From 2nd Grade
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Construction is OVER!
Winter Weather is Here
Please consider the following in an effort to keep our room clean and your child dry:
- Send a pair of inside shoes daily.
- Send boots, snow pants, hat, scarves & gloves.
- Keeping a dry change of clothes in backpacks.
- Send a non-marking pair of gym shoes to be kept in the class for gym class.
Math - Place Value and Measurement
Writing - New Year Resolutions
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
U of M MLK Children and Youth Program
January 18, 2016 will mark the 18th year for the University of Michigan's MLK Children and Youth Program!
Since its beginning in 1998, the MLK Children and Youth Program has attracted more than 9,600 K-12 student participants from school communities throughout southeastern Michigan.
All participants during these memorable years engaged in a range of activities filled with fun, creativity, dialogue and entertainment. They included storytelling, guided discussions and group projects, skits, rap poetry, and various musical performances.
Once again, the School of Education, School of Social Work, and the Office of Academic and Multicultural Initiatives invite all K-12 students throughout the southeastern Michigan communities to participate in another MLK Children and Youth Day planned specifically to celebrate and commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
2/1 - PD for teachers - No school for students
2/8 - NAAPID
2/23 - Kindergarten roundup