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Math and Spelling for the week of May 23
  • Unit 29 spelling test Friday.  Students with an alternative list should only study the first 18 words.  This is the last spelling test for the year.
  • If your child is having problems multiplying two digit numbers by two or three-digit numbers or long division using the algorithm, please have them watch the videos.
Important Dates for May and June
  • May 26-Student-led Conferences, 8-12:15
  • May 29-School holiday
  • May 31-Crossing Over at 12:45 in the MPR
  • June 2-Last day of school, end of the 9-week grading period

Important Information
  • Stay informed.  Sign up for Remind.  
    • Text @legassick to 81010
    • Text @3h8kk to 81010, click here for instructions
    • Text @caceres5 to 81010
  • If your child needs help with math, I'm available most days before school, at 7:20.  Just email me and I will expect them.  If they would like to come before 7:20, just let me know.  I can meet them at the front door.
  • There are several students with severe nut allergies.  Therefore, snacks containing peanuts cannot be consumed in the classroom.  Your child may have them for lunch since we have designated tables for those with allergies.
  • Please sign up for TxConnect, so you can keep up with your child's grades.  
  • If you need to contact me, my email address is Dianne.Cooper@leanderisd.org.  Usually, I do not have time during the day to check my voicemail.  I will check it after school, but occasionally, I am unable to check it because of meetings, an absence, etc.  If you have an important message for your child, please contact the office.  Transportation changes need to be made by 1:30, through the office.
  • Bring a healthy snack and water bottle.  Many students have nut allergies.  Please be respectful and send in a nut-free snack.
If you were unable to attend Parent Orientation, here is a summary of what was covered for math and spelling.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

  • Several students have severe food allergies.  Therefore, snacks containing tree nuts or peanuts cannot be consumed in the classroom.  There are allergy-free tables in the cafeteria, so your child may eat those food items for lunch. 
  • Although the information posted here will also be repeated in class, I recommend that your child check my website at least once a week for reminders and announcements.