End of Year Emails
I have sent an email to each family regarding end of year activities. Please read the email and reply to me with the requested information. Contact me if you did not receive this email.
Returning and Picking Up Materials
On Thursday, there is an opportunity to drop off school materials at Lindbergh and pick up student belongings that were left before the building closed. Please prepare to follow Ms. Tiba’s instructions: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/juntuna/2020/06/01/pick-up-materials-thursday/
Please make sure you return any school resources you have. Many students in our classroom have my personal classroom materials, and I would like to have these for future years. Here are some common items your student may have:
- Social studies textbooks
- Books from our classroom library (most of them have “Juntunen” written somewhere on the book)
- Book boxes
Schedule for the Week
Please make sure all students are ready to turn in work by Friday, June 5th or earlier, as this is the last day I will be accepting work.
Here are the assignment calendars for this week so students can finish up their assignments:
4th Grade Weekly Schedule:
5th Grade Weekly Schedule:
4th grade: Lesson 2 of Module 6. Watch Knowledge on the Go video and complete the problem set. Due Thursday night. Students also need to have completed lessons 1 and 2 on Zearn by Friday. There will be one assignment on Google Classroom for this due Friday.
5th grade: Lesson 13 of Module 6. Watch Knowledge on the Go video and complete the problem set. Due Thursday night. Students also need to have completed lessons 12 and 13 on Zearn by Friday. There will be one assignment on Google Classroom for this due Friday.
1- LIVE Reading lesson at 12:30 on Big Blue Button! The first five minutes will be socializing and we will begin promptly at 12:35. There will be a recording for students who cannot attend the lesson live. All students should answer the Critical Response Question when they are done.
2- FIFTH GRADE ONLY: ReadWorks. Students should answer the questions after reading the article.
3- Read 30 minutes.
4th Grade: Students will answer the questions on the “social studies check-in” google form to reflect on what they have learned about economics during online learning.
5th Grade: Fifth graders are going to learn about the country after the war by reading , watching, and writing about the Constitutional Convention.
I will be available from 9 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday on the following platforms:
-Remind (link: https://www.remind.com/join/msjuntune)
-Teacher Office Hours are today from 3 pm to 3:30 pm on Big Blue Button. Students just need to log into Big Blue Button between 3:00 and 3:30 to get their questions answered.
-I can also set up a phone call with you for the following day if you need support that cannot be fully addressed over Remind or email. Since I will also be focusing on my family during this time, I cannot guarantee a same-day phone call.