Just a couple of things:
Those doing the Reading fair projects: the due date is November 27th. That is the Monday after Thanksgiving. Please make sure your projects are at school. All students who enter receive an extra credit grade of 100 in Reading.
Tuesday, November 14th – Common Assessment #2. Students may bring a water bottle, snack, gum or mints.
Please make sure you son/daughter is reading their 20 minutes every night! Very Important!!!
Students bring binders home on Wednesday’s for you to sign!
Thursday, November 16th – Make arrangement to pick up fundraising items students sold after school. Office staff will stay late.
Friday, November 17th – Read in! Students may bring a snack, water, gatorade, or juice, beach towel, and a small pillow.
Just wanted to share a message with everyone regarding school parties/invitations.
INTERMEDIATE campus has two school parties permitted during the year. Room mothers and teachers take care of the preparations. In regard to student birthdays, we would appreciate your understanding and support of our position. We cannot allow students to bring cookies, candy, etc. and distribute in their classroom. There are several reasons why this cannot be allowed. It becomes a competitive situation, which can get out of hand as well as being a disruption to class instruction. The same rule applies to invitation distribution at school or on school property. Please do not ask the teachers to make exceptions to this rule. Since many children can get hurt feelings, or the teacher may be out and a substitute fail to pass out the invitations, and we certainly respect your right to invite whom you choose, please send all invitations through the mail, social media or by telephone. Our teachers do recognize students’ birthdays, as we certainly understand how important this day is to your child. Student information lists will be completed by the teacher at the beginning of the year. Parent permission is required before the student’s information is released.
Report cards go home today! Also, their envelopes with the first 9 weeks work. Please sign and return both tomorrow. Keep the papers at home.
November 1st – Make arrangements – Early Release 12:00 for Intermediate
Hello Everyone! It’s so hard to believe October is here! Here are a few things for this week!
Wednesday, October 4th is an EARLY RELEASE day! Students will get out at 11:45. So make arrangements for your kiddos.
Journey’s story and test this week: The Power of WOW! Students are encouraged to take their books home and re-read the story with a parent before the test. However, this is an open book test.
Continue having your child read their 20 minutes every night, and completing their reading logs also.
There is no football game this week, along with no pep rally.
Have a great week everyone!
This week we are taking donations to help a school in Beaumont, Texas that lost everything due to the flood a few weeks ago. If possible, please $1.00. This will go towards supplies this school needs. Thank you in advance for your donations!
Wednesday – Students will bring home Winn Dixie Chapters 11-15 vocabulary words to study for a quiz on Thursday.
Please make sure your son/daughter reads 20 minutes every night. Reading logs are checked daily.
Have a great week!
School pictures this week! – Thursday, September 21st.
Students need to read every night for 20 minutes, fill out their reading logs, and get them signed daily, along with their planners!
Journey’s story this week – Once Upon A Cool Motorcycle Dude – Lesson 6 – Test Wednesday of this week – Students may bring their books to read the story if they would like. Test is OPEN BOOK!
Library this week on Thursday!
Please send field trip money tomorrow if you have not already. The cost if $5.00.
Students need to be reading every night at least 20 minutes. Look for their reading logs to sign and also don’t forget to sign their planners.
Every Wednesday student binders will go home so you can review their graded papers!
Be sure this week to have your child show you their reading logs. They need to read 20 minutes and then write a reader response to what they read. I check this daily. If it is signed, students earn a ticket.
Also, this week students will have a quiz over the story “Stormalong”, in their Journey’s books. The quiz will be Friday, September 8th. They are welcome to bring this book home and read the story with you!
Don’t forget the field trip September 12th. Please send $5.00 and the permission slip back to school if you have not already done so!
Hello Everyone! Just wanted to let you know tonight the students will be bringing home a book they chose to read. They need to be reading 20 minutes every night, and I would prefer to you. This will take place this week. Please be sure to sign their on the green line in the student planner. If it is signed the student receives a ticket! Next week students will start bringing home a reading log. More to come on that later!!
I also wanted to let you know next Tuesday, August 29th is parent orientation. It will begin at 6:00 p.m. and end at 7:00 p.m. You will not want to miss! We will be sharing a lot of important information.
Hello there parents and students!
I hope all of you have had a wonderful summer and you are ready for a great year!
I am so excited to welcome you to a new school year and to fourth grade! I look forward to meeting each of you at “Meet the Teacher!”, Tuesday, August 15th from 4:30-5:30.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. These last couple of months have gone by so quickly! I wanted to be sure you knew of a couple of important activities going on this week.
May 17th – Wednesday – 4th grade field day! Activities are on the football field. Parents are invited to watch the kids. Students may leave with parents AFTER field day is over at 11:30. If they are going home with another student, please make sure to send a note. See me after field day to sign your child out.
May 18th – Thursday – Splash Pad! 10:00 – 2:00 p.m. Students need to wear clothes they can get wet. Girls please wear a t-shirt over your swimsuit. Bring a sack lunch and extra money. The concession stand will be open. Students may leave with parents. Please see me to sign them out. If your son/daughter plans to stay the whole day please send extra clothes for them to change into. Also, don’t forget the sunscreen.
May 19th – Friday – 4th grade recorder concert – 9:00 a.m. Students need to wear a white oak shirt or black shirt, and jeans.
May 24th – Wednesday – 4th Grade Award ceremony – Ceremony begins at 8:30 a.m. Students may leave with parents after awards.
May 25th and 26th – Early release days – last day of school.
I want to thank you for giving me the opportunity to teach your son or daughter this year. I am so proud of each and everyone of them, and know there are great things in store for all of them. They have brought me joy everyday and I’m going to miss them! Also, I want to thank you for being such wonderful, supporting parents. I am very blessed! Have a wonderful summer.