4.30 Wildcat Weekly
4.30 5th Grade to Middle School
5.3 Field Day 4/5
LAST DAY FULL SCHEDULE IME TIME
5.4 Field day k/1 9:30-11:30 2/3 12/30-2:30
5.7 BT Celebration at NHHS
5.8 Professional Development Day
5.10 Reading 3D Window Closes
5.11 K Mother's Day Tea
5.14 2nd Grade to Carl Sandburg
5.31 Memorial Program/ Hot Dog Supper
6.5 Student Leadership Team Book Swap
6.6 Pawsitive Behavior Sports Spectacular
6.7 5th Grade Celebration
6.8 End of Year Extravaganza 10:30
Tier Paperwork Review/Retention Committee
May 15th 2nd Grade 1:20
May 16th 3rd Grade 2:10
May 17th 4th Grade 12:00
May 18th 1st Grade 10:00
5th Grade 11:10
May 21 K 9:10
May 21st 1st Grade10:00
2nd Grade 1:20
May 23 Kindergarten 3:10
May 30 3-5 3:10
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Field Day Schedule
8:10-9:05 5th Grade
9:05-10:00 4th Grade
10:10- 11:05 Kindergarten
11:05-12:00 1st Grade
1:05-2:00 2nd Grade
2:05-3:00 3rd Grade
Lunch changes on Thursday 5.3.12
There will be no specials on Friday. Ms. Walters & Mr. Massey will be helping with field day. Ms. Fisher will be doing inventory.
Everyone will have bag lunches on Friday. You will be able to pick up your lunches and eat when it is convenient to your schedule. You may eat outside,in the classroom or in the lunchroom.
Friday's Lunch Count- Please turn in a lunch count for Friday 5.4 as soon as possible. You will be given a roster with your lunches- ( It will be in the box with your lunches)
You will need to check off the students that eat a bag lunch on Friday.
17th L. Hill
21st K. Justice
28th J. Quinn
Gentle Reminder from the Dana Handbook
Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text.
You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share.
Front load vocabulary and activate prior knowledge for ESL or EC students by copying a text they will read into Wordle. Ask students questions such as:
- "What do you think our reading is going to be about today?"
- "What do you know about that topic?"
- "Do you see any words on the Wordle that you don't know?"