Mrs. Elrod's Newsletter Week of 5-3-19

Lakeshore Happenings:

  • Wednesday, May 8th is an early release day for students. Dismissal at 11:00.
  • Tuesday, May 9th is Chick-Fil-A Night from 5pm to 8pm.
  • Progress reports come home Tuesday.

Student Led Conferences: THURSDAY 3:00 PM TO 5:30 PM

Spring conferences are student-led. Students must attend with parents. Students will be able to share some of the things they have learned this year and share their end of year iReady scores with you. I will be in the classroom to host, but will not be able to discuss detailed student information during this open-house type conference session. The students are excited to share with parents this week!

I will be sending a survey shortly just to determine how many families to expect. Please respond to let me know whether or not you will be coming. Otherwise, I will send information home with your child to share with you there.

Picnic in the Park Basket Items

We have had such a great response on donation items for our class basket. Please send these items in by TUESDAY, MAY 14th. Mrs. Rider will be arranging all of our items in a container.

I've left the link to the sign up below in case you need to remember what you signed up for.

EOG Test proctors needed

We are in need of proctors to assist with EOG testing. If you think you can help, please contact Mr. Saraco at frank_saraco@iss.k12.nc.us

This Week:

Math: On Tuesday, students will take a test on adding and subtracting fractions and multiplying fractions by a whole number. We will then begin a short unit on geometry.

Reading/ELA: Students are learning about first and third person point of view. They are also reviewing theme, and comparing and contrasting paired reading passages.

Spelling/Vocabulary: The test for the last prefix list will be Friday, May 10th. This week's prefixes are: de-, pro-, fore-, sub-, ex-, dis-, and in- (meaning into, as in inhale). Students should have brought home a self-made study guide last week.

Social Studies: Students are learning about the first permanent settlements in North Carolina. Test on NC Studies Weekly #13 on Tuesday. We will then begin a unit on rocks and minerals.


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