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September 28-October 2, 2015

This Week at a Glance

Monday -

Tuesday - GATE, Art, Math Test Review at Lunch

Wednesday - Music, Math Test

Thursday- Student Gov`t Meeting After School- 2:50-3:20pm

Friday- Free Choice Lunch Begins


*This Friday, as a special privilege for 6th grade, students will be starting "Free Choice Lunch Fridays," on which they can sit where ever they would like to in the cafeteria for lunch.



Upcoming Events for you Calendar:


9/29 Make up Picture Day

10/7 6th gr Dine Out at New Moon

10/8 6th gr STAR Deputy Begins

10/9 End of 1st Qtr; Spirit Rally, Pumpkin Patch

10/13-16 Conference Week; 11:35 dismissal

10/24 Halloween Haunt

Pali Mountain

Please contact me ASAP if you still have not received the Parent Packet email from Pali Institute. I have acquired all login information! :)


Checks may be made payable to LCUSD, or if you have made it out to LCE, that is also fine.


Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns at kpatito@lcusd.net

PTA and the Halloween Haunt - Patito Homeroom

Wow! We have every spot already filled for the Haunt, except for one! If anyone is available from 3:00-4:00pm, please let us know!


Thank you for all your support and for volunteering your time!


If you would like to check the time you signed up for, please check the PTA page on the classroom website.

Science

The sixth grade students have been hired as travel agents at The Sustainable Tourist. They have been tasked with selecting and researching a biome and marketing their research to our Board of Directors.


Students will be conducting research in class individually and begin group work this week.

Mathematics

As the end of the quarter is fast approaching, students will be tested on Ratios, proportions and measurement conversion on Wednesday. We will be reviewing concepts in class tomorrow, and I will have an extra study session during lunch. Students who wish too may bring their lunch in and eat while we review.


We will return to the study of percents on by Friday.