May

2016

Month in Review

April was a great month! It is hard to believe this school year is already over. We learned about saving, spending and earning money. We discussed ways to make money and potential jobs for the future. Students learned about the 3 step plan and how to make a budget. We learned about Earth Day and the importance of taking care of our planet. We went to the park this month. We also turned water bottles into piggy banks and planters. Students read about the new Jungle Book movie as well as the Frozen Ride that is opening at Epcot this summer. Our foodie Friday treats included Dirt, pizza monkey bread, trail mix and Nutella and strawberry roll ups. Mrs. Anderson class also made homemade ice cream. It was a lot of work, but also a lot of fun! Our character trait for the month of April was Principled. Students learned about acting with fairness, honesty, integrity and being respectful. Students learned to take responsibility for their own actions and consequences.

ROAD

Students have completed the 32 week dance course ending with the final performance at the Civic on May 5th. This has been a great experience for everyone involved! A big thank you to our wonderful teachers! We look forward to participating again next year!

May Curriculum

This month we are learning about caring for Earth. We will be talking about recycling, reusing and reducing. We will talk about how pollution impacts over lives, animals and plants.

Student of the Month

JASON is our student of the month! Our IB trait for this month is Principled and Jason has shown characteristics of this in the classroom! He knows the difference between right and wrong and always makes good decisions! He is a wonderful role model and very polite. We are so proud of how far Jason has come this year! Congratulations Jason!
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Upcoming Events

May 3rd -Bowling

May 5th - Civic ROAD performance

May 25th - Picnic at the park

May 30th - No School

June 2nd - Last day of school