*4th Grade is still collecting canned sweet potatoes for the food drive. Thank you in advance for your help in providing some families with a Thanksgiving Meal.
*Thank you for taking time to meet with me during parent/teacher conferences this past week. I enjoyed praising your children and telling you all the wonderful things they are doing in class. I am so proud of each and every one of them!
*I was completely WOW’ed by all the Native American projects! It was obvious that the kids enjoyed creating their projects at home, and then show-casing their awesome work to their friends and families. Thank you for helping your son/daughter make that happen!
*Research suggests that a positive school climate can support student success.
This year, Central Manor Elementary School has again decided to gather data on students’, staff, and parents’ perceptions of the school climate. This data will help the school leadership team and staff continue to identify areas of strength and areas for improvement.
Please let us know what you think by completing an anonymous survey at:
When you reach the survey website, please look for the “CLICKING HERE” hyperlink near the top of the web page.
Invitation Code BYTRD1
*Monday – Native American test (their study guide is their yellow foldable)
*Monday – PTO meeting in the library at 6:30
*Tuesday – Picture re-take day (please reeturn your original packet of pictures with your re-take)
*Wednesday – Chapter 5 math test corrections are due
*Thursday – 4th grade has a special speaker coming in today! Please be sure to ask your child about our surprise guest! It’s exciting!
*Friday – Spirit wear online store closes (https://stores.inksoft.com/central_manor_elementary/shop/home
*November 19 – Patriotic Shine Time, wear red/white/blue!
*November 21 – 1:30 Early Dismissal
*November 22-26 Happy Thanksgiving (No School)
What are we learning this week?
Math with Mr. Jones: Chapter 5 math test corrections are due by Wednesday! Students will begin long division this week. Please continue to look in your child’s homework folder for math homework. They receive homework on a nightly basis, thank you!
ELA with Mrs. Wiggins: This week in ELA, we will continue to identify, practice, and learn about how to find the main idea and the implied main idea in a text. This is such an important skill for students to learn and apply when reading. In grammar, we will wrap up our unit on complex sentences.
Word Study with Mr. Jones: Now that we are back to a normal schedule, please look for your son/daughter’s word study homework this week.
Social Studies: Our Native American test is scheduled for Monday, November 12th. We will begin our next unit on Tuesday with William Penn.