Week 26: Working on Projects

Top of the morning, parents!  I hope this post finds you and your loved ones well.

Weekly Progress Report – Please take a look at your child’s reports and sign.  If your child has behavior slips, please speak with them about how they can improve and what Core Values they need to practice.  I’ve had many talks with the class this week regarding Respect, Responsibility, Self-Control, specifically with inappropriate actions at school.  Thank you for continuing the discussion at home. 

Conferences – March 23-26. Thank you for signing up for Student-Led Conferences.  Please see the Conference Schedule if you have forgotten your day and time.  If anything changes, please contact me right away so we can reschedule.

Minimum Days – Reminder that minimum days begin Thurs. March 19 all the way to March 27.  4th grade dismisses at 1:45 starting this Thurs.

California History Project – Students should have received their drafts back yesterday and should now be working on rewriting with corrections and improvements.  The Final Draft is due Wed. March 18 (typed or written neatly).  I also suggest students to begin working on their visual (presentation board, shoebox diorama, or powerpoint) THIS WEEKEND.  Remember that presentations will take place March 23-26.  I will send home your child’s assigned Presentation Day on Monday.  Next week, we will have time in class to work on our projects, but most of the work should be done at home.  Students doing a powerpoint can bring a flash drive so they can work on their powerpoint at school and home.  Thank you for helping your child strive for excellence on their projects!

Substitute – I will be out of the classroom Thursday and Friday for an education conference out of town.  Mrs. Kawamoto will be my sub.

Spring Break – March 30-April 3.  School resumes Mon. April 6.  I will not be assigning homework during break, as a result of the poll.  Hooray!  Students may work on Achieve and IXL at home if you and they choose.  Pleasure-reading and reviewing multiplication and division is also highly recommended.  Other than that, relax and enjoy your break! 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Tuesday! Enjoy your week! ~ Mrs. King 🙂

 

 

 

 

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