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Congratulations to our Pre-K graduates, Kindergarten and our 8th graders. You're off to great places!!!

Week of June 15th

Hip Hip Hooray please know that I am so proud of all of you, keep up the good work!

I continue to realize it has been a challenge to work from home and home school your child. I will continue to keep you in my prayers during this time as we work together to stay safe and healthy while continuing to learn and grow together.

Thank you for all you do as I know this is not easy, stay SMS strong!

Few Reminders:

  • For attendance purposes please respond to my morning email so that I know you received your child’s daily assignment.
  • I am here to help in any way that I can, office hours 8-9 and 2-3

Helpful resources:

Pearson (ELA & Math)

Padlet

NYS question sampler

https://www.mathfactcafe.com/Worksheet/Grade/3

Formed (Religion)

Read Works Class Code QPQ4R7 Password 1234

https://learningally.org/ see printed student log-in sent home 3/13

https://www.getepic.com/ Class Code ilx0201


Unit 5: Solutions How does the world challenge us?

Our weekly selection Unit 5 Wk 5 test will be online Friday, 6/19

Weekly Story: Aesop's Fox

Vocabulary: elegant, remarkable, flattery, imitation, spectacle

Word Study: Final Stable Syllables

Reading Comprehension: Infer theme

Writing: Poetry

We will be using a variety of resources as well as integrating Science and Social Studies into ELA and other areas.

We will read, explore and respond to poems. A poem tells a story. We will read poems to help us understand the lesson the speaker in the poem learned from nature and what other lessons we can learn from nature.

Then, respond to the weekly question, what can nature teach us about ourselves? See Freewrite to write your thoughts about how being in nature might help a person recover from a disappointment or failure.

As of 3/23 the students will be asked to complete a Math lesson each day by viewing the visual learning and another look video to help meet the objectives of each lesson. Students will then complete their textbook/workbook pages that correlate with each lesson. Occasionally, I will assign a quick check to check for understanding.

Topic 13: Fraction Equivalence and Comparison (8 lessons)

Essential Question: How can time, capacity, and mass be measured and found? Our Math test will be on Tuesday, 6/16

We will learn:

  • Equivalent Fractions: Use Models (13-1)
  • Equivalent Fractions: Use the Number Line (13-2)
  • Use Models to Compare Fractions: Same Denominator (13-3)
  • Use Models to Compare Fractions: Same Numerator (14-4)
  • Compare Fractions: Use Benchmarks (13-5)
  • Compare Fractions: Use the Number Line estimate mass (13-6)
  • Whole Numbers and Fractions (13-7)
  • Problem Solving: Construct Arguments (13-8)

After Topic 13, we will review how can two-dimensional shapes be described, analyzed, and classified as well as, how can perimeter be measured and found.

Our value of the month for June is Loyalty. To whom or to what are you loyal? Why? We will take a look into the Scripture Verse, Never let kindness and loyalty leave you. Proverbs 3:3.

We will review Unit 3: The Church Leads Us in Worship. This unit focuses on the following chapter ideas in helping us to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ

Chapter 15 - We Celebrate the Sacraments

Chapter 16- Celebrating Eucharist: The Mass

Chapter 17- We Worship at Mass

Chapter 18- Celebrating Penance and Reconciliation

Chapter 19- We Pray for Healing and Eternal Life

Also, please click on notes tab to reference the guidelines for Catechesis

In continuing to pray, follow the five finger prayer, saying the rosary at the Apostle's Creed during this time.

5 finger

We will continue with Chapter 5: Citizenship and Civic Engagement and begin lesson 3: Taking Action for Our Rights.

Students will use www.pearsonrealize.com student e:text to find Taking Action for Our Rights.

Dear Parent(s) or Guardian(s),

The safety and well-being of all our children in our parish and school communities are our highest priorities. To serve the goal of creating a safe environment, every year in our schools and religious education programs, the children receive lessons in personal safety, as required by the Bishops Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, which was adopted by the U.S. Bishops in 2002.

This year, our Safe Environment lesson plans have been fully revised to better address each grade level, with a lesson which is age-appropriate, user-friendly, and consistent with the moral teachings of the Catholic Church. These lessons are designed to promote respect for the dignity of the human person and virtuous living. Our goal in revising the curriculum was to equip teachers, parents/guardians, and students with knowledge that can help keep children and young people safe, while providing this instruction in a way that fosters the formation of Christian virtues. These revised lessons were developed by the Safe Environment Office of the Archdiocese, in consultation with professional educators and child safety experts.

The full lesson plans for each grade level can be reviewed online at http://www.archny.org/childrens-curriculum/. These lessons will cover such topics as internet safety, how to develop good boundaries in relationships, how to deal with uncomfortable or threatening situations, and how to get help from a trusted adult. Each year, parents/guardians will receive a short overview of the lesson that your child will receive during their Safe Environment instruction class period. This will enable you to reinforce the lessons your children have received, and to assure them of your support in their safety. Resources will also be available at the website noted above, to help parents/guardians further educate themselves and their children in this important area.

If you have any questions about the material presented in your child's Safe Environment lesson plan, please feel free to contact your principal or director of religious education.

We thank you for the sacred trust you have given us in the care and protection of your children. May the collective vigilance and efforts of the entire Catholic community renew trust and confidence. We must trust Christ's promise: "for God all things are possible" (Matt. 19:26).