April 28, 2017

Welcome to the wonderful season of Easter. The Church celebrates for the next 50 days! Alleluia! The students came back well rested and ready to learn. In math, first graders wrapped up graphing and interpreting data. They began their new unit on geometry. In science students wrapped up their desert habitat unit with a cactus experiment and lizard art project.

 

It’s Auction time! Get your bids ready for a wonderful night! Remember to be on the lookout for these items!

Afternoon at the Cinema

(Item 3009)

Spend the afternoon at school with the Primary teachers making ice cream sundaes and watching a movie!  Remember to bring your pillow and sleeping bag.  This will be on Friday, May 19 from 4:30-6:00. 

 

 Miss Feeney’s 1st Grade Project

“Outdoor Tile Table”

We have artfully assembled an outdoor table with tiles designed by each student in Miss Feeney’s first grade class.  With nature as the theme, each tile reflects its artist’s own style.  This elegant, yet whimsical table will delight your guests while holding up drinks and snacks.  Constructed to withstand the relentless Seattle rain, this table will brighten your patio or deck even on the cloudiest of days.

Value=Cherist-table

 

Miss Feeney’s Bedtime Story Corner

Item 1009

I can come visit your child at your home and read him/her a bedtime story or we can play a board game!

 

Habitat Day

This week information was sent home regarding Habitat Day. Please take a moment to read the pink “To Do List” all the way through. The habitat-planning sheet will be sent home with a note if it was approved/not approved. For example if your child chooses a dolphin, this would not be approved because there are many types of dolphins. If you child chooses a spinner dolphin it will be approved. Please do not begin research or building your habitat until you get approval from your teacher. On May 24th, parents are invited to tour habitat projects at the end of the day from 2:30 – 3:00. A detailed schedule of the day will be posted with other available visiting times.

 

Field Trip

We will leave for the zoo at 9:15 on May 19 and return by 1:00. We will have lunch there so please do not order hot lunch for this day! Field Trip Permission slips will go home on Monday, May 1st. Please fill out both sides and return it by Friday, May 5. The fee for the field trip includes admission and parking.

-If you have a zoo pass, please make a copy and turn it in with a $2.75 fee.

-If you do not have a zoo pass, please include $12.00 fee with your permission slip.

We will pay for parking for 12 cars. However we will not be able to pay for admission for volunteers. If you signed up to volunteer, please include your $9.25 fee too. Thank you!

 

Thank you to all the parents who can help out: Mrs. Bergman, Mrs. Semick, Mr. Slama, Ms. McVay, Mrs. Vega, Mr. Eberly, Mr. Kearney, Ms. Szyszko, Ms. Kay, Mr. Ramos and Ms. Erbe! There is still time to sign up to volunteer!

 

Questions to Ask:

-What habitat do you have for habitat day?

-What happened to our “Cactus “ sponge?

-What is a bar graph?

Special Notes:

– Star Dolphins for the week: Parker, Caleb, and Nathaniel

– Wear dress uniform on Monday, May 1st for Crowning of Mary (please bring rosary and a flower)

– Spring Concert is on Thursday, May 4 at 7:00 (Egan Hall)

– Bike to School Day is on May 10th

 

I CAN…

-read first grade words. RF1.3

-use what I know about phonics to spell new words. L.1.2

-spell first grade words. L.1.2

-sort words into categories. L.1.5

-read and understand first grade fiction. RL.1.10

-read and understand first grade non-fiction. RI.1.10

-tell about the main ideas and details after I listen or read. SL.1.2

-follow rules for discussions, talk with others, and ask questions during discussions. SL.1.1

-speak and write in complete sentences. SL.1.6

-organize and understand data. 1.MD.4

-ask and answer questions about data. 1.MD.4