Rooney & Hassman's Tribune

Week of 9/8--9/11

News, reminders, and more!

Watch for reminders in your child's assignment notebooks. They will start to have more "official" homework next week.

All students will have their weekly reading bookmark logs explained next week by Mrs. Rooney. There is a sample on Mrs. R's webpage.

IMPORTANT: Please be sure to send nut free snacks for students. We have SEVERE nut allergies in fourth grade and want to be sure that everyone is kept safe. Thank you very much for your cooperation.

What is going on next week?

This weeks schedule:

Monday, 9/14--- Day 1 (Hassman- Art), (Rooney--PE)

Tuesday, 9/15---- Day 2 (Hassman --Music and Spanish ), (Rooney -- PE and Spanish)

Wednesday, 9/16----- Day 3 (Hassman -- Spanish and PE ), (Rooney -- Art and Library)

Thursday, 9/17----Picture Day at Horizon; Day 4 (Hassman -- PE and Library ), Rooney -- Music)

Friday, 9/18----- Day 5 (Hassman -- Music and PE), Rooney -- Spanish, Music)

What's Going on in Fourth Grade?

A portion of your news is brought to you this week by Erin and Owen...

We have been learning about tribe agreements: Attentive listening, appreciations no put-downs, the right to pass, and mutual respect. We have also learned to be quiet and stay to the right side (when travelling in the halls and stairs).

In math we talked a lot about persevering and working as a team! We worked together to solve the Four 4's challenge! Ask us about this activity to hear how we gave our brains a workout and made new connections!

We went to the Horizon library and discovered all it has to offer through a scavenger hunt. We even got to check out some books! Starting next week we will go to the library once a week and will even participate in some lessons so we know how to utilize many of the resources available to us.

The Pewaukee Area Historical Society is holding its annual Harvest Fest on Sunday, September 13, at the Clark House Museum at the corner of Prospect and Wisconsin Avenues. The Harvest Fest is from noon until 5 PM. It features old-time crafts including butter churning, coffee grinding, cabbage cutting, weaving, spinning, wood carving, corn shelling, musical instruments, etc., many of which can be tried by the visitors to the Fest. There will be old-fashioned games for the kids. Square dancing will be demonstrated. Garden produce, baked goods, and hot beef sandwiches will be available for purchase.