Parent-Teacher Conferences Please remember that tomorrow,Tuesday, November 13 and Thursday, November 15 are parent teacher conferences. Yearbooks Students received order forms for yearbooks, if they would like to purchase them. The order deadline is November 19. Honor Roll Assembly Wednesday, November 14 is the honor roll assembly at 2:15. Congratulations to the students who made the honor roll! PBIS Celebration Tuesday, November 20, is our PBIS celebration. Permission slips will come home tomorrow. Please make sure to get them signed and returned to me as soon as possible. Students will be swimming during the PBIS celebration. So, please remember to bring swimming clothes and a towel. Thanksgiving Break: November 21- 23, there will be no school. School will resume Monday, November 26. Book Fair The Salina Intermediate book fair will be held November 26-30 in the media center. Students received flyers today letting them know of items that will be available during the book fair. Field Trip Our field trip to the Rouge Tour and Giant Screen Experience will be on November 30.
I hope parents were able to go out and vote today!
Students did a great job with their Native American projects..check out the pictures!
Please make sure that students are spending at least one hour to study at home. It is very important for their success in school. In addition to doing their homework, students should read for at least 30 minutes and may go on helpful websites, which include Zearn, IXL, and Google classroom, which will have practice assignments for them to get done.
Remember that parent teacher conferences begin this Thursday, November 8. The other dates for elementary conferences are Tuesday, November 13 and Thursday, November 15 from 3:30 to 6:30. Conference appointment times will be coming home with students tomorrow (Wednesday). Please let me know if you are not able to attend at your scheduled time and we can find a time that works for you.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 3 is the official count day at Salina Intermediate. Please make sure that students are at school on time. Thank you.
It is very important that students are reading and studying at home daily. Students should go on the following websites to review: Mobymax, KhanAcademy, Zearn, or Epic. It’s important that students spend about 60 minutes every night studying.
Imagination Station field trip
Our class still needs chaperones! If you are able to chaperone, please let me know. Our field trip to Imagination Station will be Thursday, September 27. Students should bring a lunch with them. Please remind your child to stay with their chaperone at all times. Also, they need to listen to team members when given instructions while they are at Imagination Station.
Spelling list 4 has been added to the blog.
We will finish the NWEA science test this week.
Our first social studies test ( on government) will be on Friday, September 28. The study guide will be coming home this week.
Thank you to those of you who were able to stop by during open house, it was a pleasure meeting everyone! The first three weeks of school flew by so quickly! We are doing really well with rules and procedures in the classroom! We are also working hard on our academics! We are currently working on narrative writing and focusing on inferences and text evidence in reading. For the first year, we are using Eureka math for our curriculum. If you have any questions in regards to that, please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail me.
I’ve uploaded spelling list 3 for this coming week under the Spelling tab.
Imagination Station field trip
Our field trip to Imagination Station will be Thursday, September 27. Our class would love to have chaperones. If interested, please let me know. You do have to do the background check prior to the field trip. To do so, come in to the office and fill out a document from Ms. Rajaa.
Fifth grade will be starting instrumental music soon. Students got to review and choose a musical instrument that they are interested in playing. Students are not required to have instrumental music, it is optional. If students are interested, a brochure will be coming home this week to give parents more information. If interested, please keep the following in mind:
- Pay What You Can
- Commit for the WHOLE School Year
- Bring SIGNED pamphlet back from parents
- Practice at Home
The 7th annual Cipiano Run will be held on Monday, October 15, 2018 at Ford Field Park. Students who are interested in attending must fill out a form, which will be given to the students soon.
This week, we will continue NWEA testing. We completed the math NWEA last week and our goal is to complete reading and language usage NWEA this week. Students also brought home their first spelling test, please sign test and return with your child. Every week, I add our weekly spelling list to the blog in case your child forgets their list at school. I uploaded the spelling list for this week under the Spelling tab. I’ve also added district calendars and our special area schedule to the blog, please check them out. If you have any questions, you may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Wednesday, September 12: Open House 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Friday, September 14: half-day for all students, dismissal is at 11:05