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  20912 Frankfort Square Rd, Frankfort, IL, 60423
 Phone (815) 469-6993

  Principal

Dana Wright

  School Hours

Student Attendance: 9:00 - 3:30

- I just wanted to welcome everyone to a brand new school year. At Indian Trail, we are going to exhibit respectful, responsible, and safe character traits. Students believe, achieve, and lead. This is the TRAIL WAY!




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This week in class


MON

PE


TUES

Library P.E.


WEDS

Music P.E.


THURS

Technology P.E.


FRI

Music P.E.


Newsletter

Important Dates

SCO Unfundraiser Ends – Fri., Oct. 20th

SCO Hot Lunch if ordered – Fri., Oct. 20th

SHEF Haunted Hustle 5K Walk/Run – Sat., Oct. 21

Fall Choice Concert (Summit Hill Jr. High) – Tues., Oct. 24th

Scholastic Orders due – class code is LDM9K – Wed., Oct. 25th

 

 

*We started Book-It this month.  Our goal is 20 minutes a night of reading for five days a week.  It can be weekends if some weeknights are busy.

 

**Scholastic orders due online by Wed., Oct. 25th (class code LDM9K)

 

***We will be participating in Fun Fridays in the classroom.  This Friday will be hat day!

 

****We are in need of Art Volunteers in the Classroom.  If you are interested please email me!  Thank you!

 

*****Just a friendly reminder to please make sure students have their lunch and if for some reasons students forget, please have lunches sent to the office by 12:30 P.M.

 

 

For the week of Oct. 16-20, here is a tentative schedule for Skrobanski’s Superheroes:

 

Reading- We will continue our story in our Journey Series – Sacagawea.  The genre is biographies.  We will work on the target skills and vocabulary as a whole and within our groups.  The essential question from our story is “How do people from different cultures contribute to America?”  We will focus on main ideas and details, text structure, and onomatopoeia.  Each story will take roughly two weeks.  We will generally take our summative vocabulary one day and the summative story test the following day.  Summative tests will be this week.  Students will continuously be checking their daily assignment planner and have various formative assessments to practice understanding.

 

Target Skills

 

Main Ideas and Details

Text Structure

Onomatopoeia

 

Target Vocabulary

Territory

Accompany

Proposed

Interpreter

Duty

Supplies

Route

Corps

Clumsy

Landmark

 

 

 

Sacagawea Spelling List-for 2 weeks

Right now, we have 20 words.  Students may choose to include challenge words as well (25).  The spelling formative tests and summative test will be this week.

 

million

collect

lumber

pepper

plastic

borrow

support

thirty

perfect

attend

canyon

traffic

fortune

danger

soccer

engine

picture

survive

seldom

effort

 

 

English- We will focus on abbreviations.  Our summative grammar test on abbreviations will be on Friday.  We will also focus on narrative writing, and get creative with spooky narratives.  We will brainstorm with story structure maps, create first drafts, edit, and type our final copies during technology. 

 

 

Math- This week we will be starting Chapter 2: Multiply by 1-Digit Numbers.  We will begin with learning Algebra, specifically multiplication comparison problems as well as some other types of comparison problems.  Students will receive notes in their interactive notebook to help with examples.

 

 

*We are going to be using a program called XtraMath to increase speed and accuracy in arithmetic.  Each student is invited to spend a few minutes each day practicing math on a computer, tablet, or phone.

 

*Students are also able to utilize under my teacher webpage a site called mathantics.  Students already have the username and password to help review classwork and do some extra practice to prepare for summative assessment(s).

 

 

Science- Last week we learned a lot about animals and structures/features they use for survival.  This week we will conclude our bird features group projects on Monday and dive into plant structures.  We will conduct a few classroom experiments to help us fully grasp these concepts.  One of the experiments will be with celery to demonstrate vascular plants and how they function. 

 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to call

(815) 469-6993 or email me at arudofski@summithill.org.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Mrs. Rudofski

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Important Dates

  • October 20, 2017 : SCO Unfundraiser Ends
  • October 20, 2017 : SCO Hot Lunch (if ordered)
  • October 21, 2017 : SHEF Haunted Hustle 5K Walk/Run
  • October 24, 2017 : Fall Choice Concert (Summit Hill Jr. High)
  • October 25, 2017 : Scholastic Orders Due Online (online class code LDM9K)


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