Cabot Learning Academy
WEEK AT A GLANCE (WAG)
Cabot Junior High North is playing Russellville in an away game on Oct. 29, at 7:00 P.M.
Cabot Junior High South is playing Benton in a home game on Oct. 29, at 7:00 P,M,
What is my student learning this week?
Social Studies: Thanksgiving Theme activities
Reading: Guided Reading, comprehension strategies, main characters, listening comprehension, long and short vowels, and silent e.
Wrting: Writing in response to what they read
Math: Number Sense
Social Skills: Self-Control, Responsibility, Respect
Reading: Reading book - Bud, Not Buddy, Figurative Language, Inferences, and character analysis.
Math: individualized lessons on Moby Max (Computer based math program) and Place Vallue with multiples of 10.
Social Skills: Respect and Manners
Science and Social Studies: Solar System and Geography
Week 1Monday: Chocolate Donuts, Yogurt, Fruit Juice, Milk
Tuesday: Sausage Biscuit, Fruit, Milk
Wednesday: Poptart, Cereal, Fruit juice, Milk
Thursday: Blueberry Muffin, Yogurt, Fruit, Milk
Friday: Sausage Pancake Sandwich, Fruit, Milk
Monday: Corn dog, Macaroni & Cheese, Broccoli +Dip, Sugar Cookie, Fruit
Tuesday: Taco Tuesday! Beef Taco, Whole kernel Corn, Lettuce + Tomato + Cheese, Fruit
Wednesday: Hamburger, Baked Chips, Carrots, Frozen Fruit Sorbet
Thursday: Chicken Tenders, Mashed Potatoes Black-eyed Peas, Biscuit, Fruit
Friday: Pepperoni Pizza, Mixed Green Salad, Sliced Cucumbers + Dip, Fruit
Veterans Day, November 11, 2015
We want to thank any of you who are veterans. It is because of you that we live in a free country. Thank you for all you do and/or have done.
Cabot Learning Academy Staff
School Board Meeting
K-4 Parents' Corner
When trying to find out how your child day was at school many times they just tell you good or okay. Try asking some specific questions like:
- What was something that made you smile today?
- Did you get frustrated or angry about anything?
- How did you show respect today?
- Look at the skills the students are learning for the week and ask your child about one of those skills.
- Be careful and not ask too many questions. It might make the child shut down. Some children like to share more than others. My daughter would share everything where my son would not share anything.
5-8 Parents' Corner
- Let the child know that you are interested and involved and that you will help when needed.
- Turn off the television or put the newspaper down when your child wants to converse.
- Avoid taking a telephone call when the child has something important to tell you.
- If you are very tired, you will have to make an extra effort to be an active listener. Genuine active listening is hard work and is very difficult when your mind and body is already tired.
- Listen carefully and politely. Don't interrupt the child when he is trying to tell his story. Be as courteous to your child as you would be to your best friend.