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Welcome To Mrs. Cornejo's class!

We are having a terrific first few weeks getting to know each other and sharing our fabulous summer experiences. Your children have adjusted nicely to the school routine, and their eagerness for learning is amazing! It is going to be a wonderful year!
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I look forward to an INCREDIBLE year with you!


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Regular Homework


*Read 20 minutes and record. Reading logs are due Friday.
*Practice Spelling words. See Spelling City on the computer. Test on Thursday. 

*Math- We are working in our Math Book and using  Xtra Math facts practice on the computer


Extra Practice with our math concepts can be found online using the ISE under "Things to Do" and Skill Sets found in the "Library", click on the "Lady in the Red Hat." You can find these helpful web based tools on Student Links under "Think Central." The children have been practicing how to access these helpful tools in our computer lab, so they should be able to show you how to log on to the program.


Please check over your child’s math homework daily for accuracy and completeness. Studies show students learn better when they are given the opportunity to verbalize the steps taken to solve problems. Please allow your child this golden opportunity each evening when completing the math homework to explain to you their logic on a few select problems. If you notice error, you will be able to catch it quickly before it becomes a habit difficult to break. Some of the concepts may seem tricky, so please know ANY strategy you show your child that works is worth learning and sharing in math class.


Xtra Math Fact practice is expected to be completed daily for points. If your child completes facts for 5 days/week they will receive 10 points (A+) for the week, 4 days = 9 points (A-), 3 days = 8 points(B-), 2 days = 7 points(C-), 1 day = 6 points(D-).

When practicing spelling words, it  helps to break the words down into parts (syllables) and focus on the sounds of each part. Please try out Spelling City. Your child will need to register first before they play. It will be helpful to have them use their regular school username and password:

Spelling Ideas to try at home:

  •   ABC order: Write your words in alphabetical order.
  •   Word Sort: Sort your words by vowel sounds, patterns, syllables, etc.
  •   Repetition: Write your words 3 times each
  •   Sentences: Write a sentence for each
  • spelling word.
  •   Word Art: Draw a picture and write your
  • words in the picture.
  •   Story time: Write a short story using all
  • your words.
  •   Creative Letters: Write your words by magazine and glue them on a paper.
  • cutting out letters in an old newspaper or
  •   Pyramid: Write your words adding or will be a pyramid shape of words.
  • subtracting one letter at a time. The result
  •   Good Clean Words: Write your words in surface that can be cleaned safely.
  • shaving cream on a counter or some other
  •   Handwriting: Write each word 3 times in
  • your best handwriting.
  •   Cheer your words: Pretend you are a
  • cheerleader and call out your words!
  •   Sound Words: Use a tape recorder and
  • record your words and their spelling. Then listen to your tape, checking to see that you spelled all the words correctly.
  •   Choo-Choo Words: Write the entire list end-to-end as one long word, using different colors of crayon or ink for different words.
  •   Flashwriting: In a darkened room, use a flashlight to draw letters in the air.
  •   Timer: Get a timer. Set it for 3 minutes. See how many times you can write your words before the timer goes off.
  •   Scramble: Have a parent scramble your spelling words. You unscramble them.

Chalk: Write your words outside using sidewalk chalk.

Letters: Write each word as many times as there are letters in the word.

Out loud: Spell your words out loud 2 times to a brother or sister, mom or dad.

Trace Around: Print your spelling words neatly. Take a colored pen and draw an outline around the word, closely following the shapes of the letters. Close your eyes and remember the shape.

Colorful Words: Use two different color pens to write your spelling words. Use one color to write the consonants and the other for the vowels.

Military spelling: Do jumping jacks, as you clap say a letter to spell your words.

Finger Tracing: Use your finger to spell out each of your words one letter at a time on your Mom or Dad‛s back. Then it‛s YOUR turn to feel and spell. Try to guess the word.

Practice Test: Have an adult give you a practice test.

Scratch n' Sniff: Write letters with glue on paper, and then sprinkle with Jell-O. Makes a super scratch n' Sniff when tracing over the letters.

Computer Words: Have your child type their spelling words ten times each on the computer. Use different colors and fonts and print it out!

Words-in-words: Write your word and then write at least 2 words made from each.

Snap and Spell: Snap on each letter, clap when you say the word at the end.

Create an activity: Can you think of a fun way to do your spelling activities? Try it out.









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Students will be tested on their spelling words on Thursday. We will introduce words each Monday. Students will practice the words using Spelling City throughout the week. Final test given on Thursday. 

Reading Logs will go home on Fridays and will be due the following Friday. We are expecting students to read for 20 minutes and record three complete sentences summarizing what they read. Please initial each entry. For three complete entries, they will receive a B-. For four complete entries, they will receive an A-. For five complete entries, they will receive an A+. They can choose which nights to read.

The following schedule shows the consistent homework assignments for each day. There may be other assignments given. Please check the agenda daily for specific assignments.  

Read 20 Minutes and record in reading log.
Math- One lesson plus Xtra Math facts practice

Read 20 Minutes and record in reading log.
Math- One lesson plus Xtra Math facts practice

Read 20 Minutes and record in reading log.
Math- One lesson plus Xtra Math facts practice

Read 20 Minutes- Signed reading logs due on Friday.
Math- One lesson plus Xtra Math facts practice
Library book due Friday.




October 26-30, 2020

October 26-30, 2020

Happy Fall Break!

The students have been working hard and I am sure they will all enjoy a week off.  Hopefully the weather will cooperate and we can all enjoy some fun activities outside!

Students came home with work to do on Monday, October 26, for the week of October 26th.  They do not have to do any work over the break, but they can certainly begin if they choose to.

We will have a check-in Zoom meeting on Monday, October 26, at 1:00-1:30 for 4th grade, and 1:30-2:00 for 5th grade. Please have your child access the meeting through the link posted in their Google Classroom under their email name. As always, please do not copy the link onto any social media site. If you are unable to join, you may call the school at 272-2319 to check in with me on Monday.

We will be celebrating Halloween in our classroom on Friday, October 30.  Students may come to school in costume.  Please no weapons, full face masks or scary costumes.  We don’t want anyone to have nightmares!  We will do a few academics and then a pumpkin-themed class activity.  If you would like to send a treat it needs to be packaged, not something made at home.  Please do not send anything that contains peanuts, or any other nut, and no sesame seeds, please. Themed trinkets for all students would be fun, too. We have a total of 23 students.

Other donations needed at this time: Bottled water, gourds for Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Parent teacher conferences will be November 23 and 24.  I will be sending out a sign up genius when we return from Fall Break.  These will be in person unless you would like to have a Zoom conference.  There will be a plexiglass divider and we will all wear masks.  Surfaces will be cleaned between conferences.  I really hope to see you all in person so we can talk about your wonderful student.

If you can, please participate in the Read-a-Thon fundraiser that is being sponsored by our wonderful PTC.  This is a fundraiser for the school in lieu of the jog-a-thon.  We hope that it is as successful. It is on now until October 30. All students were shown how to log in their minutes on their Chromebook in class.

Upcoming Dates

Read-a-thon October 12- 30

Fall Break October 19-23

Student Council letter of intent due October 28 (5th Grade Only)

Share Campaign Speech October 29- November 3 (5th Grade)

Halloween Classroom Celebration October 30

Student Council Elections November 3

November 11 Veterans’ Day - no school

Student Council Officers’ Meeting November 16

Parent Conferences November 23- 24 (asynchronous learning days)

Thanksgiving Break November 25-27

First Student Council Meeting November 30

October 12-16, 2020

October 12-16, 2020

I hope that everyone had a wonderful weekend! It is beginning to feel like fall! We will have class all week, but the week of October 19-23 is Fall Break! 

Read-a-Thon officially begins Today! Please refer to the letter sent home in last Thursday's folder for instructions.

Parent-teacher conferences will be held in November. I will send out a Sign Up Genius sometime after Fall Break.

Congratulations to our students who have passed their Multiplication fact quiz! Congratulations to Brian, Kava, Audrey, Carter, Caitlin, Sam, Benny and Jacob D! I know more students are almost ready to pass! Mastering math facts is crucial to overall math success! Fact practice is required and students receive a grade for the facts completed through the week.

Fourth Grade are on spelling words 2.3 this week, and Fifth Grade is on Week 8 Grade 5 words. The words and activities are available on Spelling City. Please complete one activity per day. Grades are recorded on Powerschool.

Thank you for your continued support for our classroom! We received Smarties from Sam last week! The donations to our classroom treasure chest for our weekly "Catch-ya" being good drawing are amazing! The children love to go the extra mile to be recognized. Thank you!

We are getting low on water bottles. If you are able to send in water bottles, the children REALLY appreciate your kind donation.

Thank you all so much for your help and support!





Play Structure Update

Our next Play Structure Play Date is on Friday October 16, 2020.
Please make sure your child is caught up with their work and is ready to turn in all work due on Friday so they earn the full time allowed on the Play Structure.
Please have your child wear appropriate shoes and clothes to play on the new Alta Sierra Play Structure. We’ll wear masks, use social distancing and wash hands before and after use.
Once again, please adhere to our school dress code. Please make sure shorts extend below fingertips, sleeveless shirts have straps wider than 2 fingers, and shoes are secured behind the ankle. Thank you! 

Zoom meeting on Monday...

Please have your child log into their Chromebook on Monday, go to Google Classroom, and touch the link to direct them to join a zoom meeting with me. Fourth grade begins at 10:00, and Fifth grade at 10:30. The link to join our meeting is in our Google Classroom. Due to the security of our students, please do not share the Zoom link on any social media sites. If you are unable to join us via zoom, please call the school at 272-2319 and check in with me between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Thank you!
Fifth grade will also see a Zoom meeting link for an introduction to Student Council. So far we have two class members interested in running for Student Council. You are amazing!
Have a wonderful weekend!

October 5-9, 2020

Happy Monday! Good job to everyone who is doing their distance learning on the Chromebook today! I can see your wonderful progress!

Congratulations to five students who have passed their Multiplication fact quiz! Congratulations to Brian, Kava, Audrey & Carter from Fifth Grade, and Congratulations to Caitlin from Fourth Grade! You are all amazing! Everyone, keep practicing math facts. Mastering math facts is crucial to overall math success!

We are on spelling words 2.2 in 4th grade, and Week 7 words in 5th grade this week. The words and activities are available on Spelling City.

Thank you to all the families who have sent in kind donations for our clay project. We now have enough clay for this project, but if more clay comes in I will store it for upcoming activities.

Thank you also for sending in trinkets for our treasure chest "Catch-ya" drawing! The children LOVE the prizes! Thank you so much!

The next donation needed is for Smartie candies. The students work really hard on their math tests, and they love to find a Smartie roll taped to their "A" papers! It would be wonderful if you could send in a package of Smarties for the class. Thank you!

Please look for information from our librarian, Mrs. Alonso, regarding Read-a-Thon!

A little Covid procedural reminder from the office.... The grass area is not a place for social gatherings.  It has been noticed that families have gotten a little looser following the school's mask and distancing rules at pick up.  All hybrid parents signed an agreement to abide by all rules relating to Covid on school grounds.  Masks need to be worn until students get to their car. If you are waiting for a sibling, your child needs to remain masked and with you, and not running around.  We are trying our best to follow rules, and those procedures need to be followed at pick up too.  Thank you!
The District has updated the 2020-2021 school calendar, and it is posted on the Alta Sierra Website and the Pleasant Ridge District Website. This week will continue as the “normal” hybrid schedule. Conferences have been moved to November 23rd and November 24th, which will be asynchronous learning days for all students. You will receive more information about Parent Conferences as they get closer. 
Thank you and have a wonderful week!

September 29 - October 2, 2020

Happy Monday to everyone!

The students are doing a fantastic job wearing their masks and practicing social distancing.  Let's keep it up so we can stay healthy, stay safe, and stay in school!
Friday folders were sent home loaded with work to do on Monday.  Please help your child to prioritize his/her time. The following assignments are due when they return to school on Tuesday: math lesson 2.4 (4th grade) or 2.5 (5th grade), journal-4th grade or news article-5th grade paragraph of the week - Spelling, 20 minutes of reading, 20 minutes of PE, and any other extra work that was listed on the check-off sheet including missing assignments or work to correct and return. (Remember to do Xtra math facts and check out a library book to pick up on Tuesday.) Please initial each item completed and sign the "Work to Complete" log to return to class on Tuesday.
Science and social studies weekly will be due on Fridays, but students should try to complete some of the work each day, including Monday.  There are a few fun experiments in the science weekly that can be done with items found around the house.  If you are looking for a fun activity you may want to try these with your family.

Spelling City word lists 2.1 (4th Grade) and Week 5 (Fifth Grade) are in Spelling City! 

Wednesday, September 30, marks the end of our mid-trimester. Grades can be checked on Power School. Please remember this is not the final grade for the trimester, and grades can go up or down before the end of the trimester on November 20 when grades are final.

Complex math concepts can be is very difficult for students if they have not mastered their multiplication facts. If your child is still struggling to pass multiplication in Xtra Math, please support your child at home and practice their facts with them. Memorization of basic facts is essential to math success. In addition, PLEASE ask your child to use grid or graph paper computation problems, and check their homework for accuracy. 

Fourth Grade Families - Please continue to send in clay for our California Regions Maps. Thank you to Estevan's family for sending in green clay! We still need one more batch of green, orange, purple, and yellow clay before we begin the project. The recipe was sent home, but you can also find it on my web page or shown below. We received enough plates to get started! However, we now need the clay. Thank you!

Clay Recipe: 1 cup flour 1 tablespoon oil 1 cup water 1⁄2 cup salt 2 teaspoons cream of tartar food coloring (orange, yellow, purple, green) Combine all ingredients in a large saucepan. Place over medium heat. Using a wooden spoon stir constantly. Mixture will be soupy for several minutes. It will suddenly stick together. Remove from heat at this point but continue to stir until mixture is in a ball. Turn the hot ball onto a piece of wax paper until it is cool. Place in a ziplock or air tight container.


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

September 21-25, 2020

The students enjoyed an amazing Art Docent lesson with Mrs. Yoho last week in class via Zoom! Fourth grade studied patterns in art and made Zentangles, and Fifth grade learned about foreground and background. Their art pieces are fantastic! It was both educational and great fun!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend! Monday is a learning day for all students! A file containing work to do was sent home Friday. Please have your child return the work to class on Tuesday. Many assignments are not due until Friday, but I need to see they have started the work. Spelling City, Xtra Math Facts, Think Central/Go Math instruction, and journal writing samples can all be completed on the Chromebook!

We are on Spelling Unit 1.4 (4th Grade) and Spelling Week 4 Grade 5 this week. The assignments are on Spelling City. Thank you so much for being supportive of having your children do their spelling homework online!  They are doing a great job! Please use the spelling contract if the internet is not available, otherwise, please have your child complete the practices assigned under Spelling City.

Xtra Math is available to all of our students who have internet service. Please have your child study the facts daily, M-F, and I will be able to track their progress from my computer. I will begin recording their score on Powerschool, so please make sure they are doing the work online. 

I have begun to add grades on Powerschool. You can view your child's working grade under student links, "Check My Grade". Some students may have a "0" for missing assignments that need to be returned to school. I will often send home any paper scoring below 70% with a note to finish or redo, and return to school within 1 to 2 days to improve the score. Scores are not finalized until the end of the trimester. 

Please begin to send in clay for our California Regions Projects for Fourth Grade. The recipe is on my teacher web page, but I will send home a copy of the Clay Recipe with the class on Tuesday. We will also need one package of Chinette Oval plates. Please email me if you are able to send in plates or clay.

Thank you! I look forward to a wonderful week with your amazing children!



September 14-18, 2020

September 14-18, 2020

I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend and had a productive Monday learning from home!

I will collect student work check-off lists tomorrow. Please sign the slip and initial work completed on the form. Many assignments are due on Friday, but have your child return them to class tomorrow to check in with me.

We are working on spelling 1.3 (4th grade) and Week 3 words for Grade 5. We have four activities on Spelling City to help students prepare for the test. Some students are doing a great job getting the Spelling City routine down! Other students are working from the Spelling Menu. Either way, please have your child practice every night, Monday-Friday. Our test will be given in class on Friday. Please have your child return the Spelling Contract on Friday with your initials by their preferred study choice and sign.

Students are just beginning to practice their math facts on our XtraMath fact program.  Students who finish the Xtra Math Multiplication facts will receive an award! Thank you for supporting fact memorization.  This really helps with computation and all other concepts covered in math this year!

Thank you! Some of our families have donated bottled water to share with the class. We are not using our drinking faucet in class, so sending in bottled water is always appreciated for the students who do not have or have forgotten their water bottle.

Thank you! Some families have made a donation for our classroom treasure chest! This week Samantha brought in several pairs of decorative socks. They were so appreciated! Please send in any item you think the students will work especially hard to earn the chance to win during our Friday Catch-Ya Being Good Drawing.

Please allow your child to bring in a pair of earbuds to use in class with their Chromebook. Many families have left-over earbuds that came with phones they may no longer use. Put the earbuds in a zip lock bag with your child’s name on it to use in class daily. I would like students to keep the earbuds in the classroom if that is okay with you.

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

A word about Chromebooks:

Fourth graders took their Chromebooks and chargers home last week, and I believe our Fifth graders will receive their Chromebooks and chargers early this week! The Chromebook is checked out to them by the Tech Department with an asset number on the back of the Chromebook. Students are to write this number down on the checkout form.

Your child will bring home the policies, checkout and insurance forms. Please read, sign, and return the checkout forms. Almost all of our Fourth Grade students have returned the forms and insurance payment, Fifth Grade students will take home the form when they receive their Chromebook.

Be sure to remind your child to plug in the Chromebook each night and bring it to school in their backpack each day fully charged. You may want to purchase a protective case online for added protection.

When logging into Studies Weekly from the student links by grade level, the password has a twist. Students will login the same as everything else except, in their password at the end of the number, the first letter needs to be capitalized and the second is lowercase. This is only for Studies Weekly!

Students can have the Studies Weekly read to them online and highlight their paper copy as they listen. This earns the credit for reading/listening to the information. We will try this in class on our Chromebooks this week to make sure everyone can do it. Then students will be able to watch the videos in the online version as well.

Book Fair Reminder:

Mrs. Alonso has sent out information to you regarding the Book Fair!

Pictures are Thursday, September 17, 2020. Morning hybrid class is scheduled for picture time at 9:45. The afternoon hybrid class is scheduled for picture time at 1:45.

I look forward to a productive week of learning with your amazing children!


September 7-11, 2020

It was wonderful meeting you at Back to School Night on Zoom! Thank you for logging in to get all the important information to help navigate a successful school year for your child. You are amazing and so are your wonderful children. It's going to be a great year!
I hope everyone enjoyed the holiday weekend break. I can't wait to hear how much fun your children had with you this weekend!
We will work on Spelling 1.2 (4th grade) and Week 2 Grade 5 (5th grade). The words went home on Friday and are also on Spelling City with activities to do if you have access to the program. Your child may check off work on the Spelling Contract and return it to me on Friday. They do not need to complete everything on the spelling contract. Please just make sure they are ready for the spelling test on Friday. It is very difficult to retest this year.
We have picture day on Thursday, September 17! Our time is at 9:45 a.m. for 4th graders, and 1:45 p.m. for 5th graders.
The students are getting ready for the Chapter 1 Math Test. Most students are doing quite well, however please check your child's homework nightly. The Think Central/Go Math ISE and Skill Sets will soon be available to help. Students will begin learning how to access online help when our new chrome books arrive in class! Hopefully they will arrive this week!
Both grade levels are doing a nice job with their Studies Weekly and Science Weekly magazines. Please help as needed by showing your child how to use the text features to access answers accurately. They should use their highlighter pen to note where their answers are found in the text. The science magazines have extra experiments to try. I will offer extra credit for extra work completed!
Please continue reading for the red reading folder (4th grade) and blue reading log (5th grade). The students are doing great! Remember reading is due on Friday, as is the PE log, spelling contract, studies weekly & science weekly magazines. 
I hope you enjoy your Labor Day weekend and I look forward to seeing our students back in class on Tuesday!

Back to School Night

You have been invited to join me for Back to School Night, on Thursday, September 3, 7:15-7:35. This is the confirmed time, so if you received a different time please change it to 7:15-7:35. Your invitation to Zoom was sent today to your email on file with the school. Please contact me if you did not receive your Zoom invitation. Please do not share the Zoom information on social media to keep our meeting secure. Please mute yourself upon joining the meeting. Feel free to jot down any questions you may have and I'll allow time at the end of the meeting for questions. I will announce at the start of the meeting that our meeting will be recorded for the families who are unable to join us for the live Zoom presentation. Thank you and I look forward to seeing you Thursday evening!

August 28-September 4, 2020

August 28-September 4, 2020


Thank you so much for subscribing to our web page! The students completed their first FULL week of school! They learned so much and seemed to be enjoying school! I know I am really enjoying being able to spend time with the class in person!!! They are wonderful children! We are having a great time getting to know each other!

Hopefully you have seen your child’s agenda.  The students took home the "Work to complete on Monday and turn in on Tuesday for Attendance Credit" check-off slip. Please look for it in your child's yellow work folder. I was hoping I could help make things easier for you to monitor your child's work. Please initial work completed on the form and sign it. Return the form and all of the work to class on Tuesday. 

We will begin spelling this week with word list 1.1 (fourth grade), and Grade 5, week 1 words (fifth grade). Students took home the word list today. I explained the procedure with the class and sent home a spelling contract with written instructions. The spelling test will be on Friday, September 4.

Home reading practice starts this week. Today our students took home their Red Reading Folders (fourth) and blue reading slips (fifth), and they will be due on Friday, September 4th. Students are expected to read for 20 minutes each night for five nights or more during the week. Reading homework is due every Friday morning, but I will need to glance at it on Tuesday so I know students read on Monday.

I am looking forward to seeing you all at Back to School night on Thursday, September 3 from 6:40-7:10. I will send the Zoom invitation to the home email you provided the school district as shown on Power School.

Thank you and have a wonderful weekend!

Mrs. Cornejo





Welcome Back to School!

Welcome back to school! We had a wonderful time getting back into the classroom and seeing each other this week! Thank you so much for sending your children to school! They are amazing!

Thank you for subscribing to our web page!  Every week I will post a newsletter for the week and it will automatically be sent to you, as long as you have subscribed to our class web page! 

We had a great week getting to know each other and learning our classroom routines and expectations.  

Many things will look a bit different this year! The first thing I wanted to mention is a message from Mr. Bivens. He wanted you to know:

"Please let parents know that our attendance for Mondays will be based on work completion similar to independent study.  When the student comes back Tuesday, they hand in the Monday work.  The teacher judges if there was a full day of participation."

Hopefully you have seen your child’s agenda.  Please establish the habit of checking your child’s agenda nightly to monitor required classwork and homework.  The students have written a number of items to complete before we meet together again on Tuesday. As stated above, attendance for Monday will be based on completing the work.

We will begin spelling on Friday, August 28 with word list 1.1 found on Spelling City.  I will explain the procedure with the class.

We will start home reading practice this week. Students will take home their Red Reading Folders (Fourth Grade) and Blue Reading Logs (Fifth Grade) on Thursday, August 27, and they will be due on Friday, September 4. Students are expected to read for at least 20 minutes each night for five nights or more during the week. Reading homework is due every Friday morning.

Blue communication folders will be sent home on Thursdays – Please return them on Friday.

I look forward to a wonderful school year with your amazing children!

Mrs. Cornejo

June 2 Classroom Updates...

This is the official last week of school, but for those of you who have not been able to finish your Distance Learning lessons, you will be happy to know you have summer break to catch up! The time you invest in your studies now will help you prepare for fifth grade! You can do it!
If your name does not appear below, please make sure you are working on the paper copies of the assignments that went home in your Distance Learning packets on May 11. I enclosed a protractor and a ruler in the May 11 Distance Learning packet to help with the math workbook assignments, and a tennis ball to enjoy for PE. I miss you all! 
Great job working on your extra/optional computer assignments. I enjoy seeing your online work!
Our most recent weekly summary report for Spelling City shows:
Anthony D, Chloe & Caylee completed one assignment each!
Cayden completed two!
Claire, Simon & Amy completed the most this week - THREE! You are this week's top spellers!
Great job working on Xtra Math! My summary report shows:
Dylan logged in and completed one activity!
Simon, Adelina & Cayden completed two activities!
Landon completed three activities!
Claire completed the most this week! She completed 4 activities!
Landon, Adelina, Mason, Brooke & Amy are getting very close to passing their current level. You can do it!
Madelyn, Claire, Brynna, Brooke, Jacob, Dylan, Adelina & Amy all completed the Think Central/Go Math Chapter 11, Mid Chapter Checkpoint and all scored very well!  Claire, Adelina, Dylan, Jacob & Amy completed the Final Chapter 11 Test on the computer and did an Amazing job! All five students scored an "A"! You are all Smarties! Amy, Dylan, Claire, Jacob & Adelina completed the Chapter 12 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint and everyone did very well! Claire & Adelina completed the Chapter 12 Test and both scored 100%! Congratulations! Adelina completed both the Chapter 13 Mid Chapter Checkpoint, and final Chapter 13 test, and she scored 100% on both! Wow! I am so proud of you! Adelina & Claire completed the Chapter 9, Mid Chapter Checkpoint, and both passed the final Chapter 9 test with 100%! Congratulations Adelina & Claire. You two finished all of the math workbooks for Fourth Grade! You are amazing!
Please have your child complete Go Math chapters 11 & 12 by June 5. Chapters 13 & 9 will be available online over summer vacation to allow time to catch up and prepare for fifth grade! Please remember to watch the Think Central/Go Math ISE to help you with the workbook. It is an extra/optional resource available for our class. Claire finished working on the ISE for Chapter 9! Good job, Claire! No wonder you scored 100% on the final test!
Wow! I am so proud of all of you! Keep up the good work! 
Please check your calendar... We will have our final Zoom meeting for the year tomorrow, Wednesday, June 3 at 11:00. I hope to see as many students as possible! The details have been posted in Google Classroom!
Keep on studying!