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Announcements

Week of Oct 23  

Announcements

  • 10/23/2017 - PTA meeting with Trail of Treats and K-6 costume contest 5:30-7:00 pm

  • 10/24/2017 - celebrate Red Ribbon & being drug free - Wear red

  • 10/25/2017 - My future is too bright for drugs - Wear neon (bright colors); Also Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Awareness Day (wear Teal)

  • 10/26/2017 - Sock it to drugs - Wear crazy/silly socks

  • 10/28/2017 - Fall Festival 10-4 pm in rear of school

  • 10/31/2017 - Students can wear costume, but NO masks or violent themes

  • 11/9/2017 - 1/2 Day

  • 11/10/2017 - Veterans Day (NO School)


Miss Johnson – Math

  • The Topic 9 test will be on Thursday or Friday, depending on when students are ready. The practice test can be found on pages 246-247.

 

  • The homework for the week is to practice for the timed tests. 11 and 12 facts are on the timed tests this semester.

 

  • The timed tests given each week can be printed from my CES website. For now we will continue with multiplication questions

 

http://ces.madisoncity.k12.al.us/?PageName=TeacherPage&Page=5&StaffID=206077&iSection=Teachers&CorrespondingID=206077

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 2 Week 4 (We will cover this week for two weeks)

 

Genre: Folktale

Comprehension Strategy: make predictions

Comprehension Skill: theme

Vocabulary Strategy: personification

Writing: sequence

Grammar: possessive nouns

Vocabulary Words: assuring, detected, emerging, gratitude, guidance, outcome, previous, pursuit

 

We are reading the book Wonders and will continue this week.

 

*Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

No language IXL this week.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

  • We will continue implementing the scientific method into our lessons as we move onto Matter and Mass.

  • Students will continue using the steps of the scientific method in a science experiment.

  • All students have been added to their classes on STEMscopes and have received their usernames and passwords. Homework will be assigned from time to time using STEMscopes. This is also a great time for parents to see what their students are learning in the classroom.

  • STEMSCOPES: all students usernames are in the same format mcs(first name,middle initial, last initial) for example mcssydneynr all password for all is welcome1

  • I have moved the test dates Friday 10/27/17 is due on Tuesday 10/31/17 this gives them 4 days to complete the test. It will still be a test they can complete at home.

  • We will be conducting a few investigations this week students are asked to bring in the following materials.

    • 1 bag of gummy candy

    • 1 plain chocolate bar

    • 1 personal bottle of sweet ice tea

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

-We have ordered the Studies Weekly Newspapers they should be here after the fall break.

- Students will spend the next week working on their native American oral project,  these projects will be done in class and are due this Friday 10/27/17. Studies Weekly’s are in so you will start to see grades for those as well.

 


Week of Oct 16  

Announcements

  • Oct 23 - PTA meeting and Trail of Treats

 

Red Ribbon Week

  • Tues, Oct.24th - celebrate Red Ribbon & being drug free - Wear red

  • Wed, Oct.25th - My future is too bright for drugs - Wear neon (bright colors); Also Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Awareness Day (wear Teal)

  • Thurs, Oct.26th - Sock it to drugs - Wear crazy/silly socks

 

  • Oct 28 - Fall Festival

Miss Johnson – Math

  • We will continue with Topic 9.

    • Focus skills: least common multiples, and adding/subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

 

  • The timed tests given each week can be printed from my CES website. For now we will continue with multiplication questions

 

http://ces.madisoncity.k12.al.us/?PageName=TeacherPage&Page=5&StaffID=206077&iSection=Teachers&CorrespondingID=206077

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 2 Week 3

Genre: Biography

Comprehension Strategy: reread

Comprehension Skill: sequence

Vocabulary Strategy: Greek/Latin Prefixes

Writing: supporting details

Grammar: plural nouns

Vocabulary Words: behaviors, disappearance, energetic, flurry, migrate, observation, theory, transformed

 

We are reading the book Wonders and will continue this week.

 

*Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

No language IXL this week.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

  • We will continue implementing the scientific method into our lessons as we move onto Matter and Mass.

  • Students will continue using the steps of the scientific method in a science experiment.

  • All students have been added to their classes on STEMscopes and have received their usernames and passwords. Homework will be assigned from time to time using STEMscopes. This is also a great time for parents to see what their students are learning in the classroom.

  • STEMSCOPES: all students usernames are in the same format mcs(first name,middle initial, last initial) for example mcssydneynr all password for all is welcome1

  • Students will be assigned a take home test through STEMscopes this test on Friday 10/20/17 is due on Tuesday 10/24/17 this gives them 4 days to complete the test.

  • We will be conducting a few investigations this week students are asked to bring in the following materials.

    • 1 bag of gummy candy

    • 1 plain chocolate bar

    • 1 personal bottle of sweet ice tea

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

-We have ordered the Studies Weekly Newspapers they should be here after the fall break.

- Students will spend the next two weeks working on their native American diorama projects,  these projects will be done in class and are due this Friday 10/20/17. Studies Weekly’s are in so you will start to see grades for those as well.

 


Week of Oct 2  

Announcements

  • Down Syndrome Day is Oct 1, 2017, Mr. Parker has approved our system to celebrate the day on Monday October 2, 2017.  Please have your child wear BLUE and YELLOW.

  • Oct 9-13 - Fall Break

  • Oct 23 - PTA meeting and Trail of Treats

  • Oct 28 - Fall Festival

 

 Miss Johnson – Math

  • The IXL skills are A7 and G12. These skills will help review for the 1st 9 weeks test.

 

  • The 1st 9 Weeks Test will be on Wednesday, October 4th. We will begin reviewing in class on Monday. There will not be any new material this week.

 

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 2 Week 2

Genre: Fairy Tale

Comprehension Strategy: make predictions

Comprehension Skill: compare and contrast

Vocabulary Strategy: similes and metaphors

Writing: strong openings

Grammar: singular and plural nouns

Vocabulary Words: circumstances, considerations, consults, destiny, expectations, presence, reveal, unsure

 

We started reading the book Wonders and will continue this week.

 *Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

IXL Language Arts for this week due Oct 6 is P1 and P2. If they are missing assignments please look in their planner on Sept. 29. The strands missing will be listed.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

  • We will continue implementing the scientific method into our lessons as we move onto Matter and Mass.

  • Students will continue using the steps of the scientific method in a science experiment.

  • All students have been added to their classes on STEMscopes and have received their usernames and passwords. Homework will be assigned from time to time using STEMscopes. This is also a great time for parents to see what their students are learning in the classroom.

  • STEMSCOPES: all students usernames are in the same format mcs(first name,middle initial, last initial) for example mcssydneynr all password for all is welcome1

  • Students will be assigned a take home test through STEMscopes this test is due on Wednesday October 4th this gives them a little less than a week to complete the test.

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

-We have ordered the Studies Weekly Newspapers they should be here after the fall break.

- Students will spend the next two weeks working on their final projects, rubrics will be sent through email so that parents know what to expect. Students are allowed to bring in anything they feel will make their projects better Native American projects better.  

 

 

 


Week of Sept 25  

 

Announcements

  • Oct 9-13 Fall Break

 

Miss Johnson – Math

  • The IXL skills are K7 and L11.

https://www.ixl.com/

  • Focus skills: adding and subtracting fractions (Topic 9)

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 2 Week 1/Wonders Book Study

Genre: Expository Text

Comprehension Strategy: reread

Comprehension Skill: problem and solution

Vocabulary Strategy: Context Clues

Writing: ideas

Grammar: kinds of nouns

Vocabulary Words: resolve, committees, conventions, debate, proposal, situation, union

 

We will begin our book study on Wonders starting Wed. (I will not be here Monday and Tuesday due to a workshop in BHM)

 

*Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

IXL Language Arts is assigned each Monday and your student should have it written in their planner. They should be able to complete it in class but if they do not it becomes homework. The strands that were assigned and due the 22 has been moved to the 27 due to lack of computers because of Scantron testing.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

  • We will continue implementing the scientific method into our lessons as we move onto Matter and Mass.

  • Students will continue using the steps of the scientific method in a science experiment.

  • All students have been added to their classes on STEMscopes and have received their usernames and passwords. Homework will be assigned from time to time using STEMscopes. This is also a great time for parents to see what their students are learning in the classroom.

  • Please send 1 full water bottle with student on Monday the 25th for science experiment that will be conducted in class.

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

-We will be using Studies Weekly to align our projects with standards. Please send in $7 for your child’s subscription. Make checks payable to Studies Weekly.

-We will begin Studies Weekly week 3. In this lesson we will discuss the American Indians. This week students will be creating their own tribes, and creating models of their civilizations. Students should bring in the following materials.

 

  • old shoe box

  • popsicle sticks

  • tacky glue or hot glue sticks for a glue gun

Students can also bring any old fabric or things they would like to use to build their civilizations.

 

-Students will take 50 states makeup test on Monday September 25th. They should be able to label each state. The Abbreviations will be provided for them during the test.

 


Week of Sept 18  

 

Announcements

  • Sept 18  PTA 6pm

  • Sept 18  Book Fair begins

  • Sept 20  Progress Reports go home

  • Oct 9-13 Fall Break

 

 Miss Johnson – Math

  • The IXL skills are  H3 and H7 again this week due to a short week.

https://www.ixl.com/

 

  • With the delays this week, we did not take the test. The Topic 2 test will be on Wednesday, September 20th. The practice test is in the math textbook on pages 58-59. This is an excellent way to prepare for the test.

 

  • On Thursday, we will begin adding and subtracting fractions.

 

 

***Our classroom is in need of hand sanitizer and Kleenex. Thank you!!

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 1 Week 5

 

Genre: Persuasive Article

Comprehension Strategy: reread

Comprehension Skill: author’s point of view

Vocabulary Strategy: Greek/Latin Root Words

Writing: sentence fluency

Grammar: run-on sentence

Vocabulary Words: access, advance, analysis, cite, counterpoint, data, drawbacks, reasoning

 

Scantron testing for Reading is Monday. Scantron for Math and Science will be given on Tuesday. We will also be taking our Unit test Wed and Thur.

 

*Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

IXL Language Arts is assigned each Monday and your student should have it written in their planner. They should be able to complete it in class but if they do not it becomes homework. The strands that have been assigned have been S3, T3, A1, and A3. This week the assignment is N1, N2, and N3 that will be due Sept 22.

 

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

  • We will continue implementing the scientific method into our lessons as we move onto Matter and Mass.

  • Students will continue using the steps of the scientific method in a science experiment.

  • All students have been added to their classes on STEMscopes and have received their usernames and passwords. Homework will be assigned from time to time using STEMscopes. This is also a great time for parents to see what their students are learning in the classroom.

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

-We will be using Studies Weekly to align our projects with standards. Please send in $7 for your child’s subscription. Make checks payable to Studies Weekly. The order WILL be placed on September 18,2017.

-We will begin Studies Weekly week 3. In this lesson we will discuss the American Indians. This week students will be creating their own tribes, and creating models of their civilizations. Students should bring in the following materials.

 

  • old shoe box

  • popsicle sticks

  • tacky glue or hot glue sticks for a glue gun

Students can also bring any old fabric or things they would like to use to build their civilizations.

 


No School Sept 11  

MCS will close Monday, September 11th due to being under a state of emergency because of the impending tropical storm. - Superintendent Robby Parker


Week of Sept 11  

Announcements

  • Sept 13  Spirit Night Panera Bread 4-8pm
  • Sept 18  PTA 6pm
  • Sept 18  Book Fair begins
  • Sept 20  Progress Reports go home

        

Miss Johnson – Math

  • The homework for this week will be IXL skills H3 and H7.

https://www.ixl.com/

  • The Topic 2 test will be on Thursday, September 14th. The practice test is in the math textbook on pages 58-59. This is an excellent way to prepare for the test.
  • *Focus skills- adding/subtracting decimals
  • The timed tests will count as a grade this week.

The timed tests can be printed from my CES website:                http://ces.madisoncity.k12.al.us/?PageName=TeacherPage&Page=5&StaffID=206077&iSection=Teachers&CorrespondingID=206077

 

***Our classroom is in need of hand sanitizer and Kleenex. Thank you!!

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 1 Week 4

Genre: Persuasive Article

Comprehension Strategy: reread

Comprehension Skill: author’s point of view

Vocabulary Strategy: Greek/Latin Root Words

Writing: sentence fluency

Grammar: run-on sentence

Vocabulary Words: access, advance, analysis, cite, counterpoint, data, drawbacks, reasoning

*Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

  • We will continue implementing the scientific method into our lessons as we move onto Matter and Mass.
  • Students will continue using the steps of the scientific method in a science experiment.
  • Students should commit to memory the steps in the scientific method. This list will be sent home on Monday, every night students should review the steps and their purposes.

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

-We will be using Studies Weekly to align our projects with standards. Please send in $7 for your child’s subscription. Make checks payable to Studies Weekly. The order WILL be placed on September 15,2017.

-There will be a test over the “Central, Western, & Pacific” states on Thursday September 14th. Students should have a map that they have labeled and should be studying accordingly.

 

Central

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kentucky

Michigan

Minnesota

Missouri

Ohio

Wisconsin

 

Western

Colorado

Idaho

Kansas

Montana

Nebraska

New Mexico

North Dakota

Oklahoma

South Dakota

Texas

Wyoming

 

Pacific

Alaska

Arizona

California

Hawaii

Nevada

Oregon

Utah

Washington

 

 


week of Sept 4  

Announcements

  • Aug 25- Sept 8 - The Leader In Me Fundraiser  

  • Sept 4 - No school (Labor Day)

  • Sept 6 - Grandparents Day at CES (grandparents each lunch at CES)

  • Sept 13  Spirit Night Panera Bread 4-8pm

  • Sept 18  PTA 6pm

  • Sept 18  Book Fair begins

  • Sept 20  Progress Reports go home

 Miss Johnson – Math

  • The homework for this week will be IXL skills https://www.ixl.com/ . Student logins are the same as last year and were given out in class. The IXL skills due Friday, September 8, are

  • We will begin Topic 2 on Tuesday. *Focus skills- adding/subtracting decimals H4 and H8.

  • The timed tests will be 100 multiplication questions in 3 minutes and 30 seconds.

The timed tests can be printed from my CES website: http://ces.madisoncity.k12.al.us/?PageName=TeacherPage&Page=5&StaffID=206077&iSection=Teachers&CorrespondingID=206077

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 1 Week 4

They should have their Wonder's log in glued to the first page of their planner as well as IXL log in information.

Genre: Narrative Nonfiction

Comprehension Strategy: ask and answer questions

Comprehension Skill: key details using photos

Vocabulary Strategy: root words

Writing: Narrative - organization

Grammar: predicates, -ed, -ing, commas with sequence words

Vocabulary Words: allowed, care, excited, needs, roam, wandered, wild, safe

*Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

  • We are studying the scientific method.

  • Students will be able to use the steps of the scientific method in a science experiment.

  • We will conduct our first experiment in Science. We are requesting that each student bring one bag of Skittles preferably the original (red) pack. This will be specifically for our science experiment not as a treat for the students. The experiment will be done on Tuesday September 5th.

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

-We will be using Studies Weekly to align our projects with standards. Please send in $7 for your child’s subscription. Make checks payable to Studies Weekly.

-There will be a test over the “Northern” and “Southern” states on Wednesday September 6th. Students should have a map that they have labeled and should be studying accordingly.

 

Northern     

Connecticut

Delaware

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New York

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

Vermont

 

Southern

Alabma

Arkansas

Florida

Georgia

Louisiana

Mississippi

North Carolina

South Carolina

Tennessee

Virginia

West Virginia

 


Sack Lunch and Transportation for Friday 9/2  

School will be dismissed at 11:00am on Friday. On this day, the cafeteria will be closed and will only prepare sack lunches for those who pre-order one. So, it is very important for me to know if your child will need to pre-order a sack lunch.

Extended Day will also be closed Friday- and I will need to know how each child will be transported home from school as well. So, please take a moment to complete this form today. :)

Thank you in advance for your continued support and participation. :)

 

https://goo.gl/forms/5DR1xJ672RdLdI622


week of Aug. 28  

Announcements

  • Aug 25 - Too Good for Drugs begins

  • Aug 25- Sept 8 - The Leader In Me Fundraiser  

  • Sept 1 - ½ day for students

  • Sept 4 - No school (Labor Day)

  •  

Miss Johnson – Math

  • The homework for this week will be IXL skills https://www.ixl.com/ . Student logins are the same as last year and were given out in class. You are more than welcome to send me an email if your child has login issues. The IXL skills due Friday, September 1, are G9 and G13.

 

  • We will test on Envision Math Topic 1 on Wednesday. *Focus skills- rounding, and comparing decimals.

 

  • The timed tests will be 100 multiplication questions in 3 minutes and 30 seconds. The test this week will count as a grade.

 

The timed tests can be printed from my CES website: http://ces.madisoncity.k12.al.us/?PageName=TeacherPage&Page=5&StaffID=206077&iSection=Teachers&CorrespondingID=206077

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 1 Week 3

IXL:  S3 and T3

Genre: Narrative Nonfiction

Comprehension Strategy: ask and answer questions

Comprehension Skill: cause and effect

Vocabulary Strategy: homographs

Writing: Narrative - word choice

Grammar: compound sentences

Vocabulary Words: debris, emphasis, encounter, generations. indicated, naturalist, sheer, spectacular

 

*Read for at least 30 minutes a night. Feel free to read longer if you wish.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

This Week:
- Our science class has adopted 4 hermit crabs. We spent time learning parts of the microscope.

 

Next Week:

  • We will continue to study the tools that scientist use including microscopes. Students will continue to familiarize themselves with the engineering and design process

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

This week:

-students began looking at maps and exploring landforms.

Next week:

-We will be using Studies Weekly to align our projects with standards. Please send in $7 for your child’s subscription. Make checks payable to Studies Weekly. This week we will be creating our own countries in groups. This project will include designing a flag, map, government structure, and citizen rights.

 


Week of Aug. 21  

Announcements

  • Monday, Aug. 21 - ½ day

  • Aug. 23 - Fall pictures will be made

  • Aug. 24 - 5th Grade curriculum night from 5-6pm in the cafeteria

  • Aug 25 -The Leader In Me Fundraiser  begins

  • Sept 1 - ½ day for students

  • Sept 4 - No school (Labor Day)

 

 

Miss Johnson – Math

  • The homework for this week will be IXL skills https://www.ixl.com/ . Student logins are the same as last year and were given out in class. The IXL skills due Friday, August 25th are G2, G4 and G7.

 

  • We will continue with Envision Math Topic 1. Math textbooks will be assigned this week. *Focus skills- exponential notation, rounding, and decimal place value

 

  • The timed tests will be 100 multiplication questions in 3 minutes and 30 seconds. *Please note this is a change, I originally said 75 questions. Every third test will count as a grade.

 

The timed tests can be printed from my CES website: http://ces.madisoncity.k12.al.us/?PageName=TeacherPage&Page=5&StaffID=206077&iSection=Teachers&CorrespondingID=206077

 

Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 1 Week 2

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Comprehension Strategy: Reread

Comprehension Skill: Problem & Solution

Vocabulary Strategy: Idioms

Writing: Narrative - Voice

Grammar: Subjects & Predicates

Vocabulary Words: accomplish, anxious, assemble, decipher, distracted, navigate, options, retrace

 

*STAR report and goal for AR went home Wed. Please let them keep this is in their take home folder as they may need to reference their reading range when choosing the appropriate leveled book.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

This Week:
- Our science class has adopted 4 hermit crabs. We spent time learning parts of the microscope.

Next Week:

  • We will continue to study the tools that scientist use including microscopes. Students will continue to familiarize themselves with the engineering and design process

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

This week:

-students began looking at maps and exploring landforms.

Next week:

-We will be using Studies Weekly to align our projects with standards. Please send in $7 for your child’s subscription. Make checks payable to Studies Weekly. This week we will be creating our own countries in groups. This project will include designing a flag, map, government structure, and citizen rights.

 




Week of Aug. 14  

If you have not filled out the google document below please do so that I can email you this newsletter each week as well as post on my webpage.

We have had a lot of fun getting to know each other this week and I'm so excited to see what this year brings.

5th Grade Newsletter

Aug. 14, 2017

 

Announcements

  • All forms sent home on Monday need to be signed and returned if you have not already. Thank you!

  • Aug. 14 Breakfast with the Principal at 8am

  • Aug. 17 Watch Dog Dads kickoff at 6m

  • Aug. 24 5th Grade curriculum night from 5-6pm in the cafeteria

 

Miss Johnson – Math

  • I have loved getting to know your student this past week. I’m excited for a great year in 5th grade!

  • We will start Envision Math Topic 1 next week. Math textbooks will be assigned next week.

    *Focus skills- place value, word form, exponential notation, and standard form

  • We will begin taking timed tests next week. The tests will be 75 multiplication questions in 3 minutes and 30 seconds. The timed tests can be printed from my CES website. Every third test will count as a grade.



Mrs. Humphrey - Reading

Wonders Reading  Unit 1 Week 1

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Comprehension Strategy: Reread

Comprehension Skill: Sequence

Vocabulary Strategy: Context Clues

Writing: Narrative - Ideas

Grammar: Sentence Types

Vocabulary Words: afford, loan, profit, prosper, risk, savings, scarce, wages

*Students will be getting reading ranges and AR goals this week. Please see document in Reading folder for your child’s results. It will probably be Tue. or Wed. when they bring that home as several still need to take the STAR test.

 

Science – Ms. Reynolds -

This Week:
- Our science class has adopted a toad named Toto. We spent time researching, designing, and building a habitat for Toto to enjoy.

 

Next Week:

  • We will study the tools that scientist use including microscopes. Students will be introduced to the engineering and design process

 

 

Social Studies - Ms. Reynolds  

This week:

-students created autobiography island maps.

Next week:

-We will be using Studies Weekly to align our projects with standards. Please send in $7 for your child’s subscription. Make checks payable to Studies Weekly. This week we will be creating our own countries in groups. This project will include designing a flag, map, government structure, and citizen rights.

 




Student Information Form  


First Day  

What a fun first day getting to know your child. They should have lots of paperwork paper-clipped in their bookbag. If you could look over them, fill them out and return to school tomorrow that would be great! I'm looking forward to tomorrow.

If you need to reach me the best way is my email which is mhumphry@madisoncity.k12.al.us. 


Back to School  

I wanted to thank all of you that came to open house. It was a pleasure meeting you and your child. It was exciting to see my 2nd grade babies that are now in 5th grade and many in my classes. 

Information and paper work will be coming home on Monday in a folder. Please look over and return the paperwork by Wednesday, August 9.

Please email me at mhumphrey@madisoncity.k12.al.us the email addresses you would like for me to use this year for communication.

We have a 5th grade Remind 101. If you would like to receive text for brief reminders or early closings then send a text to 81010 with the message @c3d3c8.

5th Grade Curriculum Night will be held on Thursday, August 24th at 5:00pm in the cafeteria.

I can't wait for Monday to get this school year started and make it the best school year for your child.