Mrs. Foulk's News


IMPORTANT: Homework Next Week

We will be starting to experiment with several of the websites that we use at school as options for homework as well. Please do your best to log your students into the required sites. Students WILL NOT be penalized if they cannot get logged in. We will have paper copies of the math assignment available to them should the websites not work. Please email with any concerns once you start receiving and trying the assignments.

A colored page with a list of student passwords will be sent home today (Friday). Feel free to have students try to log in to the various sites. The following sites will have things that they can complete whenever they want. I am sending home two copies per student. If there are two households that the student will be completing homework at, please send one copy to the other home before next week.

Important Dates:

1/19- No School: MLK Jr. Day

2/12- School of Economics Field Trip

Next Week:

Math: We will be finishing our first fractions unit and begin a unit on measurement.

Writing: We will be having a vent week where students are allowed to complete their own writing piece. As a class we will be discussing grammar and punctuation use in our writing.

Reading: Our last week of historical fiction will be next week. Ask your student what "historical fiction" is and what they have learned about specific time period in our past.

Fractions On A Number Line

Important Information About Our Specials Schedule:

Starting Monday, January 5th, our schedule will be as follows:






Students will need tennis shoes on THURSDAY now instead of WEDNESDAY.

Social Studies Websites

Why do we have Martin Luther King Day off?

Students have really enjoyed learning about Martin Luther King Jr. and other important people from the Civil Rights Movement. Below are some links for them to read at home.

Math Websites


We have been learning how to partition shapes as well as how to find fractions on a number line. Below are some links to practice the skills we have learned at home.