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Monday, June 19:

  • There is no homework for the remainder of the school year. Students will be bringing books home a little bit each day. Textbooks will be collected in the classroom, so please make sure all of their textbooks are in school.
  • A note went home today regarding the end-of-year celebration party in class on Thursday. Thanks in advance for your donations of treats and drinks to this event!
  • The Honors Assembly is on Wednesday. I announced the names of all those who received honors in class today, so that they can inform you (the parents) that they’ll be getting a certificate on this day.
  • Report cards will go home on Thursday in their blue folder. They will be receiving summer packets this week as well.

Final Exam Schedule:
Monday, 6/12: ELA (Study Guide)
Tuesday, 6/13: Mathematics (Study Guide)
Wednesday, 6/14: Social Studies (Study Guide& Study Guide 2)
Thursday, 6/15: Science (Study Guide)
Friday, 6/16: Religion (Study Guide)
IMPORTANT:
Please make EVERY effort to be in school ON TIME. The school day promptly begins at 8:15 AM in the Auditorium and it is incredibly disruptive to our final exam schedule if students show up any later than 8:30 AM. Furthermore, students MUST be present for final exams this week and should only be absent if ABSOLUTELY necessary and due to an emergency or serious illness. Absent notes will be required for any student absent during a final exam. Make up exams will be quite difficult to administer during the week, as there are final exams scheduled for every single day.

Homework for 6/15:
– Religion worksheet
– Tomorrow is our LAST Final Exam
– Tomorrow is a HALF DAY — 11:45 AM dismissal
– Tonight will be the LAST night of homework for the school year

Homework for 6/14:
– Write the Our Father prayer in your ELA notebook to practice for Friday’s final
– In your?Science notebook, answer: What are the differences between a desert and a tundra habitat?
– Sci. final tomorrow, Religion final Fri.
– Friday is a half day of school (11:45 AM)

Homework for 6/13:
– Science worksheet
– In your SS notebook, write FIVE examples of wants and FIVE examples of needs. Be sure to label the lists as WANTS and NEEDS
– Study for Final Exams (Social Studies, Science, and Religion are remaining)

Homework for 6/12:
– Science worksheet
– Go Math pgs. 663-664
– In your SS notebook, write FIVE?examples of goods and FIVE?examples of services. Be sure to label the lists as GOODS and SERVICES.

Homework for 6/8:
+Backpack Page
+Write a paragraph about an imaginary monster using 5 of your Spelling words.
+ Science worksheet
+Spelling Challenge Fri. (last ever!)
+Final Exams begin week of June 12
+Reminder: Half day on Friday

Homework for 6/7:
+Backpack Page
+ Define (give the definitions of) the following 5 Spelling words: danger, strange, delay, weight, change
+ Science worksheet
+Spelling Challenge Fri. (last ever!)
+Final Exams begin week of June 12
+Reminder: Half day on Friday

Homework for 6/1:
+Backpack Page
+Math pg. 582
+ Write a fairy tale story that makes sense (from start to finish) using SIX of your spelling words. Be sure to underline each of the SIX words you use.
+Spelling Challenge tomorrow

Homework for 5/31:
+Backpack Page
+Math pgs. 575-576
+ Write a paragraph that makes sense about any topic/idea using SIX of your spelling words. Be sure to underline each of the SIX words you use.
+ Social Studies Quiz tomorrow on Lessons 1-3 in the Our Country Today unit (know the basics about local, state, and federal government)
+ Spelling Challenge on Friday
+ St.Teresa/St. Anthony Dress Down Fundraiser starts TOMORROW! Dress down ALL days in June (except 6/8 for Mass & 6/21 for the Honors Assembly) for $20 OR pay as you go – $2 per day. This dress down event is perfect for the hot, summer months! Refer to the dress down guidelines in the handbook for appropriate attire on upcoming hot, summer days.
+ Any students participating in the parish fundraiser CAN dress down tomorrow, despite the fact that we will be attending Mass (this is a calendar change). If you are not participating in the fundraiser, students should wear their full school uniform. Thank you!

Homework for 5/30:
Backpack page
Math pg. 574
Religion worksheet
Social Studies Quiz on Thursday (local, state, federal government)
Religion Assessment on Wednesday (Sessions 21 and 22)

Homework for 5/25:
ELA and Math worksheet
Math pgs. 569-570
Write 3 definitions for 3 words

Homework for 5/24:
Backpack Page
Math pgs. 563-564
Write 3 sentences with 3 of your words in ELA notebook
Measurement re-assessment on Friday

Homework for 5/22:
IMPORTANT:
Show up for the Spring Concert in the second grade classroom?AT?6PM and NO LATER THAN 6:30 PM. I will be working after school and the classroom will be locked until 6PM, so please do not show up earlier than this time, as there will not be an adult present. You are free to pick up your child after their performance or during intermission directly from the classroom. Thank you for your cooperation!
– Backpack Page
– Math pages 551-552
– Write correct, complete definitions for three of your Spelling words in ELA notebook (definition is the MEANING of the word)
– Reading Log due Friday
– Superkids Assessment tomorrow
– Math quiz on measurement on Wed.
– Field trip on Thursday
– Spelling Challenge quiz on Friday

Homework for 5/18:
– Backpack Page
– Science?worksheet
– Math pgs. 545-546
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Please bring in a 12 inch ruler to school?ASAP

Homework for 5/17:
– Backpack Page
– Science?worksheets (back and front)
– Math worksheet
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Spirit Week fee due NOW; Trip money due Friday, 5/19
– RULER DUE TOMORROW

Homework for 5/16:
– Backpack Page
– Science?worksheets (back and front)
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)

Homework for 5/15:
– Backpack Page
– Science?worksheets (back and front)
-?Math pg. 535
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Please bring in a 12 inch ruler to school by WEDNESDAY (if your child does not have one already).
– Spirit Week fee due NOW; Trip money due Friday, 5/19

Homework for 5/10:
– Backpack Page
– Reading Log will be due this week — read 15 minutes MINIMUM every night and complete the summary by Friday. Completed log is due FRIDAY.
– Religion worksheet
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Go Math, Telling Time, pages 525, 531, 532
– Spirit Week fee due Monday, 5/15; Trip money due Friday, 5/19

Homework for 5/10:
– Backpack Page
– Reading Log will be due this week — read 15 minutes MINIMUM every night and complete the summary by Friday. Completed log is due FRIDAY.
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Go Math, Telling Time, pages 526-527
– Math quiz on telling time to the hour/half-hour/5 minute increments/a.m. and p.m.?TOMORROW
– Spirit Week fee due Monday, 5/15; Trip money due Friday, 5/19

Homework for 5/9:
– Backpack Page
– Reading Log will be due this week — read 15 minutes MINIMUM every night and complete the summary by Friday. Completed log is due FRIDAY.
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Go Math, Telling Time, pages 519-520
-?Remember to sign and return ALL assessments the next day
– Math quiz on telling time to the hour/half-hour/5 minute increments/a.m. and p.m. on Thursday, May 11

Homework for 5/8:
– Backpack Page
– Reading Log will be due this week — read 15 minutes MINIMUM every night and complete the summary by Friday. Completed log is due FRIDAY.
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook — preferably keep all 12 sentences for the week on one sheet in the ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Go Math, Telling Time, pages 513-514
-?Remember to sign and return ALL assessments

Homework for 5/4:
– Backpack Page
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Math pgs. 507-508
– Return all assessments – have them signed by parent/guardian

Homework for 5/3:
– Backpack Page
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook (Spelling test Friday, as always)
– Cinco de Mayo worksheet
-?Study for Religion and Social Studies assessments (SS on Thursday; Religion on Friday)
– Return all assessments – have them signed by parent/guardian

Homework for 5/2:
– Backpack Page
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook
-?Grammar worksheet
-?Study for Religion and Social Studies assessments
– Return all assessments – have them signed by parent/guardian

Homework for 5/1:
– Backpack Page
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook
-?ELA/Math worksheet
-?Study for Religion and Social Studies assessments
– Return all assessments signed by parent/guardian

Homework for 4/27:

– Backpack Page
– Write another 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook
– Math quiz tomorrow on money (coins/dollar values/skip counting)
– Reading Log due tomorrow

Homework for 4/26:
– Backpack Page
-?Religion worksheet
– Superkids Unit 7 Assessment tomorrow
– Write another 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook
– Math quiz on Friday on money (coins/dollar values/skip counting)
– Reading Log due Friday

Homework for 4/25:
– Backpack Page
– Math pgs. 501-502
– Superkids Unit 7 Assessment this Thursday
– Write another 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook
– Math quiz on Friday on money (coins/dollar)
– Reading Log due Friday

Homework for 4/24:
– Backpack Page
– Math pgs. 495-496
– Superkids Unit 7 Assessment this Thursday
– Write 3 sentences with 3 of this week’s Spelling words in ELA notebook
– Math quiz on Friday on money (coins/dollar)
– Reading Log due Friday

Homework for?Easter break:
Please complete the Spring Break packet sent home on Monday, April 10. Pace the work throughout the vacation. Don’t wait until the last couple of days/weekend to do the work! That defeats the purpose of the packet, which is to exercise your brain daily since you won’t be in school everyday. Enjoy your vacation and have a blessed Easter! See you all on Monday, April 24th!

Homework for 4/10:
– Addition worksheet
– Subtraction worksheet
Easter celebration tomorrow: Please feel free to bring in treats for the class. There are 24 students. Candy, baked goods, and chips are all fine. Anything brought in will be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
– Spring packet will go home tomorrow. It is due back in school on Monday, April 24. Please make sure to check your child’s work and ensure that the packet is done neatly, completely, and according to the directions.

PLEASE NOTE:

  • A Spring Break packet will be given out to 2nd graders to be completed over Easter break. We will also have a small in-class Easter celebration on that Tuesday before we leave for break. Please let me know via e-mail or personal note if your child will be absent next Monday and/or Tuesday for any reason.
  • Any and all assessments must be signed and returned to school the next day. All assessments other than Superkids assessments will then be returned to you, so that you may keep them for your own files.

Homework for 4/6:
Backpack Page
Write correct, complete definitions for the last FOUR Spelling words in ELA notebook (Use a dictionary, please!)
GO Math pgs. 489-490
Reading log due?tomorrow
Spelling Challenge quiz tomorrow

Homework for 4/5:
Backpack Page
Write correct, complete definitions for FOUR more of your Spelling words in ELA notebook (Use a dictionary, please!)
ELA and Math worksheet (back/front)
Social Studies Assessment (Unit 1, Lessons 1-3)?tomorrow
Reading log due Friday
Spelling Challenge quiz on Friday

Homework for 4/4:
Backpack Page
Write correct, complete definitions for FOUR of your Spelling words in ELA notebook (Use a dictionary, please!)
ELA and Math worksheet (back/front)
Social Studies Assessment (Unit 1, Lessons 1-3) on Thursday
Reading log due Friday
Spelling Challenge quiz on Friday

Homework for 4/3:
Backpack Page
Go Math pgs. 483-484
ELA and Math worksheet (back/front)
Social Studies Assessment (Unit 1, Lessons 1-3) on Thursday
Reading log due Friday
Spelling Challenge quiz on Friday

Looking Ahead:

  • Lenten Mass on Tuesday, 4/4
  • Social Studies Assessment on Lessons 1-3 in Unit 1 on Thursday (rules, laws, community, vocabulary from Lessons 1-3)
  • Spring Break Packet will be sent home week of the 10th and will be due back on Monday, 4/24

Homework for 3/30:
– Backpack Page
– Write?your last 3 sentences with 3 memory words in ELA notebook
– ELA and Math worksheet (back/front)
– Reading log due tomorrow?(must be completed neatly, with the writing portion done in COMPLETE sentences)
– Spelling Challenge quiz?tomorrow

Homework for 3/29:
– Backpack Page
– Write another 3 sentences with 3 memory words in ELA notebook
– ELA and Math worksheet (back/front)
– Reading log due Friday
– Spelling Challenge quiz on Friday
– Superkids assessment tomorrow
– Answer in SS notebook: What kind of community do you want to live in when you grow up? Why? (5-6 sentences, please!)

Homework for 3/28:
– Backpack Page (read at home, keep at home)
– ELA and Math worksheet (back and front)
– Reading Log (fill out every night Mon. – Thurs., DUE ON FRIDAY)
– Coins were due today; 5 points off for each day late
– Superkids Assessment on ?Thursday
– Spelling Challenge (weekly quiz) on Friday
– Church on Wednesday for Stations of the Cross (full, proper uniform only; check the uniform rules if unsure about sock colors, belt colors, etc.)
– Report cards not picked up on Friday must be picked up in the office. All conferences have been scheduled for mornings this week and/or were completed on Friday. Conferences will not be held for parents who have outstanding balances.

Important:

  • Students must bring in a Ziploc bag of coins on Monday, labeled with their name. It must include 10 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, and 8 quarters.
  • Students will have their first Superkids assessment this coming Thursday. It will simply assess all they had learned in Level 5 (the blue Word Work book that they had worked in over the past year). This will help me determine what Superkids assessments can be given over the next month or two.
  • Their first official graded assessment (their weekly spelling quiz) is going home today with parents at report card conferences. If you did not attend conferences, these assessments will be sent home on Monday. Going forward, students will have a weekly Spelling Challenge every Friday, unless otherwise noted.

Homework for 3/27:
– Backpack Page 107
– ELA and Math worksheet (back and front)
– Reading Log (fill out every night Mon. – Thurs., DUE ON FRIDAY)
– Coins were due today; 5 points off for each day late; BRING TOMORROW
– Superkids Assessment on ?Thursday
– Spelling Challenge (weekly quiz) on Friday
– Church on Wednesday for Stations of the Cross (full, proper uniform only; check the uniform rules if unsure about sock colors, belt colors, etc.)
– Report cards not picked up on Friday must be picked up in the office. All conferences have been scheduled for mornings this week and/or were completed on Friday. Conferences will not be held for parents who have outstanding balances.

Homework for 3/23:
Please note:
Going forward, children in 2nd grade will write their homework, along with their morning journal, in a journal notebook. This will continue until issues with the planners are ironed out. Thank you.
– Backpack Page
– Write 6 sentences with the remaining 6 Memory words in ELA notebook
– Spelling Quiz tomorrow (study your words)
– Go Math pg. 476
– Bring in a Ziploc with 10 pennies, 10 dimes, 10 nickels, 8 quarters by Monday
– Parent conferences AND Half Day 11:45 AM dismissal tomorrow — the appointment form was due back today and appointment times will be sent home in your child’s folder today. All other parents will be accommodated as needed next week.

Homework for 3/22:
ELA:
-Backpack Page 105
-There will be a Spelling quiz on Friday in which students must spell all 12 weekly Memory words as well as write 3 complete sentences.
Math:
-Go Math Volume 2 pgs. 471 and 472
Due on Monday: A Ziploc bag with your child’s name on it with the following enclosed: 10 nickels, 10 pennies, 10 dimes, and 8 quarters for our Math unit on Money & Time.

Homework for 3/21:
ELA: Write 3 sentences using three different spelling words.
Backpack Page 103 (complete and return)
Backpack Page 104 (read and keep at home)
Science: Write 3 facts you learned about spring in your Science notebook.

3/20: We had a successful and eventful day today. As we ushered in the first day of spring, we also did a much-needed spring cleaning. This led me to address a few important things that all should know:

  • ALL?textbooks must be covered. Any textbooks not covered will be sent home this weekend to be covered. They can be covered with brown paper, book socks, or clear?Con-Tact paper.
  • Students should have at least TWO sharpened pencils with erasers every day. They must also have crayons and markers, much of which seems to be missing altogether, or was never brought in. If your child needs these materials replenished (and most of them do), I ask that you please send them in with crayons/markers this week.
  • Old books, notebooks, and projects were all sent home today. This will happen on a more regular basis going forward.
  • Students wrote their homework in their planners tonight. Planners should be signed by a parent/guardian every night.
  • Report card conferences are this Friday, March 24, from 3-7 PM. I will send a note home with more information soon.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Ms. Lobelle

3/19: I am very excited to be returning to OLCA after a long, difficult recovery following?surgery earlier this school year. I am even more excited to work with your children (many of whom I am quite familiar with!) as they prepare for the challenges that await them in 3rd grade.

For those that might not know me, I have been at OLCA for six years, having taught 1st grade for two years, as well as 2nd grade for three years. I entered the current school year as the 5th grade teacher, and will now be working in 2nd grade for the last trimester of the 2016-2017 school year. These next three months will be rigorous, and this?week will be a busy one. I will discuss and reinforce expectations as well as determine a plan for success for the class going forward. We will focus primarily on essential ELA and Mathematics skills, as well as prepare them for cursive handwriting, which is required in grades 3 and above.

They will also receive numerous assessments in both ELA and Mathematics over the next week, so that I can determine?their individual and group needs. Title I Literacy and Mathematics will continue as scheduled, as well as any other special courses (Gym, SPART, Music).

Please feel free to reach out to me via e-mail at?dlobelle@olcacademy.net if there is anything pressing that I should know about your child going forward. There will also be a schedule in place?for parent-teacher conferences this coming Friday, March 24th. Look out for information regarding that during the week.

Here’s to a successful third trimester, and a wonderful first day of Spring!
Ms. Lobelle

Good Afternoon,

Welcome Back! ?What a start to our week – a blizzard tomorrow so no school then and possibly Wednesday closed also. ?As a result, you will notice that the children received a larger volume of work in each subject. ?This should enable them to complete it tonight and tomorrow.

The spelling words and a reminder about the March Journal writing ideas are also listed below. ?Any questions, as usual please email at jryan@olcacademy.net . ?In the meantime, enjoy at least the one day off for the children as well as the rest of your day today.

Thanks,

Mr. Ryan

Homework Sheet for the Week of March 13 ? March 17

Monday
ELA – Continue writing in your Journals. ?Write sentences for ALL of your spelling words.

Math – Create 20 subtraction problems with regrouping. ?These should all be 3 digit numbers.

Science – Pick 5 of the vocabulary words that you learned last week with Ms. Ruby and write their definitions in your notebooks. ?Also draw a picture for each word.

Spelling Words for Week of 3/13/17 – 3/17/17

later, lazy, title, silent, tidy, giant, music, secret, student, paper, poem, total

Upcoming Exams:

3/17: Spelling Test

Reminders:

3/17- End of second trimester & St. Patricks Day party!

3/20- Dress Down $1

3/21- February Wall of Fame Celebration

3/24- Half day dismissal & Report card conferences 3-7

3/27- Volunteer Appreciation Day

3/31- Dress Down $1

March Journal Activities

*Writing Checklist: Did I give my journal a title? ?Did I indent my paragraph? ?Did I write more than five sentences? ?Did I proof my work for errors? ?Did I remember to use capitals and punctuation marks?

  • Tell about something you like to do during March.
  • If your pet could talk, what do you think it would say?
  • Write as many words as you can that rhyme with green.
  • You have a magic seed. ?Tell what happens.
  • Where would you go if you had a hot air balloon?
  • Write about where you would like to go on a family vacation.
  • Tell about an important person in history.
  • Make a list of 10 things that change in the spring.
  • Write about a magic carpet ride.
  • If you found a four-leaf clover, what would you wish for?
  • Tell about what you would do if you found a pot of gold.
  • Tell about the best place to go on the weekend.
  • Tell about your idea of a perfect day.
  • Tell about something you really need today.
  • Tell why books are important in your life.
  • Invent a new kind of sandwich. ?What would it be?
  • Tell about a time when you went grocery shopping with your mom or dad.
  • If you were an animal, what animal would you be?
  • What is the best birthday present you ever received?
  • What would it be like to be the tallest person in the world?
  • Tell about your favorite birthday present.
  • If you were to invent something, what would it be?

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Welcome Back from Break,

I hope everyone enjoyed the week off and were able to spend it with family and friends. ?This week March begins with Ash Wednesday when the children have mass at St. Teresa Church at 10am. Listed below are this week’s spelling words, upcoming exams and events, and the homework. ?The new topics for the children’s journals for March are also listed above the homework. ?The journals that I still have will be returned to the students by Wednesday so that they can begin to write about these new topics.

Please enjoy the rest of your day and week.

Thanks,

Mr. Ryan

This Weeks Spelling Words:

piece, peace, cheese, please, machine, sneeze, money, field, chief, believe, thief, police

Upcoming Exams:

3/1- Religion Test

3/3- Speblling Test

3/6- Social Studies Test

Reminders:

3/1 ?- Ash Wednesday – Mass at 10am – Free Dress Up

3/2 – $1 Dress Down

3/3 – Half day – 11:45 dismissal

 

March Journal Activities

*Writing Checklist: Did I give my journal a title? ?Did I indent my paragraph? ?Did I write more than five sentences? ?Did I proof my work for errors? ?Did I remember to use capitals and punctuation marks?

  • Tell about something you like to do during March.
  • If your pet could talk, what do you think it would say?
  • Write as many words as you can that rhyme with green.
  • You have a magic seed. ?Tell what happens.
  • Where would you go if you had a hot air balloon?
  • Write about where you would like to go on a family vacation.
  • Tell about an important person in history.
  • Make a list of 10 things that change in the spring.
  • Write about a magic carpet ride.
  • If you found a four-leaf clover, what would you wish for?
  • Tell about what you would do if you found a pot of gold.
  • Tell about the best place to go on the weekend.
  • Tell about your idea of a perfect day.
  • Tell about something you really need today.
  • Tell why books are important in your life.
  • Invent a new kind of sandwich. ?What would it be?
  • Tell about a time when you went grocery shopping with your mom or dad.
  • If you were an animal, what animal would you be?
  • What is the best birthday present you ever received?
  • What would it be like to be the tallest person in the world?
  • Tell about your favorite birthday present.
  • If you were to invent something, what would it be?

Homework Sheet for the Week of ? 2/27 ? 3/3

Monday:

ELA: Write sentences for the first 6 spelling words.

Math: Work pg. 432

Religion: Begin to study for the test on Wednesday on Sessions 18 and 19. ?I will ?be sending home a study guide tomorrow.

Social Studies: Write 5 sentences about what you like the most from what we learn in Social Studies from pgs. 256 – 259

Tuesday:

ELA: Write sentences for the remaining spelling words.

Backpack p.85

Math: Create and solve 5 three-digit subtraction problems that have regrouping in the tens and hundreds places.

Religion: ?Study for the test tomorrow on Sessions 18 and 19. ?Use the study guide in your folders. I’ve also attached the guide below.

Wednesday:

ELA: Backpack p. 86

You can begin writing in your Journals for March. ?Any other Journals that I still have I will return tomorrow.

Math: Workbook p. 443

Thursday:

ELA: Study for spelling test. ?Start writing in your Journals again for March.

Math: Pages p148 and p149 in the folder.

Social Studies – Immigrant Interview Project due Monday, 3/6

Friday:

ELA: Continue writing in your journals. ?I will collect them at the end of the coming week.

Social Studies: Complete the Immigrant Interview Report that’s due Monday. ?Read the article?”A Trip to the Immigration Museum” that is in your folders. ?We will have a short quiz on it on Monday.

Have a great weekend!

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Good Afternoo

I hope everyone’s weekend was good. ?Unfortunately, I was absent tonday due to an emergency with my son, however, I have updated the website with this week’s spelling words, exams, and events. I look forward to seeing the children tomorrow.

Thanks and have a great rest of your evening.

Mr. Ryan

This Weeks Spelling Words:

obey, they, change, strange, neighbor, way, weight, wait, eight, eighty, eighteen, weigh

Upcoming Exams:

2/14: 3 digit addition quiz

2/17: Spelling Test

Reminders:

OLCA Gives Back!

2/13: Blue and Gold Day for Catholic Charities

2/14: Pink and White Day for the American Cancer Society

2/15: Hoodies for the Trayvon Martin Foundation

2/16: Red for the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation

2/17: Purple for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Homework:

Homework for the Week of 2/13 ? 2/17

Monday: Assigned by substitute and found in the planners

Tuesday:

ELA – Write a paragraph of at least 5 sentences using 5 of your spelling words. ?The paragraph should be about one main topic. ?Be as creative and imaginative as you can and have fun with it.

Math – workbook pgs. 425 and 426

Wednesday:

ELA – Write another paragraph of at least 5 sentences using 5 different spelling words. ?Again this should be about one main idea but different from the one you wrote last night. ?They should also be equally as creative.

Math – make up 5 subtraction problems with no regrouping and 5 subtraction problems with regrouping in your notebooks and solve them. ?These should all be 3 digit numbers.

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Homework:

Monday:

ELA: Choose 6 of your Spelling Words and write a sentence for each in your ELA notebook.

Math: workbook pages 401 and 402

Religion: Worksheet (Unit 3: Show What You Know)

Social Studies: Finish working and finalizing your Immigrant Report. ?Feel free to be as creative as you wish! ?You may bring in pictures too, if you have them.

Tuesday:

ELA: Backpack Page

Math: workbook pages 407 and 408

Religion: Worksheet (Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist)

Social Studies: worksheet (Then/Now/Same Venn Diagram)

Wednesday:

ELA: Backpack Page

Math: workbook pages 413 and 414

Religion: study for your Test tomorrow. ?Use your study guide in your notebook.

Social Studies: Worksheet (Sojourner Truth)

Thursday:

ELA: Backpack Page / Study Spelling Words / Writing Journal due tomorrow

Math: workbook page 420

Religion: worksheet (Celebrate the Sacraments)

Social Studies: worksheet (Thurgood Marshall)

 


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