Mrs. Piatt’s Weekly Newsletter
*It was fun to see so many of the kids dressed up on Friday for Penn Manor’s “Kids At Work Day!” We also spent some time this week on a computer program, Xello, that had students discovering their interests and skills.
*New spelling lists were handed out on Friday. The test is scheduled for Friday.
*Please note the April 24th early dismissal time below. This is a time change from our typical early dismissal times!
*PTO has a lot of special things happening! Please be sure to see the dates listed below and feel free to visit the PTO Facebook page for more information. PTO is also looking for volunteers and donations for some upcoming events if you are able to help!
*Friday – Spelling Test
*Friday – February Reading Logs due! (240 minutes)
*Friday, March 6 – PTO Movie Night at CM (Doors open at 5:30 and the movie begins at 6:00)
*Monday, March 9 – PTO Meeting (6:30 in the CM Library)
*Friday, March 13 – 1:30 Early Dismissal
*Wednesday, March 25 – School Wide Art Show from 6-8 PM at CM! Your child’s artwork will be on display, AND this is also the pick up night for Gertrude Hawk candy if you placed an order!
*Sunday, March 29 – Grandparent/Special Friend Bingo is back! Doors open at 3:30, Bingo begins at 4:00. Admission is free, however extra cards, concession items and raffle tickets are available for purchase.
*Friday, March 27 – Weather Make-up Day
*Monday, April 20 – PSSA ELA Testing in the morning
*Tuesday, April 21 – PSSA ELA Testing in the morning
*Wednesday, April 22 – PSSA ELA Testing in the morning
*Friday, April 24 – 12:10 Early Dismissal
*Monday, April 27 – PSSA Math Testing in the morning
*Tuesday, April 28 – PSSA Math Testing in the morning
*Wednesday, April 29 – PSSA Science Testing in the morning
*Thursday, April 30 – PSSA Science Testing in the morning
What are we learning this week?
English Language Arts (ELA): We will read a high interest story, “Firestorm” and take our Unit 4 Assessment this week. These kids surprise me daily with how they continue to grow as writers this year. When I stop to think about the fact that these 4th graders are producing such top quality Two Column Notes and five-paragraph essays, it’s simply AMAZING!
Math: We will continue our unit on Customary Units of Measurement this week. We will spend time converting units of measurement, work on problem solving and explore elapsed time. If you happen to be doing something with measurement and/or time, please consider including your child in on the math! This is a huge help for learning real world connections. Also, we are making a “Units of Measurement” Museum. If you happen to have some empty containers, we would love to have them. This is a “Clip Up” for your child!
Science: We will be studying energy this week!