Saturday, May 28, 2016

May 31 - June 3

Important Dates
May 30 - Memorial Day - No School
Jun 2 - EOY Celebration 11:45AM
Jun 3 - Last Day of School - Early Release 11:45Am

Important Reminders

Homework 
None

Tests/Quizzes
None

This Week  

Monday 
Memorial Day Holiday - No School

Tuesday 
Movie Day - Students can bring a blanket and pillow to relax on while they watch movies and enjoy popcorn. 

Wednesday  
Game Day - Students will rotate through three stations throughout the day: Outdoor games, Electronic games, and Board games. Students may bring in games from home to play. 

Thursday
EOY Celebration Activities: 
  • Clap Out Ceremony @ 11:45AM - Students will walk from the Elementary Building to the Middle/High School Building to symbolize the transition to Middle School. Parents, teachers, staff and students will cheer and congratulate them along the way. 
  • EOY Awards @ Picnic Shelter next to SRAC - Students will be presented with 4th Quarter and End of the Year awards. 
  • EOY Party @ Picnic Shelter next to SRAC - Students, parents, and teachers will celebrate by having a cookout. 
Friday
Last Day of School - Early Release @ 11:45AM

Friday, May 20, 2016

May 23 - 27

Important Dates
May 23 - Reading EOG
May 24 - Math EOG
May 30 - Memorial Day - No School
Jun 2 - EOY Celebration 11:45AM

Important Reminders

Homework 
None

Tests/Quizzes
Monday - Reading EOG
Tuesday - Math EOG

This Week  

Monday 
Students will take the Reading EOG.  

Tuesday 
Students will take the Math EOG.  

Wednesday  
Students will start to read articles about dangerous animals to glean information that will help them write a summary for each dangerous animal article. They will create a booklet with pictures of each dangerous animal to be included with the summary. We will also begin a read aloud of the novel, The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. 

Thursday
Students will start to read articles about dangerous animals to glean information that will help them write a summary for each dangerous animal article. They will create a booklet with pictures of each dangerous animal to be included with the summary. We will also continue a read aloud of the novel, The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. 
Friday
Students will start to read articles about dangerous animals to glean information that will help them write a summary for each dangerous animal article. They will create a booklet with pictures of each dangerous animal to be included with the summary. We will also continue a read aloud of the novel, The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. 

Thursday, May 12, 2016

May 16 - 20

Important Dates
May 19 - PTO Box Top Water Games Reward 9:45AM - 10:15AM
May 20 - Science EOG
May 23 - Reading EOG
May 24 - Math EOG
May 30 - Memorial Day - No School
Jun 2 - EOY Celebration 11:45AM

Important Reminders

Homework - 
Monday: Moby Max or website from EOG Preparation Websites page link on the right side of this page.  
TuesdayMoby Max or website from EOG Preparation Websites page link on the right side of this page.  
WednesdayMoby Max or website from EOG Preparation Websites page link on the right side of this page.  
Thursday: Get a good night's sleep and eat a healthy breakfast. 

Tests/Quizzes
Friday - Science EOG

This Week  

Monday 
Students will review for the EOG by participating in a partner activity. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.  

Tuesday 
Students will review for the EOG by participating in a group activity. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.  

Wednesday  
Students will review for the EOG by playing a review game in groups. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.  

Thursday
Students will review for the EOG by playing a Kahoot game in teams. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.  

Friday
Students will take the Science EOG.

Friday, May 6, 2016

May 9 - 13

Important Dates
May 9 & 10 - Practice EOG (Reading only)
May 20 - Science EOG
May 23 - Reading EOG
May 24 - Math EOG
May 30 - Memorial Day - No School
Jun 2 - EOY Celebration 11:45AM

Important Reminders

Homework - 
Monday: Moby Max
TuesdayMoby Max
WednesdayMoby Max
ThursdayMoby Max

Tests/Quizzes
Monday & Tuesday - Practice EOG

This Week  

Monday 
Students will begin taking a practice EOG during class time.  They will finish it on Tuesday. 

Tuesday 
Students will finish taking a practice EOG during class time. If there is time, students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Wednesday  
Students will review the practice EOG, making note of which types of questions they might have had trouble with. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Thursday
Students will review the practice EOG, making note of which types of questions they might have had trouble with. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.

Friday
Students will review the practice EOG, making note of which types of questions they might have had trouble with. If we have finished reviewing the practice EOG, we will work in small groups on EOG practice center activities. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.

Friday, April 29, 2016

May 2 - 6

Important Dates
May 5 - Progress Reports
May 9 & 10 - Practice EOG (Reading only)
May 20 - Science EOG
May 23 - Reading EOG
May 24 - Math EOG
May 30 - Memorial Day - No School
Jun 2 - EOY Celebration 11:45AM

Important Reminders

Homework - Roots Study Link (ALL Groupshttps://quizlet.com/124727238/week-4-roots-flash-cards/ Roots Vocabulary Study Link (Yellow Group ONLY) https://quizlet.com/124728276/week-4-root-vocabulary-flash-cards/
Monday: Week 4 Roots Activity (See Sheet) & Moby Max
TuesdayWeek 4 Roots Activity (See Sheet) & Moby Max
WednesdayWeek 4 Roots Activity (See Sheet) & Moby Max
ThursdayWeek 4 Roots Activity (See Sheet) & Moby Max

Tests/Quizzes
Friday - Week 4 Roots Test & Text Structure Test

This Week  

Monday 
Students will review text structure by working on a group sorting activity to identify the text structure used in a passage. If any students are still working on their Nonfiction Text Structures and Features Magazine project, they will have some class time to continue working. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Tuesday 
Students will review text structure by working on an activity to identify the text structure used in several passages. If any students are still working on their Nonfiction Text Structures and Features Magazine project, they will have some class time to continue working. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Wednesday  
Students will review text structure by working on a group sorting activity to identify the text structure used in a passage. If any students are still working on their Nonfiction Text Structures and Features Magazine project, they will have some class time to continue working. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Thursday
Students will review text structure by playing a game of Kahoot in teams. If any students are still working on their Nonfiction Text Structures and Features Magazine project, they will have some class time to continue working. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Friday
Students will take a test on Week 4 Roots and on Text Structure. Their projects are due on Monday, May 9. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Friday, April 22, 2016

April 25 - 28

Important Dates
Apr 29 - Teacher Workday
May 5 - Progress Reports
May 20 - Science EOG
May 23 - Reading EOG
May 24 - Math EOG
May 30 - Memorial Day - No School

Important Reminders

Homework 
Monday: Moby Max or Read 20 mins
TuesdayMoby Max or Read 20 mins
WednesdayMoby Max or Read 20 mins
ThursdayMoby Max or Read 20 mins

Tests/Quizzes
None

This Week  

Monday 
Students will continue working on typing the articles for their magazine project if they would like to type them, creating quiz questions, finding/drawing pictures, and assembling their magazine. We will then complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Tuesday 
Students will continue working on typing the articles for their magazine project if they would like to type them, creating quiz questions, finding/drawing pictures, and assembling their magazine. We will then complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.  

Wednesday  
Students will continue working on typing the articles for their magazine project if they would like to type them, creating quiz questions, finding/drawing pictures, and assembling their magazine. We will then complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Thursday
Students will work on a reading assignment that will require them to read and apply what they have learned to answer questions and create a graph to represent the information. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.

Friday
Teacher Workday

Saturday, April 16, 2016

April 18 - 22

Important Dates
Apr. 22 - Earth Day
Apr 29 - Teacher Workday
May 5 - Progress Reports
May 20 - Science EOG
May 23 - Reading EOG
May 24 - Math EOG
May 30 - Memorial Day - No School

Important Reminders

Monday: Reading Packet & Week 3 Roots Activity (See Assignment Sheet)
TuesdayReading Packet & Week 3 Roots Activity (See Assignment Sheet)
WednesdayReading Packet & Week 3 Roots Activity (See Assignment Sheet)
ThursdayReading Packet & Week 3 Roots Activity (See Assignment Sheet)

Tests/Quizzes
Friday - Week 3 Roots Test

This Week  

Monday 
Students will work on editing and revising the articles they have written for their magazine project and begin to decide the layout for their magazine. We will then complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Tuesday 
Students will continue to edit and revise the articles for their magazine project if they did not finish Monday.  They will also work on the layout of their magazine, creating the glossary and typing the articles if they would like to type them. If time allows, we will complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Wednesday  
Students will continue to edit and revise the articles for their magazine project if they are not finished. They will also work on the layout of their magazine, creating the glossary and typing the articles if they would like to type them. If time allows, we will complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class. 

Thursday
Students will work on the layout of their magazine, creating the glossary, typing the articles if they would like to type them, and creating quiz questions for the magazine. If time allows, we will complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.

Friday
Students will take a test on Week 3 roots and work on creating the glossary, typing the articles if they would like to type them, creating quiz questions, and finding/drawing pictures for the magazine . If time allows, we will complete a practice EOG passage as part of our preparation for testing next month. Students will have independent reading time at the end of class.