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Lesson 11:

  1. Representatives--elected officials

  2. Pressing--urgent

  3. Shattered-breaking into many pieces/

  4. Embark--to begin a journey

  5. Viewpoint--thoughts and opinions

  6. Conduct--behavior

  7. Cramped--tight space

  8. Bracing--holding onto a support

  9. Surveyed--look over and notice

  10. Distracted--not focused/thrown off/lose attention

 

 

ENJOY YOUR 4 DAY WEEKEND.

 

Visit the new falcon cam:

 

http://www.conservewildlifenj.org/education/uc-falconcam/

 

visit the Eagle cam and get updates:

 

http://www.conservewildlifenj.org/education/eaglecam/

 

 

 

I.  VISIT AND WORK AT FOG STONE ISLE! THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO IMPROVE YOUR FRACTION SKILLS! IN TWO WEEKS, WE WILL DISPLAY OUR WORK, SO BE READY!

 

PERHAPS OVER THE WEEKEND, YOU MAY LIKE TO WORK ON YOUR BUILDINGS AT FOG STONE ISLE!  HERE IS THE SITE:

 

http://fogstoneisle.com/

 

 II READ DAILY YOUR ARC CHPT. BOOK, YOUR CURRENT SCIENCE CHAPTER, YOUR CURRENT SS STUDIES WEEKLY MAGAZINE, INFORMATIONAL TEXT.  BECOME AN EXPERT IN A TOPIC EACH WEEK1

 

Take time to read daily at least one hour!  You need to finish an ARC chapter book each week, and many of you are now doing this! Wonderful! Way to go!  The more you read, the more you will succeed. Do you know that strong readers become strong writers!  Strong writers are strong readers. Read daily, and read a variety of genre. Choose an informational topic each week and become an expert. Go to your local library or school library and read as much informational text as you can!

 

 

#3.  VISIT THINK CENTRAL AND REFLEX OFTEN! COMPLETE THE TASKS WAITING FOR YOU AND BECOME SHARPER AND BETTER AT MATH!  THIS IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!

 

#4  CHECK AND ORGANIZE YOUR BINDER 2X/ DAY.  THIS IS YOUR JOB.  LEAVE PAST PAPERS AT HOME IN A SAFE PLACE. HAVE YOUR BINDER SLIM AND TRIM.  BE READY TO WORK ON TUESDAY!

 

 

 

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY TO ALL OF YOU! 

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR MANY KIND AND THOUGHTFUL GIFTS! 

MY,  YOU ALL SURPRISED ME.

AGAIN, THANK YOU FOR BEING SUCH

SWEETHEARTS!

5W, YOU ARE AN AMAZING CREW AND YOU 

ARE SO KIND AND CARING TOWARD EACH OTHER, TOO!

 

 

HEY--JOIN IN THIS GREAT SCHOOL FUNDRAISER......

 

 

Tuesday February 21, 2017

4:00 - 7:00PM

COME BY AND SEE OUR GREAT TEACHERS!

 

 

2/11/17

5W REMINDERS:

 LIBRARY IS MONDAY--RETURN YOUR BOOKS. YOU NEED TO BE READING A SCIENCE FICTION OR HISTORICAL FICTION. KNOW YOUR GENRES, TOO.  

 

VALENTINE EXCHANGE DURING LUNCH ON TUESDAY!

SEE 5W WEB PAGE FOR OUR 5W CREW NAMES!

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SCIENCE T& W DUE ON TUESDAY--BE NEAT, LEGIBLE, DETAILED. ASK YOURSELF:  IS THIS MY BEST WORK?  EXTRA TIME WAS GIVEN DUE TO SNOW DAY!

 

SCIENCE PRESENTATIONS ARE ON MONDAY! DO YOUR BEST!  SPEAK LOUD! 

 

SCIENCE TEST ON TUESDAY--LESSON 4B STUDY YOUR GUIDE!

 

SOCIAL STUDIES TEST  IS ON THURSDAY--HAVE YOU DONE THE ONLINE ACTIVITIES?  YOU NEED TO PUT IN THIS TIME DAILY.

 

THIS WEEK, OPINION WRITING--DO YOUR BEST!  5 PARGRAPHS WITH DETAILS AND SUPPORTING EVIDENCE.  FOLLOW RUBRICS GIVEN! (Monday and Tuesday)

 

ONGOING MATH ASSESSMENTS--DO YOUR BEST. THINK CENTRAL ASSESSMENTS COUNT TOWARD YOUR MATH  GRADES.  CHECK WORK CAREFULLLY BEFORE SUBMITTING.

 

SCHOOL IS CLOSED ON 2/17 AND 2/20.  GET YOUR WORK DONE.  

 

fluff:

 

http://www.tweentribune.com/article/teen/everything-you-ever-wanted-know-about-fluff/

 

tomatoes:

 

http://www.tweentribune.com/article/junior/how-make-tastier-tomato/

 

 

 

 

Weekly papers were sent home on Wednesday, please return the sign/return slip signed on Friday for 5 stamps. 

 

Dear 5W CREW:

 

School was closed today due to inclement weather on 2/9/17.  For tomorrrow, Friday, 2/10 please come prepared for your two vocabulary quizzes for reading--lesson 14 and Social Studies--week 4.  The Science T&W will be due on Tuesday since we did not finish the chapter yet or present your group's mini-posters.  We will finish the study guide tomorrow in class together. The Science 4B test will be on Tuesday, 2/14. We will continue our ongoing math assessments and NWEA on Friday.  Our 100 day celebration is optional if you wish to dress like a "100 year-old person."  Please dress warm and be safe tomorrow coming to and from school.  On Monday, our library time, please choose a science fiction or historical fiction book. You need to read a variety of genre.

Continue to read week 4 Studies Weekly and do activities on line. Also, complete Think Central assignments. On the Get Connected page are some other Go-math animated models to practice, too.  

Take care.  I will see you on Friday!

                                 Sincerely,

                                  Mrs. Worosz

 

 

LESSON 14 VOCABULARY--QUIZ WILL BE ON FRIDAY. 

 

Influential--  having the power to make other people do things

 

Persuade--convince

 

bondage--captivity/slavery

 

Tentative--uncertain

 

Aspects--qualities, views, parts of a whole

 

Provisions--supplies that help you survive/equipment

 

Dexterity--skillful in movements/ flexibility

 

contributions--improvements/give something toward the good of all/to support /to put in

 

Apprentice--someone who works with a master craftsman to learn a trade.

 

Authorities--government officials/ people in charge/give orders/demand obedience/






 

PLEASE BE PREPARED FOR CLASS WITH  TWO SHARPENED PENCILS, A RED STICK PEN AND A BLUE OR BLACK STICK PEN. BE READY TO WORK! PLEASE LEAVE ALL TOYS AND UNNECESSARY ITEMS AT HOME,TOO.  THANK YOU! 

 

lesson 14 READING

VOCABULARY:

QUIZLET:

https://quizlet.com/13280749/journeys_az_5th-lesson-14-james-forten-flash-cards/

 

SOCIAL STUDIES:

 

WEEK 4 STUDIES WEEKLY

YOUR OPEN MAGAZINE TEST WILL BE ON 2/16.  VOCABULARY CHECK WILL BE ON 2/10! YOU NEED TO READ, COMPLETE ON-LINE ACTIVITIES, DO THE MAGAZINE ACTIVITIES, READ DAILY AND KNOW YOUR VOCABULARY.

WORK ON THIS EVERY DAY. DO YOUR CLASS TASKS CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY. READ CLOSELY.

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES---WEEK 4 STUDIES WEEKLY


Words to Know:  2/10 VOCABULARY CHECK!
      cotton bolls: seedpods of a cotton plant
 
      overseer: boss of slaves working in plantation fields
 
      plantation: large farm, especially in the Southern Colonies
 
      slavery: forced labor without pay or chance of freedom
 
      spiritual: African American song of hope originating in plantation fields in the colonies
 
      Middle Passage: Atlantic crossing on a slave ship
 
      Supreme Court: highest court in the judiciary branch of the U.S.
 
      Triangle Trade: historic phrase pertaining to trade between three continents in colonial era
      exports: goods sent out from one country to another
 
      Fort Mose: first free African settlement in America
 
      executive order: rule made by the U.S. president (executive branch) or government agency that must be obeyed
      like a law
 
      Emancipation Proclamation: executive order made by President Abraham Lincoln and signed on Jan. 1, 1863,   
      freeing some of the slaves
 
      13th Amendment: 1865 Constitutional Amendment, passed by the Congress (legislative branch), forever
      prohibiting all slavery and indentured servitude in the USA
 
      Constitution: official document of the laws of the USA
 
      Juneteenth: annual celebration of the June 19, 1865, news that Texas slaves were free under the Emancipation
      Proclamation of two and a half years earlier

 
Word Wall Words
• abolished
• slavery
• cotton
• plantation
• spiritual

 

 

Summary of Previous Lesson:

 

In last week’s issue students learned that 13 individual colonies were established along the Atlantic

 

coastline of America. The colonies were divided into three distinct regions: The New England Colonies,

 

The Middle Colonies and the Southern Colonies. Students compared and contrasted the climates,

 

resources, governments, economies and religions of all three colonial regions. Students learned more

 

about two famous religious dissenters, Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson, who were both banished

 

from their churches for speaking out against church views of the day. Students also learned that the

 

institution of slavery started very early in Colonial America. Slaves from Africa were traded for weapons

 

and sold to plantation owners in the colonies. Thus began the horrible slave trade in the colonies that

 

would eventually lead to the near collapse of a new country.
 
 

this week:

Students read about how some Africans were captured and taken from their homes against their will

 

to sail in harsh conditions to the Americas. There they either worked as indentured servants or, more

 

likely, were sold as slaves. Many slaves worked on large plantations.

 

 

Lesson: Triangle trade is examined. Each leg of the triangle is thoroughly discussed. Students learn

 

what each continent exported and how the triangle trade system worked. We read about the slave

 

trade from Africa to the Americas and the dreaded Middle Passage, or voyage across the Atlantic on

 

slave ships.

 

 

History/Primary Sources: Students see copies of posters for slave auctions and runaway slaves. We

 

read the posters and think about how we can learn about slavery through people, places, objects and

 

events from the past.

 

 

Geography: We read about Fort Mose, the first settlement of free Africans in America. It was a fort

 

two miles north of St. Augustine. Today Fort Mose is a National Historic Landmark.

 

 

Slavery and the Law: Students learn about the progression of proclamations and laws against slavery

 

in our country, including the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 and Amendment XIII of 1865.

 

 

This Week’s Question: We learn about Juneteenth, the celebration that originated with slaves in Texas

 

on June 19, 1865, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation. Students are asked to

 

wonder why it took so long for the Texas slaves to find out they were free.

 

 

Biography: We are introduced to Benjamin Banneker, the son of slaves in Maryland Colony.

 

Banneker was an inventor, mathematician, writer, poet, surveyor and astronomer. We are asked to

 

discuss how the son of slaves became a true Renaissance man.

 

 

 
Summary 
We were introduced to slavery in the New World. Triangle trade was thoroughly examined. Students
learned what each continent exported and how the triangle trade system worked. We read about the
slave trade from Africa to the Americas and the dreaded Middle Passage. Students viewed copies of
posters for slave auctions and runaway slaves. We thought about how we learn about the past through
its people, places, objects and events. We read about Fort Mose, the first African free settlement in
America. Students learned about the progression of proclamations and laws against slavery in our
country, including the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 and Amendment XIII of 1865. We learned
about Juneteenth, a celebration that originated when slaves in Texas learned of their freedom on June
19, 1865, which was two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation. We were introduced to
Benjamin Banneker, the son of slaves who became an inventor, mathematician, writer, poet, surveyor
and astronomer. 

THE EAGLE CAM IS BACK:

 

http://www.conservewildlifenj.org/education/eaglecam/

 

 

Please note, there are some REMEDIATION ACTIVITIES FOR 6.7 AND 6.8

PLACED ON THINK CENTRAL FOR YOU!

SOME OF YOU NEED MORE PRACTICE HERE!

PLEASE COMPLETE BY THURSDAY!

YOU CAN COMPLETE AT HOME AND/OR AT SCHOOL

WHEN ASSIGNED TO THE COMPUTER.  PRACTICE CHPT. 6--ASSESSMENT NEXT WEEK!

 

Rooster - Chinese Zodiac Signs

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR! IT IS THE YEAR OF THE ROOSTER!

 

 

SCIENCE TEST ON 3 B IS FRIDAY!

PLEASE STUDY YOUR GUIDE,

REREAD THE CHAPTER,

AND STUDY YOUR VOCABULARY!

 PUT FORTH THE EFFORT!

 

TUESDAY, 1/31 IS FAMILY NIGHT OPEN HOUSE!

PLEASE COME!

THERE WILL BE NO HOMEWORK

THAT NIGHT FOR 5W, TOO. SEE YOU THERE!

 

 

PLEASE BRING IN YOUR BIG CEREAL BOXES

FOR THIS SERVICE PROJECT!

PLEASE HELP OUT WITH THIS WORTHY CAUSE!

 

 

 

You are invited to help us help the children and families of Haiti.  Children helping Children, It’s a good thing!

 

THE HAITI PROJECT.

 

Who is participating?  Anyone who eats cereal!

 

What do we need to do?  Collect empty cereal boxes.

 

When?  Through February 28 and maybe even longer!

 

Where Do I Bring My Boxes?  Drop off in the blue basket outside Mrs.     

 

                                                  McDonald's classroom (Room 413).

 

Why? To support the children and families of Haiti.

 

Additional Information:

 

The average annual salary in Haiti is $400 a year. It is home to almost 500,000 orphans. The Haitian women make beaded jewelry out of cereal boxes.  One box employs 11 women and can raise up to $40 for the women to share.   The money they make is used for food, medical supplies and family necessities.  Measured box - has to be between 10"-13" in height.  Open flaps at both ends and trim and discard.



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Rutger's programs--free family nights and Saturday programs:

Let's try to attend this one....

 

Project PORTS: Promoting Oyster Restoration Through Schools March 9th, 2017 7:00 PM-8:00 PM Project PORTS is a community-based restoration program that gives K-12 students an opportunity to experience environmental stewardship first hand as they help restore critical oyster habitat. Developed and coordinated by the Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory, Rutgers University. Come see how oysters are shaping students into becoming informed environmental stewards. Presentation by Lisa Calvo

 

 

 

BOOK FAIR FOR 5W IS ON MONDAY, 1/30!

 

FAMILY NIGHT BOOK FAIR IS ON 1/31

 

OPEN HOUSE IS 1/31

 

FORMAT:

 

 

Name:  

Grade 5

Age:  

Frog Pond Elementary School

305 Frog Pond Road

Little Egg Harbor, NJ 08087

Mrs. Susan Worosz

609-296-1719 Ext. 2648

 

 

 

update on an endangered species of NJ:

 

http://www.conservewildlifenj.org/blog/2016/12/28/tiger-salamander-season/

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 3 STUDIES WEEKLY --test next week!  

Read magazine daily and work on line with activities assigned.

SOCIAL STUDIES VOCABULARY TO STUDY:

 

Words to Know

 

Quaker - a member of the religious Society of Friends
Puritans - a member of a strict religious group dedicated to the purification of the ideals of the Church of England
lumber - wood and wood products
debtor - one who owes money
cash crop - crop grown, harvested and sold for profit
plantation - a large farm
revoke - to take back
treason - to act against the government
auction - a public sale where merchandise is sold to the highest bidder
deport - to send away
fertile - rich; good for growing crops
thou - Quaker term for “you”

 

Theme Words

 

colonization
religious freedom
New England Colonies
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies

 

 

 

 

Summary of Current Lessons

 

  • Following the successes and failures of the first three colonies at Roanoke, Jamestown and Plymouth, people from Europe continued coming to the New World for the chance at a better life. Some people hoped to find wealth. Others wanted the chance at religious freedom.
  • There were three colonial regions: The New England Colonies, The Middle Colonies and the Southern Colonies. Each had similarities and differences to the others.
  • The New England colonies were primarily settled by Puritans hoping to find religious freedom. There was more democracy in this region than any other.
  • The Middle Colonies had a strong economy and a diverse population. Many people moved here for the chance to gain wealth.
  • The Southern Colonies had an economy dependent upon the plantation system. Georgia was founded to provide a relief for debtors.
  • Some people such as Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson were persecuted for their religious beliefs. These two were banished from Massachusetts and fled to Rhode Island, which became a haven for religious dissenters.
  • Slavery began in the colonies when European traders began trading guns for slaves with the hope of making a great deal of money selling the West Africans to plantation owners.

 

 

 

 

 

 School is closed today, 1/16/17.  

Keep the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. alive!

Be nice and be kind! Be a good example!  

Do good wherever you go!

Speak with kind words!  

Do good toward all!

Be positive!  

Take action, work hard, and do your best!

 

 

 

KEEP THE DREAM ALIVE!   

 

 

 

 

PLEASE TAKE TIME AND CHECK OUT THIS FREE SERVICE:

 

CONTACT YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FREE ON-LINE HOMEWORK HELP AND TUTORING AVAILABLE. THERE ARE A LOT OF FREE RESOURCES AVAILABLE FROM OUR PUBLIC LIBRARY!  

 

Miss Donna from the LEH Library came  to visit with our students in grades 3-6 to illustrate the new website available to all students and their families.
The website is called Brainfuse and it can be accessed using the web address below:
http://main.oceanh.nj.brainfuse.com

 

 

 

HEY--YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THESE PROGRAMS, BUT YOU HAVE TO SIGN UP AHEAD OF TIME:

 

https://jcnerr.org/education/publicprograms/ecologicalevening.html

 

THE FIRST PROGRAM WILL BE ON Tuesday, 1/24 ON THE LEATHERBACK TURTLE!

The Leatherback Sea Turtle
January 24th, 2017
7:00PM - 8:00PM

The oldest of all sea turtle species, and one of the largest reptiles on Earth, can ne seen swimming off the New Jersey Coastline! The leatherback sea turtle is certainly one of a kind, traveling thou-sands of miles each year, and possessing unique adaptations to help it survive. We will discuss the biology, ecology, threats, and conservation efforts of this ancient gentle giant. 
Presentation by Kaitlin Gannon--a new scientist on board at Rutgers!

 

Come on out and see what these programs are about!  Hope to see you there!

 

VIEW ALL PUBLIC PROGRAMS:

https://jcnerr.org/education/publicprograms/index.html

 

 

HEY, HERE ARE SOME SATURDAY PROGRAMS:  YOU NEED TO SIGN UP AND REGISTER!

https://jcnerr.org/education/publicprograms/family_fun.html

topics:  REPTILES ROCK   2/18  

              SNOW DAY--MIGRATION ANIMALS    1/28

 

FOR A LIST OF ALL THE PROGRAMS:

https://jcnerr.org/Winter%202017%20Pub%20Prog.pdf

 

 

 

 

hey...try these fun games.....

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/reduce_fractions_shoot.htm

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/worldgames/puzzles/jigsaw_menu.htm

 

 

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/geometry/shapeshoot/VolumeShapesShoot.htm

 

http://www.teacherled.com/iresources/fractionsapps/decimalcompare/decimalcompare.html

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/decimals/BalloonPopDecimals1.htm

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math.htm

 

http://gregtangmath.com/kakooma

 

http://gregtangmath.com/numtanga

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/decimals/scooterQuestDecimal.htm

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/decimals/scooterQuestDecRound.htm

 

 

 

http://gregtangmath.com/tenframemania

 

 

http://gregtangmath.com/mathlimbo

 

 

http://gregtangmath.com/satisfraction

 

http://gregtangmath.com/breakapart

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/World_G4_name_input.html

 

 

 

http://gregtangmath.com/missing 

 

This may help with work on commas....

 

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/grammar/punctuation.htm

 

 

LOOKING AHEAD.....

1/16/17~~MONDAY SCHOOL IS CLOSED--

REMEMBER THE DREAM OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

  "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'"
           - 
Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

2/3/17 ~~FRIDAY SCHOOL IS CLOSED FOR STUDENTS--

TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS

 

2/17--2/20 ~~SCHOOL CLOSED --

PRESIDENT'S WEEKEND

 

CONFERENCE DATES:  3/22 (WED.), 3/30 (THURS.) AND 4/5 (WED)--INFORMATION COMING AT A LATER DATE!

 

SPRING BREAK:  APRIL 8--17TH SCHOOL RESUMES ON 4/18 TUESDAY!

 

 

STUDY FOR THE SPELLING BEE--#3 ON MONDAY!

CONGRATS TO SHAREEF AND FAITH OUR 5W SPELLING BEE REPRESENTATIVES SO FAR! WE NEED ONE MORE! YOU ARE REALLY STUDYING WELL!  GRADE 5 AND 6 WORDS ON MONDAY!  

 

1/5--1/6  100% turn around! 5W you are the CREW!  PROUD OF YOUR HARD WORK AND EFFORT ALL WEEK!

 

 

HEY--TRY SOME GO-NOODLE.....STAY SAFE THIS WEEKEND!

 

https://app.gonoodle.com/channels/the-kidz-bop-kids/best-day-of-my-life?source=channel

 

https://app.gonoodle.com/channels/the-kidz-bop-kids/call-me-maybe?source=channel

 

https://app.gonoodle.com/channels/awesome-sauce/awesome-upstander?source=channel

 

https://app.gonoodle.com/channels/zumba-kids/cha-cha-swing-1?source=channel

 

 

 

 

1/4/17~~ 12 MINUTES OFF TASK  TODAY! YES, MUCH BETTER!  WE GOT A LOT OF OUR WORK DONE TODAY! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK AND COOPERATION!  FOCUS. DO YOUR PERSONAL BEST.  WE ARE BACK ON TRACK!  LET'S DECREASE THIS NUMBER TOMORROW! PROUD OF YOUR EFFORTS!

 

 

LESSON 10 COUGARS VOCABULARY

 

Available—ready to be used or taken

Particular—specific, or special

Keen-sharp and alert

Detecting—finding, discovering, searching

Mature—grow and develop over time

Vary—to change something

Resemble—look similar

Unobserved—hidden/ not noticed

Ferocious—aggressive, mean, scary

Contentment—happiness/ peacefulness, serenity

 

https://quizlet.com/47242154/journeys-az-5th-lesson-10-cougars-flash-cards/

 

https://quizlet.com/45397815/cougars-journeys-lesson-10-flash-cards/

 

https://quizlet.com/16216823/cougars-flash-cards/

 

https://quizlet.com/118857575/test

 

 

 

 

WHAT ARE YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS?  

 

LET'S THINK ABOUT SETTING SOME NEW GOALS FOR THE REMAINDER OF OUR SCHOOL YEAR!

 

REFLECT UPON THE BOOK, WONDER!

 

“MR. BROWNE'S SEPTEMBER PRECEPT:

WHEN GIVEN THE CHOICE BETWEEN BEING
RIGHT OR BEING KIND, CHOOSE KIND.” 
― R.J. PalacioWonder

 

 

“If every person in this room made it a rule that wherever you are, whenever you can, you will try to act a little kinder than is necessary - the world really would be a better place. And if you do this, if you act just a little kinder than is necessary, someone else, somewhere, someday, may recognize in you, in every single one of you, the face of God.” 
― R.J. PalacioWonder

 

BEST WISHES TO ALL OF YOU 5W FOR A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!  ENJOY YOUR TIME OFF TOGETHER.  BE SAFE AND HAVE FUN!   

 

Remember to study for the spelling bee! 

 

SOME HOLIDAY FUN....TRY OUT THE CODING AND READ ABOUT THE TRADITIONS