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Week of January 16th

Teachers Notes:

I hope that you all had a wonderful weekend and thank you to my parents who sent in snack. With the weather staying cold please make sure to send your student with proper jackets and hats. This will help keep your child from catching a cold and getting sick. With Winter finally upon us the chances of getting sick often increases. I hope that you have a wonderful week and if there is anything I can do for you please email me and let me know.

Important Dates:

  • January 16 - No School, Inservice

  • January 17 - School Council Meeting, 6:30 p.m.

  • January 21 - Family Game Night at Parish Center

  • January 23 - Bread in a Bag, Grades 3 - 5

  • January 29 - Catholic Schools Week Begins

  • January 31 - Bishop Vincke Mass, 1:30 p.m.; Building Committee Meeting, 6:30


Monday- No school

Tuesday- Rainbow write spelling words, Sight words practice, Math sheet, and read for 10 minutes

Wednesday- Write spelling words 3 times, Sight word practice, Math sheet, and read for 10 minutes

Thursday- use spelling words in a sentence, sight word practice, Math sheet, and read for 10 minutes

Friday-Have a great weekend


In reading this week we are going to be talking about what a folktale is. We will also be working on sounding out words that we do not know, and rhyming words. On Thursday we will be having a spelling bee in the classroom. The words will be on words we have already had. If you have any questions on the spelling bee please email me.

Spelling words:

  1. lend

  2. send

  3. fast

  4. past

  5. sink

  6. wink

  7. run

  8. bug

  9. of

  10. who


For math this week, we are working on subtracting numbers between 1-10 from teen numbers. They will also be working on their fluency in adding numbers 1-20.


This week we will be talking about Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on the US.


We will be continuing our conversation about the presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.

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