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May 20th– May 24th

Good evening families This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that relate to our plant unit! Our writing will reflect this topic.

This weeks focus words are: thank, all, four, while, with. They will be reviewed for homework each day and tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be learning about comparing different coins, as well as how to combine them to make the total cost of items.  

In Science we will be talking about the what plants and animals need to grow.

In Social Studies, we will be discussing everyday heroes that we see in our community.

In Religion, we will be discussing how we can learn about God with our friends.

Some upcoming events are:

If you received a letter from Nurse Karen, please return them as soon as possible. If necessary, please contact Nurse Karen by calling the school.

The students will need a clean, empty, paper roll (i.e., a paper towel or toilet paper roll) for science on Friday.

 

 

 

This week’s homework

 

Monday, May 20th  

ELA: Practice book pg 166

Math: Workbook pg 110

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, May 21st  

ELA: Practice book pg 167

Math: Workbook pg 111

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, May 22nd  

ELA: Practice book pg 168-169

Math: Workbook pg 112

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, May 23rd       

ELA: Practice book pg 170

Math: workbook pg 113

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, May 24th  

ELA: Workbook pg 171
Math:  Workbook pg 114

 

Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

May 13th– May 16th

Good evening families This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that relate to our plant unit! Our writing will reflect this topic.

Since there is no school on Friday, the students will not be receiving new focus words. They will be reviewing old focus words for homework this week.

In Math the students will be learning about different coins, as well as their value!

In Science we will be talking about the life cycle and parts of a butterfly.

In Social Studies, we will be discussing why people need to work.

In Religion, we will be discussing how we can learn about God with our friends.

Some upcoming events are:

If you received a letter from Nurse Karen, please return them as soon as possible. If necessary, please contact Nurse Karen by calling the school.

Tuesday, May 14th is a N.U.T. (no uniform today) day. If you want your child to participate, they must come in with $2.00

There is no school Friday, May 17th, for teacher professional development.

 

This week’s homework

 

Monday, May 13th  

ELA: Practice book pg 161

Math: Workbook pg 106

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, May 14th   

ELA: Practice book pg 162

Math: Workbook pg 107

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, May 15th  

ELA: Practice book pg 163-164

Math: Workbook pg 108

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, May 16th      

ELA: Practice book pg 165

Math: workbook pg 109

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, May 17th  

No School!

 

Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

May 6th– May 10th

Good evening families!  Hard to believe we are already back from Easter break! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that relate to our plant unit! Our writing will reflect this topic.

The students focus words for this week are: eat, will, fly, some, stop. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be learning about different coins, as well as their value!

In Science we will be talking about how weather can affect the things in nature.

In Religion, we will be discussing how we can learn about God with our friends.

Some upcoming events are:

Come join us on Tuesday, May 7th, from 6-7pm for our Spring Open House and Art Exhibition! The band recital will follow at 7:30

Thursday, May 9th is our Field day! All permission slips and donations are due by May 9th.

If you received a letter from Nurse Karen, please return them as soon as possible. If necessary, please contact Nurse Karen by calling the school.

 

This week’s homework

 

Monday, May 6th  

ELA: Practice book pg 156

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, May 7th   

ELA: Practice book pg 157

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Photos with mom or motherly figure are due tomorrow!

 

Wednesday, May 8th  

ELA: Practice book pg 149-159

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, May 9th      

ELA: Practice book pg 160

Math: workbook pg 104

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, May 10th  

ELA: Practice book pg 161

Math: workbook pg 105

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

April 29th– May 3rd, 2019

Good evening families!  Hard to believe we are already back from Easter break! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that relate to our weather unit! Our writing will reflect this topic.

As part of our writing this week, I am asking that you send in a picture of your child with their mother or a motherly figure (maximum 3 per child). Please send in a standard photo size (3×5). Please be aware the students will be doing a craft and writing piece with these photos, so if you do not wish to send in a hard copy, you may scan and email the picture(s) to me. Please send in all photos by Wednesday, May 1st 😊 .

The students focus words for this week are: pretty, went, after, from, give. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be discussing completing their study of subtraction. There will be a math test on THURSDAY, MAY 2nd! We will then start learning about different coins, as well as their value!

In Social Studies we will be talking about how weather can affect the things that we do in our neighborhoods, homes, schools, etc.

In Religion, we will be discussing how God gave us our senses.

Some upcoming events are:

Our Math test on Chapter 7 is Thursday, May 2nd.

Friday is First Friday Mass! Please feel free to join us at 9am for the Lord’s Eucharist.

 

This week’s homework

 

Monday, April 29th

ELA: Practice book pg 156

Math: Workbook pg 100

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, April 30th  

ELA: Practice book pg 157

Math: Workbook pg 101

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Photos with mom or motherly figure are due tomorrow!

 

Wednesday, May 1st   

ELA: Practice book pg 149-159

Math: Review packet!

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, May 2nd     

ELA: Practice book pg 160

Math: workbook pg 102

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, May 3rd  

ELA: Practice book pg 161

Math: workbook pg 103

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

April 15th-17th,2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be discussing Earth Day by reading The Lorax.

The students will not have any focus words this week.

In Math the students will be discussing subtraction readiness by using numbers, pictures, and manipulatives to subtract two single-digit numbers.

In Science, the students will be discussing recycling, and how it helps our planet.

Some upcoming events are:

Joel the Magic man will be coming on Monday, April 15th!

On Wednesday, April 17th, the students will be going to Mass at 9:00 for our school Easter Mass. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
This week’s homework

 

Monday, April 15th

ELA: Worksheet

Math: Workbook pg 98

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, April 16th  

ELA: Worksheet

Math: Workbook pg 99

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, April 17th

Work on Easter Packet!

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

I hope you all have a blessed Easter and lovely week off with your families! 😊 Hope the Easter Bunny is good to everyone!!

Ms. Edwards

 

 

April 8th-11th,2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that relate to Easter! Our writing will reflect this topic.

The students focus words for this week are: white, soon, jump, open, ride. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be discussing subtraction readiness by using numbers, pictures, and manipulatives to subtract two single-digit numbers. They will have a math test on addition on THURSDAY, APRIL 11th.

In Social Studies we will be talking about how every family celebrates differently.

In Science, the students will be conducting Easter experiments!

In Religion, we will be breaking down each day of Holy Week using pictures, books, and Bible passages.

Some upcoming events are:

Our Math test on Chapter 7 is Thursday, April 11th.

Joel the Magic man will be coming on Monday, April 15th! All permission slips are due by WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10th.

Easter break packets will be distributed this week and will be due the Tuesday we come back.

This week’s homework

 

Monday, April 8th

ELA: Practice book pg 152

Math: Workbook pg 93

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, April 9th  

ELA: Practice book pg 153

Math: Workbook pg 94

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, April 10th

ELA: Practice book pg 148-149

Math: Review packet!

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, April 11th    

ELA: Practice book pg 154

Math: workbook pg 95

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, April 12th

ELA: Practice book pg 155

Math: workbook pg 96

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

April 1st – 5th,2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that relate to our weather unit!

The students focus words for this week are: brown, new, ask, under, over. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be discussing addition readiness by using numbers, pictures, and manipulatives to add two single-digit numbers.  

In Social Studies we will be talking about how culture makes every family special.

In Science, the students will be discussing the difference between living an nonliving things.

In Religion, we will be talking about how our family’s expose us to God’s world, and how our family’s share God’s love  

Some upcoming events are:

Friday, April 5th is first Friday! The students will be going to Mass at 9am. Please feel free to join us.

This week’s homework

Monday, April 1st  

ELA: Practice book pg 146

Math: Workbook pg 88

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, April 2nd  

ELA: Practice book pg 147

Math: Workbook pg 89

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, April 3rd

ELA: Practice book pg 148-149

Math: Workbook page 90

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown upThursday, April 4th    

ELA: Practice book pg 150

Math: workbook page 91

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, April 5th

ELA: Practice book pg 151

Math: workbook pg 92

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

March 25th– 29th , 2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that continue with our neighborhood unit!

The students focus words for this week are: he, she, got, what, off. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be taking their test on chapter 6. This test will be on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27th.  

In Social Studies we will be talking about how culture makes every family special.

In Science, the students will be discussing the difference between living an nonliving things.

In Religion, we will be talking about how our family’s expose us to God’s world, and how our family’s share God’s love  

Some upcoming events are:

The students will be having their math test on Wednesday.

This week’s homework

Monday, March 25th

ELA: Practice book pg 140

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, March 26th

ELA: Practice book pg 141

Math; Review for test tomorrow!

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, March 27th

ELA: Practice book pg 142-143

Math: Workbook page 84

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown upThursday, March 28th   

ELA: Practice book pg 144

Math: workbook page 85

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, March 29th 

ELA: Practice book pg 145

Math: workbook pagr 86-87

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

March 18th– 23rd, 2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that continue with our neighborhood unit!

The students focus words for this week are: one, two, said, who, they. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be discussing equal and non-equal parts

In Social Studies we will be talking about how culture makes every family special.

In Science, the students will be discussing the difference between living an nonliving things.

In Religion, we will be talking about who St. Joseph is.  

Some upcoming events are:

Tuesday, March 19th is report card day. The students will be dismissed at 11:30 AM.

This week’s homework

Monday, March 11th

ELA: Practice book pg 134

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, March 12th

ELA: Practice book pg 135

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, March 13th

ELA: Practice book pg 136-137

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown upThursday, March 14th   

ELA: Practice book pg 138

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, March 15th 

ELA: Practice book pg 139

Math: Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

March 11th– 15th, 2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that continue with our neighborhood unit!

The students focus words for this week are: please, must, say, well, want. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will be discussing equal and non-equal parts

In Social Studies we will be talking about what it means to celebrate our culture.

In Science, the students will be discussing direction.

In Religion, we will be talking about who St. Patrick is.  

Some upcoming events are:

Tuesday, March 12th , is bake sale day!

Wednesday, March 13th, is Spring Picture Day!

Friday, March 15th, is a NUT (No Uniform Today). Please send in $2 if you want your child to participate!!

This week’s homework

Monday, March 11th

ELA: Practice book pg 128

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, March 12th

ELA: Practice book pg 129

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, March 13th

ELA: Practice book pg 130-132

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown upThursday, March 14th   

ELA: Practice book pg 132

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, March 15th 

ELA: Practice book pg 133

Math: Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

March 4th-7th, 2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be beginning our neighborhood unit. Our stories and writing will reflect these topics. Since this is a four day week, students will be reviewing old focus words for homework.

In Math the students will continue our chapter on Tally Marks!

In Science, the students will be continuing our discussion of direction.

In Religion, we will be talking about what Ash Wednesday is, and what we can do during Lent.

Some upcoming events are:

Wednesday, March 6th, is Ash Wednesday. All students will be receiving ashes.

There is no school on Friday, March 7th, for Teacher Professional Development.

This week’s homework

Monday, March 4th

ELA: Practice book pg 123

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, March 5th

ELA: Practice book pg 124

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, March 6th

ELA: Practice book pg 125-126

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown upThursday, March 7th  

ELA: Practice book pg 127

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, March 8th

No School! 😊

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

February 25th-March 1st, 2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries!

This week the students will be reading stories that continue with our animal unit! We will also be spending Friday celebrating Dr. Seuss birthday! Our writing will reflect these topics.

The students focus words for this week are: Have, See, That, Out, Good. These words will be tested on Friday.

In Math the students will begin our chapter on Tally Marks!

In Social Studies we will be talking about what it means to celebrate our culture.

In Science, the students will be discussing direction.

In Religion, we will be talking about how God loves each and every one of us.

Some upcoming events are:

Our Candy Sale begins on Tuesday!

This Friday, March 1st is the first Friday. Mass will be held at 9:00 AM. Please feel free to join us!  Friday is also Family Fun night!

This week’s homework

Monday, February 25th

ELA: Practice book pg 117

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, February 26th

ELA: Practice book pg 118

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, February 27th

ELA: Practice book pg 119-120

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown upThursday, February 28th  

ELA: Practice book pg 121

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, March 1st

ELA: Practice book pg 122

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

February 11th-14th, 2019

Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries. We will be discussing President’s Day as well as celebrating Valentine’s Day!

This week the students will be reading stories about both upcoming holidays. Our writing will reflect these stories. There will be no focus words this week, however students will review previously tested words for homework.

In Math the students have completed Chapter 5 and will be having a test on Wednesday!

In Social Studies we will be talking about what the President does as part of his job.

In Science, we will be completing a Valentine’s Day STEM project!

In Religion, we will be talking about how God created us and loves us, as well as completing Valentine’s Day activities!

Some upcoming events are:

Valentine’s day is right around the corner! K-111 will be doing a valentine card swap! Below is a list of all 18 members of the class:

 

       Santino      Nicholas    Sophia      James       Vern         Levon

Irfan                Ava           Ayden       Matthew   Skylar       Marco

Mia           Isabella    Vince        Michael     Joseph      Julian

This Thursday, February 14th, is a N.U.T. (No Uniform Today) day for the students.

There is no school this Friday, February 15th, for teacher professional development day.

There is no school February 18th-22nd for winter break.

This week’s homework

Monday, February 11th

ELA: Practice book pg 112

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, February 12th

ELA: Practice book pg 113

Math: Review for test tomorrow!

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, February 13th

ELA: Practice book pg 114-115

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown upThursday, February 14th  

ELA: Practice book pg 116

Math: Worksheet

Focus Word Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

February 4th-8th, 2019
Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries. We will be celebrating our 100th day of school on Friday with a day filled with activities!
This week the students continuing our animal unit. We will be reading stories, having discussions, and comparing our favorite animals. Our reading and writing will reflect these topics.
The students will be receiving focus words. The focus words will be discussed in class, reviewed for homework, and will be tested at the end of the week. This week’s focus words are: play, you, is, are, for.
In Math we will be discussing numbers ranging from 20-31. We will be comparing and contrasting numbers, as well as estimating quantities.
In Social Studies we will be talking about what we will look like and what we will do at 100 years old!
In Science, we will be completing 100th day of school STEM Stations!
In Religion, we will be talking about how God created us and loves us.

Some upcoming events are:
Our 100th day of school is quickly approaching! To celebrate I am asking each student to bring in a collection of 100 small objects, attached to a piece of oaktag. These objects can range from stickers, pasta pieces, etc. Let your child have fun with this project! Please send in all projects for Friday, February 8th for our day of celebration.
Valentine’s day is also right around the corner! K-111 will be doing a valentine card swap! Below is a list of all 18 members of the class:
Santino Nicholas Sophia James Vern Levon
Irfan Ava Ayden Matthew Skylar Marco
Mia Isabella Vince Michael Joseph Julian

This Friday, February 8th, is our first Friday Mass! Please join us for a 9:00AM Celebration of the Eucharist.

This week’s homework
Monday, February 4th
ELA: Practice book pg 107
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, February 5th
ELA: Practice book pg 108
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, February 6th
ELA: Practice book pg 109-110
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, February 7th
ELA: Practice book pg 111
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

100th day of school project due tomorrow

Friday, February 8th
ELA: Practice book pg 112
Math: Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

January 28th- February 1st, 2019
Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries.
This week the students beginning our animals unit. We will be reading stories, having discussions, and comparing our favorite animals. Our reading and writing will reflect these topics.
After much revision, the students will be receiving focus words. The focus words will be discussed in class, reviewed for homework, and will be tested at the end of the week. This week’s focus words are:
In Math we will be discussing numbers ranging from 20-31. We will be comparing and contrasting numbers, as well as estimating quantities.
In Social Studies we will be talking about what we love about our school, as part of Catholic Schools Week/
In Science, we will be
In Religion, we will be talking about how God created us and loves us.
Some upcoming events are:
This is Catholic Schools Week! The schedule of events is as follows:

Monday is Crazy Hair Day! Monday is the Scholastic Book Fair! You may meet your child to explore the book fair from 8:45-9:00.

Monday is also the classroom visits day! Stop by K-111 from 9:00-9:55 to see what a day in your students life is like!

Tuesday is Crazy Hat Day! Students may wear a crazy hat with their school uniform.
Tuesday is also Open House day from 3:00-4:00.
Wednesday is Sports Jersey Day! Students may wear their favorite team’s Jersey along with their gym bottoms.

Thursday is Spirit day! Students may wear a blue or gold top along with their gym bottoms.

Friday is Teacher Swap day! The students will be spending the first two periods with Mrs. Sylvain!

Our 100th day of school is quickly approaching! To celebrate I am asking each student to bring in a collection of 100 small objects, attached to a piece of oaktag. These objects can range from stickers, pasta pieces, etc. Let your child have fun with this project!

Valentine’s day is also right around the corner! K-111 will be doing a valentine card swap! Below is a list of all 19 members of the class:

Santino Giovanni Nicholas Sophia James Vern
Levon Irfan Ava Ayden Matthew Skylar
Mia Isabella Vince Michael Joseph Julian
Marco
This week’s homework
Monday, January 28th
ELA: Practice book pg 101
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, January 29th
ELA: Practice book pg 102
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, January 30th
ELA: Practice book pg 103-104
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, January 31st
ELA: Practice book pg 105
Math: Worksheet
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, February 1st
ELA: Practice book pg 106
Math: Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

January 22nd-25th, 2019
Good evening families! This week will be filled with many exciting activities, adventures, and discoveries.
This week the students will be continuing our food unit. We will be reading stories, having discussions, and creating menus with our favorite lunch foods. Our reading and writing will reflect these topics.
After much revision, the students will be receiving focus words. The focus words will be discussed in class, reviewed for homework, and will be tested at the end of the week. This week’s focus words are: to, have, go, see, a, like.
In Math we will be discussing numbers up to 18.
In Social Studies we will be talking about conflict and resolutions.
In Science, we will be completing our projects for the Invention Convention! The students will be creating blueprints for a robot that can help you learn to read.
In Religion, we will be talking about how God created all people.
Some upcoming events are:
Our fieldtrip to the Hall of Science is this Thursday! If you have not handed in the permission slip and fee, please do that by Wednesday, January 23rd!

This week’s homework
Tuesday, January 22nd
ELA: Practice book pg 92
Math: Workbook pg 81
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, January 23rd
ELA: Practice book pg 93
Math: Workbook pg 82
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, January 24th
ELA: Practice book pg 94
Math: Workbook pg 83
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, January 25th
ELA: Practice book pg 95
Math: Workbook pg 84
Focus Word Worksheet
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

January 14th- 17th

Good Evening families! This week is filled with many exciting things going on for our students!
This week the students will be continuing with our food unit. We will be discussing recipes that are special to each child, and how food plays an important role in family celebrations. Our reading and writing will reflect these topics.
In Math we will be starting chapter 5, discussing numbers up to 31.
In Social Studies we will be talking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
In Science, we will be completing the planning phase for our Invention Convention experiment! In Religion, we will be talking about we can be saints, and how God made all people
Some upcoming events are:
Kindergarten is sponsoring the bake sale on January 15th! If you can, please donate a baked good to be sold during lunch
Permission slips for the field trip to the Hall of Science are due by Wednesday.
Scholastic Orders are due Friday, January 18th!
This week’s homework
Monday, January 14th
ELA: Practice book pg 87
Math: Workbook pg 77
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up 

Tuesday, January 15th
ELA: Practice book pg 88
Math: Workbook pg 78
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday , January 16th
ELA: Practice book pg 89-90
Math: Workbook pg 79
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, January 17th

ELA: Practice book pg 91
Math: Workbook pg 80
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

January 7-11th, 2019
Good evening families. The first week of 2019 is over, and the students are back in the routine of learning!
This week the students will be beginning their unit on food. Our story for this week, Apple Farmer Annie, will educate the students on how farmers prepare, select, and sell their products at a farmers market. As a culminating activity, we will be having our own farmers market!
In Math we will be concluding chapter 4 with a test on Friday, January 11th
In Social Studies we will be talking about how a farmers market is run, in connection to our food unit.
In Science, we will be discussing what plants need to grow, in connection with our food unit.
In Religion, we will be talking about the Church year, and how God wants us to celebrate with him.
Some upcoming events are:
This Friday the students will be going to Mass. Please join us for Mass at 9am.
Tuesday, January 8th, is a NUT (No Uniform Today) Day.
Kindergarten is sponsoring the bake sale on January 15th! If you can, please donate a baked good to be sold during lunch.

This week’s homework
Monday, January 7th
ELA: Practice book pg 85
Math: Workbook pg 73
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, January 8th
ELA: Practice book pg 86
Math: Workbook pg 74
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, January 9th
ELA: Practice book pg 87
Math: Workbook pg 75
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, January 10th
ELA: Practice book pg 88
Math: Review sheet, test TOMORROW!
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, January 11th
ELA: Practice book pg 89
Math: Workbook pg 76
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

January 2-4th, 2019
Happy New Year families! Before I say what will be going on this week, I want to thank each and every one of you for making my 2018 a great year! I am looking forward to seeing what 2019 has in store for all of us.
This week the students will be focusing on New Years Day, and what it means to make a New Years Resolution! We will be reading stories, having discussions, and creating our own resolutions. Our reading and writing will reflect these topics
In Math we will be discussing traveling up and down the number line by counting up and counting down.
In Social Studies we will be talking about how New Year’s Day means we are starting a new calendar year.
In Science, we will be completing a New Year’s themed STEM activity! In Religion, we will be talking about the Church year, and how God wants us to celebrate with him.
Some upcoming events are:
This Friday is First Friday! Please join us for Mass at 9am.
Tuesday, January 8th, is a NUT (No Uniform Today) Day.
Kindergarten is sponsoring the bake sale on January 15th! If you can, please donate a baked good to be sold during lunch

This week’s homework
Wednesday, January 2nd
ELA: Practice book pg 82
Math: Workbook pg 67
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, January 3rd
ELA: Practice book pg 83
Math: Workbook pg 68
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, January 4th
ELA: Practice book pg 84
Math: Workbook pg 69
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

December 17-21st

Happy Monday Parents! The students are itching to get their presents from Santa and to spend quality time with family and friends! But, this week is sure to excite!
In reading and we will be studying and looking at different Christmas stories. We will be completing writing activities that go along with each book.

In Math, we will be continuing to learn about numbers 0-10 by understanding counting up and down starting from a given number.

In Religion we will be deeply analyzing the Christmas Story as seen in the Gospel.

In Science, we will be completing a rather green surprise experiment.

Some upcoming events are:

Tuesday, December 18th is N.U.T. (No Uniform Today) Day for grades K-7. If you would like to participate please send your child to school with $2.00

Thursday, December 20th, is Kindergarten’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” Day! A letter will be sent home with further details.

Friday, December 21st is an 11:30 dismissal day. We will be celebrating mass at 9:00 as a school community. If you are available, please consider joining us!

This week’s homework

 

Monday, December 17th

ELA: Practice book page 78

Math: workbook page 63

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, December 18th

ELA: Practice book page 79

Math: workbook page 64

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, December 19th

ELA: Practice book page 80

Math: workbook page 65

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Thursday, December 20th

ELA: Practice book page 81

Math: workbook page 66

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, December 21st

Merry Christmas Break! Start working on your Christmas packet

 

Have a great week, and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Ms. Edwards

 

 

December 10th- December 14th , 2018

Happy Monday Parents! We are getting ready for a fun and festive week!
This week the students will continue learning about transportation in ELA. We will discuss different ways to get from one place to another, and our writing will reflect these topics.
In math, the students will be continuing their discussion on identifying and creating groups of objects.
In Religion the students will be discussing Advent and Christmas, and how we are preparing for the birth of Jesus.
In Social Studies the students will be identifying examples of a primary source.
In Science the students will be concluding their study on speed and motion by conducting an experiment.
Some upcoming events are:
The scholastic book order is due December 15th!
Friday, December 14th, is the Christmas Pageant. There will be 2 shows, one at 12:30 pm, and one at 6:30 pm. Uniform is not required on this day; please send your child to school on Friday in Dress Up clothes that are Christmas Colored (Red or Green). Please send your child in all black school appropriate shoes. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me 😊
Our Bricks 4 Kidz field trip is December 17th! If you have not already sent in the permission slip and $8 fee, please do so ASAP.

This week’s homework
Monday, December 10th
ELA: Practice book page 73
Math: workbook page 58
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday, December 11th
ELA: Practice book page 74
Math: workbook page 59
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, December 12th
ELA: Practice book page 75
Math: Workbook page 60
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, December 13th
ELA: practice book page 76
Math: workbook page 61
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

ELA: practice book page 77
Math: workbook page 62
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards

 

November 26th– 30th

Good evening families! I hope your Thanksgiving was peaceful and enjoyable. The students are back and ready to learn!
Today, we were greeted by a visitor from the North Pole. Until Christmas break, our scout elf, Christmas Spirit, will be in the classroom reporting our behavior back to Santa.

This week the students will be learning about different types of transportation. We will read different stories about transportation and practicing the skill of comparing and contrasting. We will learn how to visualize by painting a picture on our minds, then labeling the pictures we draw.

In religion, we are going to focus on the different types of animals that God made. We will explore animals from different places, and explain different ways that we can care for all of God’s creation.

In math, we will be learning how to draw groups of objects to represent numbers. The students will be able to identify, draw and show groups of different numbers.

In science, the students will be learning about motion, and using observation to inverstiage motion.

In social studies we will learn about different types of primary sources.

 

This is a reminder that the last day of Math Games for Kindergarten will be November 27th.

If you have not sent your child to school with the Thanksgiving packet, please do so by Wednesday.

The scholastic order is due no later than December 15th in order for the books to be in by Christmas.

 

Homework

Monday

  1. Math workbook page 53
  2. Practice book page 63
  3. Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Tuesday

  1. Math workbook page 54
  2. Practice book page 64
  3. Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday

  1. Math workbook page 55
  2. Practice book page 65
  3. Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday

  1. Math workbook page 56
  2. Practice book page 66
  3. Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday

  1. Math workbook page 57
  2. Practice book page 67
  3. Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

 

November 5th– November 9th, 2018

Happy Monday, parents! Even though this is a short week, it will still be filled with learning!

This week the students will continue learning about friends in ELA. We will discuss things friends like to do together and write about what we need to have fun with our friends.

In math, the students will be continuing their discussion on positional words, such as above, below, left, right, in front of, and behind.

In Religion the students will be discussing how God created the land, as well as ways to protect and care for it.  

In Social Studies the students will be learning about Veterans Day. They will be learning what a veteran is, and why we celebrate this holiday.

In Science the students will be discovering the role of an engineer.

Some upcoming events are:

 

The scholastic book order is due November 12th!

Wednesday, November 7th is picture day! Students must be dressed in full winter uniform. No NUT cards!

Thursday, November 8th is a $2 dress down day!
There will be no school on Friday, November 9th, for teacher professional development.

There will be no school on Monday, November 12th, for the observation of Veteran’s Day.

This week’s homework

Monday, November 5th  

ELA: Practice book page 53

Math: workbook page 42

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, November 6th

ELA: Practice book page 54

Math: workbook page 43

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, November 7th  

ELA: Practice book page 55

Math: Workbook page 44

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Thursday, November 8th

ELA: practice book page 56

Math: worksheet 45

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, November 9th

NO SCHOOL! 😊

 

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

October 29th– November 2nd, 2018

Happy Halloween week, parents! Things are about to get spooky fun in kindergarten this week!

This week the students will continue learning about friends in ELA. We will discuss things friends like to do together, and write about what we need to have fun with our friends.

In math, the students will be discussing positional words, such as above, below, left, right, in front of, and behind.

In Religion the students will be discovering the saints as we prepare for the celebration of All Saints Day

In Social Studies the students will be discussing how to resolve conflicts, as well as why rules are important.

In Science the students will be discovering just what is inside of a pumpkin!

Some upcoming events are:

The Halloween parade is Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.! Please feel free to come and see the students parade around in their costumes!

Our Halloween party will also be taking place on Wednesday.

Friday is First Friday Mass. Please feel free to join our school community for mass at 9 p.m.

Parents, Friday, November 2nd, is the Old-Fashioned Card Party! Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

 

This week’s homework

Monday, October 29th

ELA: Practice book page 47

Math: workbook page 40

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, October 30th

ELA: Practice book page 48

Math: workbook page 41

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, October 31st

NO HOMEWORK. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
BE SAFE 😊

 

Thursday, November 1st

ELA: practice book page 49

Math: worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, November 2nd

ELA: Practice book page 50

Math: Worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

October 15th-19th, 2018

Good afternoon parents! With the weather getting cooler and the students getting excited about Halloween, our studies will also continue to excite them!

This week the students will continue learning about families in ELA. Our books we read will have to do with the different aspects of families. Our writing will reflect these lessons. The students will also be taking their first spelling test! Words will be sent home on Monday. Please review and practice these words with your child every night.

In math, the students will be conclude analyzing the properties of shapes, as well as analyzing different patterns. There will be a math test next week. A review sheet will be sent home.

In Religion the students will be reflecting on how we can share God’s gifts.

In Social Studies the students will be learning about time lines.  

In Science the students will be conducting some spooky Halloween experiments, and discussing the role of engineers.

Some upcoming events are:

There is a bake sale on October 16th!

This week’s homework

Monday, October 15th

ELA: Practice book pg

Math: workbook pg 29

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, October 16th

ELA: Practice book

Math: workbook pg 30

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, October 17th

ELA: Practice book pg

Math: workbook pg 31

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Thursday, October 18th

ELA: Practice book pg

Math: workbook pg 32

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, October 19th

ELA: Practice book pg

Math: review sheet- Test next week!  

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

October 9th-12th, 2018

 

Good afternoon parents! We hope the students enjoyed their three day weekend, and are energized and ready for a week filled with learning!  

This week the students will continue learning about families in ELA. Our books we read will have to do with the different aspects of families. Our writing will reflect these lessons.

In math, the students will be continuing to discuss the properties of shapes, as well as analyzing different patterns.

In Religion the students will be reflecting on God’s gift of water, and how we can take care of water.

In Social Studies the students will be discussing how to resolve conflicts.

In Science the students will be concluding their in depth study of science tools!

Some upcoming events are

There is a bake sale on October 16th!
This week’s homework

Tuesday, October 9th

ELA: Practice book

Math: workbook pages 25-26

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Wednesday, October 10th

ELA: Practice book pg

Math: worksheet

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Thursday, October 11th

ELA: Practice book pg

Math: workbook page 27

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

Friday, October 12th

ELA: Worksheet

Math: workbook page 28

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

October 1st– October 5th, 2018

 

Good evening parents! The students had an exciting week filled with learning and discovery. The school participated in a Sky Dome Assembly where students were able to take a deep look at our Solar System, and learn fascinating information about space.

This week the students will begin learning about families in ELA. Our books we read will have to do with the different aspects of families. Our writing will reflect these lessons.

In math, the students will be discussing three dimensional shapes, such as cones, cubes, and spheres. They will be learning the different characteristics of each shape.

In Religion the students will be further reflecting on God’s gift of water.

In Social Studies the students will be deepening their knowledge of how people and families change over time.

In Science the students will be participating in their very first science lab!

 

Some upcoming events are:

 

Tuesday, October 2nd is N.U.T. (No Uniform Today) Day for grades K-7. If you would like to participate please send your child to school with $2.00

 

Friday, October 5th is First Friday Mass. Please feel free to join us at 9am mass as a school community.

Friday is also the Rosary Rally! The students will he honoring Mary our Mother during this special month of the Rosary.

 

This week’s homework

 

Monday, October 1st

ELA: Practice book Pg 21

Math: workbook page 20

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Tuesday, October 2nd

ELA: Practice book pg 22

Math: workbook page 21

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Wednesday, October 3rd

ELA: Practice book pg23-24

Math: workbook page 22

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Thursday, October 4th

ELA: Practice book pg 25

Math: workbook page 23

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Friday, October 5th

ELA:Worksheet

Math: workbook page 24

Read for 20 minutes with a grown up

 

Have a great week!

Ms. Edwards

 

September 24th-28th, 2018
Good evening parents! The students had an exciting week filled with learning and discovery. The school participated in a Sky Dome Assembly where students were able to take a deep look at our Solar System, and learn fascinating information about space.
This week the students will begin learning about families in ELA. Our books we read will have to do with the different aspects of families. Our writing will reflect these lessons.
In math, the students will be discussing three dimensional shapes, such as cones, cubes, and spheres. They will be learning the different characteristics of each shape.
In Religion the students will be further reflecting on God’s gift of water.
In Social Studies the students will be deepening their knowledge of how people and families change over time.
In Science the students will be participating in their very first science lab!
Some upcoming events are:
Tuesday, October 2nd is N.U.T. (No Uniform Today) Day for grades K-7. If you would like to participate please send your child to school with $2.00
Friday, October 5th is First Friday Mass. Please feel free to join us at 9am mass as a school community.
Friday is also the Rosary Rally! The students will he honoring Mary our Mother during this special month of the Rosary.
This week’s homework
Monday, October 1st
ELA: Practice book Pg 21
Math: workbook page 20
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Tuesday, October 2nd
ELA: Practice book pg 22
Math: workbook page 21
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Wednesday, October 3rd
ELA: Practice book pg23-24
Math: workbook page 22
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Thursday, October 4th
ELA: Practice book pg 25
Math: workbook page 23
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Friday, October 5th
ELA:Worksheet
Math: workbook page 24
Read for 20 minutes with a grown up
Have a great week!
Ms. Edwards 

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