4th Grade ASPIRATIONS

October 14, 2016

Dates to Remember

Oct. 18th: District Pink Out Day- Wear pink in support of Breast Cancer awareness

Oct. 19th: National Unity Day (wear orange shirts and jeans)
Oct. 22nd: Fall Festival (Boo Bash) 2:00pm-6:00pm
Oct. 24th-28th: Red Ribbon Week (The themes for each day are listed below)

Oct. 30th: Lunch with the Principal

Nov. 1st: High School College Night (wear college shirts and jeans)

Nov. 14th-18th: Book Fair

Class Objectives/Topics for Next Week

Math: Problem Solving w/ Addition & Subtraction (choice menu presentations, post-test)


Reading: The Gold Coin (asking questions, simple interpretations, main idea)


Writing: Personal Narrative (maintaining a clear focus, revising and editing)


Social Studies: American Indians in Texas


Science: Changes from Heat

Of The Days...

Greek & Latin Roots; Idioms; SAT Words


Monday:

Antho; Add fuel to the fire; Trepidation

Tuesday:

Acu; Back to square one; Penultimate

Wednesday:

Anti; Call it a Day; Menagerie

Thursday:

Avi; Diamond in the rough; Arid

Friday:

Archaeo; Early bird catches the worm; Exhilaration

Author Visit - Polly Holyoke

We have several visiting authors coming to GHE in November! Polly Holyoke will be presenting to our 3rd - 5th graders. Pre-order forms for their books came home this week and will be due back mid-October. Books that were pre-ordered will be autographed by our visiting authors.

Report Cards

On Wednesday October 19th your child's report card will be ready to view. Report cards will be available in the same folder you accessed through your child's Google Drive when viewing their Progress Report.

As a reminder, the folder you will need to open to access them is called "Last Name, First Name 2016-17 Standards Based Report Card." The progress your child has made this year will be recorded on the report card document as well as on the ASPIRE Supplemental Report Card.

POKEMON CARDS

We have had problems with trading cards, especially Pokemon cards, in the morning before students come to class as well as after school waiting for pick-up. To prevent these problems, Pokemon cards are not allowed at school. Please make sure your child does not have any Pokemon cards in their backpacks (even if they promise not to take them out). We thank you in advance for your help!

RED RIBBON WEEK

We will be observing Red Ribbon Week Oct 24th-Oct 28th. Each day has a different theme and students are encouraged to dress accordingly. The schedule is as follows:

Monday, Oct. 24th:

Our Future is Bright- Wear neon colors and sunglasses

Tuesday, Oct. 25th:

Sock It to Drugs- Wear crazy socks

Wednesday, Oct. 26th:

Don't Get Mixed Up with Drugs- Wear mismatched clothes

Thursday, Oct. 27th:

Lights Out on Drugs- Wear pajama pants

Friday, Oct. 28th:

Team Up Against Drugs- Wear your favorite team's jersey or shirt

BOO BASH (FALL FESTIVAL)

A Note From Our Room Parent:

Thank you parents for all of your work and efforts for the Fall Festival. Just a reminder that the Fall Festival (Boo Bash) is next Saturday Oct. 22nd from 2:00-6:00. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Crystal Gayle at 972-839-5939. Thank you!

October Birthdays

Ajay Padmasolala - October 16th