June 12, 2019

Fifth Grade Families,

Here we are at the end of fifth grade…  Your child is a little bit older, a little bit taller, and a whole lot smarter!  It has been my pleasure and privilege to watch their character, personality, and intellect develop day-by-day.  They are some really amazing young people!

Throughout the year we learned new things together.  This year we have lived, studied, learned, laughed, sang, and grown together.  We have become a classroom family and will always have a bond with one another.

I would love to hear about the exciting things that your child is up to in the future.  Please don’t hesitate to keep in touch to share their exciting moments! Wherever they go, whatever they may do, and whoever they become, I look forward to the day when I hear their name linked with whatever their accomplishments may be.  I also cannot wait to watch them walk back down the hallways of their elementary school in their caps and gowns as Arno graduates in 2026!

Thank you for sharing your child with me this school year!  I hope you have a safe and relaxing summer!

Love,

Erin Higgins

 

June 6, 2019

Last Minute Information!

I cannot believe that we are in the final countdown of days this year.  It really seems like just a few days have passed since your children entered my fifth grade classroom in September!!!

Movie Day

On Friday in the afternoon, we will be watching a movie in class.  Students are welcome to bring in an extra snack and drink to have during the movie!  Please keep all snack Peanut/Tree nut Free since we will be eating them in the classroom!


Monday – The Last Full Day

This will be the last day that students will be bringing their backpacks to school.  We have cleaned out the majority of the books from our desks and cubbies.  So Monday will be the last day for bringing backpacks to school.


Fifth Grade Celebration

The Fifth grade celebration ceremony will be on Wednesday Morning in the gym at Arno.  It will begin at 9:00, a.m., on Wednesday June 12.  The ceremony will last approximately 1 hour.   There will be a brunch for the students following the ceremony.  While parents and other family members are welcome to come to the ceremony, the brunch will be STUDENTS ONLY due to limited space in the cafeteria.


Last Day Clap-out

On the last day, the 5th graders are applauded by the rest of the Arno students as they exit the school!  The clap out will be Thursday, June 11.  The fifth graders will exit through the main office doors a few minutes early, maybe around 11:15-20ish.  Parents may gather by those doors for last day photo opportunities as they meet their students who will exit the building for the last time as Arno students.  The rest of the Arno students will be lining the hallways on the inside of the building, so parents will have to wait outside the building.

 


Summer Birthdays!

Happy Birthday in June to Gabby, Marissa, and Rico!

Happy Birthday in July to Jordyn and Sammie!

Happy Birthday in August to Sam, Jacob, Isabella, Hannah, and Maddie!

May 28, 2019

 


Middle School Orientation

Last Thursday, May 16 the guidance counselors from Allen Park Middle School came to Arno to meet with the fifth graders.  They spoke with the students about the different expectations for next year, and be able to answer some questions that the students may have.  Last week the students brought home information from this presentation in their Friday Folder.  You will find the following information:

1.  Summer Book Report Packet: All students are expected to read two books and complete 2 book reports over the summer.  The guidelines are explained on the blue pieces of paper.  The book reports will be due the first Friday of 6th grade, and will be part of their Language Arts Grade!  I have also decided to send home one more Scholastic Book Order if you would like to order books for your child to use to complete this Middle School assignment.  This is also in your child’s Friday Folder.
2.  Health Form:  The green health form will need to be filled out and returned to the school. Additional copies are available on the website if you need it.
3.  Information about how to use a combination lock:  Students will need to be able to open a standard combination lock for their lockers.  The locks on the lockers are permanent, but they may need their own lock for their gym locker if they take Phys. Ed.

Fifth Grade Celebration

Our 5th Grade Celebration will be on Wednesday June 12, from 9:00-11:00.  After the awards ceremony there will be a brunch for the students.  To help offset the costs for the food, decorations, and 5th grade gift, we are asking that the students bring in a $1.00-$5.00 donation.  You can have your child bring this in to their teacher by May 31.


Reproductive Health

We are beginning this unit this week.  Permission Slips came home last week.  They were due this week.  Please let me know if you have any questions.


Junior Achievement

We have a representative coming to speak with the students about economics.  Mr. Paul will come in on Thursdays for a 5-week course for Junior Achievement.


Respect, Responsibility and Safety

These are the 3 major points outlined in our PBIS program here at Arno.

As we are getting closer to the end of the year, student behavior in general is getting a little relaxed.  Currently, I have had conversations (with the whole group, and individuals),  and I have even given some warnings.  In my experience, behaviors will  only get worse as the school year draws closer to the end.  So please be sure to speak with your child about the importance of being respectful, responsible and safe at school.

Thank you for your support at home.  It is greatly appreciated!


Parent Connect

We are in the middle of the third trimester. Make sure that you have logged on to check out your child’s grades!!!  Please let me know if you don’t know how to log-on and I will help you get the information you need.

Did you know that you can  check to see if they are turning in work and view your child’s grades through Parent Connect?  It is a great way to check and make sure that when you child tells you they don’t have any homework – they really don’t have any homework!  If you need PIN and password, contact Mrs. Cathy Anderson in the school office!

Info on Parent Connect from the district website:

  • You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection.
  • ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
  • To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child’s school.
  • If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
  • Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system

May 20, 2019

Reading

We will be taking a short break from the Journey’s book to read a class novel.  Our class will be reading Swindle, by Gordon Korman


Middle School Orientation

Last Thursday, May 16 the guidance counselors from Allen Park Middle School came to Arno to meet with the fifth graders.  They spoke with the students about the different expectations for next year, and be able to answer some questions that the students may have.  Last week the students brought home information from this presentation in their Friday Folder.  You will find the following information:

1.  Summer Book Report Packet: All students are expected to read two books and complete 2 book reports over the summer.  The guidelines are explained on the blue pieces of paper.  The book reports will be due the first Friday of 6th grade, and will be part of their Language Arts Grade!  I have also decided to send home one more Scholastic Book Order if you would like to order books for your child to use to complete this Middle School assignment.  This is also in your child’s Friday Folder.
2.  Health Form:  The green health form will need to be filled out and returned to the school. Additional copies are available on the website if you need it.
3.  Information about how to use a combination lock:  Students will need to be able to open a standard combination lock for their lockers.  The locks on the lockers are permanent, but they may need their own lock for their gym locker if they take Phys. Ed.
There is a Parent Meeting on Tuesday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Middle School cafeteria.  Any questions you may have about Middle School will be answered then!

There will also be a Parent Meeting on Tuesday, May 21.  This meeting will take place at Allen Park Middle School at 6:30.   Parents will meet in the cafeteria and be able to hear about different expectations for middle school, and teachers and administration will be able to answer questions that you may have.


Fifth Grade Celebration

The 5th Grade Celebration will take place on Wednesday June 12, from 9:00-11:00.  There will be an awards ceremony followed by a brunch for students.  There will be an email sent with more information.


Scholastic Book Order

I decided to do one final book order so that students would be able to order books that may be needed for their summer book reports.  In order to ensure that the books are in before school is out.  Orders are due this week.

Final book orders are due Thursday, May 23, 2019!

If you are ordering anything as a gift, please let me know and I will contact you to arrange the pick-up once the order is in!

You can order online at: https://clubs.scholastic.com

Our class code is M8CBH


Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday to Isaac and Cameron who celebrate their birthday this month!


Junior Achievement

We have a representative coming to speak with the students about economics.  Mr. Paul will come in on Thursdays for a 5-week course for Junior Achievement.


Respect, Responsibility and Safety

These are the 3 major points outlined in our PBIS program here at Arno.

As we are getting closer to the end of the year, student behavior in general is getting a little relaxed.  Currently, I have had conversations (with the whole group, and individuals),  and I have even given some warnings.  In my experience, behaviors will  only get worse as the school year draws closer to the end.  So please be sure to speak with your child about the importance of being respectful, responsible and safe at school.

Thank you for your support at home.  It is greatly appreciated!


Parent Connect

We are in the middle of the third trimester. Make sure that you have logged on to check out your child’s grades!!!  Please let me know if you don’t know how to log-on and I will help you get the information you need.

Did you know that you can  check to see if they are turning in work and view your child’s grades through Parent Connect?  It is a great way to check and make sure that when you child tells you they don’t have any homework – they really don’t have any homework!  If you need PIN and password, contact Mrs. Cathy Anderson in the school office!

Info on Parent Connect from the district website:

  • You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection.
  • ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
  • To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child’s school.
  • If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
  • Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system

May 13, 2019

Reading

We will be taking a short break from the Journey’s book to read a class novel.  Our class will be reading Swindle, by Gordon Korman


M-Step Testing is over

We have finished the M-Step!

In May, we will be wrapping up more end of the year testing with the NWEA and the BAS Reading Assessment!  Please continue to encourage your child to try their best each day at school!


Middle School Orientation

This Thursday, May 16 the guidance counselors from Allen Park Middle School will come over to meet with the fifth graders.  They will talk about the different expectations for next year, and be able to answer some questions that the students may have.

There will also be a Parent Meeting on Tuesday, May 21.  This meeting will take place at Allen Park Middle School at 6:30.   Parents will meet in the cafeteria and be able to hear about different expectations for middle school, and teachers and administration will be able to answer questions that you may have.

 


Fifth Grade Parent Meeting

The time is here!!

We will be having a 5th grade celebration parent meeting on Thursday, May 16, at 6:30 in the cafeteria.  The celebration will be held on Wednesday, June 12th at 9am.  Immediately following the award ceremony, the students will enjoy a student only brunch in the cafeteria.

This meeting will be to discuss decorations for the gym and cafeteria and food for the brunch.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you and I look forward to seeing you

 


Junior Achievement

We have a representative coming to speak with the students about economics.  Mr. Paul will come in on Thursdays for a 5-week course for Junior Achievement.


Respect, Responsibility and Safety

These are the 3 major points outlined in our PBIS program here at Arno.

As we are getting closer to the end of the year, student behavior in general is getting a little relaxed.  Currently, I have had conversations (with the whole group, and individuals),  and I have even given some warnings.  In my experience, behaviors will  only get worse as the school year draws closer to the end.  So please be sure to speak with your child about the importance of being respectful, responsible and safe at school.

Thank you for your support at home.  It is greatly appreciated!


Parent Connect

We are in the middle of the third trimester. Make sure that you have logged on to check out your child’s grades!!!  Please let me know if you don’t know how to log-on and I will help you get the information you need.

Did you know that you can  check to see if they are turning in work and view your child’s grades through Parent Connect?  It is a great way to check and make sure that when you child tells you they don’t have any homework – they really don’t have any homework!  If you need PIN and password, contact Mrs. Cathy Anderson in the school office!

Info on Parent Connect from the district website:

  • You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection.
  • ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
  • To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child’s school.
  • If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
  • Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system

April 29, 2019

Can you believe that…

This year is just flying by!


Reading

We will be taking a short break from the Journey’s book to read a class novel.  Our class will be reading Swindle, by Gordon Korman

 


Math:  Chapter 14 – Surface Area and Volume

By the end of the chapter, students will be able to:

  • Building Solids using cubes
  • Draw cubes and rectangular prisms
  • Measure surface area
  • Understand and measure volume of different shapes

M-Step Testing is over

We have finished the M-Step!

In May, we will be wrapping up more end of the year testing with the NWEA and the BAS Reading Assessment!  Please continue to encourage your child to try their best each day at school!


Garden Club

The club will meet On Monday’s after school with Mrs. Jensen if you signed up for it.

If you have further questions, contact:

  • Mrs. Jensen -jensen@appublicschools.com
  • Mrs. Bleau – bleau@appublicschools.com

Before School Yoga

Who: All students Grade K-5 are welcome!
When: 8:10-8:25 a.m. every Thursday
Where: The Arno Elementary School Gym
*please enter through the main office doors*
Why: Yoga at an early age encourages self-esteem
and body awareness. Fostering cooperation and
compassion is a great gift to give our children. Children
derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it
enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and
body awareness. In addition, their concentration and
sense of calmness and relaxation improves.
Have Questions?
Contact
Miss DiCarlo at dicarlo@appublicschools.com
Mrs. Watson at watson@appublicschools.com

Junior Achievement

We have a representative coming to speak with the students about economics.  Mr. Paul will come in on Thursdays for a 5-week course for Junior Achievement.


Respect, Responsibility and Safety

These are the 3 major points outlined in our PBIS program here at Arno.

As we are getting closer to the end of the year, student behavior in general is getting a little relaxed.  Currently, I have had conversations (with the whole group, and individuals),  and I have even given some warnings.  In my experience, behaviors will  only get worse as the school year draws closer to the end.  So please be sure to speak with your child about the importance of being respectful, responsible and safe at school.

Thank you for your support at home.  It is greatly appreciated!


Parent Connect

We are in the middle of the third trimester. Make sure that you have logged on to check out your child’s grades!!!  Please let me know if you don’t know how to log-on and I will help you get the information you need.

Did you know that you can  check to see if they are turning in work and view your child’s grades through Parent Connect?  It is a great way to check and make sure that when you child tells you they don’t have any homework – they really don’t have any homework!  If you need PIN and password, contact Mrs. Cathy Anderson in the school office!

Info on Parent Connect from the district website:

  • You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection.
  • ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
  • To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child’s school.
  • If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
  • Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system

April 22, 2019

Reading

We will be taking a short break from the Journey’s book to read a class novel.  Our class will be reading Swindle, by Gordon Korman

 


Math:  Chapter 14 – Surface Area and Volume

By the end of the chapter, students will be able to:

  • Building Solids using cubes
  • Draw cubes and rectangular prisms
  • Measure surface area
  • Understand and measure volume of different shapes

M-Step Testing is here:

We will be wrapping up our M-Step Testing this week with the Math M-Step.  Please be sure that your child arrives to school on time, and has a good night sleep and healthy breakfast.

Testing can be daunting, and tiresome, so I do try to limit the amount of homework that is coming home.  Please note, that this test does not define your child as a student.  I see the effort they put into school each day, and I know what they are capable of.  I don’t want them to stress about the test, or have any sort of anxiety, but I DO expect that they put forth their very best effort and give it their best work!

Please encourage that at home!


Garden Club

The club will meet On Monday’s after school with Mrs. Jensen if you signed up for it.

If you have further questions, contact:

  • Mrs. Jensen -jensen@appublicschools.com
  • Mrs. Bleau – bleau@appublicschools.com

Before School Yoga

Who: All students Grade K-5 are welcome!
When: 8:10-8:25 a.m. every Thursday
Where: The Arno Elementary School Gym
*please enter through the main office doors*
Why: Yoga at an early age encourages self-esteem
and body awareness. Fostering cooperation and
compassion is a great gift to give our children. Children
derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it
enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and
body awareness. In addition, their concentration and
sense of calmness and relaxation improves.
Have Questions?
Contact
Miss DiCarlo at dicarlo@appublicschools.com
Mrs. Watson at watson@appublicschools.com

Junior Achievement

We have a representative coming to speak with the students about economics.  Mr. Paul will come in on Thursdays for a 5-week course for Junior Achievement.


Parent Connect

We are in the middle of the third trimester. Make sure that you have logged on to check out your child’s grades!!!  Please let me know if you don’t know how to log-on and I will help you get the information you need.

Did you know that you can  check to see if they are turning in work and view your child’s grades through Parent Connect?  It is a great way to check and make sure that when you child tells you they don’t have any homework – they really don’t have any homework!  If you need PIN and password, contact Mrs. Cathy Anderson in the school office!

Info on Parent Connect from the district website:

  • You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection.
  • ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
  • To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child’s school.
  • If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
  • Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system

Pictures from Last week

April 15, 2019

Reading

This weeks Story: Tucket’s Travels

Genre: Historical Fiction

Reading Skills: Sequence of Events, Figurative Language, and Visualizing

Grammar: Verbs – Be and Have

We are continuing this story this week due to M-Step testing


Math:  Chapter 14 – Surface Area and Volume

By the end of the chapter, students will be able to:

  • Building Solids using cubes
  • Draw cubes and rectangular prisms
  • Measure surface area
  • Understand and measure volume of different shapes

M-Step Testing is here:

We have begun our Spring testing with the M-Step.  Please be sure that your child arrives to school on time, and has a good night sleep and healthy breakfast.

Testing can be daunting, and tiresome, so I do try to limit the amount of homework that is coming home.  Please note, that this test does not define your child as a student.  I see the effort they put into school each day, and I know what they are capable of.  I don’t want them to stress about the test, or have any sort of anxiety, but I DO expect that they put forth thier very best effort and give it their best work!

Please encourage that at home!


Garden Club

Garden Club starts today if you signed up for it!  The club will meet in Mrs. Jensen’s room today.

If you have further questions, contact:

  • Mrs. Jensen -jensen@appublicschools.com
  • Mrs. Bleau – bleau@appublicschools.com

Before School Yoga

Who: All students Grade K-5 are welcome!
When: 8:10-8:25 a.m. every Thursday
Where: The Arno Elementary School Gym
*please enter through the main office doors*
Why: Yoga at an early age encourages self-esteem
and body awareness. Fostering cooperation and
compassion is a great gift to give our children. Children
derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it
enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and
body awareness. In addition, their concentration and
sense of calmness and relaxation improves.
Have Questions?
Contact
Miss DiCarlo at dicarlo@appublicschools.com
Mrs. Watson at watson@appublicschools.com

Parent Connect

We are in the middle of the third trimester. Make sure that you have logged on to check out your child’s grades!!!  Please let me know if you don’t know how to log-on and I will help you get the information you need.

Did you know that you can  check to see if they are turning in work and view your child’s grades through Parent Connect?  It is a great way to check and make sure that when you child tells you they don’t have any homework – they really don’t have any homework!  If you need PIN and password, contact Mrs. Cathy Anderson in the school office!

Info on Parent Connect from the district website:

  • You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection.
  • ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
  • To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child’s school.
  • If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
  • Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system

April 8, 2019

 

Reading

This weeks Story: Tucket’s Travels

Genre: Historical Fiction

Reading Skills: Sequence of Events, Figurative Language, and Visualizing

Grammar: Verbs – Be and Have


Math:  Chapter 13 – Properties of triangles and 4-sided figure

By the end of the chapter, students will be able to:

  • Classify Triangles
  • Measure the angles of a triangle
  • Apply the properties of a right, isosceles, and equilateral triangles to measure angles
  • Understand and apply the properties of a parallelogram, rhombus, and trapezoid

 

 


M-Step Vocabulary Practice Continues!

Thank you for your help and support with the M-Step Vocabulary.  Students have been doing a nice job studying and reviewing the weekly vocabulary words.  Please continue to work with your students.  This week will be the last quiz.

Many students are not completing the wordsearch that comes with each list of definitions.  This wordsearch is worth 1 extra credit point on the quix, and helps the students study.  Please encourage your child to complete this activity.

Students received the Week #12 words today.  The quiz will be on Friday 4/12/19

Week #12 Words:

  1. Petrify: to cause extreme fear
  2. Protagonist: the main character in a story
  3. Vivid: seeming like real life because it is very clear, bright, or detailed
  4. Argumentative: having or showing a tendency to disagree with others
  5. Closure: the end of something
  6. Tone: quality, feeling, or attitude expressed by the words that someone uses in speaking, or writing
  7. Contradict: to disagree
  8. Tension: a feeling of nervousness that makes you unable to relax
  9. Credible: able to be believed
  10. Thesis: a statement that someone wants to discuss or prove
  11. Transition: to change from one thing to another
  12. Sensory: of, or relating to your physical senses.

*These words were sent home on Friday April 12, 2019!


M-Step Homework Practice Continues

The Sixth and Final homework packet came home before break.  It will be due on Thursday, April 11!  The packet is intended to help students prepare for the M-Step test that will be happening in April.  Please be sure to look over this with your child.  Students receive credit for completion.  Be sure to work with your child at home to complete the practice activities.


Garden Club

Notes came home regarding the Gardening club today.

Beginning April 15, Carden Club will be meeting in the Courtyard on Monday (3:35-4:30)  We invite all 3rd-5th graders and their families to join us in establishing and sustaining a beautiful courtyard.  The courtyard will include Michigan Native plants, an outdoor classroom, and salad gardens.

Please sign up through the Sign-Up Genius Link by Friday April 12, 2019.  We are limited to 30 members.  Enrollment will be on a first-come basis.  A $5.00 donation per student is appreciated to help cover the cost of supplies.

Garden Club Sign up

If you have further questions, contact:

  • Mrs. Jensen -jensen@appublicschools.com
  • Mrs. Bleau – bleau@appublicschools.com

April Birthdays!

Happy Birthday to Tony and Alexis!


Before School Yoga

Who: All students Grade K-5 are welcome!
When: 8:10-8:25 a.m. every Thursday
Where: The Arno Elementary School Gym
*please enter through the main office doors*
Why: Yoga at an early age encourages self-esteem
and body awareness. Fostering cooperation and
compassion is a great gift to give our children. Children
derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it
enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and
body awareness. In addition, their concentration and
sense of calmness and relaxation improves.
Have Questions?
Contact
Miss DiCarlo at dicarlo@appublicschools.com
Mrs. Watson at watson@appublicschools.com

Parent Connect

We are in the middle of the second trimester. Make sure that you have logged on to check out your child’s grades!!!  Please let me know if you don’t know how to log-on and I will help you get the information you need.

Did you know that you can  check to see if they are turning in work and view your child’s grades through Parent Connect?  It is a great way to check and make sure that when you child tells you they don’t have any homework – they really don’t have any homework!  If you need PIN and password, contact Mrs. Cathy Anderson in the school office!

Info on Parent Connect from the district website:

  • You must have a PIN and Password to log into ParentConnection.
  • ParentConnection is a web program that allows parents to view information about their child.
  • To receive a PIN and passwords for ParentConnection contact your child’s school.
  • If you have more than one account to view your children, please contact the school office.
  • Make sure to insert your email after logging into ParentConnection.  Inserting your email will allow you to access the automated password reminder system

March 25, 2018

There isn’t much to report this week, as we will spend most of the week at Camp.  The following information was sent out last week:

 On Tuesday, March 26th – Thursday, March 28 Arno, Bennie and Lindemann students will be attending YMCA Camp Storer. The following information will tell you where to meet, what time to be there, and what time your child will be returning from camp.

 

Time to be at departure site: 9:00 am on Tuesday, March 26th

Where the departure site is: Sears parking lot on Southfield in Lincoln Park.

Please be dressed for the weather. Do not pack your boots, hats, gloves if it is cold. You should be dressed to be outside when you get on the bus.

Please pack your bedding and pillow in the plastic bag that we are providing. It is color coded for your school. Make sure you can lift your own suitcase, because everyone will be responsible for transporting their own items to and from their own cabins.  Luggage with wheels is not recommended as you will be trying to wheel them over grass or mud

or snow.

Please do not pack any medication in your suitcase. Put any medication (in original containers with names on them) in a clear Ziploc bag. Put your name and school on the bag with permanent marker.. It will be collected prior to getting on the bus, and will be returned to you when you return from camp.

Return from camp: We will return at approximately 1:45 – 2:00.  You will meet your child at your home school. Luggage will be delivered to the school and should arrive either with the students, or prior to students returning home. You will have to pick up your child’s medication from the office before you leave the school on Thursday.

 


Pictures from Last Week:

Ed McCann, and AP City Council Member, came to read to our class!

We also had an assembly with Mr. Peace.  He shared motivational messages to encourage the students to keep trying, even when things are difficult!

On Friday, a former student of mine came to read to our class.  She is in school for elementary education.  The students enjoyed her visit!


Also, don’t forget:

Friday, March 28th- Half day of school.  Dismissal is at 11:30.

Spring Break: March 30-April 7!

We return to school on Monday, April 8, 2019