4-1 with Mrs. Schweers

Week of April 8th

*Please note all plans are subject to change*

This is what we will be working on this week:

Religion:    We will begin reading Chapter 10 about the Holy Spirit . 

ELA:  This week we will return to reading from our Journey Reading Book.  We will begin a new story, The Life and Times of the Ant.  New vocabulary and spelling words will be introduced.  The NYS ELA test has been rescheduled to Wednesday and Thursday this week.

:      We will continue Chapter 7.  This week we will work on adding and subtracting mixed numbers.   We will also be working on NYS Math test preparation.

  We will wrap up  Unit 7 lesson 1, Rocks and Fossils.  We will be looking at the patterns of fossils and how they changed the landscape over time.  

Social Studies:   We will begin Lesson 4, New Netherland becomes New York.  There will be a Social Studies test on Thursday.  

Extra Help will be on Friday mornings at 8:15.  Please let me know if your child will be attending by either sending a note or an email.

Please make sure to check your child's planner and sign it each night.  

Children that attend band lessons and enrichment are responsible for all missed work.

Students should have a book to read with them at all times.   If you have any books at home that you would like to donate to our class library, we would greatly appreciate it.  

Students should be reading at least 20 minutes daily.  Please make sure your child is reading on a daily basis.  Also, encourage your child to complete and hand in a reading log.  

Please be sure to send a note if there is a change in your child's usual dismissal.

Looking ahead:

4/9 - Stations of the Cross in the Church
4/10 - NYS ELA  Test (computer based)
4/11 - NYS ELA Test  (computer based)
4/12 - Current Event Due

Special Schedule




THURSDAY: Computer and Gym


      **** Lunch & Recess:  11:34-12:14******

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.  My email address is aschweers@stchris-school.org

"Actions speak louder than words.  Let your words teach and your actions speak." -- St. Anthony of Padua