Schedule for this week

Hello Snow Family,

Attention parents! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! I wanted to let everyone know that Mrs. Slater will be out this week. Mrs. Moslemani will be substituting in her place. We will continue with our regular previous schedule; Group A will be in school sessions on Monday and Thursday while group B will come to class on Tuesday and Friday. We will all join the online zoom class on Wednesday morning at 8:40! Don’t be late! Please don’t forget to log in to Mrs. M. course on Schoology for further updates and schedule. And do not worry,  Mrs. slater is sailing with all of us from home!

Please click here for schedule

If you have any questions feel free to email me:

moslemh@dearbornschools.org

Thank you,

Mrs. Moslemani

No Zoom Tomorrow April 21, 2021

Ahoy sailors! All hands on deck!

Mrs. Slater will be absent for the next couple of weeks. She is dealing with some medical issues. Students will have asynchronous work tomorrow. Please follow the assignments in your Benchmark packet that are posted in Schoology. I will be sailing with you from behind the scenes.

Just keep swimming!

Happy Earth Day! April 19-23 Week 31

Schedule for this week:

Morning Zoom This Week

Mrs. Slater will be absent on Monday and Tuesday. There will not be any zoom in the morning at 8:40am. Please go into your Schoology Monday or Tuesday folder or look at the schedule above for your assignments. I will see you all on Wednesday zoom.

This week we will be working in the Unit 9 (flower) Week 1 Benchmark Packet. Please bring your Math learn book and reading book bags to school with your Blue folder for notes. Any old packets that are completed may be turned into the box inside the classroom door. Make sure your name is on each packet turned in.

Happy Earth Day!

Back To Hybrid Learning! Week 30

We are back to Hybrid learning this week. Group A students will be coming into school on Monday and Thursday at 9:40. Group B students will be coming into school on Tuesday and Friday at 9:40. Everyone will zoom with Mrs. Slater on Wednesday. When students are working from home, they will zoom with Mrs. Slater at 8:40 to get their assignments for the day and to take attendance.

We will be working in the Benchmark Unit 8 (duckling) Week 3 packet. Please make sure that students bring in this packet, along with their Observing the Sky reading booklet. Also bring in their Module 4-5 Learn and Practice books for math. Students always bring in their reading bookbag to read and their blue plastic folder for notes and schedules.

Any old packets can be turned in when children come into school. This would include any Unit 7 (shamrock) Week 1-3 packets and Unit 8 (duckling) packets week 1 and 2. Please be sure that children’s names are on each packet. They will receive Unit 9 (flower) packets for next week’s learning when they come into school this week.

Schedule for the week

Week 4 March is Reading Month Contest

Congratulations!

Ms. Zak’s Class – 2,372 minutes

Ms. Sandakli’s Class – 2,248 minutes


Student Winners:

Natalie Wilson in Ms. Zak’s class – 816 minutes

Omar Alquabalon in Mrs. Chase’s class – 584 minutes

Yousef Aun in Mrs. Slater’s class – 572 minutes

Get ready for an exciting week!

Extended School Year

Dearborn Public Schools will be providing school-based, in person summer learning programs for K-8 students. Please take a moment to share your information and ideas.  Your input will be used to assist in planning and programming .

Parents please take the following survey.

English version

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftYlh9YHH2scojrHOOiiaEkR4iKipfQQBk0FGgePhwuTt1oQ/viewform?gxids=7628

Arabic version

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Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous and your honest opinions are appreciated. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact your school principal. Thank you in advance for supporting our improvement efforts.

Your cooperation and support in completing the parent survey will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, 

Principal Mohammad Abdelfattah 

Welcome back from Spring Break April 5-9 Week 29

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a wonderful spring break!

All students will be working virtually this week. All students will zoom with Mrs. Slater from 8:40 am – 2:20 pm. No one will be coming into school this week. The extended day students will not be attending school this week. We are working from our Unit 8, Week 2 Benchmark packet, and Module 4 Math book. All Special classes teachers will pop into our zoom meeting to tell students about their assignments in Schoology.

Schedule for the week

Virtual Learning this Week

Let’s Have A Great Week of Remote Synchronous Learning!

Parent Survey

Dear Parent/Guardian, 

Snow Elementary  is using this Parent Survey as a means to elicit your beliefs and opinions to help target areas for the school system to improve and areas to continue to be effective. Your opinion is important to us, and we ask that you take the time to complete this form.  The online survey will be available from March 15-March 26 . In order to complete the survey, please click on this link: https://forms.gle/whQTYFprcm8CBxMb9

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous and your honest opinions are appreciated. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact your school principal. Thank you in advance for supporting our improvement efforts.

Your cooperation and support in completing the parent survey will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, 

Principal Mohammad Abdelfattah 

Our Hybrid Learning Continues March 22-26 Week 28

Spring is Here!

Schedule for the week

March Is Reading Month Epic Book Contest

The contest will be held on Epic Books. Every Friday, classroom teachers will submit the total minutes read on Epic (for the week) for their class. I will also submit the student in my class with the highest number of minutes using the Epic reading site for the week. The top 2 winning classes will be awarded gift cards each week. The top two student readers in the school will be awarded fitbits each week.

Last week Yousef Aun was one of the top 2 readers in Snow School! He won a fitbit. Our class won second place in class totals and we won a $25 gift card to Five Below.

This week, 13 students participated in reading on Epic. Our top reader this week was Yousef Aun with a total of 833 minutes. Second was Isaac Harp with 533 minutes. Third was Everly Schiltz with 351 minutes of reading! Our class total was 2535 minutes of reading! It is important that we use the Epic reading site all month to read, so that our class earns many minutes!

6 things to bring to class this week

1. Learn Math Book Module 4

2. Practice Math Book Module 4

3. Blue Plastic Take Home Folder

4. Benchmark Unit 7 Week 3 packet and Booklet

5. Any old Benchmark packets: Heart and Shamrock

6. Bookbags with reading books inside

Let’s Have a Great Week of Learning!

Hybrid Learning in Action Week 27 March 15-19

Schedule for this Week

New this week: An extra music class has been added to Thursday and Friday’s schedule! The students will be attending school in person twice this week. Lunch for the week is: Monday and Tuesday, Macaroni and Cheese or Loaded Vegetable Sub, carrots or broccoli, pear or box of raisins, chocolate or white milk. Thursday, Cheese Quesadilla or Halal Chicken nuggets, mexicorn or celery sticks, apple or peaches, chocolate or white milk. No Lunch on Friday’s Half Day. Students will take their Spelling test 21 on Thursday or Friday morning this week in class. Please be sure to study accordingly. Friday is the end of the third quarter.

6 things to bring to class this week

1. Learn Math Book Module 4

2. Practice Math Book Module 4

3. Blue Plastic Take Home Folder

4. Benchmark Unit 7 Week 3 packet and Booklet

5. Any old packets: Snowflake, Snowman, Heart, and Shamrock (week 1 and 2)

6. Bookbags with reading books inside

Half Day Friday March 19, 2021

This Friday is a half day of school. Dismissal is at 12:45 pm. Students will need a morning snack on this day. No Lunch will be served on Friday.

March Is Reading Month Epic Contest

The contest will be held on Epic Books. Every Friday, classroom teachers will submit the total minutes read on Epic (for the week) for their class. I will also submit the student in my class with the highest number of minutes using the Epic reading site for the week. The top 2 winning classes will be awarded gift cards each week. The top two student readers in the school will be awarded fitbits each week.

This week, 14 students participated in reading on Epic. Our top reader this week was Yousef Aun with a total of 644 minutes. Second was Lucian Angeles with 325 minutes. Third was Isaac Harp with 281 minutes. Our class total was 2138 minutes of reading! It is important that we use the Epic reading site all month to read, so that our class earns many minutes!

Let’s Have A Great Week of Full Hybrid Learning!

Hybrid Learning Continues Monday and Tuesday March 8-12 Week 26

Schedule for the week

SUPPLIES TO BRING TO SCHOOL

Students will need to bring 5 things in their backpack:

1. Student blue plastic take home folder

2. Student bookbag with reading books inside

3. Learn math book Module 4

4. Practice math book Module 4

5. Green folder with the Benchmark Unit 7 Week 2 packet with reading booklet.

Also, Lunch menus are found on the Dearborn schools home page each week.

This week, first choice is cheesy nachos, steamed carrots, or fresh broccoli and cauliflower, applesauce or pear, and chocolate or white milk

Second choice is veggie ranch wrap with all of the above choices.

Students may bring a lunch if they wish. We also eat a healthy snack in the afternoon. Water bottles are encouraged as well.

MONDAY

Group B students will zoom with me at 8:40 to get their assignments to work from home for the day. They will also be zooming with Music and Art teachers for their live classes on Monday and Tuesday.

Group A students will meet me on the blacktop in front of the office on Culver St. at 9:35. When the weather is bad, students will be allowed to stand inside the building by their classroom. No parents will be allowed inside the building. Dismissal is 2:20 outside same door.

A list of Group A and Group B students is in a folder in Schoology if you are not sure which group your child is in.

TUESDAY

The above schedule is switched. Group A will zoom with me at 8:40 to get assignments, and Group B will come into school for in person learning from 9:40-2:20.

WEDNESDAY

All students will zoom at 8:40-2:20 with Mrs. Slater.

THURSDAY

Mrs. Slater is scheduled to get her second vaccine in the morning, so the students will be working at home asynchronously until after lunch. The assignments for the morning are all in the Thursday folder in schoology. All students will be expected to zoom at 12:25 with Mrs. Slater. Attendance will be taken then. We will work together in the afternoon. We will also have another Mystery Reader at 2:00.

FRIDAY

Mrs. Slater will be absent on Friday. There will be NO ZOOM on this day. Students will work on their assigned work asynchronously at home independently. A list of assigned work can be found in schoology’s Friday folder. There will not be a spelling test 20 this week.

READING CONTEST

The contest will be held on Epic Books. Every Friday, classroom teachers will submit the total minutes read on Epic (for the week) for their class. I will also submit the student in my class with the highest number of minutes using the Epic reading site for the week. The top 2 winning classes will be awarded gift cards each week. The top two student readers in the school will be awarded fitbits each week.

This week, 10 students participated in reading on Epic. Our top reader this week was Hassan Bazzi with a total of 273 minutes. Second was Yousef Aun with 166 minutes. Third was Lucian Angeles with 115 minutes. Our class total was 1093 minutes of reading! It is important that we use the Epic reading site all month to read, so that our class earns many minutes!

March is Reading Month Interactive Calendar

March is Reading Month 2021 ~ – Google Docs

Get ready for another busy week of learning at home and at school!