What's Happening in your Grade in February?

In Kindergarten we will continue to do our mid-year testing. We will be looking forward to our Valentines Day party and will be leaning about Ground Hog Day. Reminder: Please be on time and make an effort to have your child present everyday. This will help your child not fall behind in academics and in testing. Thank you!

First Grade - no report.

It's time to get ready for Parent/Teacher Conferences for Second Graders. Look on Skyward to set up a time with your teacher. February is a short month bu full of many events. Valentine lists and party information will be sent out soon, so be on the look out for those. Other items that we will be working on are: Ground Hog's Day, A and B track music program on Feb. 3 at 2:30 pm, and President's Day. Your children are learning double digit adding and subtracting with regrouping (borrowing and carrying) and units of measurements.

Third Grade - no report.

Fourth Grade
February is the time, when we pass our valentines and say, "Be Mine!"
We have a party with a treat and a look at our cards, oh so neat.
Multiplication and division are some of the things we do in math,
Rocks and minerals, weather and soil, take us down a science path.
Remember to bring recorders and books,
Keep up on your lunch money and say thanks to our cooks.
Karate assemblies and mountain men too,
We're looking forward to springtime, how 'bout you?

The Fifth Grade started off the New Year by getting right back to work as the school year seems to be flying by! Our classes are working on division, probability and fractions. We are busy memorizing parts of American History for the Young American Award and learning songs for the assembly at the end of the year. Book reports and poem recitals continue and we can't wait for the weather to warm up enough to be outside for PE. Our annual Valentines Day Box Contest is fast approaching so start thinking of a fun idea for it!

On Feb. 11th the Sixth Grade is hosting a Masquerade Ball for our students! Both boys and girls will dress up for the event in their fine clothing and accouterments. They have creatively made detailed masks (Mardi Gras style) which will become part of their attire. Students have been working on several dance steps and styles to prepare for the extravaganza! This activity combines Social Studies Curriculum with dance (P.E. Physical Movement Curriculum). A magnificent, resplendent circumstance to be esteemed by all!