Happy Autumn, Rosebank families! It’s our 5th week of school and almost October, can you believe it? Last week, we completed most of our beginning of year assessments. Students did their best and worked hard! We also took our mid-module math test which will be sent home this Friday with the Weekly Progress Report. If your child needs more practice with rounding or is having trouble, please check out my new video on the Math Resources page. Please let me know other areas your child is struggling in at home and I will try to find resources to help. Also being sent home this week: your child’s STAR/AR reading level range and info on Accelerated Reader Program.
Upcoming Parent Conferences Oct. 30-Nov. 6 – Click on image above to see the Conference Schedule so far. Thanks to those who signed up at Back to School Night. If you haven’t, please email me at email@example.com your three preferred days/times on the schedule. A confirmation/reminder email or note will be sent soon. Thank you.
This week’s Learnings
Math- Multi-Step Word Problems, review past lessons, our Module 1 Post-test is next week!
Shared Reading – The Lightning Thief themes, character traits, point of view
Guided Reading – launch groups and rotations
Writing – Informative/Explanatory Comparison Essay writing process: Saltwater and Freshwater Ecosystems
Social Studies – California Native Americans
Science – Ecosystems Group Project
PE – continue 4-square
Speaking and Listening – I will stand and speak using a clear, loud voice.
Core Value/Common Courtesy – Responsibility, “Excuse Me.”
Swimming – begins next week 10/6. Please make sure your child has: swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, shower shoes/slippers, plastic bag for wet clothes, toiletries such as hairbrush, shampoo/conditioner, soap, deodorant, lotion, etc. (optional but recommended). Please have your child wear their swim clothes to school underneath their regular clothes. Students may bring a separate bag or backpack for their Swim Stuff. I also have spare backpacks in the classroom to give away.
New Traffic Patterns – Please be aware that Rosebank is currently working with the Chula Vista Police Dept. to keep everyone safe at pick-up times. Be patient, be alert, obey all traffic rules, and be good role models for our kids. Thank you for your support.
Turn in pink lunch applications ASAP. Our goal is 100% so all Rosebank students can get free breakfast and lunch! Please let me know if you need a new application.
Thank you to Ricardo Vera’s family for their donations of classroom supplies last week!
Parents, Thank you for your wonderful children. You have done and are doing a fabulous job raising them. They are lovely, bright, enthusiastic, positive, hard-working, intelligent, caring creatures, and I am blessed to get to know them better everyday!
Enjoy your week, my awesome Panthers! ~ Mrs. King 🙂