March 26th, 2018
- Our Walking fieldtrip to the Academy has been moved to Wednesday, March 28th at 12:45 p.m. Many of you have signed and returned the permission slip last week. I attached a new slip to homework packets for the kids that I don’t have slips from. If you did not send it back, please sign and return it ASAP so your child can attend. I need parents to walk with us. Let me know if you would like to come.
- Thank you for returning your fund run survival packets. If you have not returned it, please do so ASAP.
- Registration packets are in the office for you to pickup. They are due this Wednesday, March 28th.
- Please continue to collect Boxtops for Education. Thank you!
- Homework this Week:
- Math and Reading Logs
- Math Sheet
- Cursive Practice
- Spelling Words (Test Friday)
- Wednesday, March 28th, Walking Fieldtrip to Academy, 12:45 p.m. (Walk with us if you can!)
- Wednesday, March 28th, Registration Packets due
- Friday, March 30th, Stations of the Cross, 10:15
- Sunday, April 1st, Easter
- April 2nd through 6th, Spring Break
- Wednesday, April 18th, Fieldtrip to The Spokane House
- Thursday, April 26th, Easter Mass, 10:15
Math: We practiced telling time. We also began a unit on measurement. We learned about mass and weighing items in kilograms and grams.
Writing: We wrote letters to Pope Francis after reading the book, “Dear Pope Francis.” The Nazareth Guild is having a writing contest for those letters and our school is entering letters from each class in the contest.
Religion: We began learning about the importance of Holy Week, beginning with Palm Sunday.
Social Studies: We discovered how the fur trappers set up the Spokane House and were able to trade with the Spokane Natives. The Spokane House is where we will go in April on our field trip.
Science: Our expert groups shared their insect information with others. We learned about complete and incomplete metamorphosis. We also took a quiz on our insect learning after we did a review in class. Kanyon brought in a superworm and a darkling beetle which pupated from a superworm. It was fun to compare these insects to our own!