Week of May 13-17

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6th grade will be working on collecting, preparing, and interpreting data and results in math. In world history, we will continue to learn about the spread of Christianity. Also, Roman Technology projects are due Thursday! 

4th and 5th grade will circle back around to fractions and percents and apply that concept to collected data. In US history, we will continue to learn about westward expansion! 
So proud of all of our students for getting through testing! Congratulations everyone on working hard. 

What’s Going on in Science This Week?

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4th Grade:
Our last two weeks in science will focus on Earth’s cycles and outer space. We will explore how the Earth moves, the moon, and the plants in our solar system. There will be a short quiz on Thursday. 
5/6th Grade:
We will be covering our last two textbook topics this week: heat and electricity/magnetism! There will be a short quiz on Thursday. 
It’s going to be a great week!


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Week of May 13:   Beach and ocean theme continues ! We are reviewing all the ABC’s and numbers 0-10. Projects might include handprint crab, ocean mobile, handwriting, locating shapes, and seahorse art. We are also catching up from last week while a few friends were out. We will complete our Rainbow Fish . We will read “Clark the Shark “ Field Day is Friday, May 17th @9:00 to 10:30. All parents are welcome to come watch! We will be at the park on the seawall at 27th. If you have volunteered to drive please be in my room at 8:30. Happy Mothers Day! Hope you enjoyed your gift. Children had fun making them. Lots of measuring and counting. Thanks for participating! Looking forward to an awesome week! Ms Gripp

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Live From The Field

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Hello  parents.
Here it is, Tuesday already.  I’m a little behind. Anyway, this is our Texas and old fashion week. I introduced it with our show and tell last week. Please watch folders for a note telling you what item your child wants to bring for our lunch picnic on Friday. Your child may dress in old fashioned clothes and should bring any food in a basket, bucket or bandanna.
Letters of the week are sh.
Spelling words are ship, trip, flip, sheep, shape, show, tow, now, slow, grow.
Bonus word is elephant.

Live From The Field

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Dear Middle School Parents,
Hope you all had a wonderful Easter/Spring weekend!  The kids are super excited to go on our Field Trip tomorrow.  It looks like the weather is going to cooperate. I am going to send home a sign-up sheet today for parent conferences.  Please send it back to me as soon as possible.
3rd grade Math – Multiplication/Division
2nd grade Math –  Graphing
L.A. – “Frindle,” by Andrew Clements
Writing – Poetry
Science – Matter
S.S. – Branches of Government
Hope you all have a great week!
All the best,
Mrs. Garcia

Week of April 22-26

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In 6th grade, we complete our geometry unit with a test on Wednesday. In World History, students will be assigned their project on Rome, and we will begin to study the spread of Christianity.

4th and 5th will also complete their geometry unit with an assessment on Friday. Students should anticipate homework Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. In US History, we will move past the American Revolution with a class project to understand the timeline of all the major events resulting in America’s independence.

This week!

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This week in Upper school, fourth & fifth will be reviewing comparative adverbs, when to use good and well, and then we will have our first test over adverbs on Friday. 
Sixth graders will be reviewing comparative adverbs, negatives in speech, punctuation, and then will have adverbs test one on Friday.