Week 20 (JAN 14 – 18, 2008)

Report cards are in the Monday folders.  Please sign and return the form which acknowledges your receipt of your student’s report card by the end of the week.

With the exception of science, my progress reports for the 3rd quarter will be sent home Monday.

Science. In Mrs. Waide’s class, the judges’ scoring rubrics for student science fair projects didn’t make it home.  Look for them in today’s Monday folders.

Every Monday, parents should look for these two things:

  • *This Week’s Assignments (in the sidebar on the right), and
  • the current issue of my classroom newsletter, Mr. T’s Tattler

Absolutely no nuts, raspberries, pineapple, or baked goods containing milk in the classroom at anytime. This includes products your kids bring in daily for their snack. Airborne particles and residue on hands, clothing, desks, and in waste containers are of dire concern. Thanks for your help.

Fun Friday Snack Helpers are Abigail (drinks) and Kameron (snacks). We start at 2:30 p.m., have 24 students, and there can be no nuts, raspberries, pineapple, or baked goods containing milk.

Math 54. Problem sets 70 – 73 will be due as homework this week. They will test this Friday.

Shurley Grammar. Students will continue classifying pattern 2 sentences.  There will be no quiz this week.

All testing in my classes will occur this Friday as follows:

  • Daily Oral Language (DOL). They’ll test on the sentences edited each morning in class. Click on the links for:
  • Practice sentences
  • Answer key (available now)
  • Spelling. Students will test only upon the words they misspelled on Friday’s pretest. They will be exempted if their pretest score is at least 95%.
  • Spelling list (available Monday night)
  • Vocabulary. A pretest was given on today. Students will be exempted if their pretest score is perfect.
  • Vocabulary words (available Monday night)
  • Open Court. The reading comprehension exam will be comprised of short answer and multiple choice questions. It will be an “open book” test.
  • Medicine: Past and Present (not available online–students may take home textbook)
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