Cabot Learning Academy

WEEK AT A GLANCE (WAG)

Football Schedule

Cabot HIgh School is playing Jonesboro in an away game on Friday, Oct. 30, at 7:00 P.M.

Cabot Junior High North is playing Russellville in an away game on Oct. 29, at 7:00 P.M.

Cabot Junior High South is playing Benton in a home game on Oct. 29, at 7:00 P,M,

What is my student learning this week?

K-4 Class

Reading: Guided Reading and comprehension

Wrting: Writing in response to what they read

Math: Problem Solving Strategies - Adding One, Doubles, and individualized lessons on Moby Max

Social Skills: Self-Control, Following Directions, Respect


5-8 Class

Reading: Figurative Language and researching careers to write a report.

Math: individualized lessons on Moby Max (Computer based math program)

Social Skills: Continue working on Coping Skills and Team Building Skills

Breakfast Menu

Week 5

Monday: Sausage & Biscuit, Fruit, Milk

Tuesday: Poptart, Cereal, Fruit juice, Milk

Wednesday: Blueberry Muffin, Yogurt, Fruit, Milk

Thursday: Powdered Donuts, Yogurt, Fruit Juice, Milk

Friday: Sausage Pancake Sandwich, Fruit, Milk

Lunch Menu

Week 5

Monday: Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Baked chips, Broccoli +Dip, Frozen Fruit Sorbet

Tuesday: Taco Tuesday! Beef Taco, Whole kernel Corn, Sugar Cookie, Fruit

Wednesday: Ham & Cheese Flatbread Sandwich, Tater Tots, Baked Beans, Fruit

Thursday: Chicken Tenders, Mashed Potatoes + Gravy, Black-eyed Pease, Galric Bread, Fruit

Friday: Beef Ravioli, Breadstick, Carrots, Spinach Salad, Fruit

Boxtops

Remember to bring in your Boxtops. Each Boxtop is worth 10 cents. The money will help us purchase additional items for our school.

National Bullying Prevention Month - October

School Board Meeting

On Tuesday, Novemver 16, 2015 at 6:00 P.M. is the regular session of the board meeting.

K-4 Parents' Corner

  • Encourage your child to read to you. Help him or her sound out difficult words.
  • Look for "word problems' in real life. Some examples might include: "If you open a new carton of eggs, and you use four eggs to cook dinner, close the carton and ask your child how many eggs are left.

5-8 Parents' Corner

  • Invite your child to read his or her writing out loud to other family members. Ask questions about your child's word choices and ideas.
  • Look for "word problems" in real life. Ex. Doing arithmetic with decimals, for example when balancing a checkbook.