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Students are to be in their classrooms by the time the 9:00am Tardy Bell rings.
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February 19 - School WILL BE IN SESSION (Snow Day make-up day)

February 20 - Boys Basketball Game at 4:30pm at E2

February 22 - Digital Learning Day

February 22 - Skating Party at Anderson Roll Arena from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Students must be picked up no later than 8:00pm. Parents who do not plan to stay must walk their student into Roll Arena to sign them in with the Parent Club member on duty that evening.

February 23 - Entrepreneur Day - shopping day for grades 3-5 from 1:00pm to 2:15pm

February 23 - Entrepreneur Day Parent Night from 6:00pm to 8:00pm



February 26 - ISTEP testing begins

March 2 - Dress Like Your Favorite Dr. Seuss Character Day

March 2 - Yearbook order deadline



March 5 - Grinch Day

March 6 - Whoville Day

March 7 - Thing 1 & Thing 2 Day -OR- Dress Like Twins Day

March 8 - Cat in the Hat Day

March 9 - E2 Spirit Day (Wear an E2 shirt or a yellow or blue shirt)


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Week of 11/13 - 11/17

We begin a new 3 week cycle of standards. In everyday math, the goal for this week is as follows:
Monday: Lesson 3-6 Fraction Estimation with Number Sense
Tuesday: Lesson 3-7 Fraction Estimation with Benchmarks (Miss Plummer's out for training.)
Wednesday: Lesson 3-8 Renaming Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Thursday: Lesson 3-9 Introduction to Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Friday: Review/Catch up if needed
Please understand that this may change as some lessons may need more time depending on how well the students are grasping the concept.

Tonight, I will be sending home a 2 sided worksheet with a bunch of word problems on it. This worksheet is NOT a requirement. It will NOT be graded. It is simply for those of you would like to work with your child on word problems prior to our quiz tomorrow. Thank you.

Week of 11/6 - 11/10

This week we will continue to practice division of whole numbers. Students should be able to divide a 4-digit number by a 1 or 2-digit number.  Students may use partial quotients OR traditional method, whichever they understand best.  We will also be reviewing comparing decimals to decimals and fractions/mixed numbers to fractions/mixed numbers.  Students will see a number line with missing values and then be asked to compare 2 decimal numbers, 2 fractions, or 2 mixed numbers.  Students can and should practice on ixl if at all possible.