Click on the links below to view our March Newsletter and fliers that were sent home. March Newsletter March Menus Grade-level and department blog entries can be seen by clicking on the images below.
Man, it’s been a quick month! We just got back to reality, when Mardi Gras is marching around the corner! We will have our own Mardi Gras parade on March 1st, right before we take another big break for Carnival time. (This means voting on our own King and Queen) All the students that had […]
February is a very busy and exciting month. Students are continuing to grow as readers and are learning new skills daily. They are currently learning about place value, types of energy and contractions. We will have our C.T. Janet Mardi Gras parade this month. We are looking forward to seeing many parents and friends there. […]
Click on the links below to view our February Newsletter and flyers that were sent home. Parent Survey February Newsletter Fathers’ Lunch – Rescheduled February Breakfast February Lunch Grade-level and department blog entries can be seen by clicking on the images below.
Happy Mardi Gras! First Grade has been to the Aquarium and the Children’s Museum. We are currently learning about spiders, using comma, and comparing two-digit numbers. Students are excited about “King Cake” Fridays and they are looking forward to the upcoming school parade. Please continue reading with and to your child at home. Thank you […]
Third grade is looking forward to an exciting month! We have a field trip planned this month to Mardi Gras World, and we can’t wait to see all the new decorations the workers are constructing for the floats! This month, we will work on fiction skills through the novel “Because of Winn Dixie” in ELA. […]
The kindergarten classes have been extremely busy during this past month. In our Core Knowledge Curriculum, the students are continuing to segment words into sounds. By doing this, they are “breaking up” words into their component parts. By segmenting the words into sounds, the student is able to identify that the “whole” (word) is the […]