- Tuesday, May 14th is Chick-Fil-A Night from 5pm to 8pm.
- Fourth grade EOGs are May 29th and 30th.
- Picnic in the Park is May 31st.
The North Carolina Department of Instruction has released new test items for review and practice. Please see the links below to access this. I highly recommend printing the math EOG and working on this as part of daily math practice. The reading EOG is not printable due to copyright issues, but can be accessed online. I have also included the link to the NCDPI Accountability Services Division site in case you'd like more information on EOGs.
Families who did not attend Student-Led Conferences should expect to see student iReady reports come home on Wednesday. Please sign and return the attached slip as confirmation that your child reviewed their data with you.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Math: On Wednesday, students will take a test on geometry. Skill tested include: identifying parallel and perpendicular lines, identifying lines of symmetry, classifying quadrilaterals, and identifying types of angles (obtuse, acute, or right). Later this week, students will learn more about angle measurement, including learning to measure angles with a protractor.
Reading/ELA: Students are continuing to work with paired passages. We will also do some practice readings with questions to get ready for the End of Grade tests.
Spelling/Vocabulary: No spelling/vocabulary this week
Social Studies: Students are learning how to identify rocks and minerals and learning about the rock cycle. Students may bring rocks to school this week. We will examine the properties of their rocks.