I am very excited to see all of the student’s state floats. These students never cease to impress me with their creativity. Everyone is invited to our parade on Tuesday at 2:30. Please park on in any open spot in the parking lot or on the north side of the track. The gates will open around 2:00 on that day. Please plan on taking the floats home on that day.
On Friday, we are going to Fort Vancouver. We will leave at 10:15 and return around 2:00. The students should bring a sack lunch. We are going to be outside most of that day, so they must dress appropriately, and wear sunscreen to school if desired.
By the way, no more reading logs and bible verses tests for the year. Enjoy!
Order your child's School Supply Kit for next year from www.shopttkits.com, Login: 91621 They will be available through June 21, 2013 . Please note: A few extras are needed for each class that is not available in the kits. Be sure to check the Class Supply Lists on the website at: www.whcs.org/forms-downloads/
What are we studying?
Math: Ch. 10—Customary measures and test.
Reading: Mystery of the Missing Lunch
Social Studies: Oregon: Geography-latitude and longitude
Speed Drills: Division 6’s
Writing: 6+1 writing traits: Sentence Fluency
June 4—State Float Parade at 2:30 and floats go home.
June 5—Adverbs Test, Class Auction
June 6—Math Test
June 7—Fort Vancouver field trip.
June 10—8:30-10:30ish—Pancake Breakfast, yearbook signing, and Talent Show! Parents invited. Bring a grocery bag or two to clean out desks.
June 11—Last day of school!?!
A little about me:
This is my 4th year teaching 4th grade. I truly enjoy seeing students become more knowledgeable and independent. This year we will learn about Lewis and Clark, chemistry basics, more prepositions, Paul's missionary journeys, states and capitals, and basic algebra to list a few.
This past summer I spent 7 weeks with my family driving a RV through 34 states. I saw much of America that I have not seen before, and I can't wait share the sights and history of the U.S. Below is a picture of me monkeying around in Maine.