3rd & 4th Grade News Corner
May 21, 2019
This week in Bible we are learning about being a good friend to others and not making people feel left out but including them. We will also be learning about Zacchaeus. We have made “secret pals” in class and the students are encouraged to do something nice for their pal over the next few days of school left. Leaving them a nice note or picking a flower for them or something like that. Maybe you can help your student think of other things as well. In Social Studies we are learning about famous entrepreneurs in history and choosing one to research about. In Science, we are learning about motion, energy and friction. We are having a science test Thursday. Students have flashcards to study. We have a spelling test and memory verse test this Friday.
Track & Field Day:
Track & Field day for grades K-4 will be Thursday, May 30. We start at 9:00a.m. and usually end around 12:30p.m. EVERYONE MUST bring a water bottle, snack, and a lunch. We will NOT be finished in time for hot lunch. Class t-shirts help us keep track of them on the field:
We will have a game day on June 4. If your child would like to bring a game from home to play, make sure your family name is on it.
We will be having an all school awards assembly on Wednesday, June 5 at 8:40a.m. Some students will be receiving awards in the gym. Others will receive awards/gifts in our classrooms. Mr. Mac will come around and hand out medals for Track and Field awards in the classrooms as well. He usually starts with Kindergarten and works his way up. All parents are more than welcome to join us.
Important Upcoming Dates:
May 27- NO SCHOOL- Memorial Day
May 29- 12:30 Release
May 30- K-4 Track & Field Day- 9:00a.m.-12:30p.m. (approximately)
June 4- Game Day- Bring games from home
June 5- Awards Assembly in gym at 8:40a.m.
June 5- Classroom clean-up- Everyone bring a large bag
June 6- 12:30 Release and Last Day of School
June 6- 3rd & 4th grade to Fairgrounds Park- all students must bring a lunch
Mrs. Patchin Mrs. Hulse Mrs. Whitehead Mrs. Ackerman
“The righteous thrive like a palm tree and grow like a cedar tree in Lebanon. Planted in the house of the Lord, they thrive in the courts of our God. They will still bear fruit in old age, healthy and green, to declare, ‘The Lord is just; He is my rock, and there is no unrighteousness in Him.’”