November 15

Quick reminders!!!

  • Your child needs to be at grade level in their Reading and math skills.
  • Therefore, they need to be on Mobymax and Myon everyday or every other day to help them with their skills.
  • If you do not have a computer or tablet at home, your child is welcome to stay after school Mondays-Thursdays to work in the community center.
  • I am able to see what they are doing online on these websites.
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November 15

Quick Important Reminders!

We need to work together to help our students excel!  Please make sure that your child:

  • reads at least 20 minutes a day ( Myon or a book) and writes a summary for their reading log which will be collected every two weeks.
  • logs onto at least 3 times a week and completes their work
  • check their planners to review what they have worked on in class.
  • completes their homework and submits them on time and neat.
  • If they have a redo, they must redo it and submit it the next day.
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October 24

Reading log

Students were given reading logs to fill in showing that they are reading everyday.  Make sure they are reading everyday and that you are signing them reading log.

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October 18

Myon and MobyMax

  • Students need to complete the project on Myon comparing and contrasting state and federal governments.
  • Students need to have their math unit 2 test signed and redone if needed.
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October 13


Do you have a family recipe or an immigrant story to share? Or a story about
your name or family tree? Send it to us and it will be considered for
publication in a community anthology.
For details, visit
The deadline to submit recipes or stories is Tuesday, October 31, 2017.
This is part of our Big Read celebration of Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake.


Call for Entries
16301 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, Michigan  313.943.2330 
NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

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October 13


Calling all Halloween writers!

In partnership with News-O-Matic we are excited to help promote the Spooktacular Story Contest! The writing contest for kids promotes literacy and storytelling — while getting kids excited in the Halloween spirit. Teachers and parents, please encourage your kids to write a Halloween story – spooky or funny, scary or creative, or a bit of both – but let them write it for a chance to get it published! The winning story will be featured on myON NEWS and News-O-Matic and “brought to life” with illustrations!



  • ​​​​​Elementary: Students 10 years old or younger
  • Upper Elementary/Middle School: Students between the ages of 11 and 14.

This contest is open to children in any country in the world.

WHAT: Write a spooky story about Halloween! All submissions must be original work. Stories MUST not be more than 250 words in length. (Longer stories will not be read.) There is no charge to enter, so submit as many stories as you’d like! Submit alone or submit as part of a group. Younger students may also choose to submit a poem.

WHEN: All entries must be submitted by 11:59 P.M. (ET) on Friday, October 20, 2017. Winners will be announced the following week.

HOW: Submit your entry using the form listed to the left. Complete the form and be sure to include your name, a guardian’s e-mail address, and a name for your story.

WHY: Two grand prize winners will be published in a News-O-Matic article and myON NEWS. (There will be one for each age range: 10 and younger and 11 to 14. Each will win a $50 iTunes gift card!


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October 5

Spelling Homework

  • Please check spelling page for detailed explanations of the quality of spelling homework that is expected from the students.
  • Some of the homework is sloppy and unacceptable.
  • Please make sure that your child is following the directions provided
  • Image result for written spelling definitions homework
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October 5

Narrative Writing

  • We are finishing up our personal narrative writing.  As your child may have told you, we completed a timeline of our lives and chose a specific topic to write about.  After modeling how to write a personal narrative, students got to work.  They completed a rough draft and checked each other’s work.  Then they typed their final drafts and submitted them on google classroom.
  • Parents, have your child guide you though google classroom and show you what we have been working on.
  • Please email me at so that I can add you to my google classroom and you can get a peek at what we are doing.
  • Image result for personal narrative
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