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  • Mid-week Check UpMid-week Check Up

    MID-WEEK CHECK UP:
    There are a few items students should be studying each night for upcoming quizzes and deadlines on Monday:

    1. Week 3 Vocabulary Foldable - Due Monday, Quiz Monday
    2. Daily Language Review (DLR) - Due Monday, Quiz Monday
    3. Daily Social Studies Review DSSR - Due Monday, Quiz Monday
    5. Weekly Story: “Magic Glasses” - Quiz Monday
    6. Daily Comprehension Review (DCR) - Due Monday
    7. Reading Notes: Making Inferences (information will be included in DLR Quiz Monday)
    8. Soc. Studies Workbook Pages: Chp. 22 (information will be included in DSSR Quiz)


    Please be sure that your child has these papers safely stored in their notebooks and reviewing them regularly.

    PLEASE NOTE: Daily reviews worksheets are completed during class each day, but if your child is not able to correctly answer the questions when asked by a parent/guardian at home, redo the questions on a separate sheet of paper to get the same answers from class, or explain the definition of vocabulary words, etc. —they should continue studying them each night.

    If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

  • Writeboard Assignment: AugustWriteboard Assignment: August

    Students received their August Writeboard today! Each month, students will receive a new writeboard that provides various writing topics for the student to choose from. If they complete and get my check off for the set number of writing prompts by the end of the month, they will receive two ‘100’s for this assignment!

    This month, they must complete 10 of the writing topics by August 31st. Many of the students were excited about the topic options and each prompt they complete provides an opportunity for them to improve their writing!

    If you have questions about this assignment, feel free to ask! :)

  • ReadTheoryReadTheory

    Our school is focusing on growth in literacy this year. We encourage students to read for at least 15-20 minutes a night at home. One free and convenient way to get this done is using ReadTheory!

    We are already using ReadTheory in the classroom. Your child's ReadTheory curriculum is based on your their individual needs and reading level. Therefore, they get the practice they really need.

    When your child uses this at home, please emphasize accuracy rather than the number of points earned or quizzes they take.
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    LOG IN INFORMATION:
    If your child can not remember their log in information, the formatis below:

    Username: (firstname)(lastname)
    *Lowercase, no spaces
    Password: (firstnameinitial)(lastnameinitial)(lunchnumber)**
    *Lowercase, nospaces

    EXAMPLE:
    Username: amberstreet
    Password: as12345**

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