4-1 with Mrs. Schweers

Week of May 27th

*Please note all plans are subject to change*


Religion:    We will continue to read about the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation.  


 
ELA:    We will continue to work on writing and our read aloud, Charlotte's Web.  We will begin reading a new story in our Journey's Text, The Right Dog for the Job.

Math:   We will continue working on decimals this week.


Science: 
  We will be reviewing for the NYS Science Written Test which will be on June 3rd.  Our NYS Performance test will be on Wednesday May 29th.
 

Social Studies:   We will complete reading about living in Colonial New  York and begin a new unit on New York and the American Revolution.

We are low on Antibacterial Wipes and tissues.  If you can spare a box or a container it would be greatly appreciated.  

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:


5/29 NYS Science Performance Test
5/30 Ascension Thursday - No School
5/30 Scientist of the Month Due
5/31 Field Day
6/3 NYS Science Written Test

Special Schedule

MONDAY: Gym

TUESDAY: Art

WEDNESDAY: Library

THURSDAY: Computer and Gym

FRIDAY: Music

      **** 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