Mrs. Piatt’s Weekly Newsletter
*If you are able to donate something for our classroom, we are in need of disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer and tissues. Thank you so much!
*I want to take a minute to say how proud I am of the progress that our class is making this year! Thank you for your support in helping me to keep our momentum going…great things are happening each day and I can’t wait to see where these kids go for the remainder of the school year! Thank you for your ongoing support so that we can finish the year strong!
*Monday – PTO Meeting (6:30 in the CM Library)
*Friday – Spelling Test (No new list will be given out for the following week.)
*Friday – 1:30 Early Dismissal
*Friday, March 20th – End of the 3rd Marking Period
*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!
*Friday, March 27 – Weather Make-Up Day
*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.
*April 9 – Weather Make-Up Day
*April 10 – No School
*April 13 – 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): The students are doing a fantastic job with analyzing author’s claims. We will take our Unit 5 assessment later in the week.
Math: Please be sure to take a look at your child’s Chapter 11 math test. This test had a lot of challenging multi-step problems on it and the kids did an amazing job! Our Metric Unit is a short one. We will take a test later this week.
Science: We will be working on an electricity project this week!