The Archambeau Articles
April 29, 2016
Our Week in Review - by Student Journalist Luke
Monday we started a new reading passage called the RMS Titanic and we are learning all about the Titanic and what happened to it. We also had DARE and learned about peer pressure. We went on a field trip to Marlowe Middle School for a tour. We were shown what middle school will be like and where to find our classrooms, pods, and cafeteria. They also showed us how to walk through the lunch line and order food.In gym we started some wiffle ball skills. Then we played a wiffle ball game using a tee and catching the ball in a bucket. Finally we had MAP testing this week and it was our last MAP tests of the year.
National Walking Day
Martin is observing National Walking Day next Friday, April 29th!
We want to encourage families to get up and walking together!
Your student will bring home a note to encourage you to take a family walk that weekend. If you do go for a walk, please sign their note and have them bring it back to school on Monday, May 2. Each student that turns in the sheet will get a $5 Husky Buck.The class with the highest % will earn a pizza party!
Click HERE For More Information
Click HERE For An Extra Copy of The Student Note
So. . . LACE UP & GO! Enjoy your walk!
Summer ICE Program
A Solar System Spectacular
Inspiring, Challenging, and Empowering
families through summer learning!
What is Summer I.C.E.?
Summer I.C.E. is a combination of parent/child education classes, online learning opportunities, and student only sessions through theme-based fun and exciting activities. Once you register for the summer ICE session, you and your child are automatically registered for all sessions during the AM or PM strand.
Click HERE for a letter all about this exciting summer program!
MARTIN MAY BOOK FAIR
Please join us at the Book Fair May 9th - 13th in the Husky Hub! We will also be open during the Art show until 7:30 (May 11th and May 12th)!
Online Book Fair Link The Online Book Fair will run April 23rd - May 13th! Books will be delivered to Martin.