MESSAGES FROM ROOM 23
The week of Occt. 26th is SLC. Please do not hesitate to come right into the classroom. Do not wait outside for others to finish up. We are on an overlapping schedule, so I would like your child to get started as soon as you settle in. See you this week. Also, there will be no Blog Updates this week.
District Writing Assessment
. . . will be on Tuesday. Please read Blog Updates to find out what else is happening.
WEEK of Sept. 7-11
I will be posting another Blog Updates next week Monday, Sept. 14th. In the meantime, here are a few important announcements:
BLOG UPDATES FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS
. . . has been posted. Please do not forget to read Blog Updates together with your child. You have a science assignment that I'm hoping you and your child will be able to complete this week. But you'll have to read Blog Updates to find out what your science homework is! Hopefully, it will be an interesting and inspirational assignment!
Parent Information Google Form Survey
If you did not get a chance to complete the Google Form survey at Back-to-School, please do so by clicking on the link below. (If you are a parent of a returning child, there is no need to fill out the form unless your e-mail has changed.) Respond by typing into the windows and clicking on the Submit button. Thanks you very much!
2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR IS HERE!
Welcome to Room 23, the
Communication is key to helping your child succeed. I believe our class website can help to keep you informed, so that is why it is updated regularly and carefully maintained throughout the school year. Be sure to check for new announcements. In addition, I post a weekly blog informing you of what we will be covering in class. The blog is updated every Monday. Our class website offers links to many resources that support student learning. Keep informed by utilizing our helpful website resources, watching for important announcements, and reading the weekly blog.
THIS WEEK'S ASSESSMENTS
PODCASTS, VODCASTS, AND VIDEOS PROMOTING LEARNING & GOOD HABITS
SLIDESHOWS OF STUDENTS AT WORK