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**- Work for**

**Wednesday, October 01, 2014**

**Reading-**

Students were introduced to 7 different novels. Students were given time to select their top 3 novel choices to read in a reading group. Students were assigned to a novel reading group. Students will be working in these groups for the next 3 weeks. They will begin reading tomorrow.

Final copy (typed or written in black or blue ink) is due tomorrow.

**Writing-**

Students turned in their complete subject/predicate worksheet.

**Science-**

Students watched a short video about measurement and the metric system. Students learned how to read a metric ruler and a graduated cylinder. Students began work on two worksheets. They are due tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students went over and discussed last night’s assignment. We went over the answers and how to solve each problem from last night’s assignment. Students were assigned to complete the odd problems of Lesson 8 worksheet (Skills side). This is due tomorrow.

**Math Mastery Quiz Thursday.**

**Chapter 2 Test Monday.**

**Social Studies-**

Students outlined lesson 1 together. We will finish this tomorrow.

World Map test is Friday, October12.

**Enrichment-**

Students had Art and Library time today. During Library time students were assigned a “Battle Book”. There are approximately 60 titles to choose from, and we will have a competition using all of these books in May. Once students complete their first “Battle Book”, they have a report form to complete for a grade. Students will be required to complete 4 “Battle Book Reports” this school year.

Battle Book #1 report due November 12.

$6.00 Edru Skating money due Oct. 10

Conferences Oct. 14 and 15

**- Work for**

**Tuesday, September 30, 2014**

**Gavin**

**Reading-**

Students were given the entire hour to work on their rough draft of the interview assignment. They were given the option to ask for peer editing and to work silently in a separate room. Today was the last day for them to work on this assignment in class. Final copies must be finished at home.

Final copy (typed or written in black or blue ink) is due Thursday.

**Writing-**

Students edited another paragraph together in class. We will continue this short editing process daily. Students then began a lesson on complete subjects along with a review of types of sentences. They were given a worksheet titled “Subjects” at the end of the hour and are required to turn it in tomorrow morning.

Note: Students were given specific instruction different than the instruction on the worksheet. In addition to underlining the

**complete subject**they need to put in a line to

**separate the subject and the predicate.**

**Science-**

Students continued Activity 3 by writing soil descriptions on index cards. Groups traded their index cards and matched the descriptions to their soils. Students answered analysis questions 1 and 2 on their own. We answered number 3 by creating a venn diagram as a class. Students worked in their groups to answer number 4. Students can take these analysis questions home to complete and check over. They are due tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students graded and turned in their Lesson 7 Homework Practice. They then began work with Lesson 8. Students were given the Lesson 8 Skills worksheet at the end of the hour and are required to turn in the

**even problems only**tomorrow morning.

**Math Mastery Quiz Thursday.**

**Chapter 2 Test Monday.**

**Social Studies-**

Students reviewed the world map.

World Map test is Friday, October12.

**Enrichment-**

Students continued their “I used to” poem. Students learned how to insert and edit clip art.

$6.00 Edru Skating money due Oct. 10

Conferences Oct. 14 and 15

**- Work for**

**Monday, September 29, 2014**

**Gavin, Ethan M., Owen, Jack, Hale**

**Reading-**

Students reviewed the requirements and steps for the interview assignment. They were then given the remainder of the hour to begin answering and editing questions. We will continue this work tomorrow in class; however, students are encouraged to look over this assignment at home and fix any issues they see.

**Final copy (typed or written in black or blue ink) is due Thursday.**

**Science-**

Students began Activity 3 by reading and answering two questions in their Science spirals. For the activity, students observed two different samples of soil. On an index card, students wrote a detailed description of one of the samples of soil, and repeated this with the other soil sample. We will continue this activity tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students completed Math Mastery Minute 5 at the beginning of class and then corrected it as a group. They were then given Lesson 7 Homework Practice to work on in class. Students are required to turn in the completed sheet tomorrow.

Note: Students did not have to complete the Skills Practice side of the worksheet.

During a second math period today the students participated in a review activity for the upcoming Chapter 2 test.

Math Mastery Quiz is Thursday.

**Social Studies-**

Students reviewed the world map. They also finished reading Chapter 1. Students answered our two goal questions together in class.

World Map test is Friday, October12.

**Enrichment-**

Students turned in their Weekly Work Note.

Students began the “I used to” poem. Students utilized the copy and paste tools to assist with writing the poem. Students were encouraged to have fun and expand their sentences. We will continue working on this tomorrow.

$6.00 Edru Skating money due Oct. 10

Conferences Oct. 14 and 15

**- Work for**

**Friday, September 26, 2014**

**Gavin and Gabe**

**Reading-**

Students were introduced to their interview test grade assignment. Students were given the directions and expectations of this evaluation. Students were given time to begin writing down the questions/answers for this. Students will continue working on this Monday.

**Final copy (typed or written in ink) is due Thursday.**

**Writing-**

Students turned in their subject/predicate worksheet.

**Science-**

Students went over Evidence vs. Opinion worksheet and turned it in for scoring. Students answered two analysis questions in their Science spiral. While students answered the questions, the teacher came around to check that their KWL chart was complete. Students then started Activity 3. Science spirals were collected at the end of the hour.

**Math-**

Students went over last night’s assignment. Students spent the hour reviewing percent of numbers from Chapter Six.

**Social Studies-**

Students reviewed the World Map together in class. (This included the spellings as well.) Students were introduced to Chapter 1. We began reading, but only completed one section.

**Enrichment-**

Weekly Work Note due Monday.

$6.00 Edru Skating money due Oct. 10

Conferences Oct. 14 and 1

**- Work for**

**Thursday, September 25, 2014**

**Gavin, Avery P.**

**Reading-**

Students turned in their Theme worksheet.

Students then participated in a class discussion about story structure in

*Crash*. They then listed character traits of the main character, Crash, before and after the climax of the book. Students also briefly went over the interview assignment that they will begin planning tomorrow.

**Writing-**

Students began class with a paragraph editing exercise.

They evaluated sentences by dividing them into subject/predicate. They were given a worksheet to complete as a practice. It was assigned for homework; however, some students finished within the period.

**Science-**

Students continued with activity 2. They completed a KWL chart activity in their science spirals. They discussed evidence versus opinion, and completed a worksheet emphasizing this discussion. We will be going over this worksheet tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students spent the hour reviewing percent of numbers from Chapter Six. At the end of the hour they were assigned problems

**1, 2 and 3 from page 140, plus 1 and 2 from 141.**

**Social Studies-**

Students worked on a world map exercise. Some students finished this in class, but it is not due until tomorrow.

**Enrichment-**

Students had computers today. They completed a cover page for their work in Word. Those that finished early were given an opportunity to complete a 4 step process in Word for a bonus point.

Reminders: Skating money ($6.00) is due

**Friday, October 10th**. Conference slips are due back on

**Friday, September 26th**.

**- Work for**

**Wednesday, September 24, 2014**

**Reading-**

Students reviewed conflicts during an open discussion of

*Crash*and the importance of Theme in stories and movies. We then formed groups and began to work on “Theme Worksheet 2.” The worksheet is due tomorrow morning.

**Science-**

Students were given back science spirals. Activity one has been graded. Students began activity 2. They were introduced to a school garden problem and began a KWL activity. WE will continue this tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students graded

**2-14 (evens only) and 25-27 (all)**from the Lesson 5 Skills Worksheet. We then began Lesson 6 and will finish it up tomorrow.

**Math mastery quiz tomorrow. Review minute 3 for the quiz.**

**Social Studies-**

Students worked on a world map exercise. We will finish up tomorrow.

**Enrichment-**

Students had art and began a candy painting. Students also had library time to study, complete assignments, or read.

Reminders: Skating money ($6.00) is due

**Friday, October 10th**. Conference slips are due back on

**Friday, September 26th**.

**- Work for**

**Tuesday, September 23, 2014**

**Cam and Moises**

**Reading-**

Students listened to Mr. McKenzie finish

*Crash*. Students also recorded their last “Say Somethings” during the reading. They were expected to have at least

**six**. Students then discussed their feelings about the book. We were interrupted by a fire drill, so “Say Somethings” will be due tomorrow morning.

**Writing-**

Students edited another paragraph together in class. We will continue these short editing exercises daily.

Students corrected last night’s assignment. Students were introduced to subjects and predicates. Students watched a short video of this and began doing some practice together in class. We will continue this tomorrow.

**Science-**

Students participated in a discussion about descriptive observations and equipment. Students then answered two analysis questions in their science notebook. Students turned in their Science notebook.

**Math-**

We finished Lesson 5 of Chapter 2. Students then began to work on the Lesson 5 Skills Practice worksheet. They are required to have problems

**2-14 (evens only) and 25-27 (all)**finished by tomorrow morning. All problems will be on the Skills Practice side of the worksheet.

**The math mastery quiz is Thursday.**

**Social Studies-**

Students worked on a world map exercise. We will continue this tomorrow.

**Enrichment-**

In the Computer Lab, students continued to work on the cover page to the collection of their works on Microsoft Word. Students formatted their graphics/pictures.

Reminders: Skating money ($6.00) is due

**Friday, October 10th**. Conference slips are due back on

**Friday, September 26th**.

**- Work for**

**Monday, September 22, 2014**

**Elijah and Hale**

**Reading-**

Students listened to Mr. Lewis read

*Crash*pages 113-123. They were required to record “Say Somethings” during the reading. Students used the remainder of the hour to ad detail and color their scenes from Friday. The pictures will be due at the beginning of the day tomorrow (Tuesday.)

**Writing-**

Students began to edit a paragraph together in class. We will continue this short editing process daily.

Students reviewed the types of sentences...declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory. Students discussed the meanings of each of these types and practiced identifying them in a variety of sentences. Students were given a worksheet (front and back) that is due tomorrow.

**Science-**

Students participated in an observation memory activity. In this activity, students worked individually and in groups to record observations on a set of objects. Students recorded their observations in their Science spiral notebooks. We will continue this activity tomorrow.

**Math-**

**Students turned in the mid- chapter check worksheet. Students then completed their Math Mastery Minute 3**

Students had a very short time to begin Lesson 5 of Chapter 2. We will continue this tomorrow.

**The math mastery quiz is Thursday.**

**Social Studies-**

Students began a world map exercise. We will continue this tomorrow.

**Enrichment-**

In the Computer Lab, students began work on the cover page to the collection of their works on Microsoft Word. Students created a title using word art, and added a graphic to their cover.

Reminders: Skating money ($6.00) is due

**Friday, October 10th**. Conference slips are due back on

**Friday, September 26th**.

**- Work for**

**Friday, September 19, 2014**

**Alaina, Sevaughn, Hannah, Moises**

**Reading-**

Students listened to Mr. McKenzie read

*Crash*pages 113-124. They were not required to record any “Say Somethings.” Student were asked to think about the way they picture stories in their heads. We also discussed how different movies about novels can be from the way we imagine them. Students then begin drawing a scene from

*Crash*on a blank sheet of computer paper. On the back of the paper they must write one

**complete sentence**describing the scene. They only used pencil today and had the option to take it home and finish the

**pencil only**portion. We will be coloring the picture on Monday.

**Writing-**

Students began to edit a paragraph together in class. We will continue this short editing process daily.

Students were introduced to types of sentences….declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory. Students discussed the meanings of each of these types and practiced identifying them in a variety of sentences. This was completed together in class and we will continue this on Monday.

**Science-**

Students included the

**seven**vocabulary words into their science spiral.

**Math-**

Students corrected last night’s assignment. Students had class time to complete a mid- chapter check worksheet that is due Monday.

**Social Studies-**

Students went over the answers to the CDV test. We also announced the winner to the “Constitution Poster Challenge.”

**Enrichment-**

Friday folders were passed out and the weekly work note is due Monday.

Reminders: Skating money ($6.00) is due

**Friday, October 10th**.

Conference slips are due back on

**Friday, September 26th**.

**- Work for**

**Thursday, September 18, 2014**

**Angie, Peyton**

**Reading-**

Students turned in their Character Trait worksheet with the seven trait definitions.

Students listened to Crash (pg.104-113). Students were asked to complete at least 6 “Say Somethings” as they listened to the story.

We also discussed the story elements of the novel.

Students know they should be thinking of a character to “interview” for the completion of this novel.

**Writing-**

Students shared together the meaning of “Fireworks”.

Students also discussed the figurative language within the lyrics. Students turned in their writer’s notebook for their weekly evaluation.

**Science-**

Students began activity one. We completed the set-up and jotted down the important definitions for activity one.

**Math-**

Students corrected the “Got its” on page 118 a, b and c. Students completed Lesson 4 of Chapter 2. Students have a worksheet to complete…skills side only. This is due tomorrow.

Students took their math mastery quiz.

**Social Studies-**

Students turned their cdv definitions.

Students also took the CDV Test.

**Enrichment-**

Students that did not complete their name design for art need to take it home to finish. This is due next Wednesday at the start of art class.

**- Work for**

**Wednesday, September 17, 2014**

**Jack**

**Reading-**

Students finished the unfinished side of the Character Trait worksheet. Students also got into groups and recorded

**three**new definitions from others in the group. Character Trait worksheet and definitions are due tomorrow stapled together.

**Writing-**

Students should have their meaning of “Fireworks” poem in their notebook for tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students corrected last night’s assignment.

Students began Lesson 4 in Chapter 2. Students need to complete the “Got its” on page 118 a,b and c for tomorrow.

**Math Mastery Quiz tomorrow. Review the problems.**

**Social Studies-**

Students turned in their paragraph based on a ‘Should’ question.

Students celebrated Constitution Day. We watched a video and completed a video quiz. Students also worked with a partner to create a visual to show their support of this special day. These were due at the end of the hour.

**REMINDER: CDV test tomorrow. Students have the definitions in their spiral notebook to use for studying.**

**Enrichment-**

Students had library time to read, complete late work or attend study sessions.

Students also had art time. Students that did not complete their name design need to take it home to finish. This is due next Wednesday at the start of art class.

**- Work for**

**Tuesday, September 16, 2014**

**Derek H, Jack, Sevaughn**

**Reading-**

Students began the Character Trait Assignment. Each student was required to define

**seven**words from the backside of the Character Trait Worksheet. They used dictionaries and the internet to find these definitions. They will need these definitions for class tomorrow.

**Writing-**

Students shared their “Hall of Fame Moments”. In their notebook, students were asked to write about the meaning of the poem “Fireworks”. Students need to include at least 3 examples of evidence from the poem to support their meaning. This is due tomorrow.

**Science-**

Students turned in their M&M graph and lab sheet.

Students completed their group worksheet on observations. These were due at the end of the hour.

Students also set-up their science spirals.

**Math-**

Students corrected last night’s assignment.

Students completed Lesson 3 in Chapter 2. Students have to complete the “Skills” side of the worksheet for tomorrow.

**Math Mastery Quiz Thursday.**

**Social Studies-**

Students continued discussing together various ‘Should’ statements. Students were asked to apply a CDV to their opinion. Students need to turn one of the discussions into a stand-alone paragraph. The first sentence states their position. The body (at least 3 sentences) contains support using a CDV. The closing statement ties it back to the opening. These are due tomorrow.

**REMINDER: CDV test next Thursday.**

**Enrichment-**

Students had computer time. They finished their poem about themselves. These were printed and turned in for grading.

**Book orders due tomorrow. Online code HHDHL**

**- Work for**

**Monday, September 15, 2014**

**Easton, Nick, Izaac, Moises**

**Reading-**

Students listened to pages 80-103 of Crash. Students were asked to respond to at least 6 “Say Somethings” as they listened.

Students need to complete their Read and Respond worksheet…Day 4 and Day 5. This is due tomorrow.

**Writing-**

Students shared their “Sarah moments”. Students listened to the lyrics of “Hall of Fame” and thought about what their hall of fame would be. In their notebook, students were asked to write about……What do you want to be known for? This should be at least a half of a page in their notebook. This is due tomorrow.

**Science-**

Students had time to complete their M&M graph. We also completed the M&M lab sheet. However, students can take these home to look them over. They are due tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students completed Minute 2 of their math mastery packet today. We went over the correct answers. The quiz will be Thursday.

Students completed Lesson 2 of Chapter 2. Students have a worksheet “Skills side only” to complete for tomorrow.

**Math Mastery Quiz Thursday.**

**Social Studies-**

Students turned in their CDV worksheet from Friday’s homework.

We discussed the results of this assignment.

Students discussed together various ‘Should’ statements. Students were asked to apply a CDV to their opinion. We will be turning these discussions into a paragraph response tomorrow.

**REMINDER: CDV test Thursday.**

**Enrichment-**

Students turned in their signed weekly work note.

Students had computer time. They worked on their poem about themselves. We will complete these tomorrow in the computer lab.

**Book orders due September 17. Online code HHDHL**

**- Work for**

**Friday, September 12, 2014**

**Tanner, Nick, Peyton, Easton, Hale**

**Reading-**

Students had a discussion about plot elements in

*Crash*.

Students were given a heads up for the final project at the end of

*Crash*.

Students began a new Say Something sheet, and listened to chapters 20-22 (stopped at pg. 79).

**Writing-**

Students turned in their writer’s notebook for a weekly evaluation grade.

**Science-**

Students began the M&M graph. Students will continue this Monday.

**Math-**

Students reviewed Lesson 1 and began Lesson 2 of chapter 2. Students defined the word percent. We will continue with this lesson on Monday.

**Social Studies-**

Students completed a CDV worksheet independently. They were then given ten minutes to buddy up and discuss their answers. Although some students chose to turn in their worksheet, it is not due until Monday.

CDV test next Thursday.

**Enrichment-**

Students had catch-up time.

Students need to get their Friday Folder signed and returned for Monday.

Book orders due September 17. Online code HHDHL

**- Work for**

**Thursday, September 11, 2014**

**Easton, Alaina**

**Reading-**

Students listened to chapters 15-20 (stopped at top of pg. 73) while questioning, commenting, and predicting with their Say Something sheet. Students turned in their Say Something sheets, and answered the Day 3 question on their Read and Respond sheets. The Day 3 question is to be answered for tomorrow.

**Writing-**

Students listened to a poem “Making Sarah Cry”. Students wrote in their writer’s notebook about their thoughts of the poem. Their assignment is to write about a “Sarah” moment. This is due tomorrow.

**Science-**

Students began the M &M lab. Students were given a lab sheet to complete the scientific process. We will continue this Friday.

**Math-**

Students corrected last night’s assignment.

Students completed their math mastery quiz for a grade.

Students also completed the Mcomp math assessment. This does not count for a grade.

**Social Studies-**

Students turned in their visual cdv worksheet.

**Enrichment-**

Students had their pictures taken by Lifetouch.

Book orders due September 17. Online code HHDHL

**- Work for**

**Wednesday, September 10, 2014**

**Elijah and Tanner**

**Reading-**

Students listened to chapters 11-13 while questioning, commenting, and predicting with their Say Something sheet. They also wrote from the perspective of another character in the book (Penn or Penn’s Parents) during one of three scenes in the book. This writing piece is due tomorrow.

**Writing**

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Students had their library time. Students had the opportunity to visit the library and check out a book. This is also a time each week that students can receive additional support in a certain subject or simply use as a time to complete any work assigned that day.

**Science-**

Students got a first-hand account of how well they wrote their PB & J procedures. Mr. Lewis and Mr. Mackenzie followed the procedures by attempting to make PB & J sandwiches.

**Math-**

Students corrected last night’s assignment and completed lesson 1 (Chapter 2). Students have a worksheet. They need to complete the

**skills side only**for tomorrow.

Students also completed several math assessments that do not count for a grade.

**Math Mastery Quiz tomorrow.**

**Social Studies-**

Students continued with the Core Democratic Values. Students were asked to choose one cdv and draw a visual representing their chosen cdv. On the lines below their illustration, they need to respond to one of the following:

Give two examples of how your cdv can be valued or celebrated in today’s world OR Explain why the cdv you chose is so important.

This is due tomorrow.

**Enrichment-**

Students had art. They worked on a name design. More time will be given next Wednesday.

Picture Day is tomorrow.

**Book orders due September 17. Online code HHDHL**

**- Work for**

**Tuesday, September 09, 2014**

**Tanner**

**Reading-**

Students listened to Crash and practiced their say something strategy. They also have to complete the Day 2 reading response on the worksheet they were given. This response should be in complete sentences and is due tomorrow.

**Writing**

**-**

Students turned in their writer’s composition notebook. Students also listened to the song – “Don’t Laugh at Me”. Students responded to the song in their writer’s notebook.

**Science-**

Students reviewed the scientific process. Students were asked to write a materials list and procedure for “How to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.” This was collected at the end of the hour.

**Math-**

Students defined rational numbers in their spiral. Students began lesson 1 of chapter 2. Students were assigned pg. 92 1-3 and pg. 93 1-4. This is due tomorrow.

**Social Studies-**

Students continued discussing Core Democratic Values. We discussed Patriotism and students completed a worksheet based on all ten CDVs. We went over the worksheet, and it was turned in at the end of the hour.

**Enrichment-**

Students began a poem in the lab. We will continue this later in the week.

Picture Day is Thursday.

**- Work for**

**Monday, September 08, 2014**

**Easton**

**Reading-**

Students listened to Crash and practiced their say something strategy. They also have to complete the Day 1 reading response on the worksheet they were given. This response should be in complete sentences and is due tomorrow.

**Writing**

**-**

Students were given class time to decorate their writer’s composition notebook. Students need to only decorate the front cover. This is due tomorrow.

**Science-**

Students discussed the seven steps to the scientific process. In groups, they completed a review worksheet. Students were asked to place this in the folder. We will be checking this over tomorrow.

**Math-**

Students completed their first math mastery minute 1 practice. Students will have a QUIZ this Thursday. Students were also introduced to Chapter 2 and wrote the 5 vocabulary words in their math spirals.

**Social Studies-**

Students continued discussing Core Democratic Values. We discusses Popular Sovereignty, Diversity, Truth, Equality, and Common Good.

**Enrichment-**

Students attempted to log into the computer using their new password.

Students reviewed the class website.

Some students also signed into REMIND!

Students are coming home with picture forms.

**Friday, September 5, 2014**

Garret

**R**

**eading-**

**Students continued discussing “how to treat others.” We watched another video related to cyber bullying and discussed the contents. Students wrote a reaction to the video in their writer’s notebook.**

**Writing**

**-**

**For Monday, students need to bring in some materials to decorate their writer’s notebook.**

**Students began the book,**

Science-

__Crash__. Students created a sheet listing three types of ‘say somethings’. Students had at least 5 ‘say somethings’. Absent students will need to double up on Monday’s reading.Science-

**Students reviewed the following terms: observation, quantitative, qualitative and inference. Students worked on their cartoon sketch. These are due Monday. (In color, head, body, and something in the background added)**

**Math-**

**Students attempted a series of problems. These are being used to see where each student is starting from for our next unit.**

**Social Studies-**

**Students began a discussion on core democratic values. Students wrote definition in their spirals. We covered Life, Liberty, Justice, and Pursuit of Happiness.**

**Enrichment-**

**Students viewed the school’s wrong way kids video.**

**Students had our first catch-up period.**

**Thursday, September 4, 2014**

**Reading- Students began discussing “how to treat others.” We watched a video and discussed the contents. Students wrote a reaction to the video in their writer’s notebook.**

**Writing-**

**Students began discussing their writer’s notebook. For Monday, students need to bring in some materials to decorate their notebook. They can store these items in their locker until Monday. However, student will lose points if they do not have things for our decorating period on Monday.**

**Science- Students began our first science lesson on observations. Students were exposed to the following terms: observation, quantitative, qualitative and inference. We examined illusions and talked about working in groups. Students began a cartoon sketch in groups. We will continue this tomorrow.**

**Enrichment-**

**Students organized their folders and spirals.**

**Wednesday, September 3, 2014**

**Art- Students worked on an name art project! They will get more time next Wednesday to work on it.**

Enrichment-Students reviewed the lunch room rules and learned how the lunch room functions.

Enrichment-Students reviewed the lunch room rules and learned how the lunch room functions.

**Students were given a packet titled "Welcome to Sixth Grade." We discussed the content in this packet.**

Students also completed an energizer.

Students also completed an energizer.

**Students are now ready for the work load to begin. :)**

For homework, students have 2 forms that need to be completed by a parent and returned to school tomorrow.

For homework, students have 2 forms that need to be completed by a parent and returned to school tomorrow.

**Tuesday, September 2, 2014**

**We had a great day today getting to know each other.**

Students are coming home with two pink sheets for parents. Please check through the information sheet and make corrections. This sheet need to come back signed ASAP. The other sheet just includes important information for parents.

Students are coming home with two pink sheets for parents. Please check through the information sheet and make corrections. This sheet need to come back signed ASAP. The other sheet just includes important information for parents.