Class News for Room 17

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May 2nd- IACS Skate night at the Roller Drome! 6:00-8:00 
May 9th- Field Trip- Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Baker City
              Leave at 9:00 am  Return at 4:30- All students will need a ride home. We will not return in-time for after school buses. Wear school uniform. Bring a sack lunch. 
Parents, want to go with us? Contact me!
May 9th- (evening) Elementary Dance and Art Show at the Brandt Center 7:00 for       3rd/4th. You are welcome to leave right when 3rd and 4th all finish, or stay for 5/6 and Platinum.
              Boys: White button up dress shirt/white school shirt and black/blue               school pants
              Girls: White tee and black leggings or black school pants
              Two parent volunteers are needed to sit with students in the audience and assist with costume hand-out and pick-up. Please, please, pretty please. :)
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                        Mark your calendars and be there!                                                                                                      Oregon Trail Frieze


If you have any questions please feel free to email me at karie.yost@idahoartscharter.org  

Notes for you......


POWERSCHOOL- If you do not have a log in for Power School yet, please call Janne Goetz at the high school and she will get you set up 463.4324. You can monitor your child's grades at anytime by logging in to PowerSchool. This is a great way to keep up on missing assignments. :)


Scholastic: Our class code for www.scholastic.com/home/

 is GMY2J (ordering books)
Password for scholastic magazine is yostclass31 (for playing the activities 

Homework Policy:

My hope is that my assigned homework will serve a purpose in your child's development and not just be busy work. I hope it will teach your child to work independently, to become responsible for completing and returning their homework on time, to learn how to manage their time more effectively, how to meet deadlines, and to develop a love for reading.  According to scholastic.com, the key is to make sure the homework has purpose, has clear directions, and is designed to help develop a student's knowledge and skills. When I assign home projects or assignments they will be relevant to what we are learning in the classroom. Thank you for choosing a charter school for your child! This sends me the message that you want the best for your child's education and that you are willing to support me and your child with all homework and classwork. :)


From the Lunchroom...
From the lunch room:  Parents are able to create accounts throughwww.mymealtime.com to view and/or pay on students lunch accounts. Parents will need their student's lunch number to view their history and current balance.  If they or their students do not know this number have them contact the kitchen.  When making payments on-line there is a 4.9% processing fee.
                           Our Daily Schedule

 8:45     School Begins
 8:45-9:30    Homeroom
 9:35-10:25 Specials
 10:25-12:00 ELA/Math Block 1
 12:00-12:45 Lunch
 12:45-2:15 ELA/Math Block 2
 2:15-2:30 Recess
 2:30-2:3:40 Homeroom- Social Studies/Science
 3:45     Dismiss on 2nd bell.



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