The Kaubin Chronicle
Elizabeth Haddon School - Haddonfield, NJ
Welcome to the first edition of The Kaubin Chronicle, our biweekly newsletter that will be sent home every other Friday to give you a sneak-peek in to what we have been up to in Room 200. Information can also be found on my eBoard site on the Elizabeth Haddon School Website. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at email@example.com or at school at (856) 429-0811 ext. 124. Communication is key to a successful year. I would like to reiterate how thrilled I am to be your child’s teacher. “Work” is the highlight of my day! Thanks for a great start! Happy Learning!
Mr. Bissinger visited to read us a few of his favorite books. How lucky are we?! Check out the pictures below!
"If you could be any animal or plant, what would you be?" "Where would you live?" "What sorts of things would you need in your home to survive?" These three questions facilitated investigations as Scientists began the study of Organisms and their Environments. We used what we know about word patterns to define "ecosystems". We categorized living and non-living things in our environment. The quality of our intellectual, scientific debate led us to question whether some things were living or non-living; for example - air, water, weather... Soon we will define what it means to be living and non-living, and learn why both are essential to the life of an ecosystem.
Geographers took a closer look at their unique “place in the world” as we explored Haddonfield’s historical presence. We made Geography flip-books describing where we belong on Earth. Students attempted to comprehend the size of the universe that we live in.. We decided it's so big that people will never fully understand, and it's probably better that way.
THINGS TO NOTE
Next Week's Highlights
- Day 3: Spanish, PE
- Day 4: Music, Computer Lab
- Day 5: Spanish
- Day 6: Art, Chorus
- Day 1: Health, PE
Individual Student Pictures, October 8
Early Dismissal, October 13
Fall Fair, October 25
Halloween Party & Parade, October 31