November 20-22

Hello everybody! This will be a short week. On Wednesday November 22nd we will be having a Thanksgiving lunch. We hope you can come and join us to give thanks for all the wonderful things in our lives. A message from our homeroom moms was sent last week to the fourth grade parents chat asking you for your contribution of Lps. 110.00 for the lunch. Please make sure you send this money no later than Tuesday so we can collect it, and give it to our helpful moms to coordinate and make the necessary arrangements to prepare this activity. Special thanks to Sandra Noguera and Josiana for helping us, we really appreciate your hard work and time invested in this.

We also want to share with you that we will have the honor to have an online  conference about Inclusion, hosted by Mrs. Georgette Pappas who is a specialist in special education and will be sharing her expertise with the students. This information will be very valuable for the children in order to use them for their presentations about inclusion in which they are going to be sharing with the school community this topic. The conference will take place this Tuesday 21 at 1:30 pm. Parents are welcome to join!

This week’s Activities

IXL Skills: None this week

Math: This week students will continue working in their math video tutorials to help our school communities. We will also be studying the standard algorithm to multiply two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers. (Students are required to bring their devices to work on their videos).

Reading:  In reading this week students will continue reading our class novel Out Of My Mind. We will also continue working in a variety of settings (independently, with partners, and in small group “book clubs”) to read and analyze the novel.

Writing: Students will be working on their descriptive essay about reasons why people immigrate to other countries, and write a descriptive essay explaining the causes and effects of human immigration using the writing process.

Spelling: No spelling lesson this week.

Grammar: This week in grammar we will continue working on possessive plural nouns.

Social Studies: This week we will continue to practice our play “First Stop: Ellis Island” as well as make connections between the play and the book we are studying. Students should be studying their parts at home so that they can have them memorized as soon as possible.  As mentioned above, we will be performing our play for an audience this Wednesday, November 22, and all parents are invited to attend. Ms. Karen’s class will perform at 11:00am, and then Ms. Dariela’s class at 11:25.  The play will last approximately 20 minutes.

Here are a few photos of immigrants and officials at Ellis Island, as well as some pictures of our performance last year, in case students need a little inspiration for their costume for the play (click to enlarge):

 

DIRECTOR´S NOTES

HONDURAN NATIONAL ELECTIONS THIS SUNDAY
In light of the upcoming national elections this Sunday, November 26, the administration team has met and discussed different scenarios that affect our school community.

1. A number of our families will be traveling not only for the Thanksgiving Holiday, and local families will be traveling to different locations in the country to cast their votes.

2. Even though we have been advised that these elections will take place in a tranquil and smooth nature, transportation from different parts of the country and within the city may be difficult for some.

3. Some families have already expressed their desire to keep their children at home the day after the elections for their peace of mind.

After weighing the pros and cons, the school administration has decided there will be no school on Monday, November 27, following the elections. Teachers have been instructed to make the necessary accommodations in their lesson plans so this does not in any way affect the content that needs to be covered in each subject area. Many of them will be posting online assignments for that Monday, which is why we encourage students, especially in the Middle and High School to check their blogs on Monday morning. Classes will resume as normal on Tuesday, November 28.

SONG FEST ON DECEMBER 8, 2017

As you all know, December is a very busy time of the year in the city. With all the road innovations going on, the traffic has become a major obstacle at all times, but especially after 4:00 pm, and even more so on Fridays. This is why the school has decided to change the time of our annual Song fest to the following:

The presentations from Early Childhood (grades Nursery, Pre-Kinder, Kindergarten and Grade 1) will take place at 8:30 a.m.

  • The presentations for Elementary and Secondary (grades 2-10) will take place at 1:30 p.m.
 Both presentations will take place in our school gym. The DPTO will be selling food at both times, as will the Senior class be selling drinks and the NPH community service club be selling desserts.
We hope this decision will be well received by our parents, and count on your support to make this event the success it has always been.

UPDATE FROM THE SEARCH COMMITTEE FOR THE NEW HEAD OF SCHOOL

The Board of Directors has contracted the services of Search Associates, a well-known and reputable search engine with whom the school has worked before in previous searches for the Head of School position at Discovery School. An ad has also been run in the local newspapers, instructing local aspirants to submit their resumes via Search Associates.
The Search Committee that has been commissioned by the Board of Directors (made up of Board members, the Academic Coordinators and parent representatives) has begun looking at several applications that have been sent by Search Associates, and has contacted two of the applicants for preliminary interviews this week. As it continues to receive applications, it will continue to determine who the best candidates are for interviews and further pursuit are.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Carolina Villarreal, the Board President.

MIDTERM PROGRESS REPORTS

Midterm Progress Reports went home last Friday. We ask parents to review them and send them back signed before the Thanksgiving Holiday. If you would like to meet with a teacher to discuss your child´s performance, please call the school to schedule an appointment. 

LANGUAGE ARTS FESTIVAL

Letters to the parents of the winners of the Spelling Bee, Ortografia, Speech and Oratoria competitions will go out this week. We need confirmation from the parents of the attendance of these students to the ABSH event in La Ceiba on February 10, 2018.
Coaches will be assigned this week, and will be meeting with students once a week to work with them in preparation for the competitions.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

BASKET OF GOODS FOR SUPPORT PERSONNEL
It is always the season to open our hearts and share with those around us that need it most. It has been a tradition at Discovery School for students to come together and contribute in assembling baskets of goods for our support personnel.  We are asking for your cooperation in sending the following:
4th grade and 11th grade students
3 lbs of spaghetti (six packages)
1 bag of coffee
Please feel free to send any additional goodies that you want to share with our devoted staff, such as canned goods, instant soups, cookies and crackers, or anything else that does not require refrigeration.  Please send these items no later than Friday, December 1. Your cooperation will be deeply appreciated. 

IMPORTANT DATES THIS MONTH

November 20
Bricks4Kidz 

November 21
Bake Sale 

November 23 & 24
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

November 27
NO SCHOOL

December 8
Song Fest

December 15 to
January 6
Winter Break-No School

January 5
Teachers Return to school

January 7
Students return to school

We are looking forward to another great week in Discovery Fourth Grade!  Thanks for stopping by to check in!  And be sure to check back later in the week as well for school-wide news and any updates that may have been made.

Ms. K & Ms. D

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Special Request to Parents

Dear Parents,

As you know the fourth graders just finished the read aloud of “Wonder” by: R.J. Palacio. This is a very educational and lovely non- fiction story that our children were very excited to read and learn about. We have had planned to take them on a field trip to the movie theater to watch the movie as soon as it comes out, which will be released this mid November. We do not know the exact date in which this movie will be launched in Honduras. The purpose of watching the movie is for the children to be able to compare and contrast the movie and the book as well. We want to kindly request that you DO NOT  take your child to the movies to watch it, because we would like to do it as a school activity and we do not want to spoil the excitement of watching it together. 

Once we have the exact date, we will be sending a permission slip with the details about this activity.

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

Ms. K and Ms. D


November 13-17

Hello!!! Welcome back to our Grade 4 blog, and a new week of fun and learning!

This Week’s Activities

IXL Skills: Math:                      Language Arts: B.12

Math: We will begin our week learning about some problem solving applications. Next we will be reviewing Chapter 3 concepts in preparation for a math exam scheduled for this Wednesday November 15. Make sure your child is practicing multiplication tables at home.  The website http://www.multiplication.com has lots of fun games that students can use to practice their facts! We will also continue with our multiplication unit and learning about estimating products and multiplying two and three digit number by one digit number.

Also, we will be working on a new project called Wolves Teaching Wolves. This project is about making a math video tutorial. This will help our school community. This project is also a contest. There will be 3 winners per class, the winners will post their videos at the Discovery School YouTube Channel. A topic will be assigned to each pair of kids. They will be working at school, students are required to bring their electronic devices.

Here is the planning document we will be working on.

https://docs.google.com/a/discoveryschool.edu.hn/document/d/1mzd7Iq0DNQ-jNkr4DS7XFgs5x_q-OeR4ExP1SNjeQOA/edit?usp=sharing 

Reading:  In reading this week we will continue reading our class novel Out of My Mind, We will also be learning about context clues. This is a new strategy to boost the level of critical thinking and comprehension of our kids.

Writing:   In writing this week w will be integrating our social studies unit about immigration. Students will be doing some research in the internet and books about reasons why people immigrate to other countries, and write a descriptive essay explaining about the causes and effects of human immigration using the writing process.

Spelling: This week we will continue using vocabulary words from our class novel Wonder  along with our Social Studies unit IMMIGRATION and some Math vocabulary words.  Each week the students will get their words on MONDAY, they must turn in one of the activities by Wednesday. They will have the rest of the week to complete their assignments from the spelling menu. All the activities are due on Thursday, right before the Spelling Test.

Grammar: This week in grammar we will be focusing on possessive plural nouns.

Social Studies This week we will continue learning on  how immigration has affected their personal lives and trends in immigration in the past and present.

Have a great week!

Ms. K and Ms. Dariela

November 6-10

Hello everyone!  Thank you for taking the time to check in for important updates on our Discovery community.

Reminders:

-This Tuesday November 7th, at 11:45 p.m.,  our Counselor Ms. Marilis Zambrana will be visiting our class and be giving the students a talk about RESPECT. Parents are welcome to join!

-The internal Spelling Bee and Speech competition is this Friday, November 10. We will send the list home today for our students to practice at home.

Great News! Spelling city has been reactivated. Our school just bought the Premium account. Now our students will have unlimited access to games and activities. The username and password will be the same as the IXL. Check it out!!

This Week’s Activities

IXL:  Math:  G.1             Language: B.12

Math: This week we will be focusing on special quotients in basic division facts as well as problem solving and solving algebraic equations using multiplication and division.  Students should be practicing multiplication and division facts on a regular basis at home to increase speed and fluency.  Flash cards, IXL, and multiplication.com are great resources to help students practice.

Reading: We are continuing to read and discuss our class novel

Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper.  Students are really enjoying this book, and we are having some great discussions about what life is like for people with disabilities. For read- Aloud time Mrs. Cristiana has been reading to us the fabulous novel Wonder by, R. J. Palacio. Sadly we will finish this novel this week. On the other hand students are very excited to go and watch the movie that is coming up this November; our plan is to do a field trip to the movies. This way students will have the opportunity of comparing and contrasting the events in both scenarios.

Writing: In writing our students are working very hard on their speech about inclusion. If for any reason they do not finish their class work, they will take their assignment as to be continued and be finished at home.

Grammar: This week we will be focusing on possessive nouns.

Spelling:  This week we will continue using vocabulary words from read aloud novel Wonder. We will also include some vocabulary from our new Social Studies unit IMMIGRATION along with Math vocabulary words.  Each week the students will get their words on MONDAY, they must turn in one of the activities by Wednesday. They will have the rest of the week to complete their assignments from the spelling menu. All the activities are due on Thursday, right before the Spelling Test.

Social Studies: This week in social studies we will discover how immigration has affected their personal lives, immigration trends in the present and the past and their causes. Students will receive a homework assignment today that is due on Friday, in which they must collaborate with parents and/or grandparents and discuss the members of their family, past or present, who have immigrated to different countries.  Students are required to talk with a family member in order to complete this assignment.

Have a great week!!!

Ms. K and Ms. D

 

October 30-November 3

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It is unbelievable to be already saying goodbye to October. Welcome November!!! Thank you to all the parents for your cooperation on setting everything up for the UN Day celebration. Our students had a blast and learned a lot about the different cultures represented in our school community.

This week’s Activities

IXL Language Arts: B.8

Math: This week we will continue focusing on multiplication and division skills along with a new strategy when solving word problems. Students should be practicing multiplication and division facts on a regular basis at home to increase speed and fluency.  Flash cards, IXL, and multiplication.com are great resources to help students practice.

Reading: This week we will continue reading our new class novel Out of My Mind  by Sharon Draper. The students will identify character traits and practice summarizing as part of their daily homework.

Writing:  The students will begin drafting a speech based on the topic “Inclusion”. More details will be given in the classroom.

Grammar: Students will identify and use the different plural forms for nouns.

Spelling:  This week we will continue using vocabulary words from read aloud novel Wonder. We will also include some vocabulary from our new Social Studies unit IMMIGRATION along with Math vocabulary words.  Each week the students will get their words on MONDAY, they must turn in one of the activities by Wednesday. They will have the rest of the week to complete their assignments from the spelling menu. All the activities are due on Thursday, right before the Spelling Test.

Social Studies: We will begin our Immigration unit. The students will watch a UN video on the issues faced by people who migrate.

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Tomorrow is our highly -awaited BOOK CHARACTER DAY.

Our students are very excited to present their costumes and to share about the books they read. Please make sure that your child brings the book to school. Also we would like to have a special snack for the children. We would organize it as a Potluck, so please send in something to share for 10.

Parents are welcome to join us!

Thank you!

Ms. K and Ms. D

October 23-27

Welcome back to Discovery School Fourth Grade! We want to start by thanking all the parents and students for coming to the student led conferences this past Friday. It was a delight see our kids presenting the parents their works done in class and explaining their student goal setting. Well done guys!

This week’s Activities

IXL: Math:  E.1 and E.2 Language: B.6

Math: This week in math we are going to study will continue to focus on multiplication and division skills along with a new strategy when solving word problems. Students should be practicing multiplication and division facts on a regular basis at home to increase speed and fluency.  Flash cards, IXL, and multiplication.com are great resources to help students practice.

Reading: This week we are going to start reading our new class novel Out of My Mind  by Sharon Draper. The students will be making observations on the main character of the novel and the story as well.

Writing:  In writing, we are going to be working on descriptive writing pieces in which students will be describing the main character “Auggie” of the novel Wonder using descriptive language to make ideas and details interesting throughout the writing process.

Grammar: Students will identify and use the different plural forms for nouns.

Spelling:  This week we will continue using vocabulary words from read aloud novel Wonder. We will also include some vocabulary from our Motion and Design unit along with Math vocabulary words.  Each week the students will get their words on MONDAY, they must turn in one of the activities by Wednesday. They will have the rest of the week to complete their assignments from the spelling menu. All the activities are due on Thursday, right before the Spelling Test.

Science: In Science this week we will be wrapping up our “Motion and Design” unit. Students will be part of a famous engineering design team. They must create their own Out-of-this-world vehicle.

DS WOLVES @ ABSH MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL

Ms.Norma, Ms. Pamela, Ms. Soraya, Mr. Cesar and Ms. Gaby accompanied our choir, jazz band and a group of talented artists last weekend to San Pedro Sula for the annual ABSH Music and Art Festival. As always, Discovery School had a remarkable presentation.
We congratulate our teachers, staff, parents and most of all students for their hard work and dedication.

The results we obtained are listed below: 

EARLY CHILDHOOD & ELEMENTARY

BOOK CHARACTER DAY

In keeping with Discovery School tradition, students in the Early Childhood and Elementary (grades Nursery-5) will be dressing up as their favorite book character on Tuesday, October 31.
We ask for our parents’ collaboration in helping their child choose a character from a book that was a book before a movie or TV show, and to avoid using extremely scary costumes.
The third, fourth and fifth graders will host a live interactive museum for grades Nursery to 2nd from 8:50 to 9:40 a.m. on that day. 

U.N. DAY – DPTO NEWS

Thank you to all the parents who have come forth to participate in the traditional UN DAY Celebration that will take place on Friday, October 27.
Our tentative schedule is as follows:
8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Set up for parents (students remain in class)
9:30 a.m.
Welcome and Typical Outfits´Fashion Show
10:00-11:30 a.m. 
Tour Around de World 

Students are dismissed at 11:45 a.m. 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

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FUNDACION ABRIGO provides lodging for families from outside Tegucigalpa who bring patients to Hospital Escuela. Discovery School has been a partner in solidarity with Fundacion Abrigo for the past years. We are asking for a donation of 1 gallon of disinfectant.

Please send us your donation per family by Tuesday, October 31.

IMPORTANT DATES THIS MONTH

October 25 – 29
AASCA Basketball – Guatemala

October 27
UN Day Celebration
Early Dismissal (P.M. Schedule)
(A.M. Schedule)

October 31
Book Character Day Early Childhood & Elementary

  Have a great week!

Ms. K & Ms. Dariela

October 16-20

Welcome back!  Thanks for checking in with us!  Just a reminder: this Friday, there will be no classes, due to Student-Led Parent Conferences.  Notes will go home today Monday with your scheduled time.  If you need to reschedule a different time, please contact your child’s teacher. These conferences are mandatory, and will need to be attended  in order to receive your child’s first quarter report card. There are no regular classes that day, but students are expected to come with their parents to lead the conferences. 

***This Tuesday October 31st  is our annual book character day, in which our students come dressed as their favorite book character. They should bring the book as well to present it to the lower elementary students in a wax museum that is going to happen during the second period in our classroom. Parents are welcome to come and watch this event. 

These week´s activities

IXL: Math– D.2         Language Arts– B.4

Math: For math this week, we will be investigating further the meanings of multiplication, and how it can be applied in the real world to solve problems.  We’ll be discussing factors and multiples as well.

Reading: This week we are going to start reading our new class novel Out of My Mind  by Sharon Draper. The students will be making observations on the main character of the novel and the story as well.

Writing: This week our students will continue working on a free descriptive narratives. By the end of the week they will be ready to present it to the rest of the class using the author’s chair.

Spelling: This week we will continue using vocabulary words from read aloud  novel Wonder. We will also include some vocabulary from our Motion and Design unit along with Math vocabulary words.  Each week the students will get their words on MONDAY, they must turn in one of the activities by Wednesday. They will have the rest of the week to complete their assignments from the spelling menu. All the activities are due on Thursday, right before the Spelling Test.

Grammar: This week we will learn to identify and name nouns. Also to distinguish between common and proper nouns.

Science: In science we are going to study kinetic energy and the effect of rubber band energy. We will also be focusing on how friction affects the movement of a vehicle, and how to adapt vehicle designs in order to account for it.

Happy Week!

Ms. K and Ms. Dariela

October 9-13

Welcome back grade four community!! We hope you had a restful and relaxing Morazánica week! It is time to go back on track full of energy. This is a full week and with a lot of fun activities planned for all our classes.

As every year in our school we celebrate ¨Book Character day¨,  for this reason, we encourage our students to start planing the costume they will be using to represent the character from their favorite book they had read before or from any other new novel we are reading in fourth grade. It is extremely important to keep in mind that this is not a Halloween celebration, it is simply an activity in which students have the opportunity to represent their favorite character and show their reading and communication skills. We would also like to remind parents to please use your creativity and use as many things as you might have at home that you can handmade the costume. We will be posting in the following  blog the exact day in which we will be holding this activity. A wax museum will be created by the students where they will have the chance to act like a talking statue and be able to talk about their character to the visitors we will have in class that period. Parents are welcome to come and  visit our museum.

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We are very happy to celebrate the birthday of 

our lovely Luca during lunch time!! We wish you the best in this new year in your life!

This Week´s Activities

IXL Skills: Math:    G.1                                 Language: D.9

Math: In math this week we will continue working with “variables”  to write expressions to represent a problem. We also will be solving addition and subtraction equations.

Reading/Writing: In reading students will publish and be presenting their “Comic book” report to the class and younger students as well. In writing students will be introduced to our next trait of writing “Voice”.

Grammar: This week we will be focusing in identifying   the correct form of plural nouns.

Spelling: This week we will continue using more vocabulary words from our novel Stone Fox. We will also include some vocabulary from our Motion and Design unit.  Each week the students will get their words on MONDAY, they must turn in one of the activities by Wednesday. They will have the rest of the week to complete their assignments from the spelling menu. All the activities are due on Friday, right before the Spelling Test.

Science: In science this week we will be studying more concepts used in  Motion and design and the different forces that help a vehicle move.

Have a great week,

Ms. K and Ms. Dariela

 

 

October 2-3


October is here!!! Welcome grade four community to one more month of learning and fun! This is going to be a very short week due to the Honduran government has established the October Holiday for Oct 4-7, as stated in our School Calendar.

We hope you had a great and relaxing weekend. We would like to start by giving you a reminder that this week our students will have their last Map test. Fourth A students on Monday 2nd at 10:05-11:20  and fourth B students will have it the same day at 11:40-12:55 . Please take note of this to make sure your child comes to school that day and doesn’t miss the test.

NO IXL skills this week!!!

Math: In math, we’ll be introducing pre-algebra skills; students will be learning about “variables” and how they work in mathematical expressions, so that they will be able to write expressions to represent a problem.

Reading/Writing: Our students have been working very hard these past days on their comic-book report of our class novel Stone Fox. Students will continue drafting their book using both class periods in order to advance as much as they can to be ready to present it to the younger elementary students.

Spelling: No spelling class this week, due to the fact that this is a short week.

Grammar: Students will be working on their interactive notebooks by filling in the Subject and Predicate “Jars”.

Science: We will continue our investigations into force and motion, and the types of energy that contribute to the movement of an object.  Students will begin designing vehicles using simple materials in order to make them move.

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THIS IS THE LAST WEEK…

omgOctober 9 is the  due date to purchase your books online.

We highly encourage parents to help develop the habit of reading in  children by collaborating and purchasing books. It is completely beneficial for our children to read as much as they can in order to become better readers and knowledgeable as well.   Also remember that with your purchase, our library will accumulate points to redeem more books for the benefit of your children in our school. Do not miss this chance!!

The UN Day celebration is near.  This school tradition is not possible without your help. It is free to participate; your country will be given a cultural table that you can set up as you like. There is a handbook available (attached in this email) to help you prepare.  If you can’t do it by yourself, let us know: we are here to help.  We have already contacted many of you about your involvement; if you have not heard from us and want to participate, please let us know.

For questions and comments, write to us at dptowolves@gmail.com

Thank you and see you there!

Have a fun and safe long weekend!

Ms. K and Ms. Dariela

 

September 25-29

Hello everybody!!! We hope you had a great and relaxing weekend. We would like to start by giving you a reminder that this week our students will have their Map tests. Fourth A and B students will have their reading test on  Monday 25th  and Language test on Wednesday 27th. Please take note of this to make sure your child comes to school that day and doesn’t miss the test.

MATH IXL:  M.4, C.4 LANGUAGE IXL:  D/9

This Week’s Activities

Math: This week we’ll be working on sharpening our addition and subtraction skills with large numbers and money using the standard algorithm, along with practicing problem-solving skills.

Reading:  In reading  students will be continue working in their final comic book report on our class novel Stone Fox and be ready to present their projects to the class and younger students this week.

Writing:  In writing this week the students will be taught on how to use transition words in a paragraph. We will also be working on a new trait for writing (Voice) using The Three Bears by Paul Galdone as a mentor text; students will write a letter to Goldilocks using an appropriate voice.

Grammar:  We will continue working on subject and predicate of a sentence.

Spelling:  This week we will continue using more vocabulary words from our novel Stone Fox. We will also include some vocabulary from our Motion and Design unit.  Each week the students will get their words on MONDAY, they must turn in one of the activities by Wednesday. They will have the rest of the week to complete their assignments from the spelling menu. All the activities are due on Friday, right before the Spelling Test.

Science: We will continue our investigations into force and motion, and the types of energy that contribute to the movement of an object.  Students will begin designing vehicles using simple materials in order to make them move.

 

DIRECTOR´S NOTES

Our MAP continues this week. Due to technical problems at NWEA (the MAP host server) some of our grades will have to take their Math assessments at the end of the scheduled sessions, on Friday, September 29, Monday October 2 and Tuesday October 3. MAP results, along with a guide explaining them and a goal setting sheet completed by each student, will be shared with parents at the first quarter conferences in October. 

Discovery School
Updated MAP Testing Schedule
Fall 2017

This Friday is an early dismissal day for our students due to staff professional development. Students will be released at 11:45 a.m. after following an A.M. Schedule for the morning. 

DPTO NEWS

The DPTO has begun working towards the United Nations Celebration that will take place on Friday, October 27. Parents from our varied nationalities will be contacted in the next couple of days. Please support the DPTO in innovating this trademark school event and in making it a memorable experience for our students.

If you would like to represent your county or culture, please contact Ms. Gaby Chavez at dswolves@discoveryschool.edu.hn or Maria Paz Fiumara (DPTO Preseindet)  at hudson.mp@gmail.com

FROM THE COUNSELOR

Scholastic News: Scholastic Book Club leaflets will be given out this week. This is an optional activity offered by the school, because we know you want to motivate your child to read at home.  With your purchase, our library will accumulate points to redeem more books for the benefit of your children in our school.  The due date to purchase the books online isOctober 9. The books will arrive to the school in one single delivery, and we will distribute them to the students according to their orders, approximately three weeks after the purchase due date.

IMPORTANT DATES THIS MONTH

Friday, September  29
Early Dismissal @ 11:45 a.m.
(A.M. Schedule) 

Monday and Tuesday,
October 2 & 3
MAP Testing make up grades

October 4-8
Semana Morazanica —Holiday

October 20
Student Led Conferences– No School

October 27
UN Day Celebration
Early Dismissal (P.M. Schedule)
(A.M. Schedule)

Have a great week,

Ms. K and Ms.Dariela