January 16 No School
January 19- 6th Graders spend the Morning in Bartlett
February 16- Oregon Trail Evening Celebration
KEEP AN EYE OUT for a Star Watch at Tin Mountain one evening February.
We have begun an Oregon Trail integrated unit that will involve multi grade writing, individual art projects, physical science, stitching in art and songs with contra-dancing in music. This will culminate February 16 in an evening family night.
Blizzard Bags are attached below. I have also shared them with each student. They are missing reading passages (from TFK or ReadWorks), but students should do the rest of the tasks and may use another reading passage to complete that part. Remember I am available from 8:00-11:00 (after that, you can still try me, and I will get back to you) at my email or by phone which is included in the blizzard bag packet.PE NEWS
Mr. Cooney has asked the 5/6 to bring extra shoes (and maybe extra socks) on Mondays. They want to get outside as often as possible, and the grass is quite wet first thing in the morning. A pair of shoes to change into will keep them all more comfortable and focused on the day!
Also: Remind your 5/6er to check https://physedgames.com/ to find a game they want to try. Mr. Cooney hopes that each student will find and share games a couple of times throughout the year!
If you ever have any questions, drop me a line at:
All 5th and 6th graders are expected to read 30-45 minutes each night Monday-Thursday and at least one 30-45 minute session from Friday to Monday Morning. Please remember to record what you read on your reading log!
Reading: Read 30-45 minutes and log
Math: 6th- HL 3.11 5th HL 3.13
Other: Luis Fuchs forms need to be turned in this week.
6th graders have Guidance homework due Thursday.
Mrs. Heysler's 5/6
Mrs. Heysler's 5th/6th Grade