Planet Penn Manor

October 23, 2017

Mrs. Douts' First Grade Happenings

Red Ribbon Week!

Logo for Drug Free Week 2017

This year the Red Ribbon Week is October 23-31.  Our school will participate by showing school spirit and support of National Red Ribbon week by dressing up.   Please look at the schedule below.    

 

October 23rd ~ Peace Out to Drugs- Wear tie dye!

October 24th ~ Stomp On Drugs!  Wear boots!

October 25th ~ Be a Drug Free Team!-Wear a team jersey or any team spirit wear.

October 26th ~ Put a Cap on Drugs!  Wear a favorite hat!

October 27th~ Be a Smartie- Don’t Do Drugs!  Kids will receive Smarties.

 

by mdouts

Martic Donations for Thanksgiving Meals

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Every year Penn Manor School District assists families in need with Thanksgiving meals.  We would like to make this process more uniform across the district.  We will be collecting the food listed below between October 30th and Friday, November 10th.  If you have a child in one of these grades, please consider donating to help our community.

 

Kindergarten-boxed mashed potatoes

1st grade-boxed stuffing

2nd grade-canned corn

3rd grade-canned green beans

4th grade-canned sweet potatoes

5th grade-canned cranberry sauce

6th grade-canned gravy (NO GLASS)

7th and 8th grade-“just add water” muffin mix (“Betty Crocker” pouches)

by mdouts

Mrs. Rios 4th Grade Blog

Week of October 23-27

This Week’s Highlights:

Monday, 10/23 – Day C – Art

***Wear favorite sports team gear

Tuesday, 10/24 – Day D – PE

***Lesson 6 Spelling and Vocabulary Tests

***Science Test (Earth Science) with Mr. Showalter

***Wear orange

Wednesday, 10/25 – Day A – Music

***Wear red

Thursday, 10/26 – Day B – Applied Technology

***Wear crazy socks

Friday, 10/27 – Day C – Art

***Wear jeans and Leader shirts

Academic Update:

Writing– We are finishing our paragraph unit and will begin an interview unit soon.

Content– We will begin a social studies unit on PA Geography this week.

Reading – Our focus skill continues to be plot, conflict, and resolution.

Upcoming Dates:

November 1         Library books due

November 3        NO SCHOOL

November 6        6:30 PM PTO Meeting

November 8       1:30 Early Dismissal  – parent teacher conferences

November 9       1:30 Early Dismissal  – parent teacher conferences

November 10      1:30 Early Dismissal

November 22-27      Thanksgiving Break

by mrios

Ms. Kyper's Kindergarten Class

Team Day and sub orders

This week is Red Ribbon Week- A week that promotes everyone staying drug free.

Monday is team up against drugs- wear you favorite team gear.

PTO sub orders are also due.

by Mrs. Kyper

Conestoga Kinder-Kids

CLASSROOM HELPERS

If you are interested in being a classroom helper in kindergarten, please let me know.  🙂

  • Some helpers schedule regular times to come in (once a month, every other week, etc.) and help during our writing time, work on letters/words/skills with our students, help with prepping classroom materials, copying, etc.
  • Some helpers come in for one-time special events like parties or activities when we need an extra pair of hands.

**All of our classroom helpers are required to obtain clearances before coming into our classroom.  If you’d like to be a helper, please let me know and I will make sure you get the volunteer packet so you can begin that process.

If you are unable to come into our classroom during the day but would still like to help out, I will be posting donation sign-ups for things we need for some upcoming classroom activities and events.  We appreciate all of the help we receive!!!

by witmera

Penn Manor Serteen

Keep up the great work!

Thanks to Trevor, Alyssa, Brooke, Hannah, Amanda and Elise (and Hannah’s brother!) who helped at the car wash today!  We raised $234 for hurricane relief and recovery!!  Let’s add to that total with the bake sale this week.  Don’t forget to donate your baked goods and work your assigned shifts at lunch.

Keep up the great work!!

by jkroesen

Mr. Bodde's Blog

Week of October 23rd

This week our students will be studying spelling list 6 and vocabulary list 4. 

This Tuesday we will be taking our unit 3 math assessment on computation of decimals. To help keep you informed on what math skills your child is working on, I have put together a website that lists the specific skills for each math unit and provides direct links to those skills on Khan. There are also two self-check quizzes and a link to the challenging work problem review that we did as a class last week. These word problems reflect the type of thinking that will be required on the unit assessment. Check out the new math resources page here.  For a direct link to the unit 3 skills, click here.  Additionally, I have created a tutorial for how to create your own Khan Academy account where you too can gain access to your student’s progress on Khan. To understand where and how to view the data once you have creating a Khan class for your child, you can use the coaching dashboard tutorial I created for teachers. While the video was meant for teachers, it can just as easily be used as a parent.

This week conference forms will be going home. If the date and time does not suit your schedule, please let me know as soon as possible so I can reschedule. While the district provides two days for parent/teacher conferences, I am always able to schedule a conference outside of that window either before or after school.

This week our class will be diving into a series of non-fictional articles as we develop our ability to summarize and identify the main idea in a piece of text. Soon we will be beginning our next chapter book titled Ghost by Jason Reynolds. I’ve provided a link to the text if you are interested in reading it as well.

As always, never hesitate to reach out at Richard.bodde@pennmanor.net if you have any questions or concerns.

by rbodde

October 22, 2017

Dutton Music Blog

Martic BAND tomorrow morning!

Martic BAND tomorrow morning (Monday, 10/23) at 8:00am on the Martic stage!

by Mr. Dutton

Mrs. Frese's Second Grade Footnotes

Red Ribbon Week

October 23rd ~ Peace Out to Drugs- Wear tie dye!

October 24th ~ Stomp On Drugs!  Wear boots!

October 25th ~ Be a Drug Free Team!-Wear a team jersey or any team spirit wear.

October 26th ~ Put a Cap on Drugs!  Wear a favorite hat!

October 27th~ Be a Smartie- Don’t Do Drugs!  Kids will receive Smarties.

by sfrese

Smith's Super Stars

Spirit Week! :)

Just a reminder that this week is SPIRIT WEEK!

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.

10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).

10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon week (wear red)

10/26 – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs.  Show off your crazy socks.

10/27 – Be a “Jean-ious” Don’t do drugs (wear jeans and leader t-shirts).

 

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! 🙂

by brillj

Team Martin

Sunday, October 22nd

P.E. tomorrow

Say “NO” to drugs week
October 23rd to 27th

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.
10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).
10/25 – Wednesday: Support red Ribbon week (wear red)
10/26 – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs. Show off your crazy socks.
10/27 – Be a “Jean-ious” Don’t do drugs (wear jeans and leader t-shirts).

by Beth Martin

Conestoga Kinder-Kids

THIS WEEK:

MONDAY is library day.  Please send your child’s library book to school.

This week is Red Ribbon Week, when we celebrate being drug-free.  In kindergarten, we’ll talk about keeping our bodies healthy by making good choices.  On THURSDAY, our whole school is celebrating by wearing red, crazy, or mismatched socks.

 

by witmera

The Peart Post

2 digit delight!

Second graders have been busy adding 2 digit numbers and regrouping tens. I am impressed how quickly and well they have learned this skill. Woo Hoo! 🙂

“Student of the Week” has begun in our room. Each student has been assigned a week. You will receive a letter 1 week prior to the start. Students will bring in pictures, favorite toys, books and snack to share all week. You may email me pictures too! Many weeks are picked around their birthdays to make that week extra special.

Here is our schedule next week…it’s a SPIRIT week. Each day is a message to students to say NO to drugs.

10/23 Monday~ Wear sports apparel (jerseys or tshirts) Team up against drugs! + Art

10/24 Tuesday~ Wear Orange~ Orange you glad you don’t do drugs? + Book Exchange (I was wrong last week! But THIS week is the BE!)

10/25 Wednesday~ Wear Red for Red Ribbon Week + Music

10/26 Thursday~ Wear crazy socks and SOCK it to drugs + Phys. Ed.

10/27 Friday~ Spelling Test lesson 7+ Harvest party+ Wear jeans and be a JEANious!

by mpeart

Bushong Broadcast

Friday, October 27th

This upcoming Friday we will be exploring pumpkins and doing “Pumpkin Math” activities during our regular math class!  We will be super scientists and will be measuring, estimating, counting, observing, and much more!  We have the pumpkins ready to go, but would LOVE some fall snacks to add more fun!  Please email me or connect with me on Dojo to let me know if you are willing to send in a snack for our special activity!  Some ideas may be: pretzels, cookies, apples, a pumpkin dessert, harvest candy, apple cider, etc.  THANK YOU! Our class has 20 students and NO allergies.  🙂

by kbushong

Kindergarten with Mrs. Kinser

Weekly News: October 23 – 27

We are quickly approaching the end of October and nearing parent-teacher conference time! Please look for a paper sometime soon confirming your time with me in November. If you didn’t turn in your slip for a time preference, I assigned you a time. All parents need to return the slip, confirming the conference time. If the time doesn’t work for you, please contact me ASAP.

This week I’m looking forward to exploring pumpkins with the children on Pumpkin Day, Wednesday, October 25th! We will be doing all things pumpkin! We do not emphasize Halloween at school, but instead focus on fall, bats (see below for a video), and pumpkins.

Also, this week Central Manor is holding Red Ribbon Week, a time when we stress the importance of saying “no” to drugs. Please see the Central Manor Blog or the purple half sheet flyer that was sent home last week for details. The students are wearing different outfits every day! Of course, this is an optional activity!

Central Manor Miles run/jog/walk is on Friday. Parents are invited to come watch us walk our miles at 9:15 and 1:00! Please make sure your child is dressed for the weather on Friday and wearing sneakers!

Speaking of weather – Please make sure your child has a jacket for chilly days. We try to take a 10 minute outside break weather permitting.

The students are now participating in centers almost every day and are learning to read leveled books with me in small groups. These books are sent home in their Reading Folder. Please have your child read the book twice to you and you the parent/guardian, sign the post it note. You can do this every day with your child. They will have the same book for several days and may seem to “memorize” the book. That’s okay for now. Putting their finger under each word they read, directionality, and how to turn the pages are instrumental in beginning readers. Most of the books will focus on sight words with one or two “sound out” words.

We are adding the letter “g” this week and the sight word “to”. In math, we will finish chapter one and have a test on Thursday. Please practice  2-5 number formation at home to get ready for the test. (That just means, help them write the number the correct way. We see a lot of backward numbers in the beginning of the school year.)

Over the next two weeks, the students will be offered candy corn for a sight word game, and the Cheetos white cheddar “bones”. Please let me know if your child may not have any of these snacks!

And finally – a word about Halloween – please NO costumes on October 31st. Save them for trick-or-treating later if that is your family tradition. Thanks so much!

Thank you for your support in getting homework done and in providing donations for special activities. Please contact me with any questions/concerns. I’m looking forward to discussing your child’s progress in early November during the conferences!

connie.kinser@pennmanor.net

Here is most of the students favorite song right now and they ask to sing it everyday. Enjoy!

 

 

by ckinser

Ms. Gilbert's Grapevine

Red Ribbon Week!

Hambright Leaders are proudly saying “NO!” to drugs.  To show our support for one another, everyone is wearing special spirit wear each day next week.

Monday– Team Up Against Drugs…Wear a sport’s jersey or sport’s T-shirt

Tuesday– Orange you glad you don’t do drugs?…Wear orange

Wednesday– Red Ribbon Day…Wear red

Thursday– Sock it to drugs!…Wear wacky socks

Friday– Be a “jean-ious” (genius) and don’t do drugs!…Wear jeans and your Leader shirt (or blue and yellow)

by lorien gilbert

Mrs. Wiggins' Blog

week of 10/23-10/27

Mrs. Wiggins’ Weekly Newsletter

 

**Important Note!!  If you are planning to drop off your child’s PA Native American project on Monday morning, please drop it off in the CM office.  Thank you in advance for avoiding the morning car rider line.  You’re welcome to visit our 4th grade exhibit on Tuesday from 2:40-3:15.  Projects will be ready to go home after the exhibit on Tuesday.  If you plan to visit, and a particular departure time is necessary, we highly recommend that you plan to come at the beginning of the exhibit as you may encounter delays in the parking lot due to a high volume of car riders.

**Red Ribbon Week begins Monday!  Spirit days for each day are listed below.

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.

10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).

10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon week (wear red)

10/26  – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs (crazy socks)

10/27 – Friday: Be a “Jean-ious” – Don’t Do Drugs (wear jeans)

Special Reminders For This Week

*Monday – PA Native American projects due

*Tuesday – PA Native American exhibit 2:40-3:15

*Wednesday – William Penn Test

*Friday – Chapter 4 math test

*Friday – Spelling test #7 and packet due

*Friday – Central Manor Miles (4th grade will walk/run from 2:15-3:15)  This is a rain or shine event.

*Coin drive for Washington Boro Fire Co.  runs Tuesday, Oct.24th  -Friday, 27th.  Grades K-3 vs 4-6

 

Looking Ahead   

*October 31 – Reading log due (240 minutes for the month of October)

*October 31 – End of the first marking period

*November 3 – K-12 In Service Day (No School for students)

*November 8, 9 – Parent-Teacher Conferences

*November 8, 9, 10 – Early Dismissal

*November 22- November 27 – Thanksgiving Break

What are we learning this week?

English Language Arts (ELA):

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to on the prairie in the 1800s?  This week, we’ll be using a non-fiction piece called, “Surviving the Prairie” to writing about how hard it really was to survive on the prairie during these times.  We’ll also be introducing two-column notes to help us organize our thoughts when writing.   In grammar we will be looking more deeply into how to use, write, and identify simple and compound sentences.

Math:

We are working hard to continue to go from using Base 10 Blocks, to representational drawings to abstract multiplication.  The students have been practicing the Distributive Property, area models, partial products and more to multiply! Please continue to encourage your child to practice their math facts on Xtramath.

Science:

We will begin a unit on the Scientific Process at the end of October.

Social Studies:

The students are really enjoying the story of William Penn and how he came to the land that we now know as Pennsylvania.  Our William Penn Test is scheduled for this Wednesday.

by awiggins

Miss Klube's 2nd Grade Blog

Info for Week of October 23 – 27

I hope everyone is enjoying this BEAUTIFUL weather this weekend!

This upcoming week:

Spelling: Lesson 6 test will be Thursday, October 26.

Writing: We are going to continue working on main idea and detail writing.  Each sentence must have proper capitalization, punctuation, a naming part and a telling part!

Reading: We will continue our story, Winners Never Quit! A great story about Mia Hamm and the power of putting your mind to something and practicing to do better, rather than just quitting!

Math: We will wrap up Chapter 3 and have a math test Friday, October 27th.  The students are so excited to be adding 2-digit numbers!

Biology: We will continue our unit on biology, learning about plant life cycles, biotic and abiotic things, and ecosystems!  There will be no formal assessment for this unit.

*This week is also Red Ribbon week – I would love for all of our students to participate each day!

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.

10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).

10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon week (wear red)

10/26 – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs.  Show off your crazy socks.

10/27 – Be a “Jean-ious” Don’t do drugs (wear jeans and leader t-shirts).

by jklube

Mrs. Binkley's Third Grade Thoughts

Week of October 16, 2017

Our Week

Math – We are having a lot of fun learning all about multiplication! We learned how to solve multiplication problems using equal groups, arrays, skip counting, and repeated addition. Our Chapter 4 test is on Monday.

Arrays are more fun when you use little erasers!

ELA – We are learning all about facts and opinions. The students…err…I mean detectives, had to decide if statements were facts or opinions. They cracked the case!

Content – What’s the matter? Nothing when you are having fun in Science! We started learning about matter and its different states. We will experiment with the different states of matter over the next couple of weeks.

Spelling – Our Lesson 7 test was on Friday. The Lesson 8 list was sent home and will be tested on Friday.

Last week was also when we had Pink-Out Day!

It was a fun week in third grade, but the highlight of our week was The Super Hero Math Assembly! I loved watching their reactions as the presenter used magic to teach all about math.

Our Week Ahead

This week is Red Ribbon Week!

Monday – Art, Chapter 4 Math Test, Wear Your Favorite Sports Team Apparel

Tuesday – Library, Wear Orange

Wednesday – Music (Bring your recorders and music!), Wear Red

Thursday – PE (Wear Sneakers!), Wear Crazy Socks, Please bring your pumpkin for buddy painting!

Friday – Art, Spelling and Vocabulary Tests, Pumpkin Painting with Kindergarten Buddies, Harvest Party

*Please return the parent-teacher conference form that was sent home on Thursday. Thank you!!

Homework

Monday-Thursday: Study Spelling and Vocabulary

Tuesday-Thursday: Math Strip

Looking Ahead

November 3rd – No School

November 8th-10th – 1:30 Early Dismissal/Parent Teacher Conferences

Mrs. Binkley

by ebinkley

Fun in First Grade

Weekly News October 23-27

Reminders & News:

  • October 24th – Book Orders Due
  • October 27th– Central Manor Miles from 9:15 to 10:15. Feel free to come and cheer your child on!
  • This week is Red Ribbon Week– each day will be a different spirit day.10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon week (wear red)

    10/26  – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs (crazy socks)

    10/27 – Friday: Be a “Jean-ious” – Don’t Do Drugs (wear jeans)

Looking Ahead:

  • October 31st- End of the first marking period
  • November 3rd– No school, teacher in-service
  • November 6th- 10th – PTO Book Fair, we will go during our library instruction time that week.
  • November 8th and 9th – Parent-Teacher Conferences. Papers will come home this week letting you know the date and time of your conference.
  • November 8, 9, 10 – 1:30 Dismissal
  • November 22- November 27 – Thanksgiving Break

by saxtonc

Mrs. Rios 4th Grade Blog

Red Ribbon Week!

This week is Red Ribbon Week, a week that focuses on drug awareness, education, and prevention in public schools.  Following is a day-to-day list of how we will mark this event at Hambright.  The regular weekly blog will be posted later today.  Enjoy this beautiful day!

Red Ribbon Week

October 23rd to 27th

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.

10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).

10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon  week (wear red)

10/26 – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs.  Show off your crazy socks.

10/27 – Be a “Jean-ious” Don’t do drugs (wear jeans and leader t-shirts).

by mrios

Mrs. Frese's Second Grade Footnotes

This Week in 2F

Monday Day C Applied Engineering with Mr. Kelley  New Spelling Words

Tuesday Day D Music with Mr. Dutton – Chapter 3 Math test

Wednesday Day A Art with Mrs. Steffy   Assembly at 2:30 The Safety Detectives in Hot Pursuit

Thursday Day B Gym with Dr. Janssen

Friday Day C Applied Engineering with Mr. Kelley  – Spelling Test

by sfrese

Mrs. O'Donnell's Classroom Blog

The Week of 10/23…

Here is what is happening in Mrs. O’Donnell’s classroom this week…

In Math… we will finish Chapter 4 this week. We will have our Chapter 4 test on Friday.  This week, we will learn how to adjust the quotient when the estimated digit is too high or too low. Students will also practice dividing greater numbers by multi-digit divisors. Students will solve problems by solving a simpler problem.

In Social Studies… We will begin our Revolutionary War unit this week (with my homeroom students). This week we will learn about how the British Government unfairly treated us (no taxation without representation), we will learn about the Boston Tea Party, the Continental Congress, and the first battle in the war (Lexington and Concord).

In ELA…we will finish with Theme 6 this week “The Night of San Juan”. We will continue to work on our Children’s Storybooks. We will have out Vocab Assessment (only) on Monday. We will practice (as a class) writing the TDA for this story using a 2 column note. On Wednesday, we will be introduced to Lesson 7 “When the Circus Came to Town”. We will continue to work on our Theme Focus Skill with this story. We will learn a new set of vocab words.

In Writing…we will write personal narratives this week.

In Grammar…we will learn how to identify common and proper nouns.

In Spelling…Spelling Packets for Lesson 8 are due this Friday 10/27. Our test will also be this 10/27.  The spelling list is activated on spelling city so please encourage your children to study their words through this website (if they have access to a computer at home) This is a fun and interactive way to learn their spelling words.  https://www.spellingcity.com/users/mrsodonnell007

Our spelling words for this week are…..entire, hospital, public, combine, golden, chimney, pretzel, survive, absorb, turmoil, wisdom, journey, condition, whisper, identify, establish, furnace, capture, marvelous, nursery

*This will be our last spelling list for Marking Period 1. Next week, students will get a week off from spelling and we will continue Lesson 9 the following week to begin Marking Period 2.

Reminders:

*I will be sending home conference times this week.*

October 26: Shine Time 2:30pm

October 27th: CM Miles 5th grade time is 2:15 to 3:15

November 3: In Service- No School for Students

November 8-10: Early Dismissals (1:30pm) Parent Teacher Conferences

Last week, the students enjoyed a brain break that involved working together to get a hula hoop around the circle without breaking hands! How could we not go outside on these beautiful fall days for a fun little break?!

by eodonnell

Mrs. Frese's Second Grade Footnotes

Thanksgiving Donations

Every year Penn Manor School District assists families in need with Thanksgiving meals. We would like to make this process more uniform across the district.  We will be collecting the food listed below between October 30th and Friday, November 10th.  If you have a child in one of these grades, please consider donating to help our community.

kindergarten-boxed mashed potatoes

1st grade-boxed stuffing

2nd grade-canned corn

3rd grade-canned green beans

4th grade-canned sweet potatoes

5th grade-canned cranberry sauce

6th grade-canned gravy (NO GLASS)

7th and 8th grade-“just add water” muffin mix (“Betty Crocker” pouches)

by sfrese

Mrs. Noll's Blog

Noll Newsletter 10/21/17

Noll Newsletter 10/21/17

Dear Parents/Guardians:

We are quickly approaching the end of October and nearing parent-teacher conference time! Please look for a paper sometime soon confirming your time with me in November. If you didn’t turn in your slip for a time preference, I assigned you a time. All parents need to return the slip, confirming the conference time. If the time doesn’t work for you, please contact me ASAP.

This week I’m looking forward to exploring pumpkins with the children on Pumpkin Day, Wednesday, October 25th! We will be doing all things pumpkin! We do not emphasize Halloween at school, but instead focus on fall and pumpkins. We’ll have some fun next week with a Cheetos “bone” activity and need donations of Cheetos “Bags of Bones” in white cheddar. I will need about 8 bags (4 for each class) and if you’d like to donate one, please email me. Thanks!

Also, this week Central Manor is holding Red Ribbon Week, a time when we stress the importance of saying “no” to drugs. Please see the Central Manor Blog for details or my previous blog. The students are wearing different outfits every day! Of course, this is an optional activity!

We will have book exchange on Tuesday, October 24th, and Central Manor Miles on Friday. Parents are invited to come watch us walk our miles at 9:15 and 1:00! Please make sure your child is dressed for the weather on Friday and wearing sneakers!

Speaking of weather – Please make sure your child has a jacket for chilly days. We try to take a 10 minute outside break weather permitting. Thanks!

The children are now participating in centers almost every day and are learning to read leveled books with me in small groups. We are adding the letter “g” this week and the sight word “to”. In math, we will finish chapter one and have a test on Thursday. Please practice  2-5 number formation at home to get ready for the test.

Over the next two weeks, the students will be offered candy corn for a sight word game, vanilla pudding and pumpkin, and the Cheetos white cheddar “bones”. Please let me know if your child may not have any of these snacks!

And finally – a word about Halloween – please NO costumes on October 31st. Save them for trick-or-treating later if that is your family tradition. Thanks so much!

Thank you for your support in getting homework done and in providing donations for special activities. Please contact me with any questions/concerns. I’m looking forward to discussing your child’s progress in early November during the conferences!

 

Mrs. Noll

pam.noll@pennmanor.net      872-1401  x3232

 

 

by pnoll

October 21, 2017

First Grade Fly

October Donations Needed

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/8050D4DAAA92DA64-october1

Please consider donating an item for our upcoming pumpkin day.  We will be incorporating all things pumpkin into our math, and literacy lessons.  Your generosity allows us to provide hands on, engaging lessons that make first grade memories magical.

 

by mzurn

Mrs. Binkley's Third Grade Thoughts

Harvest Party Sign-Ups

Our Harvest Party is in one week! If you are able to donate supplies for the party, please click on the link below. Your support is definitely appreciated!

Harvest Party Supply Sign-Up

 

by ebinkley

October 20, 2017

Mrs. Eichler's Classroom Blog

News for the Week of Oct. 23

**Important Note!!  If you are planning to drop off your child’s PA Native American project on Monday morning, please drop it off in the CM office.  Thank you in advance for avoiding the morning car rider line.  You’re welcome to visit our 4th grade exhibit on Tuesday from 2:40-3:15.  Projects will be ready to go home after the exhibit on Tuesday.  If you plan to visit, and a particular departure time is necessary, we highly recommend that you plan to come at the beginning of the exhibit as you may encounter delays in the parking lot due to a high volume of car riders.

**Coin drive for Washington Boro Fire Co.  runs Tues.,Oct.24th  -27th.  Grades K-3 vs 4-6

**Donations Needed!  If you would be willing to make a donation (food should be in the original packaging please) for some upcoming lessons, I’m looking for…

several bags of candy corn

several bags of Tootsie Pops

mint gum

clear plastic cups

gummy bears

**Red Ribbon Week begins Monday!  Spirit days for each day are listed below.

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.

10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).

10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon week (wear red)

10/26  – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs (crazy socks)

10/27 – Friday: Be a “Jean-ious” – Don’t Do Drugs (wear jeans)

Special Reminders:

*Monday – PA Native American Projects Due

*Tuesday – Exhibit is October 24th at 2:40 PM

*Friday – Central Manor Miles (4th grade is scheduled from 2:15-3:15)

*Friday – Spelling Test (Please study!) and Packet #7 Due

*Friday- William Penn Test

Looking Ahead…

*October 31 – End of the first marking period, Reading Log Due!!

*November 3 – K-12 In Service Day (No School for students)

*November 8, 9 – Parent-Teacher Conferences

*November 8, 9, 10 – Early Dismissal

*November 22- November 27 – Thanksgiving Break

What are we learning this week?

English Language Arts (ELA):

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to on the prairie in the 1800s?  This week, we’ll be using a non-fiction piece called, “Surviving the Prairie” to writing about how hard it really was to survive on the prairie during these times.  We’ll be using two-column notes to organize our thoughts.  The students are doing a fantastic job with growing in their ability to use evidence to support ideas.  The reading log is due on October 31.  Has your child been working to reach the goal of a total of at least 240 minutes?  The reading log counts as a grade, please encourage your child to stay on course to reach this goal!

Math:

We are working hard to continue to go from using Base 10 Blocks, to representational drawings to abstract multiplication.  The students have been practicing the Distributive Property, area models, partial products and more to multiply!

Science:

We will begin a unit on the Scientific Process at the end of October.

Social Studies:

Our PA Native American Exhibit is scheduled for Tuesday.  You are welcome to visit the 4th grade exhibits from 2:40-3:10.  Projects will go home on Tuesday after the exhibit!  Please be sure you read the note above about timing for the parking lot!

by beichler

Bushong Broadcast

Our Week Ahead!

RED RIBBON WEEK!

Monday, October 23:  Day C Music     Peace Out to Drugs- Wear tie dye!

Tuesday, October 24:  Day D:  Applied Engineering

Mrs. Bushong will be working with students today outside of the classroom.  We will be reading together.  Please remind your learner to be ready for a substitute today.

Wednesday, October 25:  Day A:  Gym:  Please wear sneakers

SAFETY DETECTIVES-Assembly  2:30

Thursday, October 26:  Day B:  Art

Friday, October 27:  Day C:  Music

Remember- Monday is “Wear tie dye” Day!  If you don’t have tie dye, wear a bright color to say, “Peace Out to Drugs!”  Say No! 

 

 

by kbushong

PMSD Elementary Counseling Department

December Holiday Support

 

This page lists ways to receive assistance during the holiday season.   

 

Toys for Tots: Toys for Tots Link

 

Salvation Army: Salvation Army 2017 Flyer

Dates are for sign-ups are:
Weds Nov 8th 10am-7pm
Thurs Nov 9th  10am-7pm
Fri Nov 10th 2pm-7pm
Sat Nov 11th 10am-2pm

You will need to bring:
*Photo ID (if incorrect address something with current address)
*Proof of everyone in household (Children 12 and under only receive toys–this includes birth certificate, medical cards, anything with the DOB on it)
*Proof of others in household (anyone 13 and above will be counted for food–will need to have something with their DOB (13-17 years) *Photo ID for other adults (18+) if ID doesn’t have current address, then they need something proving they live there.
*Proof of income

 

Penn Manor School District Support: Contact your school counselor or school social worker for in-district support. This is based on need and availability.

 

by Mrs. Juba

Bushong Broadcast

Red Ribbon Week!

 

October 23rd ~ Peace Out to Drugs- Wear tie dye!

October 24th ~ Stomp On Drugs!  Wear boots!

October 25th ~ Be a Drug Free Team!-Wear a team jersey or any team spirit wear.

October 26th ~ Put a Cap on Drugs!  Wear a favorite hat!

October 27th~ Be a Smartie- Don’t Do Drugs!  Kids will receive Smarties.

Logo for Drug Free Week 2017

by kbushong

Mrs. Juba's Counselor Corner

December Holiday Help

 

This page lists ways to receive assistance during the holiday season.   

 

Toys for Tots: Toys for Tots Link

 

Salvation Army: Salvation Army 2017 Flyer

Dates are for sign-ups are:
Weds Nov 8th 10am-7pm
Thurs Nov 9th  10am-7pm
Fri Nov 10th 2pm-7pm
Sat Nov 11th 10am-2pm

You will need to bring:
*Photo ID (if incorrect address something with current address)
*Proof of everyone in household (Children 12 and under only receive toys–this includes birth certificate, medical cards, anything with the DOB on it)
*Proof of others in household (anyone 13 and above will be counted for food–will need to have something with their DOB (13-17 years) *Photo ID for other adults (18+) if ID doesn’t have current address, then they need something proving they live there.
*Proof of income

 

Penn Manor School District Support: Contact your school counselor or school social worker for in-district support. This is based on need and availability.

by Mrs. Juba

PMSD Elementary Counseling Department

Thanksgiving Donations

 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

Every year Penn Manor School District assists families with Thanksgiving meals. We would like to make this process more uniform across the district. We will be collecting the food listed below between October 30th and Friday, November 10th.

If you have a child in one of these grades, please consider donating to help our community.

 

kindergarten-boxed mashed potatoes

1st grade-boxed stuffing

2nd grade-canned corn

3rd grade-canned green beans

4th grade-canned sweet potatoes

5th grade-canned cranberry sauce

6th grade-canned gravy (NO GLASS)

by Mrs. Juba

Mrs. Juba's Counselor Corner

Thanksgiving Donations

 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Every year Penn Manor School District assists families with Thanksgiving meals. We would like to make this process more uniform across the district. We will be collecting the food listed below between

      October 30th and Friday, November 10th.

If you have a child in one of these grades, please consider donating to help our community.

 

kindergarten-boxed mashed potatoes

1st grade-boxed stuffing

2nd grade-canned corn

3rd grade-canned green beans

4th grade-canned sweet potatoes

5th grade-canned cranberry sauce

6th grade-canned gravy (NO GLASS)

7th and 8th grade-“just add water” muffin mix (“Betty Crocker” pouches)

by Mrs. Juba

Bushong Broadcast

Math Superhero Assembly

It was a great day in second grade on Thursday!  We were busy learning and growing! The most fun part of the day was our Superhero Math Assembly!  Grace and Dalton were awesome participants.  They taught us that math is important and is a part of every day life!  We Love Math!

by kbushong

Aucott's Announcements

October 20th Updates

We made it to 10 Great Class points Thursday, so that means Gorilla Brownies made by me for the class. Yum!

This week:

  1. Social Studies test 10/24
  2. Social Studies poster 10/27
  3. Reading, spelling, and robust vocabulary quizzes 10/24
  4. Multiplication test – chapter 4  10/25
  5. We are also wrapping up two writing pieces this week.  The first is our two great hooks and the second is their choice of a narrative small moment they want to write as a good copy with figurative language in it. Rubrics are with the writing pieces.

Our school district is accepting donations for Thanksgiving boxes. Click here for more information.   ThanksgivingBoxes

Parent teacher conference slips may still be in your child’s backpack.  You may want to check it.

Enjoy the beautiful weather and your longer weekend!

 

 

by caucott

Bushong Broadcast

Thanksgiving Donations

Dear Parents and Guardians,                                                

Every year Penn Manor School District assists families in need with Thanksgiving meals. We would like to make this process more uniform across the district.  We will be collecting the food listed below between October 30th and Friday, November 10th.  If you have a child in one of these grades, please consider donating to help our community.

kindergarten-boxed mashed potatoes

1st grade-boxed stuffing

2nd grade-canned corn

3rd grade-canned green beans

4th grade-canned sweet potatoes

5th grade-canned cranberry sauce

6th grade-canned gravy (NO GLASS)

7th and 8th grade-“just add water” muffin mix (“Betty Crocker” pouches)

 

by kbushong

Mrs. Mehalick's Blog

Science Experiment- Chemical Changes

Check out these awesome pictures from yesterday’s lesson on chemical changes!

by mfellin

Penn Manor Serteen

Car Wash Round 2!

Hi everyone!  I sent out the e-mail below to get commitments from everyone about helping with the car wash.  So far I’ve only heard back from 2 people despite the fact that 15 of you raised your hand in club stating you could help.  Please read the e-mail below and get back to me ASAP.  Thank you!

We are once again planning the car wash for this Sunday 10/22 at Jack Williams Tire and Auto in Millersville on Manor Ave.  We are going to have two shifts but you are welcome to stay the whole time!  The first shift is 11am-1pm and the second will be 1pm-3pm.  We are also selling baked goods at the event and would like donations.  Please drop them off at the event the day of.  If you can make baked goods but can’t bring them Sunday, let me know and we can figure something out.
Please reply to Mrs. Kroesen ASAP with the following information:
Your name
Time Slot you can work (if possible)
Baked Good you are donating (if possible)
Any items you can bring to the car wash if we need them- hose, sponges, etc. (I’ll you know what we still need)

by jkroesen

Mr. Mattern's Sixth Grade

Weekly Update 10-23-17

I hope everyone takes a moment to go outside and enjoy the wonderful weather this weekend.  Here is some information for the week ahead:

Reading:  We completed our guided reading stories, and we will move back to Storytown this week.  The main focus will be plot and character development as we read the story, Befiddled.  Students are also getting exposure to different literary elements during our Enrichment period that will help them as we read different genres. 

Writing:  Students will finish writing their narrative story early in the week.  Everyone will type the final copy of their story and have the opportunity to share their narrative with the class.

Spelling:  Lesson 6 – Test on Friday, October 27th

Math:  Remember to keep working on your multiplication and division facts!

Social Studies:  Our Civil War unit is coming to an end.  I will do a review of the main points with the class on Monday, and I will give everyone a study guide.  Students will have a test on Thursday, October 26th.  This will give everyone three days to study for the test.

  • Important Dates:
  • 11/3 – No school for students (in-service)
  • 11/6 to 10 – PTO Book Fair
  • 11/8 – Early dismissal at 1:30 (no kdg today)
  • 11/8 – Parent/Teacher conferences
  • 11/9 – Early dismissal at 1:30 (a.m. attends & has lunch at school)
  • 11/9 – Parent/Teacher conferences
  • 11/10 – Early dismissal at 1:30 (p.m. attends & has lunch at school)

by tmattern

Fellenbaum`s Forum

Thanksgiving Donations

Dear Parents and Guardians,
Every year Penn Manor School District assists families in need with Thanksgiving meals. We would like to
make this process more uniform across the district. We will be collecting the food listed below between Monday, October 30th and Friday, November 10th . If you have a child in one of these grades, please consider donating to help our community.

kindergarten-boxed mashed potatoes
1 st grade-boxed stuffing
2 nd grade-canned corn
3 rd grade-canned green beans
4 th grade-canned sweet potatoes
5 th grade-canned cranberry sauce
6 th grade-canned gravy (NO GLASS)

7 th and 8 th grade-“just add water” muffin mix (“Betty Crocker” pouches)

by hfellenbaum

Mr. Mattern's Sixth Grade

Conference Papers

On Monday, all students will be bring home paperwork regarding our parent teacher conferences in November.  There are two papers I am asking you to return to school.  The first paper contains the assigned time for our conference.  The second paper is a conference planning form that Mr. Schettler and I use to help direct the conversation during our meeting.  If you could please fill out the conference planning form and return it by Friday, October 27th, it would be greatly appreciated.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at school.  Thank you.

Mr. Mattern

by tmattern

Dr. Garvey's 6th Grade Blog

Fall Fest Donation items

This Wednesday we are going to have a fall fest. We will have several stations including an indian corn craft, poetry writing, an estimate activity and snack. We will also be learning how to turn a pumpkin into pumpkin pie. We are looking for donations of cider and fall treats for our snack. Some ideas could be pumpkin bread, pumpkin cookies, apple themed desserts. Please no nuts or peanut butter as we have several students with allergies. Please email me at kim.garvey@pennmanor.net to donate. Thanks so much!

 

Kim

by kgarvey

Mrs. Piatt's Blog Site

Week of October 23, 2017

Mrs. Piatt’s Weekly Newsletter

**Important Note!!  If you are planning to drop off your child’s PA Native American project on Monday morning, please drop it off in the CM office.  Thank you in advance for avoiding the morning car rider line.  You’re welcome to visit our 4th grade exhibit on Tuesday from 2:40-3:15.  Projects will be ready to go home after the exhibit on Tuesday.

**Coin drive for Washington Boro Fire Co.  runs Tues.,Oct.24th  -27th.  Grades K-3 vs 4-6

**Donations Needed!  If you would be willing to make a donation (food should be in the original packaging please) for some upcoming lessons, I’m looking for…

several bags of candy corn

several bags of Tootsie Pops

mint gum

clear plastic cups

gummy bears

**Red Ribbon Week begins Monday!  Spirit days for each day are listed below.

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.

10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).

10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon week (wear red)

10/26  – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs (crazy socks)

10/27 – Friday: Be a “Jean-ious” – Don’t Do Drugs (wear jeans)

Special Reminders:

*Monday – PA Native American Projects Due

*Tuesday – Exhibit is October 24th at 2:40 PM

*Friday – Central Manor Miles (4th grade is scheduled from 2:15-3:15)

*Friday – Spelling Test (Please study!)

Looking Ahead…

*October 31 – End of the first marking period

*November 3 – K-12 In Service Day (No School for students)

*November 8, 9 – Parent-Teacher Conferences

*November 8, 9, 10 – Early Dismissal

*November 22- November 27 – Thanksgiving Break

What are we learning this week?

English Language Arts (ELA):

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to on the prairie in the 1800s?  This week, we’ll be reading a non-fiction piece called, “Surviving the Prairie” and writing about how hard it really was to survive on the prairie during these times.  We’ll be using two-column notes to organize our clever thoughts.  The students are doing a fantastic job with growing in their ability to use evidence to support ideas.

Math:

We are working hard to continue to go from using Base 10 Blocks, to representational drawings to abstract multiplication.  The students have been practicing the Distributive Property, area models, partial products and more to multiply!

Science:

We will begin a unit on the Scientific Process at the end of October.

Social Studies:

Our PA Native American Exhibit is scheduled for Tuesday.  You are welcome to visit the 4th grade exhibits from 2:40-3:10.  Projects will go home on Tuesday after the exhibit!

by hpiatt

Dutton Music Blog

Martic & LeTort CHORUS!

Martic CHORUS – Tuesday, 10/24 @ 8:00am
LeTort CHORUS – Wednesday, 10/25 @ 8:00am

CHORUS members should listen and sing with these 2 songs:
A Perfect Winter’s Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Yo6Jrhdcsw

Light The Candles All Around The World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keRh3oQCV7o

Coming Rehearsals:
MARTIC CHORUS – 11/2 Thursday / 11/10 Friday / 11/21 Tuesday / 12/4 Monday / 12/14 Thursday

LeTORT CHORUS – 11/1 Wednesday / 11/13 Monday / 11/20 Monday / 12/5 Tuesday / 12/11 Monday

by Mr. Dutton

Martic BAND Monday, 10/23!

Martic BAND rehearsals!
Monday, 10/23 @ 8:00am

Coming Rehearsals:
MARTIC BAND – 10/30 Monday / 11/9 Thursday / 11/16 Thursday / 12/1 Friday / 12/8 Friday

by Mr. Dutton

Central Manor Third Grade

Weekly Update October 23-27, 2017

*We are still in need of some items for our Harvest Celebration.  Please check this link if you are able to help out!  Thank you for those of you that have already brought things in and signed up! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4AADA822A64-harvest2

This upcoming week is national Red Ribbon Week. We will be participating by having a different spirit day each day next week.

10/23 – Monday: Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports team apparel.

10/24 – Tuesday: Orange you glad you don’t do drugs (wear orange).

10/25 – Wednesday: Support Red Ribbon week (wear red)

10/26  – Thursday: Sock it to Drugs (crazy socks)

10/27 – Friday: Be a “Jean-ious” – Don’t Do Drugs (wear jeans)

October is Fire Safety month.  There will be a coin drive for the Washington Boro Fire Company Tuesday October, 24th-27th.  Bring in as many coins as you can as K-3 will compete against 4-6!

*Be on the look out for your child’s matter study guide coming home sometime this week!

  • Monday, October 23 :  Cycle day C
  • Tuesday, October 24: Cycle day D
  • Wednesday, October 25: Cycle day A
  • Thursday, October 26: Cycle day  B – Shinetime
  • Friday, October 27: Cycle day C –  Spelling test lesson 7, CM Miles 10:30-11:30

Upcoming Events:

  • Thursday, October 26 – Shine Time
  • Friday, October 27: CM Miles – rain or shine
  • Tuesday, October 31: End of the 1st marking Period
  • Friday, November 3 – K-12 In Service Day (No School for students)
  • November 8 – 9 – Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • November 8, 9, 10 – Early Dismissal
  • November 22- 27 – Thanksgiving Break

by mquinn

First Grade Fly

November Volunteer Sign Up

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050d4daaa92da64-november1

Please only sign up for one slot until everyone has had a chance to sign up. Thanks 🙂

I’m looking for parent volunteers daily from 2-2:30 to assist with writing workshop. Parent volunteers will rotate throughout the classroom and offer assistance to students who need help staying on track, need a cheerleader, or need help spelling phonetically and writing word wall words correctly. Please only sign up if you have completed your Penn Manor Volunteer packet and clearances. Your willingness to help is greatly appreciated.

by mzurn

Second Stories

Homework Outline

2L Homework Outline for 10/23 – 10/27 Read for at least 10 minutes each night! Monday: Day C –  read Winners Never Quit! starting on page 166 in the large reading book Today’s Special: Physical Education  *Wear sneakers! **Return your child’s initialed clip calendar today! * “Team Up Against Drugs!” Wear your favorite team jersey […]

by leisure

Steffy's Stellar Student Gallery

FLYING into the year with Art!

                                        

Students in grades 1-6 flew into the new school year by creating their own unique “wing thing.”  Students in grades 4-6 read a book called Wings by Christoper Myers.  It is about a boy who learns how to overcome his differences and thrive when he “spreads his wings.” Students then had to create their own “wing thing” to display in a collaborative art installation.   Primary students learned about the life cycle of a butterfly and read the book Waiting for Wings by Lois Ehlert.   They also created an indidual wing project to display.

Additionally, all of the students in grades 1-6 worked on creating several pairs of GIANT wings to hang around the school.  It was a challenge for students to collaborate on the larger wings, but they worked so hard on them and they turned out to be beautiful!

 

 

 

by steffyj

Penn Manor High School Mathematics Department

October Mathletes!

The Monthly Mathlete award is given to one career prep student, one college prep student, and one honors student every month. These students are nominated and chosen by the Math Department on the basis of their hard work and leadership in the math classroom. They will have their pictures posted in the Math Wing for the month and will each receive a coupon for a free MTO at Sheetz.

Abby Stoner is receiving this award because she has been a model student in her CP Algebra 1 class. She is responsible, exceeds the expectations for the course, and is always one of the first students to answer or ask questions. Most importantly, she has a great attitude and is respectful to her teacher and her classmates. She currently has one of the highest grades in the class for the first marking period and will hopefully continue her success into the second marking period.

Ashley Sanchez is receiving this award as a result of her diligence and hard work in Intro Algebra 1C. She has been faithful in completing every assignment  promptly and accurately, and has regularly submitted her weekly reviews early to get them checked. Ashely takes on challenges and optional assignments that exceed the requirements of her class to deepen her understanding of concepts. Keep striving for excellence in everything you do and keep up your positive attitude, Ashley, and you will go far!

Julianne West is receiving this award because she works quietly and diligently in class every day in Honors Calculus. She consistently has your homework completed, and she are so very willing to work with any student, regardless of their ability, earning much gratitude from her teacher. She currently has earned a 95% in Honors Calculus which reflects her work ethic and her intuitive
thinking. Her teacher has confidence in her ability to be successful in an AP level course next year.

by bpongracz

Mrs. Garpstas 2nd Grade

LeTort's Sixth Grade Blog

Red Ribbon Week

This week is Red Ribbon Week.  Listed below are the themes for each day.

Monday – Team Up Against Drugs (Wear your favorite sports team apparel.)

Tuesday – Orange You Glad You Don’t Do Drugs (Wear orange.)

Wednesday – Support Red Ribbon Week (Wear red.)

Thursday – Sock it to Drugs (Wear crazy socks.)

Friday – Be a “Jean-ious” – Don’t Do Drugs (Wear jeans.)

 

by bmitchell

Mr. Jones' Classroom Blog

Native American Projects

I hope your Friday is off to a great start!  I just wanted to pass along some important information in regards to the social studies projects.  The projects are due Monday.  If your child is a car rider, please do not drop the project off in the car rider line.  Those students must enter through the main entrance.  If you have any questions about this, please let me know.
I am looking forward to seeing all of these Native American project!
Have a great weekend!!

by mjones

LeTort's Sixth Grade Blog

Pink Out Pictures

We were a sea of pink to support Penn Manor’s Pink Out Day!

by bmitchell

Penn Manor Cross Country

Saturday practices

Saturday’s practice will begin 8 am at Manor Middle School.

 

by akramer

October 19, 2017

Miss Painter's Pages

2P Homework Outline for 10/23 – 10/27

2P Homework Outline for 10/23 – 10/27

Read for at least 10 minutes each night!

Monday: Day C –  read Winners Never Quit! starting on page 166 in the large reading book

Today’s Special: Music

**Return your child’s initialed clip calendar today!

* “Team Up Against Drugs!” Wear your favorite team jersey

Tuesday: Day D –  math worksheet

Today’s Special:Library
*Bring your library book!
*Spelling Test Today!
*“Don’t Get Tied Up in Drugs!” – Wear tie-dyed clothing or a necktie.

Wednesday: Day A – spelling practice sheet

Today’s Special: Art
* “Your Future Is Key, So Stay Drug Free!” – Wear red.

Thursday: Day B – math worksheet

Today’s Special: Physical Education  

*Wear sneakers
* ”Don’t Get Mixed Up in Drugs!” – Wear mismatched clothing.

Friday: Day C – no homework over the weekend

Today’s Special: Physical Education  *Wear sneakers!
* “Follow Your Dreams-Stay Healthy and Drug Free!” – Wear P.J.’s (no slippers, please.)

*Initial your child’s clip calendar in the Friday, 10/27 box.  Return the initialed calendar to school on

Monday, 10/30.

 

by painterg

Mrs. Frese's Second Grade Footnotes

SuperHero Math

We went to an assembly today with our class. We had a volunteers for second grade who had a fantastic time. It was a great assembly, please ask your child about what happened. We then had a busy day with the spelling test and math problem solving.

Have a great weekend!


by sfrese

Becker Bulletin

Pink Out!

Below is a picture of some of us for the Pink Out!  Next week is red-ribbon week; the schedule was sent home with students.

Monday: Team up against drugs (wear you favorite sports team)

by aheinicke