Alright Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a lot of events to share with you. The first one is happening tonight!
Car Wash: The BPA is hosting a car wash on Friday, March 24th at the Wendt's house from 6:30-8ish. It is $15 to get your car all spiffy for spring!
Book-It: Please return your last (yep, last one) calendar by Friday, March 31! Thanks!
Prom: The Prom is on Saturday, March 25th for the high school students. The Grand March will be at 8:30. The Community Prom is on Sunday, March 26th. It starts at 6:00 p.m. Donations are greatly appreciated.
The Elementary Prom is on March 27 from 1:00-2:30. Please let your child dress-up fancy for it! You are also invited to join us at the elementary prom.
Donkey Basketball: There is a donkey basketball game on March 31 at 7:00 in the high school gym. Prior to the game, they are selling sloppy joes (available at 6:30) - yummy!
Pictures: April 6th is the last day to purchase your child's spring pictures. Please stop in the office and check them out if you haven't already done so.
Report Cards: These wonderful work of art have been mailed home to all of you. Your children's hard work (and your support) have really paid off. All of the report cards were very good and worth celebrating.
A.R.: Your child's A.R. points were listed on the report card. The range of A.R. points is 11.6-85.9! Everyone has done a great job earning these treasured points. Four of the students have 50 points or more. Way to go everyone!
Reading: Homework due Friday!
Spy Kids and Thundermans: Both groups will continue to work on the stories from last week.
Spelling: The spelling this week has the kids working with words that have aw, al, and o. Homework due Friday!
Handwriting:The kids will continue to work on their cursive writing focusing on the letters M, N, O, P, and Q.
Grammar: This week, in grammar, the kids will be continuing to learn about and work with different irregular verbs. They will also be reviewing and working with commas in a series or list.
Math: After finishing up Unit 8 in math, we will begin working with/in Unit 9. In Unit 9, students will be working on borrowing from the tens and hundreds when necessary (two and three-digit subtraction). Homework due Friday!
Science: In science this week, the students will continue to learn about different habitats and how nature changes environments. Their Chapter 4 test (over habitats/environments) will be on Thursday.
Thanks everyone! Hope to see you at the Prom!
Jaime and Abbey