After a week off, we will be back to learning and working hard this week! I hope you all had a wonderful spring break and students are feeling refreshed. These next couple of weeks are filled with quite a few exciting topics, field trips, and exploration. We are in need of volunteers to drive on our field trips to both Tiger Mountain on 5/2 and Lake Sammamish State Park on 5/4. Thank you to those who have already volunteered!
Thursday, 4/27: Progress Reports Go Home
Friday, 4/28: St. John Auction
Monday, 5/1: May Crowning Mass at 9am
Tuesday, 5/2: Tiger Mountain Field Trip
Thursday, 5/4: Lake Sammamish State Park Field Trip
Thursday, 5/11: Spring Concert
SOCIAL STUDIES: Colonial America is well underway! Students worked hard to complete their town of Boston before break and created fictional characters in their families. This unit will last for a couple of weeks as students learn about this important time period, events, and people who helped shape the course of history.
ELA: We started our practice with verbs before break and will continue working on tenses this week. There will be a quiz at the end of this week.
READING: This week we will begin our book clubs. Students will be assigned a book that was set during the Colonial America time period. Groups will meet weekly and a reading packet will be completed along the way to ensure understanding and participation.
MATH: We are moving into geometry this week and will be classifying and identifying polygons, finding area and perimeter, and understanding volume.
RELIGION: This week we will begin learning and focusing on the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary. Next week we will celebrate the Crowning of Mary.
Thanks for all your support!