Bobier Bronco Blast
News You Can Use-May 8 2022
We have one month left of the 2021-2022 school year! There are so many exciting learning opportunities and events planned so please mark your calendars. Upcoming events are listed below.
5/18 STEAM Night
5/19 Reclassification Celebration & Choir Performance
5/23 -6/3 APEX lessons and Fun Run/Jog-a-thon (Kick-off Pep Rally
5/24, Run 6/2)
5/24 McTeacher’s Night at McDonald’s Fundraiser 5-7pm
6/1 Choir Concert 5:30
6/2 Recorder Concert 5:30
6/7 5th Grade Promotion
6/8 Last Day of School ~ Minimum Day
Thank you to all who attended our K-2 Math Night on Tuesday evening. Huge Thank You! to 1st grade teachers, Magdalena Gonzalez-Whisler and Nati Godina for planning, preparing and leading this interactive workshop for our families! Families learned how Math is taught and how to support their children at home.
We want to hear from You!
English Language Learners
The ELAC committee (A school-level committee comprised of parents, staff, and community members designated to advise school officials on English learner programs and services.) would love your presence at our last meeting for this school year. If you are available please join us on Tuesday!
Updated Info 5/10- ASES 3rd grade will be closed until May 23rd. They can return on May 24th.
Applications for the before and after school program ASES Bronco Bunch will be closing on Friday May 13, 2022. If you are interested please be sure to fill out an application online.
ASES will be hosting a 2 week joint summer camp with Maryland elementary school from July 11 to July 22. Applications are now available! Applications will close Friday May 13, 2022. Please be sure to fill out an application if you are interested.
Reading Tips: this week- Prefixes
Word Parts - Prefixes
Good readers can decode 3-5 syllable words. Many of these words have prefixes. A prefix is added at the beginning of a word(root word).
Common suffixes are:
Good readers should be able to read these prefixes and be able to know:
Anti- means to be against. (antibacterial, antibiotic)
Mid- means to be in the middle. (midway, mid-air)
Un- means not (Unable, unaware, uncommon)
Re- means to do again or go back. (redo, react, reuse)
Mis- means to do something wrong. (misjudge, mistake, misery)
Using prefixes meanings when reading 3-5 syllables builds on your student’s ability to comprehend stories and find meaning in unknown words.
Some books that can be used to find prefixes and suffixes are:
Top 10 Most Disgusting Facts about the Human Body Mighty Robot Vs The Jurrasic Jackrabbits from Jupiter
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We are here to help!! Thank you for your continued support.
Bobier Elementary School