SCHOOL NEWS

April 13 - April 19

April 15-18 – Book Fair

April 18 – Grandparents’ Day-Early Dismissal-No After School Care

April 19 – Good Friday-No School-No Holiday Care

April 22 – Travel Day-No School-No Holiday Care

April 22 – Field Day T-shirt Order Deadline

April 25&26 – Individual Spring Pictures

April 26 – Muffins for Moms

April 29-May 3 – Teacher Appreciation Week

May 3 – ½ Day of School

May 6-10 – Health Week

May 6-10 – Sock it for Kids with Cancer Collection 

May 10 – Last 2018-2019 AR Testing Day

May 10 – Field Day

May 15 – K3/K4 Field Day

May 17 – K3/K4 Year End Program

May 22 – K5 Graduation

May 23 – 5thGrade Graduation

May 23 – Last Day of School for 1st-4thGrade

  •  Our Book Fair will begin Monday, April 15, and end on Thursday, April 18.

The theme will be Dino-Mite, and will be located in the Underground.

Fair hours are:

Monday – Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

  • Grandparents’ Day is Thursday, April 18.  Please note that April 18 is an early dismissal day and after school care will not be available.

Students should dress according to their classroom assignment below.

K3/K4: Nice spring outfits…lots of pastel colors

K5: Ateca and Williams - plain yellow shirt and blue jeans

       Stubblefield - plain black shirt and blue jeans

1st: Red, black, or bright yellow shirts with blue jeans

2nd: Overalls/jeans and flannel/plaid shirts

3rd: Nice spring outfits…lots of pastel colors

4th: Blue jeans and red/white/blue on top

5th: Blue jeans and black, grey, or white PLAIN t-shirt

  • Join us on Monday, April 29, for a special retirement reception honoring Cathy Creed.  The reception will be held in the main floor foyer by the elevator beginning at 3:00 p.m.

  • Please be aware of the speed limits around our school.  We have had several complaints of speeding during drop off and dismissal


Fourth Grade Overview

April 15 - 18

BIBLE: We’ll turn our focus to Jesus and the cross with Easter approaching. No new memory work as we will continue in Psalm 139:1-3 (ESV).

LANGUAGE ARTS: With April being National Poetry Month, we are spending some time reading, creating, and enjoying poetry. Students are also learning some of the various elements that make poetry unique.

READING: We will finish our ILLUSTRATIONS unit with testing Monday through Wednesday. We will have games and other study activities to enhance the unit. Study materials for ILLUSTRATIONS are in binders. Please take a few minutes each night to review vocab, focus, pattern statement and process questions #1, 2, 4 (amended), and 5. Vocabulary test will be on Monday, April 15, Skills test will be on Tuesday, April 16, and the Performance test will be on Wednesday, April 17.

SPELLING: A new list is in binders. The activity sheet is due on Friday, April 12, and our test will be on Wednesday, April 17, due to ERB testing.

MATH:  Now that testing is over we will go head on into converting measurements.

SCIENCE: Students will examine the major organs and functions of the respiratory and circulatory systems.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Grandparents’ Day: April 18 (4th graders are to wear blue jeans with a red, white, and/or

blue shirt)

½ Day of School: April 18

Easter Break: April 19-22 (return to school Tuesday, April 23)

*Homeroom Teachers will be contacting you about year-end conferences soon.