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Welcome to fifth grade in Room 18.  I feel so privileged to be teaching in our wonderful district at Alta Sierra School.  I have taught Second, Third, Fourth, and Sixth grades for our district, as well as Fourth/Fifth combinations in my pre Nevada County life, and I bring those experiences to Fifth grade.  This will be my fifth year in Fifth grade here at Alta Sierra, and I know that I have found a great fit for my teaching style.  Fifth grade is an amazing opportunity for kids to grow and think in ways that I love being a part of.  I strive to make my classroom a place where every child wants to be each day.  I will ask my students to think deeply, be productive, and laugh often.  Academics at this grade level are challenging, and I will push the students to do their best while supporting them to do so. 

Please go to the next page, "Our Week" to learn about what we are currently doing in Room 18. 

 

Recent Posts

January 14-18

 

January 14-18

 

The students really enjoyed welcoming our newest classmates, Logan and Daniel.  All did a fine job getting back to work after the break.  We covered lots last week!  I am reading their journal entries on their holiday fun and am smiling at their sweet thoughts and fun activities.  They are lucky kids to have such great families.  

 

We have an Art Docent lesson tomorrow on figures in action.  If any of you would like to come at 12:30 to help out with that it would be great.  Its a fun time to observe your child and support the lesson.  

 

Last week, we wrote New Year’s Resolutions.  I plan to write winter poems this week. 

 

This week, we will be on spelling U4 W4.  

 

We will have vocabulary this week.

 

In science, we will be learning about the circulatory system, and in social studies we will study the southern colonies. 

 

Reading continues with Nature's Network.  We will read "Living Links" this week which is a science article.  

 

Our Mid-Trimester ends this Friday, January 18. Please remember to check your child's grades in Power School regularly in order to monitor their progress. We are not sending home paper copies of the mid-trimester report cards, so please go on line to check your child’s grades.  The grades will not be finalized until March 1, with report cards going home on March 8, so there is time to get grades up! This includes grades for citizenship. 

 

Remember that ½ way AR goals are due this Friday.  Please be reminding your child to be reading and taking AR tests!

 

We have a few kids who are forgetting library books on Thursdays.  Please remind your child that this is important.  I try to remember to write it in agendas.  

 

Kids are being asked which electives they would like to take at Magnolia.  Please be talking with your child about what they would like to do next year.  The choices are band, choir, or the elective wheel.  Students will fill out a survey in class about their choice this week.  

 

We are running low on snacks for kids who forget.  If you are able to send something in those kids would appreciate it.  Graham crackers are a good choice.  Thanks! 

 

Looking Ahead: 

JANUARY

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

Storybook Night changed to Thurs., Feb. 28, 6:00-7:00

 

January 8-11

Happy 2019!  I hope that you all had wonderful and special holidays with your families and a restful break.   I SO enjoyed time spent with family and friends.  Our celebrations were memorable.  It is precious to have our children together with us after they have left the nest.  I'm also looking forward to seeing YOUR children on Tuesday to begin the rest of our 5th grade time together.
 
There is NO school on Monday for students, but teachers will meet at the District Office for Professional Development.
 
On Tuesday we will be welcoming a new student.  We are all eager to meet him.  
 
Thank you so much for all of the supplies you sent in and for the help with the holiday celebration.  The kids had a blast decorating their Christmas "trees".  I hope that you heard all about it.  We also loved watching "The Sign of the Beaver" to wrap up our study of the book.  The students were quite engaged and have much to say about the differences between the book and the movie. 
 
We will begin reading Unit 3, "Nature's Network" in our Reach reading books.  There is one realistic fiction storty in this unit and the rest of the readings are science articles and reports dealing with how animals interact with their environment, food webs, and food chains.   
 
In spelling we are on Unit 4 Week 4.  
 
In math we will continue with division of decimals.  
 
The end of the Mid-trimester is Friday, January 18th.  Please be checking with your student to see how thay are coming along with their 1/2 way AR goal.  Students should also be checking their grades.  I can't believe the year is almost 1/2 over!  
 

December 17-21

December 17-21

 

The above dates are a bit scary....Christmas is really coming.  I hope to finish up projects this week and have a regular routine of learning.  Our room is looking very festive and the kids have loved the art we have been doing.  They are also so enjoying The Sign of the Beaver and I hope to finish that up this week.  The kids have great predictions for what will happen.  Will Matt's family return?  You can ask you child what he or she thinks.  I hope kids are telling parents about this fabulous book.  We have been doing regular comprhension questions on the book and I want to let you kow the kids are really improving in their writing and expression.  

 

Our field trip was fabulous.  A huge thank you to the parent who emailed me and said it was her child's favorite field trip ever.  Our docents were so knowledgable and patient with the kids.  I so appreciated the parents that came and helped that day.  We all got a lot out of it.  

 

We won't have afternoon reading groups this week.  We know how busy you all are at this timeof year.  I am hoping that the Thursday parents can still come in and help get the party materials together for Friday.  Let me know if this works for you.  The Tuesday parents are off the hook! Thanks for always coming in.  

 

I have decided to not assign a reading log this week for homework and instead have kids record reading for the Six Flags reading log, for the kids who want to participate in that.  This is not required, but the reading for Six Flags is supposed to be reading that has not been assigned for homework.

 

The kids’ ½ way AR goals will be coming up on them fast after we return from break.  Please make sure they continue reading AR books in order to meet this goal.  (This reading can count toward their Six Flags Log!)  A few kids have already met this goal.  Please ask your child how he/she is progressing toward this goal.

 

This week will not be a new spelling list.  The students struggled with the test last week so I will allow them to practice and retake that one for a higher score by Wednesday.  

 

The only homework that they will be having is math and possibly finishing up assignments not complete during the day.

 

On Tuesday morning, we will be watching the 2nd graders dress rehearsal.

 

We received a special invitation from Mrs. Kelley to come and be an audience for her TK class while they practice their holiday performance.

 

We will be finishing up our Christmas craft projects at the beginning of the week.

 

Thank you so much to everyone who has volunteered to help with our "trees"  and who are sending in supplies.  Please send in all supplies on or before Wednesday.

 

We will be making frosting and organizing candy on Wednesday afternoon.  I have one parent signed up and could use another at 2:00.  

 

After we decorate our houses on Friday morning, we will be watching a movie.   Kids are welcome to bring a pillow, blanket, and stuffed animal if they like!

 

Friday, December 21 is pajama day.

 

Friday, December 21 is also a minimum day.  School will be out at 12:00.

 

 

Please notice that Monday January 7th is a work day for teachers, but it is not a school day for students.

 

Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

 

December 3-7

December 3-7

 

Happy December!  This year is going so fast!  There are 3 weeks until the holiday break! 

 

Tomorrow we will have computer lab time in the morning for our second round of MAP testing.  Please make sure your child has a good night's rest and a healthy breakfast in order to be prepared for the test.  

 

We will be finishing book reports this week and adding holiday writing and projects.   I would like to keep going on Sign of the Beaver because the kids enjoy it so much.  Please look over the corrected questions that come home.  Hopefully, you will see a good deal of improvement as we get through the book and kids give more detailed answers.  

 

We will be on spelling Unit 4 Week 2 this week. .

 

In Science, we will start our study of the human body.

 

We will be finishing social studies from last week.  

  

Hopefully you all received report cards in Thursday folders.   Last week, we started a new trimester.   I will be entering grades for the new trimester next weekend if not before.   

 

The students received new AR goals on Monday.  Thank you so much for initialing these so I know that you have seen them.  Please remind your child to continue reading and taking AR tests. Their ½ way goals will be due before we know it (this is January 18)!!

 

Several parents have let me know in their field trip permission slips, that they will join us for the field trip on December 12.  Feel free to bring the $8.00 (for parents only) that day.  I am delighted that parents will be joining us. 

 

This week, will do our tasting for the harvest of the month.  We will be tasting jicama.  Here is a newsletter that tells about jicama.

file:///Users/jhollister/Downloads/Jicama%20Newsletter.pdf

 

I will soon be sending a plan for our holiday celebration.  

 

 

Thank you for your continued support and help. 

 

Looking Ahead: 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Tuesday, December 4, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Tuesday, December 11, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Wednesday, December 12 5th Grade to the CA Aerospace Museum

Wednesday, December 12 to Saturday December 15 Mistletoe Mall

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Tuesday, December 18, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, January 10th 4th Grade to the Maidu Indian Museum

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

MARCH

 

APRIL

Thursday, April 11, 5th Grade to the State Capitol

 

MAY

Thursday, May 23 4th Grade to Coloma

 

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November 26-30

November 26 – 30

 

I hope that everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and enjoyed the extra time off from school!  Our family traveled to the Bay Area and enjoyed family and friends. 

 

I thank Carolyn Harwood who provided us with the chicken and dumplings meal for lunch for our holiday celebration.  The kids enjoyed it so much and ate every drop.  Thanks, as well, to all of the other parents who sent in pies and supplies.  It was appreciated by all.  

 

This week we will work on our book reports.  We had a snafu with the coping of the forms last week, so I decided to just get to them this week.  

 

We will start our second round of MAP testing.  Hopefully we will see growth with the kids.

 

We are on spelling Unit 4 Week 1. 

 

We are reading The Sign of the Beaver and the kids are so engaged.  There is a good deal of writing that goes with it as well as a project.  All will be done in class.   I am stressing to the kids that they need to answer in complete sentences and have correct punctuation and spelling.

 

We will have a vocab quiz on Friday.

 

Report card will come home this Thursday.  Even though we have wrapped up our AR goals for this trimester, kids still need to stay on top of reading and taking AR tests.  We start all over again with new goals!  These new goals will come home this week and will be taped in the front of the students’ agendas.

 

Our next four weeks are going to fly!!  We have lots of fun holiday activities planned.

 

Our next book report will be on February 5th, so kids will need to start thinking of a chapter book as soon as winter break is over.

 

Please send in permission slips for the field trip in December if you have not already.  

 

I will send home information about our holiday celebration in the next couple of weeks.  We will be making gingerbread houses.

 

Thank you so much for all of your help and support!

 

Looking Ahead:

NOVEMBER

Monday, November 26, AR reward celebration this day!

Tuesday, November 27, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Tuesday, December 4, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Tuesday, December 11, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Wednesday, December 12 5th Grade to the CA Aerospace Museum

Wednesday, December 12 to Saturday December 15 Mistletoe Mall

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Tuesday, December 18, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, January 10th 4th Grade to the Maidu Indian Museum

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

MARCH

 

APRIL

Thursday, April 11, 5th Grade to the State Capitol

 

MAY

Thursday, May 23 4th Grade to Coloma

 

JUNE

November 19 and 20

November 19 and 20

I hope you all had a good weekend.  Oh my gosh,  I wish the rain would arrive sooner than Wednesday to clear the fires and smoke away.  The losses to our neighbors in the Paradise are are heartbreaking.  It all makes us so appreciate our blessings.  

Our first Trimester has ended and it is almost Thanksgiving! There is so much going on during our two days of school next week! Due to the school closure on Friday, our Facts Reward Party has been rescheduled for Monday, November 19th! Congratulations to the kids who passed their multiplication facts! Great job!

Due to missing school on Friday, students will need to have their reading logs and math ready to turn in on Monday.  

We will not have spelling this week.  We will have no homework on Monday or Tuesday nights.

Students will receive new AR goals after Thanksgiving break.  It would be great if your child continues to read, but they will not need to fill out reading logs.  The week we get back from break, students will get a reading log to fill out for four nights.

Most of the students met their AR goals this trimester!!  We will have our AR celebration on Monday, November 26.

We will be visiting the garden this Tuesday! Please send your child to school with shoes they feel comfortable to wear for gardening.

Thank you for using the Sign Up Genius for our Thanksgiving celebration! Thank you, Mrs. Harwood for setting organizing and for your generosity in providing lunch for the whole class.  Wow!  

Tomorrow, Monday, we will have an Art Docent lesson with Mrs. Yoho.  

Our Kids Can food drive ends Monday! Anything that you can send in will be appreciated. These are the foods that they say are most needed: Canned meats including tuna, chicken, turkey, ham, stew and chili. They also need  canned vegetables, 
pasta & pasta sauce,
 beans, rice,
 healthy cereals, peanut butter, baby food & baby formula. No glass containers, please! Everything should be in original packaging with the expiration date in tact.

This coming Tuesday, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, we will be canceling reading groups.   Thank you so much to our incredible parents who help with our reading groups!

We will start our book report on Monday.  If your child has the book that they read and want to bring it in that would be great.  We will work on this most of the day on Monday and Tuesday.  If kids don’t finish, we will finish it up after break.

Oh, I have one request.  I have been providing snacks for the kids who forget theirs at home and am out of them.  Is there a chance that parents can send in some snacks for the kids who ask for them?  Thanks so much.  

 

I hope that everyone has a great Thanksgiving and I look forward to seeing everyone on Monday, November 26th!

 

Thank you again, for all of your help and support!  Thank you for supporting your children with their school assignments.  They are doing a great job!

 

Looking Ahead:

NOVEMBER

Monday, November 19th, Begin Book Report in Class (Math fact reward celebration this day!)

Tuesday, November 20, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Wednesday, November 21- Friday, November 23 Thanksgiving Break

Monday, November 26, AR reward celebration this day!

Tuesday, November 27, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Thursday, November 29th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Tuesday, December 4, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Tuesday, December 11, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Wednesday, December 12 5th Grade to the CA Aerospace Museum

Wednesday, December 12 to Saturday December 15 Mistletoe Mall

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Tuesday, December 18, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, January 10th 4th Grade to the Maidu Indian Museum

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

MARCH

 

APRIL

Thursday, April 11, 5th Grade to the State Capitol

 

MAY

Thursday, May 23 4th Grade to Coloma

 

JUNE

 

November 13-16

Happy Veterans' Day to all!  I hope that everyone is having a relaxing, long weekend. I can’t believe that we only have this coming, four day week and then the following week we have 2 days and then it will be Thanksgiving break!  After Thanksgiving, we only have five weeks and then it is Winter Break!  This time will be full of lots of projects and activities, so it will go by super fast!

 

On Friday, we had Mrs. Welch's son, Colman, drop in.  I taught Coleman in third grade and he is all grown up and has just finished Boot Camp for the US Marines.  He presented his adventures to the kids and I can't tell you how engaged they were listinging to him and asking him questions.  They shared family stories about people in their families that have served in the military.  It was an awesome tribute to Veterans' Day.  

 

This Friday is the end of our first trimester and is a minimum day.  Students will be released at 12:00.  Report cards will go home on Thursday, November 29.

 

There are still a few students who have not reached their full AR goals.  I would like all students to meet their AR goals by Friday.  Please ask your child if he/she has met his/her AR goal.  If students do not meet their goal it will affect their reading grade.

 

This Friday will be our reward party for kids who pass multiplication in XTra Math!  If passing is important to your child, please remind them that they should work on the program extra time this week.

 

This coming week, we will be on spelling Unit 3 Week 4.   We will do the spelling activities on line, but we will not have a spelling test on Friday due to the short day!  Our day will be crazy!

 

We will take a break from Reach reading and begin the book Sign of the Beaver.  It is a 5th grade favorite and teaches many valuable lessons about friendship, courage and relying on oneself to solve problems.   

 

Mrs. Harwood is sending out a Sign Up for our Thanksgiving celebration.  Many thanks to her for offering to make chicken and dumplings for the kids.  The kids can choose whether or not to bring lunch that day.  All that we need other parents to bring in are some pies.  

 

Please check  in with the kids about what chapter book they are using for their book report.  It sounds like most of them have that figured out.   If they can bring the book to class on the 19th that would be great.   Another way to help would be to talk to your child about the main character from his/her book.   Here are the directions to the book report.  We will be doing it in class, but if you could discuss the character components with your child it would be a great help!

This assignment has several components:

On the front panel of your paper bag, draw your character. You may wish to use the templates provided, or draw your own picture.

On one of the side panels, write about your character’s likes and dislikes. Include one paragraph for each and use supporting evidence from the text.

On the other side panel, write about how other characters in the text react and interact with your character. Again, don’t forget to use at least 3 pieces of supporting evidence from the text.

On the back panel, explain how your character changed throughout the text. What was your character like at the beginning of the text? At the end? Why did your character change? Include strong supporting evidence from the text.

Inside your bag, include 3-5 items that you would associate with your character. Be prepared to explain and defend your choices in the oral presentation. Dig deep into the novel and your thinking for these items

Oral presentation – You will be asked to orally present your assignment. In your assignment, explain who your character is, and what text he or she is from. Briefly explain your information on the two side panels and back panel Show us the items you chose to put in your bag. Explain why you chose these items and why they are important to your character.

Some parents already returned the permission slip for our December field trip.  It would be great if we could get all of those in my Friday. 

Did you miss out on the Square One Art deadline? Great news! The deadline has been extended to November 16, 2018 for ON-LINE and PHONE orders ONLY, Order now www.square1art.com/shop or Call 888-332-3294 to order.
 

This Thursday is our Las Katarina’s fundraiser!  Have dinner with your family and raise money for our school!

Our Kids Can food drive has begun! Anything that you can send in will be appreciated. These are the foods that they say are most needed: Canned meats including tuna, chicken, turkey, ham, stew and chili. They also need  canned vegetables, 
pasta & pasta sauce,
 beans, rice,
 healthy cereals, peanut butter, baby food & baby formula. No glass containers, please! Everything should be in original packaging with the expiration date in tact.

The Tuesday before Thanksgiving, we will be cancelling reading groups.  We only have two days that week and we will be focusing on completing our book reports.  We will have only math homework on Monday that week.  

Thank you so much for all of your help and support! Your children are doing a great job!

Looking Ahead:

NOVEMBER

Monday, November 12th Veteran's Day, no school

Tuesday, November 13, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Thursday, November 15 Las Katarias Night, 20% of the proceeded go to our school

Friday, November 16 Minimum Day/ End of Trimester 1 (Meet math fact goal and full AR goal.  Math fact reward party this day!)

Monday, November 19th, Begin Book Report in Class (Full AR goal reward celebration this day!)

Tuesday, November 20, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Wednesday, November 21- Friday, November 23 Thanksgiving Break

Tuesday, November 27, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Thursday, November 29th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Tuesday, December 4, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Tuesday, December 11, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Wednesday, December 12 5th Grade to the CA Aerospace Museum

Wednesday, December 12 to Saturday December 15 Mistletoe Mall

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Tuesday, December 18, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:30

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, January 10th 4th Grade to the Maidu Indian Museum

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

MARCH

 

APRIL

Thursday, April 11, 5th Grade to the State Capitol

 

MAY

Thursday, May 23 4th Grade to Coloma

 

JUNE

November 5-9

November 5-9

 

 Enjoy your extra hour od daylight savings today!  I so enjoyed hearing about everyone's Halloween!  It sounds like all was fun and safe. 

 

Thank you all so much for the generous supplies you sent in for our Halloween party! Thank you so much to all of the parents who helped out at the party!  The kids had  a blast.

 

Our book report will be coming up fast!  Please make sure your child is working on a chapter book in order to complete his/her book report.  We will start our book reports on Monday, November 19.  It would be super helpful if you would ask your child about the main in their book.  One of the topics they have to write about is how their main character changes throughout the book.

 

Students need to meet their AR goal by November 16.  If they do not meet their AR goal it will affect their reading grade.  Please ask your child how he/she is progressing toward his/her AR goal.  Quite a few kids have already made it!  I appreciate their hard work and thank you for supporting me with having them reach their goals.  It is up to the students to take the tests in class. 

 

Our trimester ends on November 16th.  Report cards will go home on Friday, Nov.  30. Please be checking your child’s grades.   

  

We are on week U3 W3 for Spelling. 

 

We will get vocab words on Monday.

 

In science, we are finished our unit tests and are starting plants. 

 

We continue work with decimals in math.  The students did a fine job with their Mid Chapter review that I just finished grading.  

 

This week in Social Studies, we will learn about early colonization of the Americas. 

 

Our Kids Can food drive will begin soon.  Anything that you can send in will be appreciated.  These are the foods that they say are most needed:  Canned meats like tuna, chicken, turkey, ham, stew and chili, canned vegetables,
pasta & pasta sauce,
beans, rice,
healthy cereals, peanut butter, baby food & baby formula.  No glass containers, please!

I can’t believe how quickly our time is going!  It will be Thanksgiving break soon!  We will be having a Thanksgiving feast.  I will send out a sign up genius soon.

Square One art orders will be due this Friday.

I have sceduled another field trip to the Aerospace Museum of California.  We will be going Wednesday, December 12.  The bus will leave promptly at 8:10 so it is so important to be on time that day.  Parents are welcome to join us.  Please let me know if you are planning this and if you want to join us on the bus or drive.  There will be a permission slip coming soon.  

Thank you so much for all of your help and support!  Your kids are doing a great job!

Looking Ahead:

NOVEMBER

Sunday, November 4th Daylight Savings Time ends

Tuesday, November 6th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, November 9th Square One Art Orders Due

Monday, November 12th Veteran's Day, no school

Thursday, November 15 Las Katarias Night, 20% of the proceeded go to our school

Thursday, November 15, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, November 16 Minimum Day/ End of Trimester 1 (Meet math fact goal and full AR goal.  Math fact reward party this day!)

Monday, November 19th, Begin Book Report in Class (Full AR goal reward celebration this day!)

Wednesday, November 21- Friday, November 23 Thanksgiving Break

Thursday, November 29th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, December 6, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Wednesday, December 12 5th Grade to the CA Aerospace Museum

Wednesday, December 12 to Saturday December 15 Mistletoe Mall

Thursday, December 13, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Thursday, December 20, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, January 10th 4th Grade to the Maidu Indian Museum

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

MARCH

 

APRIL

Thursday, April 11, 5th Grade to the State Capitol

 

MAY

Thursday, May 23 4th Grade to Coloma

 

JUNE

More news for the newsletter

Dear Families,
 
I just found the list of items I meant to add to my newsletter.  Oops!  
 
Here they are:
The Square One projects when home in folders. This is an awesome fundraiser for our school and the projects turned out so cute!  The last date to order items is 11/9.  
 
I sent a book order home with your kiddos.  I was hoping to send the order out on 11/2.  Please let me know if you need more time.  
 
Our trimester ends 11/16.  Please encourage your kids to reach their AR goal.  
 
I am including the recipe from the Chef Presentation.  The kids gobbled up the dish! 
 

October 29-Nov 2

October 29-Nov 2

 

I hope you all had a wonderful Fall Break!  I went to New York City to visit my younger son and my husband and I had so many adventures in the big city.  It was lovely to get back to our beautiful foothills as well. 

 

Last week our chef event with Sierra Harvest was a big success and the kids enjoyed making the healthy salad.  

We will start spelling Unit 3 W2  tomorrow. 

 

Thank you so much to everyone who signed up for our Halloween party supplies! Please begin sending in items you signed up for on Monday.

Our parade begins at 8:15.  We request that costumes do not incude weapons props and are not super scary or bloody.  We will start our party at 11:45 for nachos.  If the parents that volunteered to set up could be there by 11:30 that would be so helpful.   Your child does not need to bring a lunch unless he or she would prefer that.  

 

Please remember to remind your child to continue working toward passing their multiplication facts on the Xtra Math program. We will have a celebration for all students who pass before November 16! 

 

Our next book report is November 19th.  Please encourage you child to read a chapter book that has a stong character by that time.  

 

We are rolling along in math with our study of decimals, and explorers in social studies.  We will wrap up our unit on Structure of Living Things in science and have a test this Thursday.  We will also read the last story in the Unit Catching the Light in reading.  

 

We will have reading groups this week!

Thank you all again for all of your support and for sharing your children with me!  I am looking forward to seeing them tomorrow!  

October 15-19

October 15-19

 

Thank you so much for coming to conference last week.  It was wonderful to get to meet and talk with you all. I gained so many pearls of wisdom from the people who know the kids the best!  I have a couple of more meeting this week and that will be everybody.  That is such a good turn out.   Thanks! 

 

 October break is coming soon!  Then, then Halloween is right around the corner.  Thanks so much to Carolyn Harwood for planning our celebration.  Please let me know if you didn't get the Sign Up for that. 

 

We will be on spelling Unit 3 Week 1 this upcoming week.

We will be back to Social Studies and Science this week. 

The kids finished division and are feeling more confident about it.  We will continue to practice.  Now we start Chapter 3 on decimals.  We are ready for some new learning! 

This week for reading we are still working on the "Catching the Light" stories.  

We finished the book reports this week and just need to assemble the pieces.  If you haven't yet sent in a clothes hanger, please do if you have one you can spare.  Our next book report will be on Monday November 19, so kids need to be thinking about the next chapter book that they would like to read.  The book report has a “character study” portion to it.  Students might need your help thinking of how a character in their book changes throughout the story.  If you could be talking to them about this it would be helpful.

There is an earthquake drill on the school calendar for Thursday.

We will have a chef presentation from Sierra Harvest on Friday from 9:50-10:20. I need at least one parent to help with this.  Please let me know if you might be available to help during this time!  Sierra Harvest is wanting to take pictures of the event and use quotes from the kids about the tasting.  In order to do this, they need parents to sign a media release. It looks complicated, but if you are willing to allow your child’s picture to be used, please just print your child’s name and sign the form.  I sent those home on Thursday.  Please let me know if you need one.  

Please remind your child to continue working toward passing their multiplication facts on the Xtra Math program. We will have a celebration for all students who pass before November 16!

Students should be working toward their full AR goal!

Kids had a great time doing prints with Mrs. Yoho on Monday and they turned out beautifully.  I am so grateful that Parents' Club supports the Art Docent program.  I am having fun doing some separate projects with the kiddos as well.  

We will resume our afternoon Tuesday and Thursday reading groups this week!  Many thanks to the volunteers who make this possible.  

Just a reminder that our library day is Thursday.  

Thanks for all! 

 

 

Looking Ahead:

OCTOBER

Thursday, October 18  6:00-8:30 Family Science Night/Green World, Healthy People

Monday, October 22-Friday, October 26 Fall Break

Wednesday, October 31 Halloween Classroom Celebrations

 

NOVEMBER

Thursday, November 1, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Sunday, November 4th Daylight Savings Time ends

Tuesday, November 6th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, November 8th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Monday, November 12th Veteran's Day, no school

Thursday, November 15, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, November 16 Minimum Day/ End of Trimester 1 (Meet math fact goal and full AR goal.  Math fact reward party this day!)

Monday, November 19th, Begin Book Report in Class (Full AR goal reward celebration this day!)

Wednesday, November 21- Friday, November 23 Thanksgiving Break

Thursday, November 29th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, December 6, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Thursday, December 13, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Thursday, December 20, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

 

october 8-12

October 8-12

We had a marvelous Jog-A-Thon today! The weather was perfect and the children really enjoyed the color-run! Lab cards went home this afternoon, and we will begin collecting donations on Monday. Thank you to the families who already sent in their donations. You are incredible! The Jog-A-Thon is one of our biggest fundraisers of the year. The money that is raised goes directly to make things better for the children at our school. The money raised two years ago purchased the amazing picnic tables that the children sit at for outside lunch. Three years ago the money raised was used to purchase chrome books. Thank you so much for supporting our school! 

 

We will do printmaking tomorrow morning to complete our Art Docent lesson.  Please send your kids in clothes that can take a bit of an ink smudge.  In other words,  I wouldn't want them to have on their favorite clothes!  We have oversized Tshirts they can wear over clothes, but the process is a bit messy.   You will love the city scape outcomes.  

 

Remember that this whole week are minimum days.  Students are released at noon.  Thank you everyone for signing up for a conference time!  I am looking forward to meeting with everyone!

 

Because our days are so short, I have to cut out some curriculum.  This coming week, we will have no social studies, science, or vocabulary.  We will focus on our math and completing our book report. 

 

Students will begin their book reports tomorrow.  Even though we are just starting this book report, kids should be working on completing another chapter book for our next book report, which will be Monday, November 19th.

 

This week, we will still do spelling.  We are on Unit 2 W4

 

We will still have math homework (It may not be from the math book) and home reading homework.  I gave kids new reading logs on Friday because Thursday folders did not go home on Thursday.

 

 

This week I will get the Halloween party sign up out to parents.  Thanks so much to Carolyn Harwood for organizing our party.  

 

Please remind your child to continue working toward his/her full AR goal and working hard to pass their multiplication facts in XTra Math.  Students need to achieve both of these goals by Friday, November 16th.   We will have celebrations for all students who achieve these goals!

 

Most families have turned in $10 for the field trips this year.  Thank you!  Please feel free to send that in if you have not yet had the opportunity to get around to it.  

 

Thanks for all! 

 

Looking Ahead:

OCTOBER

Monday, October 8 to Friday, October 12 Minimum Days all week for Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, October 10 Picture Make Up Day

Thursday, October 18  6:00-8:30 Family Science Night/Green World, Healthy People

Monday, October 22-Friday, October 26 Fall Break

Wednesday, October 31 Halloween Classroom Celebrations

 

NOVEMBER

Thursday, November 1, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Sunday, November 4th Daylight Savings Time ends

Tuesday, November 6th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, November 8th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Monday, November 12th Veteran's Day, no school

Thursday, November 15, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, November 16 Minimum Day/ End of Trimester 1 (Meet math fact goal and full AR goal.  Math fact reward party this day!)

Monday, November 19th, Begin Book Report in Class (Full AR goal reward celebration this day!)

Wednesday, November 21- Friday, November 23 Thanksgiving Break

Thursday, November 29th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, December 6, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Thursday, December 13, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Thursday, December 20, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

Oct 1-5

October 1-5

 

I hope you all are having a wonderful weekend and enjoying our lovely weather.  I went kayaking on the American River.  What a treat! 

 

Congratulations to our Student Body Officers!   Avery is the President, Sean is the VP, Randy is the Business Manager, and Jaimee is our Secretary.  We also voted for Class Representatives and it was a CLOSE election.  Our class reps are Zachary, Alana, Izaak, and Soren.  I am so proud of your bravery in making great speeches to your classmates.  All of the kids that participated did a fabulous job.  

 

I have decided to postpone our book report for one week.  We will start our book report on Tuesday, October 9th.  I thought it would be a fun project to save for our minimum days!

 

This week we will start Enrichment classes after school.  

 

Please remember that the Jog-A-Thon is this Friday.  We are so excited about the color run portion of our Jog-A-Thon this year.  Permission slips went home on Sept. 27 in the Thursday Folders. Only children who return the signed permission slip will be able to run the final lap through the color "wash".  It gets messy, but the kids will LOVE it!  Lighter colored clothes work best for having the color show up.  Kids might want to bring a change of clothes for after the Jog-A-Thon. 

 

Please have your kids be collecting pledges.  Pledge forms went home with permission slips this past Thursday. The Jog-A-Thon is one of our biggest fundraisers of the year.  The money that is raised goes directly to make things better for kids at our school!  The money raised two years ago purchased the amazing picnic tables that the kids sit at for outside lunch.  Three years ago, the money purchased chrome books, which our class uses on a daily basis.  Thank you so much for supporting this program!  Our class runs from 9:30-10:00.  If you volunteered to help, please come around 9:10 in order to get kids ready to run.

 

Last Friday was the end of our mid-trimester.  Many of the kids in our class met their ½ way AR goal!  I appreciate their hard work!  The kids who met their goal will get extra play time with Mr. Bivens tomorrow.

 

Please make sure to be checking your child’s grades on line.  The grades for the midtrimester are not the final grades for the trimester, and can go up or down before November 16th when grades are final.  I should have last week's grades logging in by Wednesday this week.  

 

We also have a goal for all 4th and 5th graders to pass their X-Tra multiplication math facts by Friday, November 16.  All students who pass their multiplication facts by this date will be invited to a celebration party with Mr. Bivens!  At this point, in both grade levels, mastering math facts is crucial to math success!

 

Just a reminder, the week of October 2-6 (next week) are all minimum days for students so that teachers can conference in the afternoons.  I look forward to meeting with you.

 

We are on spelling Unit 2 Week 3 this week.  

 

In math, our division is going well.  I told the kids that it is ia BIG deal to learn two digit division.  Please be sure to acknowledge that your child is well on his or her way to being profiecien in this skill.  

 

Tomorrow, we will have another art docent lesson with Mrs. Yoho.

 

In Studies Weekly, we are leaving behind our study of Native American Indians and beginning the Age of Exploration.

 

In Science we will study From Cell to Organisms.  The students really enjoyed making their plant and animal cell drawings.  

 

We have started our Reading Unit "Capturing the Light".  We read a Chinese folktale last weed and will read an Aztec folktale.  

 

I want to say a special thanks to parents who come in on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons to lead reading groups.  This is a really important time for the kids and we could not do it without parent help, so thank you so much!!  Thank you for committing your time to help our students become the best readers that they can be!

 

One last request,  the kids would really like to have their own headphones or earbuds in their desks for when we use the Chrome Books.  I hope that you will be able to send a set in for them.  

 

Thank you so much for all of your help and support!

 

Looking Ahead:

OCTOBER

Tuesday, October 2, PTC Meeting 6-7 Library

Friday, October 5, Jog-A-Thon, We run at 9:30

Monday, October 8 to Friday, October 12 Minimum Days all week for Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, October 10 Picture Make Up Day

Thursday, October 18  6:00-8:30 Family Science Night/Green World, Healthy People

Monday, November 19th, Begin Book Report in Class

Monday, October 22-Friday, October 26 Fall Break

Wednesday, October 31 Halloween Classroom Celebrations

 

NOVEMBER

Thursday, November 1, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Sunday, November 4th Daylight Savings Time ends

Tuesday, November 6th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, November 8th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Monday, November 12th Veteran's Day, no school

Thursday, November 15, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, November 16 Minimum Day/ End of Trimester 1

Wednesday, November 21- Friday, November 23 Thanksgiving Break

Thursday, November 29th, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

 

DECEMBER

Tuesday, December 4th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Thursday, December 6, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 8th Holiday Free Shopping

Thursday, December 13, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Saturday, December 15th Pancake Breakfast at Alta Sierra

Thursday, December 20, Love and Logic Class at Alta Sierra 5:30-7:00

Friday, December 21, Minimum Day

Saturday, December 22- Sunday January 6th Winter Break, No School

 

JANUARY

Monday, January 7th, Professional Development Day for teachers.  No School For Kids

Tuesday, January 8th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, January 18th Mid-Trimester

Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day, No School

Thursday, January 24th Storybook Night 6:00

Friday, January 25th Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 5th, Begin Book Report in Class

Tuesday, February 5th PTC meeting in the library 6-7

Friday, February 15th President's Day, No School

Monday, February 18th, President's Day, No School

Friday, February, 22nd, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

September 24-28

September 24-28

 

I hope you all enjoyed your first weekend of fall, even though we really aren't feeling it yet with this warm weather.  

 

This week, enrichment classes begin.  Homework Club is also under way.  If you would like your child to participate, let me know and I will send home a permission slip.

 

On Wednesday, we will attend a fun assembly called EchoHero!  The assembly will emphasize no littering, recycling, the use of less plastic and the promotion of reusable items.

 

We had a fun day in the garden on Tuesday.  Thank you so much to the parents who work in our garden and run our produce cart!   The kids had a blast in the garden this past week.  The kids participated in fun activities!  The kids love picking and tasting the fresh vegetables.  They get so excited on Tuesdays when the produce cart is out!

 

Tuesday morning, we will listen to Student Council candidate speeches and have our election immediately following that.  Before the end of the day Tuesday, we will elect classroom representatives.  Anyone wanting to run for class rep will need to be ready to give a one minute speech to the class letting us know why they should be class rep.

 

This Friday marks the end of our mid-trimester.  Please be asking your child how he/she is coming along with his/her ½ way AR goal.  Many students have already met their ½ way goal and some have met their full goal!  Way to go!  We will start our book report the week after next, so students need to have their chapter books finished soon.

 

Just a reminder, the week of October 8-12 are all minimum days for students so that teachers can conference in the afternoons.  I hope this is not too much of an inconvenience for your family!  I am really looking forward to meeting you all and discussing your child with you!  Here is the link for the Sign Up.  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e4eaaa92fa0f58-october

 

In 5th grade, we are starting to work with double digit division.   This is SO difficult for students if they have not mastered their multiplication facts.  If your child is still struggling to pass multiplication in X-TraMath, please support your child at home and practice their facts with them.  Memorization of basic facts is essential to math success.  I will be sending home manipulatives for the kids to use at home as we go through the division unit.  Please encourage kids to use them and to return them in good condition.  

 

We are on spelling Unit 2 Week 2 this week. 

 

 

Kids are really enjoying the Word a Day vocabulary study that we are doing in class.   Thanks for signing their Study Sheets and working with them on the works.  

 

In social studies, 5th graders will read about the American Indians of the Eastern Woodlands.  

 

In science we continue our work on Energy, but I have also introduced Cells and have begun the textbook lessons.  

 

I am hoping that more students will be able to bring in their own earbuds or headphones for our chrome books.  This will really help keep and critters from spreading.  We don't have any reports this year.  Yay!  But it makes a big difference if we don't share headphones.  

 

I sent out reminders for the parent donation of $10 for our field trips this year.  We book the State Capitol for April 11th and are working on a second field trip.  

 

Thank you so much for all of your help and support.

September 17-21

On Tuesday, we go to the garden!  We are so lucky to have this awesome experience available at our school!  The kids love it!  We are still in need of a garden helper.  If you would like to help and come to the garden with us, please let me know.  We go every third Tuesday of the month from 10:20 to 10:50.

 

Thank you to the two parents who came in to help with Reading Groups on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.  Organizing all of the kids in the three upper grade classes was a tremendous project and it all worked out so smoothly.  Again,  if you are available to substitute for these volunteers from time to time please let me know.  

 

After school enrichment forms went home last week.  If your child would like to participate in any of these classes, the forms are due this Wednesday.

 

We are on Spelling Unit 2 Week 1.  Thank you so much for being supportive of having the kids do their spelling homework on line!

 

This week, we are on vocab week 3.  The students are doing great with this program.  

 

We are still learning about ancient Native Americal tribes.  In Science we are focusing on Energy and Ecosystems. 

 

 

In science, we are still focused on water.

 

Our book report is rapidly approaching.  I checked with all of the kids last week, and they all said that they are reading chapter books.  If you could help to make sure that they are finished with their book by October 2rd it would be awesome!

 

Please encourage your child to be taking AR tests.  They need to meet their ½ way goal by September 28.

 

This week, I will be putting together my sign up genius for parent conferences.  If your child lives between two homes, I am hoping that you will coordinate a time and choose one time slot so that I can meet with both parents together and we are all sharing the same information.  As always, fell free to contact me as needed.  

 

On Tuesday we will start having Homework Club in Room 21.  Please let me know if your child is attending.  

 

Please be checking your child’s grades on line.  Let me know if you need help with this!

 

Looking Ahead:

 

SEPTEMBER

Wednesday, September 26 Character Day

Tuesday, September PTC Meeting in the Library 6-7

Friday, September 28, Rally Round the Flag 7:55

 

OCTOBER

Tuesday, October 2, PTC Meeting 6-7 Library

Friday, October 5, Jog-A-Thon

Monday, October 8 to Friday, October 12 Minimum Days all week for Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, October 10 Picture Make Up Day

Thursday, October 18  6:00-8:30 Family Science Night/Green World, Healthy People

Monday, October 22-Friday, October 26

Wednesday, October 31 Halloween Classroom Celebrations