Mrs. Clontz & Ms. Wilson's News

Weekly Newsletter

What's going on this week?

What are we learning?

Math: Counting to 120 (ten more, ten less, subtracting 10, adding 10)

Reading Workshop: Poetry

Writing Workshop: Add drawings to descriptions to clarify ideas, thoughts and feelings

Science: Earth materials that are used for building structures or for growing plants


Mark Your Calendars:

March 28: Nishie G's Night

March 29: No School-Teacher Workday

April 1-5: No School-Spring Break

April 24: Fun Run


Email change:

My email will change effective Friday, March 29. It will now be mclontz@rhmail.org. So, Friday on, I will not receive emails unless you send them to mclontz now instead of mgallowa.


Yearbooks

Time is running out! Don't forget to order your yearbook today! You can order online through March 31st. To order online visit YBPay.lifetouch.com


Yearbook ID Code: 11108513


PTA Information

In Search of Volunteers: We are looking for 5 PTA members to serve on a Nomination Committee to help us find and elect the new PTA Board for the 2013-2014 school year. If you are interested in serving on this committee or have an interest in serving on the board please contact Starla Davis at starlamariedavis@yahoo.com.

Nishie G's Spirit Night- This Thursday is Spirit Night at Nishie G's from 5pm-8pm. We hope you can make it out to have dinner with us at this delicious local restaurant. Spirit Night will take place at the location off of India Hook Rd.

It's FUN RUN time!

Each year our FUN RUN helps raise awareness for a healthy lifestyle and also raises money to help our school! To learn more about the FUN RUN, make sure you take a look at the information packet that was sent home last week. You can also read the parent letter and check out our FUN RUN promo video!

For additional FUN RUN information, please contact Chrissi Norman, chrissinorman@gmail.com

Turn in days are every Tuesday and Thursday.


Today was Cultural Awareness Day- India Hook celebrated Cultural Awareness Day today. We heard presenters from different cultures in order to promote understanding, diversity, and individual cultural practices among students within our school and our community. We heard from a lady from Lebanon and from our very own Will's grandparents who are from Holland. Below is a picture of Will's grandparents and his mom.