Various 2012-13 photos can be seen here.
Race to Read (Week 5). Mr. T’s class is currently in 3rd (from last) place:
- While optional, students are highly encouraged to participate in this 6 week incentive program to encourage reading at home. Race to Read started March 25, the Monday during our Spring Break.
- Additional log sheets can be obtained from Mrs. Littlefield.
- We are emphasizing honesty when filling out the log sheets. A parent’s signature is required with each completed sheet.
- Just read, man!
For your calendar:
- Monday. After today, your student becomes a fifth grader in 21.5 “school” days.
- Wednesday. Library books are due and Star of the Week
- Thursday. Star of the Week, Hat Day ($2), and ice cream social for adult volunteers
- Friday. Teacher in-service (no school for students)
- May 4 (Saturday), “Spring Fling Fiesta.” This is Legacy’s big annual fundraiser (my band, Martyrs, will be playing. Hope you can make it). Volunteers are needed with your hours tripled (details here).
- May 9-10 (Thursday and Friday), Mother’s Day Flower Sale, Library, 8-4.
- May 22 (Wednesday), Paint Mines field trip, Calhan, 8:30-2:30.
iPads. Please make certain your student brings a fully-charged iPad each morning.
How we’re working in the classroom:
- Spelling. All spelling words are on your kiddo’s iPad in their Google Drive. They know how to access them. Also, if they’ve done their Monday classwork, they will have them entered into their spelling app and can take pretest after pretest at home throughout the week.
- Vocabulary. The class will use flashcards created on Quizlet.com to study the week’s vocabulary words. Again, their vocabulary words are listed each week in their iTunes U language arts course.
- Reading. Please have your student listen to the story at least one time at home during the week.
- Math. Ask your student to show you her/his progress in Moby Math. Review with them any practice sets where they scored lower than 70% (they will be highlighted in yellow).
- Science. All work will be done in the classroom using Discovery Education.