February 29 - March 4
Amazing Things Springing up in C2!
Math: Measurement is sometimes a hard concept to understand. We are working with all learners to continue learning and moving from nonstandard units( cubes, pencils, popsicle stick, etc.) to practice comparing and understanding foundational concepts and moving towards standard measurement (inches, feet, centimeters, meters). Finally learners will analyze measurements by making comparisons.
Projects: We are continuing to work on projects creating books, displays, and other things to show our learning. Ask your child where they are in their project!
March 1-18: Read Across America
March 7: *DEADLINE EXTENDED* Lanark Field Trip Forms and Money Due!
March 11: Hat Day
March 12: Mayor's Marathon Challenge (NOTE THE TIME CHANGE BELOW)
March 18: Twin (or Triplet or Quadruplet...) Day
March 21-25: Spring Break
March 28: Professional Learning Day for Teachers (No school for students.)
April 1: Field Trip to Lanark (See Information Below)
Town Councilwoman, Angie Bradsher, shared her favorite book with us for Read Across America.
We had "smore" fun learning about matter, it's properties, and the way it changes!
Leap Day Learning
What better way to celebrate Leap Day than with a leaping contest? Caden Glenn was our winner with a leap of 111 inches! The second closest leap was made by Brady Traff (90 inches)!
Learning about light from a special visitor from Auburn University, invited by one of our very own dads! Thank you Mr. Loch!
Creating a portrait featuring Rosa Parks for Black History month.
Research with C8 to help us get more familiar with our organisms.
5 x 7 = $10
8 x 10 = $12
Time Change: Mayor's Marathon Challenge
Lanark Field Trip
*The deadline for field trip forms and money has been extended. If you have not paid already, please do so on Monday, March 7.
Read Across America
Parent Volunteer Opportunity: Lunch Bunch
If you haven't already signed-up take the opportunity to be a Mystery Reader! Mystery Readers are special guests who come to our classrooms to read a story to students. Mystery Readers can be parents, grandparents, older siblings, or other relatives. Click the links below for more information about becoming a Mystery Reader for your child's class.
- Miss Alexander's Family: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0c4faead29abfc1-mystery
- Mrs. Davis's Family: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F084BADAB2CA31-mystery
- Franklop's Family:
- Mrs. Housley's Family: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0e4cabaf23a0f58-mystery
- Mrs. Steindorff's Family: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0e4ea4a62fa5f49-mystery
Miss Alexander’s Family
Amazon Wish List: http://amzn.com/w/3ULNRYN5R2BLE
8 ½ x 11 paper (white and colored)
Mrs. Davis’ Family
White poster board
Amazon Wish List - http://amzn.com/sl/3URB63P4SU3ZF
Mrs. Franklin’s Family
Color Expo Markers
Lysol Disinfectant Spray
Monopoly Jr., Scrabble Jr.,Machi Koro, Boggle, Bananagrams, Math Dice Jr.,Legos, Books :)
Mrs. Housley’s Family
Mrs. Steindorff’s Family
- Clorox Wipes
- Amazon wish list:http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/3TULHQCAK3N9W/ref=cm_wl_list_o_1?
Miss Waldrop’s Family
Clear page protectors
- Lysol Disinfectant Spray
- Whiteboard Erasers
C2 Lead Learners
Miss Alexander: email@example.com
Mrs. Franklin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Housley: email@example.com
Mrs. Steindorff: firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Waldrop: email@example.com