Important Dates from the Desk of the PrincipalComing Soon:March 29: Family Stations of the Cross and Pizza Night- registration required; consult the bulletinApril 1: Parish DanceApril 3: End of Third Quarter (can you believe it?!?); Spring/Summer Uniform (optional) may begin to be wornApril 4: Touring TuesdayApril 5: Pretzel Day; 12pm Dismissal; Parish Reconciliation at 7:30 in ChurchApril 6: PreK Easter Hat ParadeApril 7: PreK Easter Hat Parade; Talent ShowApril 8: Optional Come to the Table Workshop for First Holy Communion Candidates- registration required; consult the bulletin for more details.April 9: Palm SundayApril 11: Report cards distributed to those who are not in arrearsApril 12: Last Day of School before Easter Vacation; 12 pm Dismissal ...
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ELA State Test Tips from the Students Strategies for doing well on ELA State Test (Print and place into reading notebook to study.)1. Underline the question.2. Use bullet points.3. Restate the question 4. Fill up the whole page.5. Remember your punctuation marks.6. Give a good conclusion sentence. 7. Use text evidence.8. Read the top introduction.9. Read the title of the story.10. Circle key words, and then go back and look for those keys words to determine your answers.11. Always indent a new paragraph.12. For the longer writing component, read the questions first, so you know what you're looking for.13. Write detail 1, detail 2, detail 3 and include paragraph numbers.14. Don't give your ...
Posted Mar 24, 2017, 11:47 AM by Sarah Farrell
Test Schedule for the Week of March 26, 2017Monday, March 27 2017 - no examsTuesday, March 28, 2017 - ELA State Exam begins, bring in 4 sharpened number 2 pencils with points and erasers, bring in 2 highlighters (yellow preferably) Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - Second day of ELA State ExamsThursday, March 30, 2017 - Final Day of ELA State ExamsFriday, March 31. 2017 - Make up Day for ELA State Exam for any students who were absentThere will be no homework next week due to state exams except to read each day, students can't skip a week of studying their multiplication flash cards. They need to study them each day so they remember their facts.
Posted Mar 24, 2017, 11:48 AM by Sarah Farrell
Students dancing in the Spring ShowThe students that are working with Mrs. Rodriquez should bring in their tap shoes this Wednesday, March 22, after they eat their lunch, they should go up to her classroom with their tap shoes. Thank you.
Posted Mar 20, 2017, 12:45 PM by Sarah Farrell
Important Reminder***Remember, Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 21st is a 12p.m. Dismissal Day!!! :) ****
Posted Mar 20, 2017, 10:39 AM by Sarah Farrell
Friday, March 24, 2017Reading - read aloud and silently, fill in reading log, students should have 26 days filled in on Sunday, I will collect the reading logs on Friday, March 31 Print up strategies in announcements and place into reading notebooks.Math - Continue to study your multiplication flash cards.Journal - Share journal with family. Finish any incomplete journals.ELA Common Core State Book - Go over reading strategies in your reading notebook on how to do well on your state test. See how it matches up to how you wrote in your state book.******Bring in your pretzel money!! :)******
Posted Mar 24, 2017, 11:49 AM by Sarah Farrell
Homework: Thursday, March 23, 2017Reading - read aloud and silently, fill in reading log, students should have 23 pages filled in on their reading log after today, Keep finished Common Core State Book Home, finish any incomplete work, Look over your writing to see what you can improve on for next week's ELA State Exam - For next week's exam students need 4 sharpened #2 pencils, Ticonderoga pencils work well, the pencils should have erasers and good points. The students should also have 2 highlighters preferably the color yellow.Math - worksheet both sides (Some students started in class.) Write your name and date. Will be collected and graded.Spelling - Study 1-20, spelling test tomorrowJournal - Some students had to finish their spring journal ...
Posted Mar 23, 2017, 12:05 PM by Sarah Farrell
Homework: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Reading - read aloud and silently, fill in reading log, Students should have 22 days filled in on the reading logMath - study multiplication flash cards, study comparing fractions and fractions on a number line, Green progress book pages 193 1-5, 194, and 195, students started pages in school, but please look over and make sure your children have the correct answers. Tomorrow is a quiz on fractions and multiplication facts, go over the rules of cross multiplying with your children.Spelling - 11-20 3x each, study 1-20 test Friday
Posted Mar 22, 2017, 11:49 AM by Sarah Farrell
Homework, Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Reading - read aloud and silently, fill in reading log, students should have 21 days filled in after today, reading worksheet on the "Queen" due tomorrowMath - Green progress book page 124 1-12 page 125 22-33, continue to play fraction games on Topmarks and ABCYA, study multiplication flash cards each daySpelling - full heading, write in script, number words 11-20 ABC order
Posted Mar 21, 2017, 8:46 AM by Sarah Farrell
Homework: Monday, March 20, 2017Reading - reading packet, "We must See the Queen!" Due Wednesday, March 22nd, read aloud and silently, Students should have 20 days filled in on their reading logs.Math - Go over Fraction test, similar questions will be on Thursday's multiplication quiz, go over cross multiplying and equivalent fractions I uploaded into documents 2 fun games on the websites ABCYA and Topmarks for fractions. Students should go on these sites to play fraction games to help them understand the concept of fractions more proficiently. Spelling - 11-20 sentences, write in script, full heading, number sentences, underline spelling words, test Friday on 1-20Social Studies - Our next project is here! The students had a great time with their president projects. Students ...
Posted Mar 21, 2017, 5:32 AM by Sarah Farrell