Happy Weekend everyone! Hope you are all able to rest and relax some!
Dates to Remember:
Wednesday, February 21st – Skating Field Trip
Thursday, February 22nd – February Scholastic Book Orders Due
Friday, February 23rd – Pro-D Day
Spelling and Phonograms:
No spelling or phonograms this week due to the short week. We did complete a diagnostic phonogram test this week (all 70 phonograms) and if you are interested in seeing how your child did, feel free to come in and see me.
I lift my eyes to the hills. From where does my help come? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. He will not let your foot be moved; he who keeps you will not slumber. Behold, he who keeps Israel will neither slumber nor sleep. The Lord is your keeper; the Lord is your shade on your right hand.
Reminders and Other Information:
- Bring in your Home Reading on your assigned day
- Jump Rope for Heart – Fundraising is voluntary and all students will be invited to participate on our Jump Day March 1, 2018. The Heart and Stroke Foundation requests that all envelopes be returned even if they are not filled out. They are concerned about fraudulent fundraising. I am also in need of some volunteers for Jump Rope for Heart event day which is coming up on Thursday, March 1st. If you are willing to help out for part of the day (morning 9-12 or afternoon 1-3), or the entire day, please send me an email or come talk to me in person and I would sure appreciate your help! Thanks so much! Keep on fundraising!
- For the month of February, we are collecting items to send to Guatemala with our High school Missions Team. They will be building a school and handing out toiletries to the people in the village. If you would like to contribute, they are looking for: pencils, pens, crayons, pencil, crayons, erasers, scissors, pencils sharpeners, small toys, small stuffed animals, kids sunglasses and hats, bandaids, hair brushes/combs, hair accessories, tooth brushes, small toothpaste, face clothes, children’s summer clothes, twin sheets, baby toys, sleepers and blankets.
Pictures from Our Week:
Valentine’s Day Math Activity:
After days of working to finish the puzzle … they did!