May 13 – 17

Important Dates:

May 14 – Eco System field trip 9-12:30 (A pizza lunch will be provided for the students.)

May 15 – Pirates and Vikings morning!

May 17 – 5th grade celebration – Please send in a baby or pre-school picture of your child for this event.

May 24 – Memorial Day Program at 9:30am

May 30 and 31 – 5th grade camp –  Student drop off will be in the west parking lot at 9:00 Thursday morning. We will be back to school Friday at 2:00, again in the west parking lot, near the office. You may pick your child up at that time.

June 4 – Field Day

This week in my room:

Read-a-loud:  Short Stories

Math: Unit 8

Science: CER’s, Unit 4

History/ELA: See Mrs. Bouwens’ Blog.

HOMEWORK:  Any work not finished in class should be taken home as homework.  Students are also encouraged to be reading for at least 30 minutes per day at home.

 

 

May 6 – 10

Dates to Remember:

May 7 – Please vote – ANNUAL OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL

May 10 – Early release for students, 12:15

May 14 – Eco System field trip 9-12:30 (A pizza lunch will be provided for the students.)**Stay tuned for more details coming soon!

May 17 – 5th grade celebration

May 24 – Memorial Day Program at 9:30am

May 30 and 31 – 5th grade camp

June 4 – Field Day

This week in my room:

Read-a-loud:  Sign of the Beaver

Math: Unit 7

Science: CER’s, Unit 4

History/ELA: See Mrs. Bouwens’ Blog.

HOMEWORK:  Any work not finished in class should be taken home as homework.  Students are also encouraged to be reading for at least 30 minutes per day at home.

 

Pirates and Vikings!!

For 5th graders ONLY (boys & girls)

Wednesday, May 8,15,22&29

8:00am – 8:40am

April 29 – May 3

 

Dates to Remember:

April 29 –  Hudsonville Public School Art Show, from 5:30pm-7:30pm (Alward Night)

May 7 – Please vote – ANNUAL OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL

May 10 – Early release, 12:15

May 17 – 5th grade celebration, A letter will be sent home Wednesday with details.

May 30 and 31 – 5th grade camp

This week in my room:

Read-a-loud:  Sign of the Beaver

Science: Unit 4 Energy within ecosystems / CER’s

Math: Geometry and Problem Solving

History/ELA: See Mrs. Bouwens’ Blog.

HOMEWORK:  Any work not finished in class should be taken home as homework.  Students are also encouraged to be reading for at least 30 minutes per day at home.

 

April 22 – 26

Dates to Remember:

April 29 – Hudsonville Public School Art Show, from 5:30pm-7:30pm

MAY 7 – ANNUAL OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL

May 10 – Early release

May 17 – 5th grade celebration

May 30 and 31 – 5th grade camp

This Week in My Room:

Read-a-loud: The War That Saved My Life

Math: Unit 7

Science: EcoSystems

History/ELA: See Mrs. Bouwens’ Blog.

HOMEWORK:  Any work not finished in class should be taken home as homework.  Students are also encouraged to be reading for at least 30 minutes per day at home.

 

 

April 15 – 19

Important Dates:

April 16-18 – M-Step testing April 19 – Pizza lunch to celebrate the END of M-Step! Each student will be given 2 slices of pizza and a small bag of chips. They will need to bring their own drink.

**April 17 Pirates and Vikings Morning (SEE PREVIOUS POST FOR MORE INFO.)

May 17 – 5th grade celebration

May 30 and 31 – 5th grade camp

This week in my room:

Read-a-loud:  The War That Saved My Life

M-STEP Testing

*Get lots of rest!

*Bring healthy snacks!

April 8 – 12

Upcoming Events:

April 9 – M-Step testing begins – M-Step information.

April 12 – Early Release

April 12 – School Carnival 5:30 – 8:30

This week in My Room:

Read-a-loud:  The War That Saved My Life

M-STEP TESTING

Please bring extra snacks for break times during M-STEP 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

March 25 – 29

Dates to Remember:

March 29 – April 5 – Spring Break

April 9 – M-Step testing begins

April 12 – Early Release

April 12 – School Carnival 5:30 – 8:30

This Week in My Room:

Read-a-loud: The War That Saved My Life

Math: Geometry, Division, Conversions (Metric/Standard)

History/ELA: See Mrs. Bouwens’ Blog.

HOMEWORK:  Any work not finished in class should be taken home as homework.  Students are also encouraged to be reading for at least 30 minutes per day at home.