Ms. Showker's Class News


Upcoming May & June Dates

May 8th - Monticello Field Trip - Wear your Peak View Shirt!

My 13th & 14th - Reading SOL Test

May 21st & 22nd - Math SOL Test

May 27th - No School

May 29th - Beach dress up Day

May 31st - End of Year Awards assembly @9:00

June 4th-7th - 1:00 Release

June 6th - Field Day

June 7th - Last Day of School

Important Information

**SOL TESTING DATES & Information**

Reading SOL - May 13th & 14th

Math SOL - May 21st & 22nd

*Please be sure your child is present for each day that we have an SOL. We understand that emergencies and sickness does happen unexpectedly, but please make sure that your child is here at school one time these day if at all possible. Please help us, and schedule any appointments on other days.

*I like to provide a healthy breakfast for students on the mornings of each SOL to help lighten some of the stress. If you are interested in providing a healthy breakfast (bagels, muffins, yogurt, cereal, fruit, juice, etc.) please follow the link below to sign up!

*If you'd like to help with an SOL treat please click the link below.

*Parents of Kindergarten and Pre-K age children: If you missed Kindergarten Registration and Pre-K Screenings in March, please make arrangements to register your child as soon as possible. For more information in English, click here. For Spanish, click this link.

*Field Day is Thursday, June 6th and we can use your help. Please click this link to sign up to volunteer:

*May Exercise Calendar Link:

What We're Learning

Reading: Your child is expected to read 15-20 minutes each night. I encourage you to read with your child and ask questions about what they are reading along the way to help strengthen their comprehension skills. We will be working on skills to best fit the needs of each child this week.

Math: We have begun SOL Review! Please continue helping your child a home with reading an analog clock and counting money! We will begin learning about probability this week and continue review

Social Studies: This week we will continue our unit on Mali.

Science: This week your child will continue working on a project



Please check and sign your child's homework grid nightly. Your signature verifies you have seen their grid and homework assignments and they have finished the work.

Students will have Math homework nightly (Monday-Thursday)

Students are expected to read at least 20 minutes each night, including weekends. They will be asked to complete a reading log each night as well.

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