Mrs. Rish's Class Skills Agenda
zoom, enthusiast, inexplicable, itinerary, delay, fantastic, spare, historical, impressive, upbeat
All students were given a copy of the words and definitions on Friday.
Please try to use these words in conversations throughout the week.
Science & Social Studies
Our butterflies are in the chrysalis stage.
We will continue to learn about American symbols. Students will research the symbols with Pebble Go. We also will rotate through other classrooms to complete a booklet about American Symbols. Students will create crafts to represent their studies.
The students did a fantastic job persevering with the Global Scholar test. I was very pleased both with how hard they worked and with the level of their problem solving.
We are continuing to work with shape, time and fractions.
We will take the end of module test.
Please work on math addition and subtraction facts at home. Students must be able to complete 20 problems in one minute in order to receive a 4 on the report card at the end of the year.
Fun with Shapes!
Fun with Fractions!
We will continue with homework grids. All work should be turned in together on Friday.
Your child will be asked weekly to complete various assignments on a coded grid. In order to save ink - items are now identified with a star, plus or smiley face. Please do not send partial homework assignments during the week. ITEMS COMPLETED ON THE GRID ARE TO BE TURNED IN WITH THE SIGNED GRID ON FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Students should turn in the entire packet each week.
Your student is responsible for getting paper from school; if they do not have any at home. Please encourage your child to head up the paper with student name, number and date. Neatness and effort are necessary for these assignments to be meaningful and beneficial. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
This week's grid will go home as a hard copy on Friday.
- April 30 - Cahaba River Shrimp Boil - TCS Education and Athletic Foundations *
- May 2- 6 - Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week
- May 5 - Magnolia Elementary School Meet and Greet
- May 12 - Last day for parent visitors in the lunchroom
* Jackson Capps (a former second grade student of mine) will be performing. He is rapidly growing in the country music field. See him now - so that you can say "I knew him when!"
Returning students grades 1st-10th will begin online registration May 3rd. A link and code will be emailed to you after 4:00 PM on May 2nd. You will also find information at www.trussvillecityschools.com under online registration.
Registration is currently available for returning 11th-12th graders and new Kindergarten students. For more information contact 228-3782
Zika Virus Information
Zika Virus Information from the Alabama Department of Health and ALSDE
As warm weather approaches, we want you to take an active role in reducing your exposure to mosquitoes. To avoid viruses transmitted by mosquitoes, use THIS checklist to reduce sources of water in yard which are potential breeding sites. A coloring book, provided HERE, can involve the entire family in prevention measures. The coloring book will be provided for Prk-3rd grade. For more information concerning Zika Virus call 1-888-246-2675 or visit www.adph.org/mosquito
Lunch Reservations (we eat at 12:25)
April & May Lunch Reservations
May 12th is the last day to join students for lunch.
Message from the Office
Each student is allowed 6 parent excuses per year (this is a change from years past). Parent excuses can be a hand written note or you may email the excuse to your child’s teacher and copy the excuse to: PPattendance@trussvillecityschools.com.
An ORIGINAL doctor’s excuse may be turned in from the parent by the student. Doctor’s excuses may be faxed to 205-228-3201 ONLY by the doctor’s office. We can NOT accept a faxed doctor’s excuse from a parent.
All excuses MUST be turned in within 3 days of the absence.
Trussville City Schools
Educators, staff, parents, and the community will work together to help students
move forward on a positive path toward college and career readiness.
The Mission of Trussville City Schools is to educate all students using high standards in a safe, nurturing
environment fostering academic and career competencies that prepare them to be productive citizens.