January 28, 2022
“Keep looking up. That’s the secret of life.”
- January 30th, Catholic Schools Week Mass at parish, 11:00 a.m.
- January 31st-February 4th, Catholic Schools Week
- February 4th, Friends & Family Mass, 9:30 at church
- February 17th-18th, Teacher In-Service (No School)
- February 21st, President’s Day (No School)
- The Unit 4 preassessment went home yesterday. This is their study guide for our math test on Wednesday. Please have your child work through this packet. It does not need to be turned in.
- We will not have regular homework and spelling due to Catholic Schools Week.
- Catholic School’s Week: A schedule went out earlier this week. Please refer to it for the free dress days.
- Snacks: We are in need of more pre-packaged snacks for the class. A few have been brought in but we can definitely use more. Thank you!
- Annual Fund: Thank you in advance for your support as we embrace 2022 doing our best to LOVE & SERVE Jesus and one another! CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK CLASS COMPETITION! Our annual fund class competition is back, and this year we are hosting this fun and friendly competition in conjunction with Catholic Schools Week! Every annual fund gift received by Friday, February 4, will be counted in the competition, including those we have already received. Our class is in first place! Thank you!!
Highlights from our Week:
- Math: In 4th grade, we worked on some difficult elapsed time story problems. We also began to review for our test. In 3rd grade, we continued learning about fractions. We compared and added fractions. We also began reviewing for our test.
- Religion: We began memorizing the Apostles’ Creed. To help us, we used sign language when we said it out loud. We also created a door poster for Catholic Schools Week. It goes with our school theme, “Born to Love and Serve in Thought, Action, and Word.” Our G-Prep helper, Miss Kailee, was amazing help with this project! See the picture above.
- Writing: We finished our second opinion essays. In grammar, we began our unit on pronouns. We had fun becoming pronoun detectives this week!
- Science: We continued our exploration of motion by doing an experiment with rolling cups on ramps. See the pictures above!
- Social Studies: We continued making our continent maps by placing all of the continents on them.
- Reading: For comprehension, we continued our study of non-fiction features. This week we looked at how labels and diagrams help us when we read. We also continued our novel studies.
- Technology: We did our reading MAP test this week. We are now finished with MAP testing for this round!