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School Begins Thursday, August 11th, 2016. Please have your child at school by 8:00 AM.
Back to School Night: Thursday, Sept. 1st.
Labor Day: Monday, September 5th NO SCHOOL
Fall Picture Day September 7th ( Please wear uniform clothes)
Back To School Night
6:30-6:50 Primary Classroom (Gr. 1-3) Presentations
7:00-7:25 All gather in Multi-Use Room
7:30-7:50 Intermediate(Gr .4-6) Classroom Presentations
There is no school on Friday, November 11, 2016. It is the Veteran's Day Holiday.
Parent teacher conferences will begin Wednesday, Nov. 16th.
Parent Teacher Conferences will be 5 days . Nov. 16, 17,18, 21 and 22.
Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the CCSS Report Card (before conference time).
You'll find the information you need at www.musd.org. Click on Students at the top of the page. Then click on Common Core Standards and then you'll see CCSS Report Cards on the right in light blue print. Please pay close attention to the changes outlined for 2014-2015 by the district.
There are grade level report cards you can download. There is a report card with explanations for some sections.
If you have any questions or concerns email or call me.
Happy New Year!!!
There will be no school on January 18 and January 29th. January 18th is a holiday to observe Martin Luther King's Birthday. January 29th is a teacher in-service day.
Check out ixl.com SOCIAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE, especially Animal Traits, Adaptations and Heredity. We have a one month trial.
DATES TO REMEMBER
MAY 6TH: CINCO DE MAYO NO SCHOOL
MAY 11TH: MINIMUM DAY SCHEDULE STUDENTS ARE DISMISSED AT 12:10
MAY 12TH: OPEN HOUSE
MAY 30TH: MEMORIAL DAY NO SCHOOL
JUNE 1ST: LAST DAY MINIMUM DAY SCHEDULE 12:10
Please return the Emergency Card and First Day Questionnaire.
Study your spelling words. Do your ixl reading and math for at least 15 min. Also do i-ready math, one lesson or 15 min. Most lessons should take less than 15 minutes but there are some that could take as much as an hour to complete. Read and study your poem of the week.
Use mathplayground.com or sumdog.com to practice math facts if you want your child to do more than what is required for homework.
Six Traits of Writing Plus One