Weekly Snapshot: May 21-25

We’re down to our last full week of school! Can’t believe this year is almost over!

What We’re Learning:

SEM Theme for the Month: Manipulative

Phonics: We are learning 1 phonogram this week, ough which has 6 sounds: /long o/ as in though; /oo/ as in through; /uf/ as in rough; /of/ as in cough; /aw/ as in thought; and /ow/ as in drought. We will also other, previously learned phonograms.

Sight Words: No new sight words this week! We will just be reviewing and practicing previously learned sight words:)

Math:¬† We have finished all our math units for the year. This week we will do some reinforcement activities to practice some of the skills we’ve learned and solidify any difficult concepts.

Science/History: We will be doing some fun science experiments this week!

Handwriting: We will continue using the concept of sky, fence, and ground to help with handwriting. We will review writing the letters Ww, Xx and Yy, Zz

Centers: No centers this week:)

SEM Activities: This week we will be using the manipulative expression style to learn about ough and to do other fun activities.

Events/Activities Coming Up:

This is a busy week! Make sure to read through all that’s happening!

Kindergarten starts at 8:20am and ends at 11:10am. On Fridays, Kindergarten ends at 10:10am. Thanks for being on time! 

School Carnival: The school is hosting a carnival on Saturday, May 19 from 11:00am-1:00pm. This will be a lot of fun! Tons of games, prizes, bounce houses, a slide, obstacle course, a boutique for parents, WaffleLuv and Fiz! Come enjoy with your whole family! To do many of the activities you will need to purchase a punch card for $5 in the office! See you there!

Disney Spirit Week: Next week will be a Disney Spirit Week! Monday: Ohana Day (wear a Hawaiin shirt and uniform bottoms), Tuesday: Monsters University Day (wear a favorite college shirt with uniform bottoms), Wednesday: Character Day (dress like your favorite Disney character), Thursday (none, field day, wear YELLOW!), Friday: Woody’s Roundup Day (dress like a cowboy/girl).

Kindergarten Graduation:¬†We will be having a Graduation celebration on¬†May 23 from 6:00-7:00pm in the school gym. An email with a few more details will be sent out on Monday or Tuesday, watch for it! Also, even though your students have “graduated” we do continue to have normal school until the last day of school! ūüôā

Field Day!: Field day will be on May 24. Students do not need to bring backpacks/folders that day and kindergarteners should wear YELLOW! We will be done a little before 11 this day:) I was also informed that students are welcome to stay after with their parents and purchase school lunch! Should be a really fun day!

May SEM Project: Project day is May 30! Here is the assignment sheet if you need it again! Expression Style Project- May

Last Day of School! The last day of school is¬†Thursday, May 31.¬†This is a full day (8:20-11:10am for Kindergarten). I love the last day of school and I’m looking forward to getting to spend a fun, last day before the year is over! We will do class awards, favorite read-alouds from the year, and some other fun activities.¬†

Grades:¬†Talk to me as soon as possible if you are concerned about your child’s grades so we can come up with a plan!

Homework:¬†NO homework for the rest of the year! Yay! We will be collecting reading calendars this week so make sure you’ve signed for all the days your child has read!

We are currently in need of the following items:

-Graduation set up, sign up here if you’re interested!¬†Graduation Help Sign-Up

That’s all for this week! Email, text via Remind, or comment if you have any questions!

Mrs. Hogenson

Homework: May 14-18

Last week of homework!!! Yay!

Reading:

Students must read for 20 minutes each night Monday-Thursday (and we encourage you to continue on the weekends). This may be individually, with a sibling, parent, friend, etc. Parents, initial the reading homework calendar found inside your student’s homework folder for each night they read. If you miss any days during the week, the weekend is a good time to make them up!

Here’s the reading calendar again if you need it!

Reading Homework Calendar- Mrs. Hogenson

Comment below if there are any questions!

 

There is NO math or spelling homework for the remainder of the year!

Weekly Snapshot: March 14-18

What We’re Learning:

SEM Theme for the Month: Manipulative

Phonics: We are learning 2 phonograms this week, ey which has 2 sounds: /long a/ as in they and /long e/ as in key; and ea which has 3 sounds: /long e/ as in eat; /short e/ as in head, and /long a/ as in break. These 2+ letter phonograms can be tricky! It will be helpful if you review this sound with your child this week, especially as you see it in words! Also, be sure to check out the Phonics tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sounds- especially check out the video posted with hand signs for each sound (it helps A LOT).

Sight Words: This week we have 2 sight words: nine & ten. Make sure and check out the Sight Words tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sight words!

Math:  We are working on our last unit about decomposing and composing flat and solid shapes.

Science/History: We will do some fun activities about nutrition and may explore magnets (if we have time)

Writing: End-of-the-year writing activities

Handwriting: We will continue using the concept of sky, fence, and ground to help with handwriting. We will review writing the letters Ww and Xx.

Centers: No centers this week:)

SEM Activities: This week we will be using the manipulative expression style to learn about ey, ea, nine, ten, and to do other fun activities.

Events/Activities Coming Up:

There are quite a few due to the end of the year, make sure and read them all! 

Kindergarten starts at 8:20am and ends at 11:10am. On Fridays, Kindergarten ends at 10:10am. Thanks for being on time! 

Night of the Arts: Ascent will be holding an art gallery night to display the work from our Great Artist program on Thursday, May 17¬†at 7:00pm¬†. Every student will have a piece displayed. Students will also be performing music that they have learned with our music teacher this year (similar to the Christmas concert). We encourage all students to attend the Night of the Arts and perform for the concern portion! The concert will be in the gym and the art will be on display throughout the whole school. (Also, for your information, students will be doing a “dress rehearsal” that day during school, however, we ask that parents NOT attend this performance, there will not be room in the gym and it is a rehearsal).

School Carnival: The school is hosting a carnival on Saturday, May 19 from 11:00am-1:00pm. This will be a lot of fun! Tons of games, prizes, bounce houses, a slide, obstacle course, a boutique for parents, WaffleLuv and Fiz! Come enjoy with your whole family! To do many of the activities you will need to purchase a punch card for $5 in the office! See you there!

Kindergarten Graduation:¬†We will be having a Graduation celebration on¬†May 23 from 6:00-7:00pm in the school gym. Invitations will be sent home this week, watch for them! Also, even though your students have “graduated” we do continue to have normal school until the last day of school! ūüôā

Field Day!: Field day will be on May 24 during normal school hours for us. Students do not need to bring backpacks/folders that day and kindergarteners should wear YELLOW! More details to come as we get closer. 

May SEM Project: Project day is May 30! Here is the assignment sheet if you need it again! Expression Style Project- May

Last Day of School! The last day of school is¬†Thursday, May 31.¬†This is a full day (8:20-11:10am for Kindergarten). I love the last day of school and I’m looking forward to getting to spend a fun, last day before the year is over! We will do class awards, favorite read-alouds from the year, and some other fun activities.¬†

Grades:¬†Make sure to be checking graded papers as they come home as well as your child‚Äôs grades in Aspire! Talk to me as soon as possible if you are concerned about your child’s grades so we can come up with a plan!

Homework: ONLY reading homework this week (NO math or spelling)! Make sure to check the Homework blog post for more details.

We are currently in need of the following items:

-white cardstock

-Graduation set up, sign up here if you’re interested!¬†Graduation Help Sign-Up

That’s all for this week! Email, text via Remind, or comment if you have any questions!

Mrs. Hogenson

Homework: May 7-11

As we are getting close to the end of the year, homework is winding down! ONLY Spelling and Reading homework this week!

Spelling:

Please Print the Spelling Homework Menu:

Spelling Homework Menu

Please print out the sort and sorting page (or you can make your own) for your child’s spelling group:

Gold Group:

L.1

LN sorting page, sort 1

Words: (Review of beginning sounds) mouse, rocket, barn, scissors, soap, seal, ring, bed, monkey, bear, road, sink, map, milk, roof, six, baby, rain, band, meat

Silver Group:

L.20

LN sorting page, sort 20

Words: scale, snake, snowman, school, sweater, snow, scooter, scout, swan, snail, scarf, snap, switch, swing, swim

Black Group:

L.23

LN sorting page, sort 23

Words: bread, tray, dragon, draw, princess, track, dream, brush, bridge, triangle, prize, present, drill, broom, prince, tree, bride, truck, drum, pretzel

White Group:

L.38

LN sorting page, sort 38

Follow the directions on the Homework Menu (and look at the How To Guide-Spelling Homework for more details), turn it in on Friday!

 

Reading:

Students must read for 20 minutes each night Monday-Thursday (and we encourage you to continue on the weekends). This may be individually, with a sibling, parent, friend, etc. Parents, initial the reading homework calendar found inside your student’s homework folder for each night they read. If you miss any days during the week, the weekend is a good time to make them up!

Here’s the reading calendar again if you need it!

Reading Homework Calendar- Mrs. Hogenson

Comment below if there are any questions!

Weekly Snapshot: May 7-11

What We’re Learning:

SEM Theme for the Month: Manipulative

Phonics: We are learning 2 phonograms this week, ie which has 2 sounds: /long e/ as in field and /long i/ as in pie; ei which has 3 sounds: /long e/ as in conceit; /long a/ veil, and /short i/ as in forfeit. These 2+ letter phonograms can be tricky! It will be helpful if you review this sound with your child this week, especially as you see it in words! Also, be sure to check out the Phonics tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sounds- especially check out the video posted with hand signs for each sound (it helps A LOT).

Sight Words: We are done with advanced/regular sight word groups. For the remainder of the year, everyone will be working on the same words (number words). This week we have 2 sight words: seven & eight. Make sure and check out the Sight Words tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sight words! They will be on the Reading Quiz next week!

Math:  We are beginning our last unit about decomposing and composing flat and solid shapes.

Science/History: We will talk about George Washington Carver and some other plant topics/activities.

Writing: We will complete our end-of-the-year writing assessment.

Handwriting: We will continue using the concept of sky, fence, and ground to help with handwriting. We will review writing the letters Ww and Xx.

Centers: Centers this week will consist of silent reading, a sight word game/CVC word practice, creating things out of legos, play dough sensory play, RAZ kids on iPads, and water color color-by-number.

SEM Activities: This week we will be using the manipulative expression style to learn about ie, ei, seven, eight, and plants.

Events/Activities Coming Up:

Kindergarten starts at 8:20am and ends at 11:10am. On Fridays, Kindergarten ends at 10:10am. Thanks for being on time! 

Reading Quiz: This week, your child will be quizzed on ow, ou, wh, ti, five, six, three, four. In general, everyone is having a little difficulty remembering the sounds for the 2+ letter phonograms. Please find some time to review with your students! It makes a huge difference! Make sure your child can read these sight words when they see the word and say ALL the sounds for each letter/phonogram when they see it!

Spelling Test:¬† Gold group needs to be able to write the correct first sound (b, m, r, s) and a good guess for the rest of the word. Silver group needs to be able to write the correct first sound (sc, sn, sw). Black group needs to write the correct first sound (pr, tr, dr, br) and a good guess for the rest of the word, and White group needs to get the whole word correct (short vowel words with beginning blends). If you have any questions, let me know! I know we are almost to the end of the year, but please make sure your child is prepared for their spelling test. These sorts are getting harder and they may need different homework options/help to really help them understand how to spell these words. Also, review spelling tests sent home with your child! This week’s spelling test will be our last spelling test for the year!

May SEM Project: Project day is May 30! Here is the assignment sheet if you need it again! Expression Style Project- May

Grades:¬†Make sure to be checking graded papers as they come home as well as your child‚Äôs grades in Aspire! Talk to me as soon as possible if you are concerned about your child’s grades so we can come up with a plan!

Homework: Spelling (with spelling groups) and reading homework this week (NO math)! Make sure to check the Homework blog post for more details!

Volunteer Calendar: Here is the link to the Volunteer Calendar:¬†Mrs. Hogenson’s Class- Volunteer Calendar¬† (you can also find it on the blog under the Parent Info tab>>> Volunteer Schedule). PLEASE come if you’re scheduled to. If you can’t come, let me know! Thanks for helping!

Kindergarten Graduation: Mark your calendars! We will be having a Graduation celebration on May 23 from 6:00-7:00pm in the school gym. More details to come as we get closer!!!

We are currently in need of the following items:

-white cardstock

-I will need help with graduation projects soon, look for an email with details coming soon:)

That’s all for this week! Email, text via Remind, or comment if you have any questions!

Mrs. Hogenson

Homework: April 30-May 4

Spelling:

Please Print the Spelling Homework Menu:

Spelling Homework Menu

Please print out the sort and sorting page (or you can make your own) for your child’s spelling group:

Gold Group:

E.42

E- sorting page, sort 42

Words: chin, chick, wheelbarrow, thirteen, wheel, shoe, ship, chain, thick, thermos, thermometer, whistle, chair, whiskers, shirt, shelf, thorn, whale, cheese, shell

Silver Group:

L.19

LN sorting page, sort 19

Words: ski, smoke, spout, skate, smock, sponge, spear, skunk, sky, spider, spill, skirt, smell, smile, small

Black Group:

L.22

LN sorting page, sort 22

Words: crane, grass, glue, fry, fruit, grill, glasses, cloud, crown, frame, claw, crib, grasshopper, clock, glass, class, cracker, freezer, groceries, globe

White Group:

L.34

LN sorting page, sort 34

Follow the directions on the Homework Menu (and look at the How To Guide-Spelling Homework for more details), turn it in on Friday!

Math:

Option 1: Moby Max for 40 minutes/week (10 minutes a night)

Your student may work on any of the math sections (math, math facts, numbers). Use the link below and enter the picture password (mountains, tent)

http://www.mobymax.com/signin/chogenson/

Option 2: Math Homework Worksheets All 4 worksheets must be completed for full credit

M5_Lesson 21 Homework

M5_Lesson 22 Homework

M5_Lesson 23 Homework

M5_Lesson 24 Homework

M5_Lesson 24 Fluency Template (You will need to print this to complete Lesson 24 homework)

Option 3: Zearn for 40 minutes/week (10 minutes a night)

http://zearn.org/

Log on, have your student click on the lesson at the top, and get started!

*Unfortunately, Zearn does not keep track of your child’s minutes. If your child wants to do Zearn for their math minutes, please write how many minutes they did it for on the homework calendar in their folder. We will check it at the end of the week. Ex: Zearn 10 minutes

*If you would like to do a combination of Moby Max, Zearn, and math worksheets, that‚Äôs totally fine! 1 worksheet is the equivalent of 10 minutes, so just make sure your ‚Äútotal time‚ÄĚ for the week is 40 minutes

Reading:

Students must read for 20 minutes each night Monday-Thursday (and we encourage you to continue on the weekends). This may be individually, with a sibling, parent, friend, etc. Parents, initial the reading homework calendar found inside your student’s homework folder for each night they read. If you miss any days during the week, the weekend is a good time to make them up!

Here’s the reading calendar again if you need it!

Reading Homework Calendar- Mrs. Hogenson

Comment below if there are any questions!

Weekly Snapshot: April 30-May 4

What We’re Learning:

SEM Theme for the Month: Manipulative

Phonics: We are learning 3 phonograms this week, ow which has 2 sounds: /ow/ as in how and /long o/ as in bow; ou which has 4 sounds: /ow/ as in round; /long o/ soul; /oo/ as in you; /short u/ as in cousin; and wh as in white. These 2+ letter phonograms can be tricky! It will be helpful if you review this sound with your child this week, especially as you see it in words! Also, be sure to check out the Phonics tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sounds- especially check out the video posted with hand signs for each sound (it helps A LOT). These will all be on the Reading Quiz next week!

Sight Words: We are done with advanced/regular sight word groups. For the remainder of the year, everyone will be working on the same words (number words). This week we have 2 sight words: five & six. Make sure and check out the Sight Words tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sight words! They will be on the Reading Quiz next week!

Math:  We will decompose teen numbers and start our Module 5 assessment.

Science/History:¬†We will talk about people and plants, and George Washington Carver (we didn’t quite make it to these topics last week).

Writing: We will use 3 or more sentences to describe details about the zoo!

Handwriting: We will continue using the concept of sky, fence, and ground to help with handwriting. We will review writing the letters Uu and Vv.

Centers: Centers this week will consist of silent reading, SPLAT! sight word game/CVC word practice, listening to Storyline Online and completing a response sheet, bug bin sensory play, RAZ kids on iPads, and rain boots/umbrellas with number words.

SEM Activities: This week we will be using the manipulative expression style to learn about ow, ou, wh, five, six, and plants.

Events/Activities Coming Up:

Kindergarten starts at 8:20am and ends at 11:10am. On Fridays, Kindergarten ends at 10:10am. Thanks for being on time! 

Reading Quiz: This week, your child will be quizzed on ti, si, ci, oo, three, four, one, two. In general, everyone is having a little difficulty remembering the sounds for the 2+ letter phonograms. Please find some time to review with your students! It makes a huge difference! Make sure your child can read these sight words when they see the word and say ALL the sounds for each letter/phonogram when they see it!

Spelling Test:  Gold group needs to be able to write the correct first sound (sh, ch, th, wh) and a good guess for the rest of the word. Silver group needs to be able to write the correct first sound (sp, sk, sm). Black group needs to write the correct first sound (cr, cl, fr, gl, gr) and a good guess for the rest of the word, and White group needs to get the whole word correct (word families- ank, ink, unk). If you have any questions, let me know! I know we are almost to the end of the year, but please make sure your child is prepared for their spelling test. These sorts are getting harder and they may need different homework options/help to really help them understand how to spell these words. Also, review spelling tests sent home with your child!

Pennies for Patients: This week is the last week to bring in money for this great cause! Send your students with change that they would like to donate for this!

Seed Show and Tell:¬†This week is the last week for your student to bring seeds in! Put them in a ziploc bag and label them with what type of seed it is (just in case your students can’t remember and I don’t know). Thanks! This will be a lot of fun! Let me know if you have questions!

May SEM Project: Project day is May 30! Here is the assignment sheet if you need it again! Expression Style Project- May

Grades:¬†Make sure to be checking graded papers as they come home as well as your child‚Äôs grades in Aspire! Talk to me as soon as possible if you are concerned about your child’s grades so we can come up with a plan!

Homework: Spelling (with spelling groups), math, and reading homework this week! Make sure to check the Homework blog post for more details!

Volunteer Calendar: Here is the link to the Volunteer Calendar:¬†Mrs. Hogenson’s Class- Volunteer Calendar¬† (you can also find it on the blog under the Parent Info tab>>> Volunteer Schedule). PLEASE come if you’re scheduled to. If you can’t come, let me know! Thanks for helping!

Kindergarten Graduation: Mark your calendars! We will be having a Graduation celebration on May 23 from 6:00-7:00pm in the school gym. More details to come as we get closer!!!

We are currently in need of the following items:

-I will need help with graduation projects soon, look for an email with details coming soon:)

That’s all for this week! Email, text via Remind, or comment if you have any questions!

Mrs. Hogenson

Homework: April 23- 27

Spelling:

Please Print the Spelling Homework Menu:

Spelling Homework Menu

Please print out the sort and sorting page (or you can make your own) for your child’s spelling group:

Gold Group:

E.41

E- sorting page, sort 41

Words: thirteen, white, think, whiskers, whale, thick, thorn, thermos, wheelbarrow, thermometer, whistle, wheat

Silver Group:

L.18

LN sorting page, sort 18

Words: tag, tire, steak, sun, stamp, soap, tiger, tape, stairs, star, saw, stove, sit, seal, top

Black Group:

L.21

LN sorting page, sort 21

Words: sled, blocks, flag, plum, flower, flute, slice, black, blue, plant, plow, blanket, plug, sleep, slippers, float, pliers, slide, flashlight, blouse

White Group:

L.33

LN sorting page, sort 33

Follow the directions on the Homework Menu (and look at the How To Guide-Spelling Homework for more details), turn it in on Friday!

Math:

Option 1: Moby Max for 40 minutes/week (10 minutes a night)

Your student may work on any of the math sections (math, math facts, numbers). Use the link below and enter the picture password (mountains, tent)

http://www.mobymax.com/signin/chogenson/

Option 2: Math Homework Worksheets All 4 worksheets must be completed for full credit

M5_Lesson 17 Homework

M5_Lesson 18 Homework

M5_Lesson 19 Homework

M5_Lesson 20 Homework

Option 3: Zearn for 40 minutes/week (10 minutes a night)

http://zearn.org/

Log on, have your student click on the lesson at the top, and get started!

*Unfortunately, Zearn does not keep track of your child’s minutes. If your child wants to do Zearn for their math minutes, please write how many minutes they did it for on the homework calendar in their folder. We will check it at the end of the week. Ex: Zearn 10 minutes

*If you would like to do a combination of Moby Max, Zearn, and math worksheets, that‚Äôs totally fine! 1 worksheet is the equivalent of 10 minutes, so just make sure your ‚Äútotal time‚ÄĚ for the week is 40 minutes

Reading:

Students must read for 20 minutes each night Monday-Thursday (and we encourage you to continue on the weekends). This may be individually, with a sibling, parent, friend, etc. Parents, initial the reading homework calendar found inside your student’s homework folder for each night they read. If you miss any days during the week, the weekend is a good time to make them up!

Here’s the reading calendar again if you need it!

Reading Homework Calendar- Mrs. Hogenson

Comment below if there are any questions!

Weekly Snapshot: April 23-27

What We’re Learning:

SEM Theme for the Month: Audio/Visual

Phonics: We are learning 3 phonograms this week, ti which has 1 sound: /sh/ as in action, si which has 2 sounds, /sh/ as in session, and /zh/ as in vision, and ci as in facial. These 2+ letter phonograms can be tricky! It will be helpful if you review this sound with your child this week, especially as you see it in words! Also, be sure to check out the Phonics tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sounds- especially check out the video posted with hand signs for each sound (it helps A LOT). These will all be on the Reading Quiz next week!

Sight Words: We are done with advanced/regular sight word groups. For the remainder of the year, everyone will be working on the same words (number words). This week we have 2 sight words: three & four. Make sure and check out the Sight Words tab (under Resources) for tips and tricks to help your child learn these sight words! They will be on the Reading Quiz next week!

Math:  We will extend the say 10 and regular count sequence to 100.

Science/History: We will talk about different kinds of trees, people and plants, and George Washington Carver.

Writing: We will use 3 or more sentences to describe details about sports we like!

Handwriting: We will continue using the concept of sky, fence, and ground to help with handwriting. We will review writing the letters S & T.

Centers: Centers this week will consist of silent reading, SPLAT! sight word game/CVC word practice, listening to Storyline Online and completing a response sheet, bug bin sensory play, RAZ kids on iPads, and rain boots/umbrellas with number words.

SEM Activities: This week we will be using the audio/visual expression style to learn about ti, si, ci, three, four, plants, and animals (in preparation for the zoo).

Events/Activities Coming Up:

Kindergarten starts at 8:20am and ends at 11:10am. On Fridays, Kindergarten ends at 10:10am. Remember, on Thursday, due to the field trip, class will be from 8:20-1:30pm. Thanks for being on time! 

Field Trip:¬†Our field trip to the¬†Hogle Zoo on April 26 is this week! Yay! Remember to send your child with a lunch- clearly labeled with their name and disposable. Also, if you are a chaperone, remember to bring a backpack to hold your group’s lunches in! I will be sending an email this week with more details. Watch for it! Thanks for all the support!

Reading Quiz: This week, your child will be quizzed on wor, oo, ed, oa, one, two, from, zero. In general, everyone is having a little difficulty remembering the sounds for the 2+ letter phonograms. Please find some time to review with your students! It makes a huge difference! Make sure your child can read these sight words when they see the word and say ALL the sounds for each letter/phonogram when they see it! Advanced Quiz: wor, oo, ed, oa, one, two, if, will.

Spelling Test:  Gold group needs to be able to write the correct first sound (th, wh) and a good guess for the rest of the word. Silver group needs to be able to write the correct first sound (s, t, st). Black group needs to write the correct first sound (pl, sl, bl, fl) and a good guess for the rest of the word, and White group needs to get the whole word correct (word families- ang, ing, ong, ung). If you have any questions, let me know! I know we are almost to the end of the year, but please make sure your child is prepared for their spelling test. These sorts are getting harder and they may need different homework options/help to really help them understand how to spell these words. Also, review spelling tests sent home with your child!

Seed Show and Tell: We are learning about parts of plants and plant life cycles this month. To help with this, we are asking students to bring in different kinds of seeds to show to the class! Your student may bring seeds in at any time during the month of April. Put them in a ziploc bag and label them with what type of seed it is (just in case your students can’t remember and I don’t know). Thanks! This will be a lot of fun! Let me know if you have questions!

April SEM Project: Project day is April 27! Here is the assignment sheet if you need it again! Expression Style Project- Apr

Grades:¬†Make sure to be checking graded papers as they come home as well as your child‚Äôs grades in Aspire! Talk to me as soon as possible if you are concerned about your child’s grades so we can come up with a plan!

Homework: Spelling (with spelling groups), math, and reading homework this week! Make sure to check the Homework blog post for more details!

Volunteer Calendar: Here is the link to the Volunteer Calendar:¬†Mrs. Hogenson’s Class- Volunteer Calendar¬† (you can also find it on the blog under the Parent Info tab>>> Volunteer Schedule). PLEASE come if you’re scheduled to. If you can’t come, let me know! Thanks for helping!

Kindergarten Graduation: Mark your calendars! We will be having a Graduation celebration on May 23 from 6:00-7:00pm in the school gym. More details to come as we get closer!!!

We are currently in need of the following items:

That’s all for this week! Email, text via Remind, or comment if you have any questions!

Mrs. Hogenson