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March 25-29, 2019
Due Date: 3/29/2019
Subject: Special Services

Week of March 25-29, 2019 

 

    • April 1-12 - NO LUNCH VISITORS due to 2nd grade Jungle Book pracitces
    • April 11th and 12th - Jungle Book performances (evening)
    • April 19th and 22nd - no school
    • April 23rd - PTA Meeting
    • Please do not send nuts, peanut butter, or peanut butter products with your child to school as we have students with nut allergies. Thank you for your consideration!
    • No checkouts after 2:00.
    • Please wear tennis shoes on your PE day.
    • Students may bring a drink and ONE small snack to enjoy quickly after recess.
    • Students must be present at least 63% of the day to not be counted absent.
    • Typically, if a child comes in later than 9:50 a.m., or gets checked out prior to 12:30 p.m., he or she will be counted as absent.
    • If your child is absent, please send an excuse within 2 days of the absence. Make sure the excuse includes your child's full name, the date of absence, and parent signature. If you have a doctor's excuse, please send that.

 

 

 

 

This week's spelling words:

you, job, much, fish, have, when, such, was, they, what

 

 

 

This Month's Skills in ELA

 -Answer who/what/where/when/why questions.

-Identify the main idea of a text or story.

-Identify supporting details of a story.

-Identify nouns, verbs, adverbs, article adjectives, and adjectives.

-Write basic sentences that make sense. 

(Sentences must start with a capital letter and end in correct puncutation.)

-Order events of a story.

-Write about a text/topic/event, a personal experience, or an opinion.

-Use basic capitalization rules regarding the pronoun "I", people's names, and proper names of places.

 

 

 

 

WEEKLY STORY – Shoes Women Wear

 

 

This Month's Skills in MATH

 

-Identify coins and their values.

-Determine the value of same coins.

-Identify numbers 0-100.

-Subtract single-digit numbers.

-Partition shapes into equal areas (lines of symmetry)

-Add double-digit numbers without regrouping.

-Count mixed coins with values less than $1.00.

 

 

WISH LIST: Lysol or other brand disinfectant spray, band-aids, prize box items, or Dum Dum suckers are always appreciated!

  

 If you ever need to reach me, please send a note in your child’s folder, email me at monica.tingle@dcsms.org, or you may call the school at 662-429-9117 (ext. 1315).