Sunday, January 13, 2019

January 14th - 18th

REMINDERS
*Monday, 01/14 
Half-day; dismissal is at 12 noon — after school in session if needed
*Thursday, 01/17
Assessment on verbs & religion ch. 17 quiz — 2nd grade
*Friday, 01/18
MAP testing — Reading

THIS WEEK IN CLASS . . .
Lessons: 2nd Grade takes their assessment on verbs, continues to read Alexander Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday, beings to learn about immigration, continues to learn about the human body, and takes a quiz in religion based on the week's chapter.

Lessons: 3rd Grade continues to read About Earth, and continues to prepare for the NY Archdiocesan mid-term exam.

Lessons: 4th Grade continues to prepare for the NY Archdiocesan mid-term exam.

HOMEWORK
Monday 01-14
2nd Grade:
*Reading Log

3rd Grade:
*Reading Log
*Study all notes for religion mid-term

Tuesday 01-15
2nd Grade:
*Reading Log
*Voyages pp. 97, 100, & 101

3rd Grade:
*Reading Log
*Study religion notes - including vocabulary 

4th Grade:
*Study religion notes - including vocabulary

Wednesday 01-16
2nd Grade:
*Reading Log
*Study verbs in voyages
*Study ch. 17 in religion book

3rd Grade:
*Reading Log
*Copy reading vocabulary into notebook
*Study notes for religion
*Continue to work on projects

4th Grade:
*Study notes for religion
*Continue to work on projects

Thursday, January 10, 2019

January 7th - 11th


REMINDERS

* End of Unit 1 Pearson Assessment on Monday, January 7th — 2nd grade only

* National Government quiz on Tuesday, January 8th
* I will be meeting with students in the sacramental program this week. Parents must arrange pick-up at 4:00 PM for students who are not in the after school program.
Thursdays - Reconciliation — 3:15 to 4:00 PM
Fridays - Communion — 3:15 to 4:00 PM
* MAP testing will begins this week
* Progress Reports sent out on Friday, Jan. 11th


THIS WEEK IN CLASS . . .

Lessons: 2nd Grade takes end of Unit 1 assessment in the Pearson reading program, learns about shades of meaning of verbs, continues to learn about the human body, takes a quiz about our national government, and continues to learn about our faith and how to grow as Jesus' disciples.

Lessons: 3rd Grade continues to read About Earth in the Pearson reading program, learns about pronouns as compound subjects and objects, and continues to review and prepare for NY Archdiocesan Mid-Term Exam.


Lessons: 4th Grade continues to review and prepare for NY Archdiocesan Mid-Term Exam.

HOMEWORK
Monday — Jan. 7th
2nd Grade:
*Complete reading log
*Review questions on pp. 164 - 165 of social studies book - test tomorrow

3rd Grade:
*Complete reading log
*Complete class work RWJ p. 81 - 82 - log onto Pearson for access to the book About Earth
*Study today's religion notes

4th Grade:
*Study today's religion notes


Tuesday — Jan. 8th
2nd Grade:
*Complete reading log
*Voyages p. 86
*Copy science vocabulary words into notebook
*Review questions on pp. 164 - 165 of social studies book - test tomorrow

3rd Grade:
*Complete reading log
*Study today's religion notes

4th Grade:
*Study today's religion notes



Wednesday — Jan. 9th
2nd Grade:
*Complete reading log

3rd Grade:
*Complete reading log
*Study today's religion notes

4th Grade:
*Study today's religion notes

Thursday — Jan. 10th
2nd Grade:
*Complete reading log
*Update reading notebooks with reading vocabulary words.

3rd Grade:
*Complete reading log
*Study today's religion notes

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

2nd Grade Religion Project

Sacraments

On a tri-fold board, answer the following questions about the sacrament you have chosen. Make sure to check over your information for grammar, punctuation, and spelling. A reminder that you are not copying and pasting information from the internet, as you remember that I've explained in class that doing so is called plagiarism. All work done on your board must be put into your own words.
  • Name your sacrament.
  • What type of sacrament it is?
  • What is the significance of the sacrament?
  • What is done before, during, and after the sacrament?
  • What is used during the sacrament?
  • Why are they used? What is the significance of the things used?
  • When is the sacrament celebrated?
  • Who can celebrate the sacrament?
Include pictures - be creative!
If you use any unfamiliar words on your project, make a list of them and their definition.

Due January 28th

3rd Grade Religion Project

Twelve Apostles

On a tri-fold board, answer the following questions about the Apostle you have chosen. Make sure to check over your information for grammar, punctuation, and spelling. A reminder that you are not copying and pasting information from the internet, as you remember that I've explained in class that doing so is called plagiarism. All work done on your board must be put into your own words.
  • What is an Apostle?
  • What is your Apostles name?
  • Where is he from?
  • What is a notable story about your Apostle?
  • What is your Apostle known for?
  • What is the Apostles Creed?
  • What are you vowing to believe in when you pray it?
  • What is one question that you would ask your Apostle?
Include pictures - be creative!

If you use any unfamiliar words on your project, make a list of them and their definition.

Due January 28th