Students and parents - please don't forget our International Day! We are collecting gift cards to area restaurants and shops for our room moms to turn into "Gift Card Wreaths." They are absolutely beautiful and will definitely bring in a lot of money at our silent auction!
Please check for adequate supplies of notebook paper, pencils, and erasers. Many students have to borrow these items on a daily basis.
There will be English Grammar review quizzes each Thursday! (ELA skills include punctuation, capitalization, parts of speech, sentence parts, and sentence types.) Reading : Vocab and comprehension quiz on Friday, May 1
Finding the Titanic by Dr. Robert D. Ballard vocabulary: shipwrecks - wrecked ships unsinkable - unable to be sunk voyage - a trip taken on a ship steward - a man who assists passengers on a ship iceberg - an enormous piece of floating ice distress - an unpleasant feeling of fear or worry survivor - someone who lives through a terrible ordeal wreckage - the remains of a shipwreck portholes - small, round windows on a ship monument - a marker used to remember an event or person
Spelling - week 31 words ("Soft" g sound) Test on Friday, May 1 ("G" followed by e, i, or y) gentle gem genuine fudge gently angel strange average gorgeous general ginger giant magic margin fragile garage gym gypsy hinge register
All agendas have been updated. Spelling lists for week 31 and 32 were distributed today, Friday, April 24.