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IMPORTANT NOTES:*We have snack time every day after P.E. (10:45) NO PEANUTS OR FOOD PROCESSED WITH PEANUTS are allowed. You truly must check ALL labels as peanuts are added or manufactured alongside MANY snack products like crackers, granola-type snack bars and even some yogurt products! I ask for fresh fruit or veggies as these are healthy, eaten quickly, and help hydrate the children as well. Water bottles may be brought to school but are not allowed in the classroom. Students can keep the water bottles in their backpacks and drink from them after P.E. and recess.
**P.E. is every day at 10:10. Students should wear their P.E. shoes to school and change into other shoes if needed afterwards. Store those shoes in their backpacks so students can change into them after P.E. during snack time.
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BOOK FAIR IS THIS WEDNESDAY, MAY 1st.
Week of May 5, 2019
Hi Parents and students! I have decided to write a weekly newsletter in addition to my opening page. Here you will find in more detail what we are doing in class this wee
Reading: This week we will be reading, "Freckle Juice." This is a short novel that offers many opportunities for us to revisit our target skills! There will be no regular spelling test this week. We will be reviewing ELA target skills throughout the week.
READING CHALLENGE IS ON!!!! Keep reading!!!! We are very close....
MATH: We have worked through Chapter 11 and will take the final assessment this week. . We have weekly 3 digit and subtraction drills with assessments at the end of each week. This skill needs to be honed until the end of the year! We need to keep our skills sharp!
Social Studies: We are continuing with map skills and learning how to use map scale to determine the actual distance from one place to another on a map. Science: We are learning how to classify "matter."
The mission of Summit Hill District 161, in collaboration with the family and the community, is to provide our students with the highest quality educational opportunities in a safe, supportive,and stimulating learning environment which will empower them to become productive global citizens and successful lifelong learners.