Peek at the Week
March 31, 2019
Spring Break is almost here!
Classroom Library Survey
Be a watcher of your students. If they are struggling to focus and are having a hard time with a task, take a break. Get them outside for a few moments so that they can refocus and renew. Attitude plays a big role, and we want our students to believe in themselves as we gear up for the task of state testing. Remember that motivation is the motor that drives students, so anything we can do to motivate them will help them to be successful. While testing is important, it is not everything. Keep in mind that we want our students to be prepared for the next grade, have the ability to read and write well, and have the skills that make the world a better place. So, don't stress so much.
We have received such positive feedback from our parents concerning no homework and the push for more reading. Let's all continue to encourage our students to read at home by making sure each child leaves school everyday with a book to read that is a just right book for them. In talking with many parents, they have asked for books. It is a fact that many of our students do not have books at home. :-( Brenda is always available to help with books if one of your children needs a great book to read! I truly believe we are going to grow our readers if they all increase their reading times! #cgesreads
For the low, low price of $20, and to support United Way, you can wear jeans for THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR! If you would like to contribute, please give your money to Reggie.
Active Shooter Drill
April 3rd: Report cards go home
April 4th: Cap and Gown pictures
April 5th: Isibindi House Party
April 9th: Shelby's baby shower, last day for Good News Club
April 12th: Strings to Peace Center, Active Shooter Drill, 5th grade surveys due
April 15th: Spring Break Week!!