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Week of February 27, 2017

Spelling:  We are going to resume next Monday with List 15.  I have been trying to keep the spelling list with the reading story, but I won't be able to finish all of the lessons.  The spelling lesson will NOT be the same as the reading story from here out.  Please be sure to look at the title that is affiliated with the spelling list.

Reading:  How Night Came test is Wednesday.  Study vocabulary words, generalizations, and comprehension skills.  Students have the vocab in their reading notebooks, textbook and workbook. Students have a generalization worksheet and workbook page.

Grammar:  We are studying Subject/Verb Agreement and the test will be on Wednesday.  If there is a disagreement, the verb is what changes, not the subject.

Social Studies:  We will be working on Lesson 11 and 12 this week.

AR points are due tomorrow at 9am.

Reward will be Friday for those that adhered to the behavior plan in the handbook.

Students need to adhere to the dress code.  Please don't wear gym clothes unless it is gym day.  Gym is on days 1 & 6, after library and study island.

It is getting nicer, and we are going out for recess.  Students should dress accordingly.

Have a great weekend,
Mrs. Herring


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