going and the days seem to zoom by!
This week we will finish Ch. 1 (Place Value) in math. We’ve been taking Standard Based Quizzes and I’m pretty excited about how well they are doing! We’ll take the chapter test on Thursday.
Students…. PLEASE don’t forget to !!
We started our Spelling last week and took our first spelling test on Friday. We’ll continue to have a new list of words every week. We’ll work on spelling in class and have a spelling test every Friday. I will also post our spelling lists each week so students can practice at home as well, if needed.
We are reading personal narratives in our CKLA readers and learning about Sensory Details and Figurative Language. We will take the next few weeks to write our own personal narratives.
In Science, we will be learning about Utah Environments and the plants and animals that live there.
We’ve also been spending a lot of time setting up our Data Binders. I can’t wait to get these going so we won’t have to take so much time updating them!
Students completed either the Flash or RLA reading assessments today. I’m waiting to get the data from our reading specialist so I can create reading groups. I will notify parents who signed up to help with reading once I have groups ready.
is this Thursday (August 31st) All students will have his/her picture taken for our class picture, yearbook and PowerSchool. If you want to order pictures, order form packets were sent home last week.
There is NO SCHOOL on Monday, September 4th!
I think that’s all for now! Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns!
Our first week of school was great! We are settling into our routines and working hard. We will be doing a lot of assessment this week and getting our reading groups all set up.
for all of the donated supplies. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it!
This week we will be spending some time on getting our Data Binders in order. We’ll work on self-assessing and setting goals. We’ll also be working on PLACE VALUE in math and PERSONAL NARRATIVES in Language Arts. We will begin our Science unit on Utah Environments soon.
We also have Mr. Macklin from the Iron County Prevention Services visiting our class this week.
Here are some important dates:
Aug.30 – WatchDOGS Parent Night 6:00 – 7:00
Aug. 31 – Picture Day – Order forms coming home soon!
Payton 8/16 Josh 8/25 Evelynn 8/26 Cyesha 8/26
We had a great first day of school! Thank you to everyone who sent in donations for our class. I really appreciate it!
I can’t wait to get into our routine and have fun learning!
Remember: Tomorrow is Early Out Wednesday. School gets out at 1:25.
We had some confusion about parent pick up and bus procedures. Please read the flyers sent home today. One explains end of day procedures. There is also one full of information about our class. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.