May 4 - 4th Quarter Project Due
May 8 - Scholastic Orders Due
May 22 - Science EOG
May 25 - No School
May 26 - Reading EOG
May 27 - Math EOG
- Scholastic Orders Due May 8, 2015.
- NCS needs proctors for the EOGs. If you are interested in signing up to help out, please click on the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b044eaba82da64-eogproctors
- If you are looking for summer activities or camps for your child this summer, consider signing them up for week-long summer camps at NCS! To learn more, click the following link: http://www.neusecharterschool.org/steam-powered-summer-camps.html
- Tutoring Available:Any 3-5 elementary student needing assistance with EOG studies may come on Thursday mornings at 7:45 to the library. Some NJHS members will available to assist students with homework or studying for upcoming tests. Help will be available on the following dates:· April 30· May 7· May 14· May 21
Monday - Reading Passage & Vocab page 192
Tuesday - Reading Passage & Vocab page 193
Wednesday - Reading Passage & Vocab page 194
Thursday - Reading Passage & Vocab page 196
Friday - Vocabulary Lesson 26 Test
Friday - Poetry Test
Students will begin learning about idioms and identify some common examples. We will work on a practice EOG passage and talk about the vocabulary words this week, which are short idiom phrases, and their meanings.
Students will continue to work with idioms. We will read a story called, The King Who Rained, and students will generate a list of idioms that are included in the story. Students will work on EOG practice with the Ipads and review their vocabulary words.
Students will continue to work with idioms. We will read a story called, My Teacher Likes to Say, and students will add examples of idioms from the book to the list they started the day before. Students will work on an assignment that will ask them to choose one of the idioms from our list and draw pictures to illustrate the figurative and literal meanings of the idiom.
Students will review for the poetry test they will take Friday. We will review all poetry vocabulary, labeling the rhyme scheme of a poem, and reading and answering comprehension questions about a poem by using a task card activity.
Students will take the Lesson 26 Vocabulary Test and the Poetry Unit Test. If time allows, students will work on EOG practice on Moby Max.