What's New in C2
Auburn Raptor Center Visit
Little Patriot Pom Squad
The Little Patriot Pom Squad will perform at the PRS vs Marbury game (Girls' game) on December 3rd. The game starts at 5:00, and the girls will perform at halftime (which will be around 5:25). Little Patriots should arrive at 5:00 so that the squad can sit together. Girls may wear any color Patriot shirt and jeans. If you have any questions, email Carrie Rice at email@example.com. GO PATRIOTS!!!
Dress Code Changes
Learners can wear patterns and multiple colors (plaid, polka dots, chevron, stripes, etc.);
Learners can wear non-offensive logos on shirts and pants, etc.;
Learners can wear tights and leggings under skirts (skirts cannot be shorter than 4 inches above the knee); and
Learners can wear scarves (no bandanas).
REMINDER: Sweatpants, athletic shorts, and pajamas are not allowed.
Miss Alexander's Family
Mrs. Davis' Family
Thank you to Jaycie's dad, Mr. Ballard for coming in to speak to us about your service to our country.
Mrs. Housley's Family
We love drama class with Mr. McCall!
A Little Bit About Our Learning
Upcoming Standards in C2
- Answering who, what, when, where, why, and how questions about a text. (RL 2.1, RI 2.1)
- Identifying the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe (RI 2.6)
- Informative and explanatory writing (W 2.2)
- Sentence structure (L 2.1f)
- 2.NBT.6 - Add up to 4 two digit numbers
- 2.NBT.7 - Addition and Subtraction with regrouping to 1000
- 2.NBT.8 - Mentally add and subtract 10 and 100 from any number 0-1000
Social Sciences - "Living Things Depend on Each Other"
- Social Studies 2.10 - Identifying ways people throughout the country are affected by their human and physical environments.
- Science - "Ecosystems" subsection
2.5. Plan and carry out an investigation to determine the growth needs of plants.
2.6 - Design and construct models to simulate how animals disperse seeds or pollinate plants
2.7 - Obtain information from literature and other media to illustrate that there are many different kinds of living things and that they exist in different places on land and in water
November 19 - PTSA Meeting
November 23-27 - Thanksgiving Holiday
November 30 - PRS Spirit Night at No Way Jose 5:30-8:30 PM
December 3- The Little Patriot Pom Squad will perform at the PRS vs Marbury Girls' Basketball game. More information is included above.
December 7 - C2 Field Trip to Wadsworth Tree Farm in Wetumpka. (More details coming soon!),
December 7 - PTA Reflections Art Work Due to PRS office
December 7 - PRS Polar Express 6 PM
December 18 - Last day of the first semester and last student day prior to Christmas/New Year Holiday
PRS Polar Express
Wanted: All PRS Families
What: A night of fun with Santa, games, food and fellowship.
Sponsored by the PRS PTSA
When: December 7th from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Where: PRS Cafeteria
Cost: $5.00 per family
Chick-Fil-A and Jim N' Nicks sandwiches will be available for separate purchase. See flyer that will be coming with with your learner to make your reservation and purchase your ticket
Community 7/8 Shoe Box Project
Samaritan's Purse SHOE BOX PROJECT
What: Give a child a delightful holiday gift this year. For their service project “Giving Back 2015” the 7/8 Community is collecting items to package in a shoebox to send to a child around the world.
Who: All PRS Students
When: Collection date begins: Monday, 11/9/15
Collection date ends: Friday, 11/20/15
Where: Collection location - PRS front hallway in front of the chalkboard
Items needed for service project: empty shoe boxes and wrapping paper
Items requested to pack in shoeboxes:
1. bar soap with protective plastic
4. yo yos or balls
6.pencils and pens
7.flashlights with batteries
10.small hand-held toys
11.school supplies such as crayons, markers, stickers, coloring books
16.Unused/ Small Clothes
19. Life Straws (water filter straw)
DO NOT INCLUDE:
1.used or broken items
2.war- related items
3.chocolate or foods
4.liquids or lotions
6.breakable items such as glass
large chart paper
color Expo markers
card stock (white or color)
PTA Reflections Contest
PTSA is sponsoring their first annual PTA Reflections Art Competition. This is a national art competition with various art categories for all ages. There are six categories: dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography, and visual arts. PRS learners wishing to participate will submit their art work to the front office on Monday, December 7th. All art work will need to follow the guidelines for the selected art category as well as include an attached student entry form to the piece of art. Guidelines and Student Entry forms can be found at the links below. PTSA will also be sending flyers home with K-4 learners. This is a great way for PRS students to show their creative side and “LET THEIR IMAGINATIONS FLY”.
C2 Lead Learners(Back row: Left to Right) Miss Alexander, Mrs. Franklin, Mrs. Housley, Mrs. Davis,
(Front row: Left to Right) Miss Waldrop, and Mrs. Steindorff
Lead Learners Emails:
Miss Alexander- firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Franklin- email@example.com
Mrs. Housley- firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Steindorff- email@example.com
Miss Waldrop- firstname.lastname@example.org