Cook Chronicles

Weekly Updates for the week of September 19

Parent-Student-Teacher Conferences

I will be sending out a Sign-Up Genius soon for Parent-Student-Teacher Conferences. Each conference time will be for 15 minutes. I will give the students 10 minutes to share information about the year so far with you. Then if you would like to talk one-on-one for 5 minutes we can.


I had the kids read in class today using Epic. Epic! is free for teachers but is not free for parents. I have set it up so the kids can read in class using my educator account. I am asking that you download the Epic! app because it gives us access to more books.

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What's Happening This Week

Math Workshop: We will continue to work on our Place Value Unit. We will focusing on how to round 2-digit and 3-digit numbers to the nearest 10 and 100 using a number line.

Reader's Workshop: This week we will be discussing character traits (inside vs. outside). We will also discuss how a character's actions affect the outcome of a story. We will continue to work on improving our reader responses on our independent reading books.

Writer's Workshop: We are discussing personal narratives. We have identified a small moment from our life to write about. We be reading Saturdays and Teacakes for our mentor text to discuss author's craft.

Word Study: We will continue to practice our word work activities using self-selected words from our high frequency word list.

Social Studies: We will begin our Social Studies Unit on Map Skills. We will discuss the states and lakes that make up the Midwest Region. We will discuss the different hemispheres.

Specials Classes this Week

Monday: Music

Tuesday: Computer

Wednesday: Art

Thursday: PE

Friday: Music

Library Check-Out is on Tuesday!

Upcoming CRES Events

Sept. 23rd: Hawaiian Day and PTO's FREE Grillin' and Chillin' (5:30-7:00pm)

Oct. 7th: Early Release for Students (12:01pm)

Oct. 14th: $1 Hat Day

Oct. 20-21st: Fall Break

Oct. 28th: Superhero Day

Nov. 8th: No School for Students