Ms. Krecik and Miss Pfeiffer

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Archive for May, 2015

Weekly Overview and Homework Chart June 1-June 5

Dear Parents, There are three weeks left of school.  Students are expected to meet their AR Goal in reading.  Failure to meet the AR goal will impact their end-of-quarter Reading grade. The Volume Project is due on Monday, June 8.  This project will count towards a Math and Science grade for Q4. Ray School Olympics are on […]

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Weekly Overview and Homework Chart 5/25-5/29

Dear Parents, There are four weeks left of school.  Students are expected to mee their AR Goal in reading.  If students are not completing tests to meet their AR goal. this will impact their end-of-quarter grade. Book Recommendation #4 is due Monday, June 1. *****Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week […]

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Weekly Overview and Homework Chart May 18-22

Dear Parents, There is a Spanish field trip on Friday from 9-12:30.  Students are requird to attend for a Spanish grade.  Please contact Mr. Walter if you are interested in chaperoning.  His email is:  wlwalter@cps.edu Progress reports were sent home on Friday. Please review and sign the bottom portion to return to me. *****Here is an […]

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Weekly Overview and Homework Chart May 11-15

Dear Parents, I wanted to thank you, parents, for donating new books to our classroom library.  I do not know who our secret shoppers were, but we are so excited to read some more new literature.  Thank you, thank you, thank you. Progress reports will be sent home on Friday.  Please review and sign the […]

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Weekly Overview and Homework Chart May 4-8

Dear Parents, Sorry for the delay in getting up the weekly post!  It’s an adjustment to being the solo teacher again! *****Here is an overview of what we will be doing this week in our CORE SUBJECTS: Reader’s Workshop– Students should be reading 40+ minutes nightly to ensure they will meet their AR goal this […]

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