It is hard to believe that we have gotten to the end of this school year. It is difficult for me to say good bye to my group each year, especially when we have created a good bond among each of us. We have gone through so many experiences and adventures that have made us better people. We have learned from each other in so many ways. It is so easy to get to love you and so hard to let you go. I hope you remember me as someone who was always willing to lend you a hand and give you good advice, in addition to all the academic knowledge we acquired in class. You guys have been great in so many ways. It has been an honor to be part of your lives for a short amount of time. You brought out the best in me as a teacher and a person as well. I hope you have a restful and fun vacation and I hope that we will meet again (here in school) or any other part in the world! Who knows…?
Parents, thank you for all your support and understanding this year, you have wonderful kids! Good luck everyone!
This Week’s Activities:
IXL: None YAY!! =)
MATH SUMMER PRACTICE: THIS IS AN ONLINE BOOKLET WITH SOME MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION PRACTICE FOR THE STUDENTS WHO WANT TO PRACTICE OVER THE SUMMER AND MASTER THESE FACTS AND OTHER TOPICS LEARNED IN CLASS. FEEL FREE TO DOWNLOAD IT.
FLY-UP DAY – The elementary students will be visiting the grade they will be promoted to. The purpose of this event is to give our students an idea of what is in store for them as they enter the next grade. Our students will visit a classroom at the next grade level for an overview of that grade level and a question/answer period.
June 4- FAREWELL PARTY- Our end Farewell celebration celebration is this Tuesday June 4 in our school campus at 9:30 a.m. Our moms Britt Crose and Vanessa Rosa are kindly organizing this party. The idea is to make a potluck, so stay tune for more information in the fourth grade chat .
Math: In math the students will have a Cumulative Math Review using a series of fun games in which they will be able to interpret and make line graphs, locate and graph ordered pairs on a coordinate grid, and demonstrate all the math concepts taught throughout the year.
Reading: In reading this week, the students will be finishing reading our read out loud novel Auggie & Me.
Writing: In writing class this week, the students will be presenting their sound and light waves informative booklet on the author’s chairs.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:
2. If you need transcripts for your child, please contact Ms. Carolina Matute to fill out a request form.
3. End of the year documentation (i.e. report cards, transcripts, MAP results, school supplies) will be ready on Friday, June 14.
4. The school will remain open all summer, with an 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and there will always be an administrator available.
This is it!!!
Good luck in fifth grade wherever you go! You all shine!