Career day is coming up. Please see this message from our counselors!
Parents – Our annual Career Day is coming up on Friday, October 20. If you or someone you know can volunteer to present at Career Day please complete the attached form by Friday, October 6. We look forward to having many of you participate. If you have questions, please contact one of our school counselors!
This is the final week of the quarter so we will be tying up lots of loose ends and completing some final assessments. Please also be on the look out for a sign-up genius to sign up for conference times. Below you will find important dates:
Hispanic Heritage Sign-up:
October 6: All Pro Dads, Grub Burger Spirit Night
October 12: Early Release/ Publix Math Night
October 13: Hispanic Heritage Day
October 16-20: Conference Week- Early Release all week (sign up will be sent out soon)
October 20: Career Day
Below you will find an outline of the topics we will be covering in class this week. Please be sure to check and initial the agenda every night and that your child is reading each evening. Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions! :)
- Describe the overall structure of a story using beginning, middle, and end. The beginning introduces the characters, setting, and the start of the problem. The middle has the events that lead to solving the problem. The end provides the solution and shows how the character changes or responds.
- You can have your student write a short 2 sentences about the beginnig, the middle, and the end for extra practice.
- Fluency- Reading like we talk, changing our voice when reading quotes
- Phonics Focus: Bossy R
- Learned Words (Words that don't follow phonics rules)
- Daily 5 Centers
- Read to Self, Read to Someone, Word Work, Work on Writing, Listen to Reading
- Individual reading assessments
- Publishing our Narratives
- Final Narrative Assessment
- Executive Branch of Government
- President, Governor, Mayor
- Creating and Analyzing Bar and Picture Graphs
- Number talks will focus on skip counting
- Please continue to count your pennies, nickles, and dimes and practice skip counting using their values.