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On the Calendar in May...

      Cox Field Day is Fri., May 12th

Please go to the PTA link, http://cox.my-pta.org/  to volunteer to run a station.

Due to STAAR TESTING and STAAR test make up, Field Day times have been changed.

Station Time Changes:
Kinder-2nd grades is now from 8:15-10:45 AM
3rd-5th grades are now from 11:45-2:15 PM

Lunch Schedule:
KG: 11:40-12:10 PM; 1st: 11:55-12:25 PM; 2nd: 12:05-12:35 PM; 3rd: 10:55-11:25 AM; 4th: 11:05-11:35 AM; 5th 11:15-11:45 AM

***IMPORTANT NOTE: If you would like to watch your child during the events, please volunteer at ONE of the time slots opposite of your child's grade. ***

All volunteers must stay at their station during their scheduled time, if you volunteer during your child's field day time, you would not be able to leave to watch your child.

Tug of War has moved to Fri., May 19th 
3rd Grade-10:45-11:35 AM
4th Grade-9:50-10:40 AM
5th Grade-8:00-8:50 AM

Friday, May 12th- Field Day

Monday, May 14th- rough draft for Math Game Boards are due to your Math teacher.

May 18th-3rd Grade (4th 9 weeks) District Benchmark-Our Place In Space-study sheet will be emailed around the first week in May. 

May 17th- PACE Math Screening-time- at 8:00AM

***MAY 19th DEADLINE! Mrs. Klepper's homeroom and PACE Math classes!-All graded work for makeups, redos, missing work will need to be turned in before, Friday, May 19th! 

May 19th-Math Game Boards due!


Monday, May 22nd- Bad Weather Make Up Day- No school!

Tuesday, May 23-26th- Students present to classes. Living History Museum or Science -Solar Systems.  Each teacher does it differently.

Monday, May 29th- Memorial Day- No school!

Friday, June 2nd- Last day of school, class parties, dismiss at 12:00.  

SUMMER READING INFORMATION: Did you Know: Every year, more than 15,000 books are given to our elementary students and more than 9,000 books are given to our secondary students for summer reading all books collected or money raised through book donations and book-fairs go directly to LISD students, at all grades. We could not provide books without book donations, LEEF, and SR4A initiatives. Our vision for summer reading, both elementary and secondary language arts, is read, read, read...Summer Reading 4 All or #SR4A. While incoming 6th-12th graders do have a requirement to read at least one book over the summer and be ready on the first days of school to discuss both the contents and literacy devices, I believe that you'll agree we all have the desire that all students, PK-12 grades, read over the summer and most of our elementary campuses provide books for students and promote initiatives regarding summer reading. 

 In the classroom this week!

Language Arts-   We are working on our biographies.  Students have chosen a hero, inventor, or someone in history who has made a difference.  This is an in class project.  We started on Wednesday, May 10th and will present to our class and other classes in 3rd grade on May 23rd. 

HOMEWORK-No spelling and no reading log for the rest of the year! 

I sent you an email and the students received a copy of the BE THE TEACHER lesson plan. Lesson plan is due May 17th to be approved by me.  Students will present in class the last week of school on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30th and 31st.

Science-  Our Place In Space!- We are finishing up our unit for the 4th 9 weeks. Our district assessment will be on Thursday, May 18th.  I sent an email that is a study guide for this unit.  Please make sure to study it with you child over the next 7 days.  

Social Studies-We are also finishing up Our Government foldable.  

Math-Miears, Coleman, Matthews-  Currently working on the Geomerty Unit

PACE Math-Slocombe and Klepper- We are currently working on reading different types of graphs.  


1. Practice facts daily!  5 minutes at home

2. 5 TTM lessons due Friday. TTM set new passwords for everyone last week!  Mrs. Slocombe's class is in competition with my PACE Math class with number of lessons passed.   SLocombe's class has surpassed us by quite a few! WTG!  My students should be on lesson 41 by now!  There are still 10 kids  still below the  level 30 mark,  which should have been completed before Spring Break!  Step it up kids! 






Spelling- Unit 29

No Spelling next week! STAAR test on Monday and Tuesday

Math and PACE Math Homework-students have plastic fact sheets in their binders.  Addition and subtraction.  They are expected to practice Math facts everyday.  Each student will be given a goal at the beginning of the week to accomplish by the end of the week ( based on beginning of the year testing to determine which test they should be on).

​Students should come to 3rd Grade knowing their addition and subtraction facts as we will start learning multiplication facts around late September.  After the 1st 9 weeks is over,  I will start taking grades on Friday Facts Tests. Please practice!


Order of the tests as follows....  Once they pass a Friday test, they will move onto the next level. 

Please note the times are not the same  as written on the tests.  

50 addition facts in 3 Minutes

50 subtraction facts in 3 minutes

50 multiplication facts in 4 minutes

50 division facts in 4 minutes

100 addition facts in 5 minutes

100 subtraction facts in 5 minutes

100 multiplication facts in 5 minutes

100 division facts in 5 minutes

Multiples #1-5 minutes

Multiples #2-5 minutes

Mixed Multiples #1-5 minutes

Mixed Multiples #2-5 minutes 

Also students are given a Math/PACE Math homework  sheet(s) on Friday and it will be due the following Friday.  Students were given homework last Friday. :)

I will add computer websites to practice math facts and math skills as soon as the district approves them. I will write or glue your student's usernames and passwords into the front of their planners.


Overview of HOMEWORK!  

***Should take less than 45-50 minutes a day .  That is why I give it to them on Fridays to spread it out if they need to. 

Monday-20 min. read and RR Log

                Math Facts- 3-6 minutes a day

                Spelling- 5-10 minutes (write it on the back of the Unit page)


Wednesday-same except  in the Spelling book-Dear Parents 


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posted Aug 23, 2016, 6:19 PM by Robin Klepper   [ updated Aug 23, 2016, 6:20 PM ]

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