Grobe's Groovin' Group News

Week of February 11-15

Valentine's Day

It's hard to believe it's February already. Time has zipped right by and we are now getting ready to celebrate Valentine's Day! I wanted to take this time to address a few things that pertain to this special day.

As many of you know, we are doing 'food-less' parties this year and the Valentine's Party will be no exception. Having said that, if you are providing Valentine's, to the class, that has candy or other food items attached, the children will be instructed to take it home and will not be allowed to eat it during school hours. I understand giving and receiving Valentine's cards is a fun thing many students look forward to but we do have to adhere to the school rules, as well. I can't wait to see all the fun and creative Valentine's cards. Several students have given me a sneak peek and I am already super impressed!

With celebrating Valentine's Day, comes the "gossip" and chit-chatting about who likes who and who is boyfriend and girlfriend. EEEKKK!! As a mother, the thought of my daughter having a boyfriend in two years is a little scary, but while I think the majority of it is very innocent crushes it has become the hot topic in the hallways and at recess. I urge you to have a conversation with your expectations for relationships, as we are doing the same during the school day.

Peace and Blessings,

Destine' Grobe

What's Happening @ McGowen

Important Dates and This Week's Objectives

February 11-15

Monday: Boosterthon Pep Rally @ 1:45

Tuesday: PTA Meeting @ 6:30

Wednesday: Progress Reports

Thursday: Valentine's Day Party @ 2:00

Friday: Good News Club @ 3:15 (4th Grade meets in Grobe's room)

February 18-22

Monday: Staff Development Day/ Student Holiday

Thursday: Boosterthon Fun Run (4th & 5th grade @8:15)

PTA Chipotle Night

Friday: Mav Fan Jam @ 8:15

Good News Club @3:15 (4th Grade meets in Grobe's room)



I will understand, analyze, and create specific types of poems. (Acrostic, Couplet, & Haiku)

I will continue reading Maniac Magee and discuss specific elements within the book.

Social Studies:

Explain and explore issues and events leading up to the annexation of Texas by the United States.