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Thank you and Happy Summer Break

Thank you to everyone who sent cards and gifts! I truly appreciate your kindness and generosity. I have really enjoyed working with your students this year. I really grow to love all my students each year! I will miss them a lot! I sent home math and handwriting to work on over the summer. It is important to do some kind of academics over the summer so that students keep using their brains and don’t get the summer slide (loss of skills) over break. Students will get a prize for any books they complete over the summer, if they bring them back to me next year. I hope everyone has a wonderful, fun and restful summer. ENJOY! See you next year! Mrs. Keebler

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Field Day is Moving to Tomorrow

Field day is being moved to tomorrow due to rain and storms on Wednesday.

Your child needs to bring a towel and water bottle. (frozen bottles work great on hot days)

We will spend the morning outside doing station rotations and then in the afternoon the fire truck will be coming. The kids can get wet with the fire truck as it sprays us in the back parking lot.

**Due to bathroom space issues we will not be able to change after the fire truck. You can either take your child home after the event (around 230) OR we will play on the playground after until we dry off.  If you take your child home please check out with your teacher!!!!

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This Week News

It is the last week of school! This week we will be wrapping things up, celebrating summer birthdays and closing up the classroom for the summer.

Monday – Bring your backpacks, we will be cleaning out our desks, I will be sending home any unfinished workbooks to complete over the summer. Doing academics over the summer will help your brain avoid the summer slide. Summer slide is when kid”s reading and math levels go down during the summer and they lose their progress they made during the school year. I will give a prize to anyone who returns a completed book in the fall.

Tuesday is not an early release. Dismissal at our regular time. Picnic day – Bring a beach towel and we will eat outside.

Wednesday – is field day in the morning

Thursday is summer birthday party (Mo, Youssef and Noah) and end of the year party – feel free to bring a treat or food to share with the class. Does anyone want to buy pizza for the class?

Friday – last day of school 1/2 day. Dismissal at 12:05 Enjoy your summer!

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Natural Disaster Computer Projects

Here is the link to our Natural Disaster Computer Projects. Students had a lot of fun using a program called Adobe Express Create. They were able to take our research reports and turn them into a movie or animation. The best way to view these would be on a Dearborn Chromebook or computer that has Adobe. You probably won’t be able to view these on your phone. Enjoy!

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Missing work and trip tomorrow

Any missing work that is not complete must be turned in tomorrow. This include the paper and electronic copies of the Natural Disaster project, all magazines and pamphlets. Tomorrow is the last day of the marking period and we will be on a field trip ALL day. Put the papers in the box in the morning.

Kensington trip tomorrow:

Chaperones who are riding the bus please let your teacher know that you have arrived and then wait in the cafeteria.

If you are driving and planning on meeting us there please send me an email so I know not to wait for you at school. Please arrive on time we will be leaving at 9:00.

Please pack a lunch

Please wear Howe t-shirt or red shirt, long pants, close toed shoes, bug spray for mosquitos and ticks. Please wear a smile and a good attitude!

Group 1 -5th graders and Katibs (Noah/Mia) and Nassers

Group 2 -3rd and 4th grades

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Kensington field trip, Friday

Thank you to everyone who volunteered to drive to our field trip. If the people who volunteered to try take their children in their cars with them, then we should have plenty of room on the bus for everyone.

Please remember to pack a lunch, wear clothes toe shoes, long pants and bug spray for mosquitoes and ticks.

Chaperones please arrive before 9:00 check in with your teacher and wait in the cafeteria.

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This Week’s News

Kensington Field Trip – This Friday, May 31st. 9 AM-4PM Please pack at LUNCH, wear closed toed shoes (NO SANDALS, FLIP FLOPS OR CROCS), wear a red t-shirt or a Howe School shirt. Wear long pants or use bug spray for mosquitos and ticks. I think we have enough space for parents, thanks to the parents that volunteered to drive themselves. I will be working with Mr. Zamora and Ms. Polster to create a chaperone list. If you have a chaperone preference please contact your teacher. If you are going directly to the park, please let your teacher know, we will be meeting at the Nature Center about 9:45. If you have any questions please email me at or send me a Class Dojo message. If you are chaperoning please check in with your teacher, so she knows you have arrived and wait in the cafeteria.

The grades are due by the end of the week. Please try to have any missing work in by Wednesday or Thursday at the latest to give me time to grade and record everything. We are going to concentrate on getting everything complete this week, we will get more math completed at time permits.

Math – We will be taking the topic C quiz on Tuesday, make sure that everyone is caught up with their lessons up to lesson 16.

ELA – We are on the final week of Benchmark. We will be studying Unit 10 Week 3– Spelling – Related Words, Grammar Possessives

Writing Project – We have been creating reports on Natural Disasters. The final drafts were due last Friday. Students are now using a program called Adobe Express Create to make their project digital. This should be complete by Thursday also. When the projects are complete we will be displaying on Padlet and sharing them with the parents. Ask your child how they are doing on their report.

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This week’s news

Alirida is Star of the Week

Kensington Field Trip – May 31st 9:00-4:00 – Please pack a lunch and wear your school t-shirt or red.

We only have 15 seats available on the bus for parents on the Kensington Field Trip on May 31st.  We currently have 25 chaperones.  If you prefer to drive or can carpool with another parent, please let us know as soon as possible.  If we get enough volunteers to drive then it is all set.  If not we may need to have a lottery to pick the parents on the bus. Also if you have students that you would prefer to chaperone please let me know. We will be assigning chaperones to students soon.

Missing Assingments – The marking period is ending at the end of next week. All missing work will be due by Wednesday 5/29 so that I have time to grade and record all the work before the grading period ends. I will give every child a new list of missing work next week. This can also be seen on Parent Connect.

ELA – This week we are working on Unit 10 Week 2 – Spelling – Suffixes -ing, -ness, -ment, Grammar Irregular Verbs.

Math – This week will be:

Monday – Lesson 12

Tuesday – Lesson 13

Wednesday – Lesson 14

Thursday – Lesson 15

Friday – Lesson 16

Next Tuesday will be the Topic C quiz

Science – we are working on our last unit in Balancing forces

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PTA meeting tonight on Zoom

Here is the link to tomorrows meeting! This is our final one for the year. Join us at 6PM.See you there!

Zoom info: Here is the link to the May PTA Zoom meeting: Join Zoom Meeting ( Meeting ID: 832 1946 4908 Passcode: 932003

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Thank you and this week’s news

Thank you for all the wonderful gifts, flowers, snacks, cards and gift cards!!!! You are all so wonderful and generous!! I am a very lucky teacher and I felt very appreciated this week!

Happy Mother’s Day to everyone! I hope you enjoy the cards that we made for you! Have a great weekend!

This week:

Spring Concert will be Tuesday evening at 6 PM. Mrs. Reed sent a message on Class Dojo a couple of days ago explaining everything.

Testing and Results – All but 3 students are done with iReady testing, MSTEP is also complete. You will get MSTEP results in the mail over the summer. We will send the iReady results home with the report cards.

Benchmark – We are starting our 10th and final Benchmark Magazine call Balanced Forces. Unit 10 Week 1 – Spelling – Final Syllables (-en, -on, -ain, -in), Grammar – Subordinating Conjunctions to Form Complex Sentences

Math – Mon Lesson 9, Tue L10, Wed Quiz, Thur L11, Fri L12 – We have a rehearsal for the concert that may take all of math time and push our lessons back one day.

Science – We are starting our last unit called Balancing Forces. We are also writing informational reports on Natural disasters.

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