Welcome Back! I hope you all had a wonderful break! We have a very busy few weeks coming up! In addition to preparing for the holidays, we will be hosting our second Family Engagment Day and wrapping up the second quarter. Here's what you need to know:
- Tuesday 12-3 is Family Shopping Time at the Book Fair! You can shop with your child starting at 4:15, then attend the Strings Concert from 6:00-6:30 and Glee Club/Chorus Winter Concert from 6:30-7:00. It will be a fun night! Be sure to visit Mrs. Besel and myself in the Book Fair!
- Saturday 12-7 from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm, our PTA is hosting the VENDOR FAIR! This will be an amazing event, with all kinds of vendors selling different products, and Pottery Camp hosting an ornament painting area for kids! The Book Fair will also be open during these hours. This is an excellent chance to support our PTA/school while also knocking out some holiday shopping! I will be here early to help set up and hope to see you when the doors open at 11!
- Wednesday 12-18 is our second Family Engagement Day, with fourth grade families invited to an Author's Tea from 12:30-1:30! You will have a chance to read several selections your child has written, and then compose something special with them together. It's going to be a wonderful event and we hope to see you there!
- Friday 12-20 is the end of the 2nd quarter and EARLY DISMISSAL
Our "class shopping time" for the Book Fair is this Thursday 12-5 from 2;45-3:05. Feel free to send money in an envelope or baggie with your child's name and labeled BOOK FAIR (so we don't think it's for cafeteria). I ENCOURAGE YOU TO WRITE A BRIEF NOTE WITH WHAT YOU ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO GET. For example, they should get 3 books before spending any money on the "extras" such as bookmarks, cool pens, posters, etc. I always encourage books first, but it would help tremendously if your note laid out exactly what they can spend their money on.
Speaking of books, remember you can go to www.scholastic.com and order books on the sly for your child for the holidays. Use our class code MFRND and shoot me a quick email or send a note saying it's a secret so i don't accidentally send them home with your child. I'll let you know when they arrive and we can make a plan for pick up. I'm happy to make recommendations if needed!
We need your help in order to make one of our writing assignments more fun! We will be comparing and contrasting apple or pumpkin pie to frosted sugar cookies. I am going to send out a google doc with sign up available for items needed for this day. Please sign up if you can, and plan to send to school with your child on Tuesday 12/10! Thanks for your help. More information about other lessons and fun activities will be coming soon--we didn't want to overwhelm you on a Monday!
Be sure to check out the "Curriculum Updates" section of this webpage for more info about our learning and goals this week. Make it a great week!
We have a busy week ahead! Progress Report go home on Tuesday. Please take out and look over the grades with your child, then sign and return the envelope. Also going home in the envelope are your child's results for the first NC Check In. Remember that students haven't been exposed to all the concepts that were tested yet, but for reading, they have done several. I woulld love to see students answering 60% or more correctly right now, then increase by 10% each quarter so that by the end of the year they are getting 90% or more of the questions correct. This is a state test, but it isn't a"high stakes" test like the EOG. We teachers use these results to help us know which standards the children are doing well on and which need more practice. We pull up the actual NC Check In passages and go through questions together so that they will better understand. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to let me know.
We hope many of you will be able to join us this Thursday between 12:30-1:30 for our first Family Engagement Day! See the yellow flyer going home today, and please RSVP if you are able. This will help ensure we are prepared and ready for all our visitors! We look forward to seeing you there!
I have seen a huge improvment with reading homework completion since implementing extra homework for those not done. Thanks to all parents for helping their child remember the expectations and helping them plan ahead to ensure homework is completed. Great job!
Several fun PTA and school sponsored events are coming up in the next few weeks, so be sure to check out the calendar on the lower right side of this page. Also check out the "Curriculum Updates" section of my webpage for more information on what we will be covering this week and the two days of next week.
Finally, remeber that we will be on Thanksgiving Break starting Wednesday, November 27th. We will return to school the following Monday. Wishing you all a wonderful break full of relaxation, family, fun and good food!
There is no school on Monday due to Veteran's Day. Thank you to all our amazing veterans out there who have bravely served in order to keep our country and it's citizens safe. We owe you a debt we can never fully pay. We appreciate your sacrifices. Students will be learning more about Veteran's Day on Tuesday, and also plan on making holiday cards to send to our deployed troops! More information coming soon....
I'm so sorry about the confusion wtih dates for our Family Engagement Time. As stated in the email sent last week, the official correct date for 4th grade is Thursday, November 21st from 12:30-1:30. We hope you can come and explore math concepts with us!
Also explained in an email sent a few minutes ago, students struggled with the SS test today. I will allow them to review further over the weekend and will give all students 10-15 minutes on Tuesday to finish or correct anything they'd like from today's test. I hope this helps!
Be sure to check out "Curriculum Updates" for information on what we'll be learning next week! Have a wonderful LONG weekend!
Thanks to all for helping make our field trip a success! Thank you to all chaperones who helped supervise our students and make the trip fun. Your children represented Powhatan very well! We will continue to discuss what we saw and learned this coming week.
We have finished or almost finished (Block 2 has one chapter left) our second read aloud, A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. Students LOVED reading this book together, a true story about a boy named Salva who had to flee his home in Sudan due to war. I won't say more because I don't want to give anything away. Their reactions to the last page of the book were priceless! I videotaped it for the audio and will try to email it to parents this week. I highly recommend the book and know your children would LOVE to share this reading with you. (Seriously, ask them if they would recommend it to you and if they do, then buy and read it! Students whose parents did this last year were beyond excited that their parents took their recomendations seriously!) If you decide to read it, then I'd recommend holding off on watching the videos until you're done. Otherwise, if your child is interested in knowing more about Salva Dut, feel free to preview then watch this with them:
As mentioned last week, some students are having difficulty completing our very simple reading homework. This has been a trend the last several weeks. Nineteen out of 56 did not complete their minutes or forgot to have them signed last week. In an effort to help these students remember (while not punishing those who are doing work as assigned), I am instituting a new homework policy. If your child doesn't have their minutes completed/signed one week, they will be asked to:
*Complete a passage with 10 questions as additional homework
*Make up the missing minutes
*Complete the regularly assigned minutes the following week. Some students may be asked to complete a more detailed log as well so we can figure out why work is not being completed.
This is only for students not doing the original assignment of reading and getting parents to sign off. I do know life happens sometimes, and so have told kids I allow them one "oops" per year, meaning they won't get penalized the first time. Several students have already used this up. Please LMK if you have questions or concerns about this policy or homework in general. Please understand I am so diligent about this because, as I've mentioned multiple times, RESEARCH SHOWS THE #1 WAY TO IMPROVE STUDENTS' READING ABILITY IS TO HAVE THEM READ!! Thanks so much for your assistance in helping students understand the importance of completing homework and instilling these responsible behaviors now!
We are excitedly planning for our first Family Engagement Day on Thursday 11/21 from 12:30-1:30. We invite parents and grandparents in to school to experience some MATH FUN and LEARNING with us! An invitation was sent home in the report card envelope, and was listed on the school newsletter sent home the same way. We will have another Family Engagement Day for 3rd-5th grade on December 18th, with a focus on reading skills. Look for an invite with an RSVP attached coming home soon!
Finally, we have a busy few months coming up! Our amazing staff and awesome PTA are working on several fun events--Strings & Glee Club Concert, Book Fair, Clayton Christmas Tree Lighting performance, and Vendor Fair to name a few. Be sure to check out the school calendar at the bottom right of this webpage for more information on upcoming events!
As we enter this season of gratitude, I want to thank you for allowing me to be a part of your children's lives. Mrs. Besel and I have said on multiple occasions that this group of children is one of the kindest we have ever had. They care about each other and try their best. They also work hard and care about their grades and performance! We are blessed to be able to work with them each day, and thank you for all you do to help them come to school prepared to learn and ready to a thoughtful citizen in our classroom. We are lucky!
Be sure to check out the "Curriculum Updates" section of this webpage for more information on what we'll be learning. Have a great week!
We are proud of all students for taking their time and working out problems on the NC Check In! Great job everyone!
We have been enjoying the challenge of reading scientific non-fiction text this week. As part of our reading about sight, students will have the opportunity to create a pinhole camera using a Pringles container. I like Pringles, but not enough to eat 60 containers! Please try to send in an empty Pringles container with your child by Tuesday so they can have fun following directions to create one. if you have more than one container, feel free to send in for anyone who doesn´t have one (or who does not follow directions when making the first one). Thanks in advance for your help!
We have a busy week ahead! Report cards will go home on Tuesday. You can keep the contents, then sign and return the envelope. Please remember this is the first quarter, and many of the expectations for fourth grade are harder than in the past. It is normal for students to receive Bs on their report card at this time as many of our skills have just been introduced. As the year progresses, these Bs should change into Ps and eventually Ms as your child becomes more confident and experienced. If you´d ike to keep up with grades online, there is an informational sheet going home on Tuesday that shows how you can log in to PowerSchool at home to check grades. Please LMK if you have questions about your child´s report card or about how to use PowerSchool.
Our field trip to downtown Raleigh is on Wednesday. Information and reminders went home last week, but can also be found here: Field Trip Reminders Parent chaperones should plan to meet in our classroom at 8:40 to receive information and maps. This is also a great time to coordinate carpooling. Also remember to follow guidelines for lunches and dress. Praying for great weather that day!
We are excited to invite all parents to our Family Engagement Event on November 21st from 12:30-1:30. Parents will become students again, experiencing Reading and Writing activities with your child. Itś the perfect opportunity to learn more about how your child spends part of their day at school. Look for more information coming home soon!
Be sure to check out the¨Curriculum Updates"section for what we will be covering this week! Have a wonderful weekend!
We are already one fourth of the way through fourth grade! We have an exciting week ahead as we start a new module in our reading book and prepare for our field trip by learning about NC government. Be sure to check out "Curriculum Updates" for information on what we'll be learning this week.
Some students have started to slack off with reading homework. I purposely don't assign much except for reading because research shows no other activity will help improve your child's reading skills as much as authentic reading. However, if a child is consistently not doing this homework, I will need to try to find something else for them to hand in daily (ie: worksheet) until they demonstrate understanding of the importance of this reading homework. Please ask your child nightly for their Communication Log, ensure they've done the reading and recorded it, then sign off.
I am in need of inexpensive ear buds or headphones for students who have lost or broken theirs. I allow them to "purchase" these school supplies using their tickets. We are also running low on regular black Sharpie markers. Thank you for any donations you can provide!
I learned in a training on Friday that we can give Ms on reading standards if the student is meeting all components of the standard while using a text from our reading program. In the past, we've been told that to earn an M, the lexile/text difficulty must be at an end of 4th grade level. We are now being told that as long as they are doing everything they need to be doing within that standard, we can assume that the text difficulty from the reading series is appropriate and can give Ms. Not all assignments wil be "M worthy" and I will continue to cross the M off it is isn't possible. I hope I haven't confused you! Feel free to revisit the SBTL Standards-Based Teaching and Learning section of this webpage for more information about grading, and the 4th Grade English Language Arts section for a link to what constitutes an N, B, P or M for each priority standard.
Our field trip to downtown Raleigh on Wednesday, October 30th is quickly approaching! A "Field Trip Reminders" sheet will be going home this week. Please read over it carefully as it details security procedures for students and chaperones while at the Legislative Building. Parents who signed up to chaperone, please plan on meeting us at the school at 8:40 that morning to receive notes and a map with parking information This would also be an excellent opportunity to partner up and carpool. Please remember all students must ride the bus to the trip but can be checked out and transported home by parents if they wish. If you signed up to chaperone but your plans have changed, please let us know ASAP.
Wishing you all a wonderful week! Emjoy this cooler weather!
Congratulations and many thanks to our PTA and all families who helped make the Kindness Walk a huge success! Students had a blast and we raised a great deal of money for our school as well! If you haven't had a chance to donate yet but still want to, feel free to send it in this coming week. We have kept your child's tie-dye t-shirt and will wash them and redistribute for our upcoming field trip. Thanks to all enhancement teachers and our PTA for these awesome shirts!
I wanted to let you know that the end of the quarter is Friday the 18th. We will be diligently working hard this next week (as always) to ensure we have as much covered as possible. Please be aware that there are a few reasons why it may take a bit of time to get your child's graded papers returned to you. First, I give back papers that are missing capitals, punctuation, contain incomplete sentences or answers that don't answer the question with sufficient evidence. If I allow students to "get by" handing in this type of work now, it will never change. So I stamp it "Please correct" and have them redo and resubmit to me. Sometimes this takes a few back and forths before they get it done right. I am not allowing them to correct the content of what they say, just allowing them to completely answer the question or make it look right by correcting punctuation and capitalization. The second reason is that once I have graded the paper, I ask students who earned below a "P" on any standard to "Reflect and Correct" on problems missed. Then I check to make sure they understand what they did wrong and wrote their explanation/correction with sufficient detail so I'm convinced they know it for next time. I always make myself available to answer questions and assist students who need help during this time. The goal is for each child to learn from their mistakes. They may HATE me by the time it's all said and done, but at least they'll know how to do well on reading assessments! :) So if it takes a few days to get all work to you, please understand, and be sure to look over the pink "Reflection" papers with your child to ensure they know what the answers shoud have been!
Remember Friday the 18th is not only the last day of the quarter, but it's also Early Release, with dismissal beginning at 1:30. The following week, students will take the NC Check Ins for Reading on Tuesday the 22nd, and Math on Thursday the 24th. These are tests developed by the state and mimic EOGs in verbage so they're good practice. We teachers use the data collected from these tests to see what the class is doing well on or where they need additional practice/instruction. We actually pull up the NC Check In test in class and go through the most commonly missed problems together. This is nothing to stress about; I just wanted you to know so that you could ensure your child is at school on time on those days if possible!
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! Get outside and enjoy this fall weather. Better yet, have a reading picnic in your yard! :) Be sure to check out 'What We're Doing/Curriculum Updates" for details on what we'll be covering next week.
Exciting things are happening at Powhatan this week! Our incredible PTA is hard at work preparing everything for Friday's Kindness Walk. You've received information via email and a flyer that was sent home on Friday. Please go to www.getmovinfundhub.com and register your child for the walk. The school code is 5d712fb06ad8a. Once you register for the walk, please help your child reach out to family and friends to see who would like to support our school. Everything is done for you, so all you'd need to do is follow directions on the website. Monies can be donated directly via the website or via a check made out to Powhatan PTA, and are due by Thursday. This is the only fundraiser we do at the school and money raissed will be used for additional playground equipment and upgraded technology. We GREATLY appreciate your assistance and support! We hope you can come cheer your child on as they walk on Friday from 10:20-11:10! Feel free to stay for our lunch that day from 11:35-12:05. Thank you for your assistance!
I am THOROUGLY enjoying your sweet children! I am extremely impressed with their kindness and attitudes as they look out for each other and work hard in class each day. This is a responsile and sweet group of children and it's just such a joy to come into school each day. Getting hugs for no reason, excitement about what they're reading, diligent and persistent attitudes, sense of humor.....they have it all! What an awesome year we are having! Thank you parents for all you do to support their learning each day!
Please send in your child's field trip permission slips and first installment of $28 by Tuesday if possible! We will be reaching out to parents who have indicated they would like to chaperone the trip to downtown Raleigh on October 30th with more details soon. Please make sure you have applied to become a level 2 volunteer for this school year. Simply go to www.jcsvolunteers.com to register. Please do this NOW so there is enough time to run all background checks and have it completed in time for the field trip. Let me know if you have any questions.
Finally, please note that October 21, which was originally a teacher workday, is now a student day. This has been changed to make up for one of the hurricane days from earlier this year.
Be sure to check out the school calendar and "What We're Doing" for Weekly Curriculum Updates. Hope you all have a wonderful week!
You should have received your child's progress report on Friday. You will note that the Beginning of Year MAP scores for Math and Reading were included. Please be sure to read the information at the top of the pages carefully as they explain the difference between Achievement and Growth. In short, Achievement is how well they're doing on specific skills compared to other students nationally; Growth shows your child's own personal growth over the past year. Ideally, we are looking for average or above achievement and high growth. No matter where your child is performing academically, our goal is to see that they are growing and improving over time. Let us know if you have questions about these results. Students will take MAP again mid-year (Jan) and end of year (MaY).
Picture Day is Monday! All students pictures will be taken as these are used for the yearbook, but if you would like your child's picture, it must be purchased in advance. To order online, go to mylifetouch.com and use our ID: BW819048Q0. Class pictures are NOT taken until later in the year.
We have two field trips in the works! The first will be to downtown Raleigh to explore the Museum of History and Legislative Building and the second is to Camp Don Lee. More details coming as soon as we get approval/buses secured from administration.
Finally, going home in this week's Tuesday Folder is information about PTA's Kindness Walk on October 11th. This is our biggest fundraiser for our school for the year! Our PTA is amazing and your generosity helps provide our students with playground and community areas as well as technology. Please be on the lookout for the flyer and do what you can to help!
We are looking forward to a busy but fun week! Parents, please note that student will have additional Reading/ELA homework this week that involves reading with an adult and talking through their strategies. Please be on the lookout for more information on Monday! Have a wonderful week!
Please join the PTA if you haven't yet! Go to: Join PTA Here
Check out the new pages I've added to my webpage: SBTL, 4th Grade ELA and Online Resources.
Be sure to check out the Curriculum Updates section of this website for details about our studies this week!
Students worked hard this week on their first graded assignment! We will be giving more grades now that we've taught procedures and introduced several concepts. Remember your child will receive N (Not Yet), B (Beginning), P (Progressing) or M (Mastery). It will be difficult for students to earn Ms on many of the reading standards at this time in the year as they need to meet criteria for the entire standard and at an end of year reading level.
I've added a few more pages on the left side of this website:
- The "SBTL--Standards Based Teaching and Learning" page gives more details about grading. Also see the next bullet...
- The "4th Grade English Language Arts" page details the most important (priority) standards for ELA this year, and also shows criteria for an N, B, P and M.
- The "Online Resources" page gives information on the sites we often use at school that student's may wish to access at home. Be sure to check this one out! I will add to it as we explore new sites or resources.
As a reminder, Friday the 27th is Early Release and also Progress Reports will be sent home that day. Progress Reports will include your child's 3rd grade EOG MATH scores (finally!) as well as their Beginning of Year MAP scores for Reading and Math.
Monday, September 30th is Fall Picture Day. Individual pictures only. Envelopes were sent last week and these must be paid for in advance!
Be sure to check out "What We're Doing" for information on lessons next week. Have a wonderful weekend!
We've had an awesome week! Students have jumped right into our curriculum and are old pros at Read to Self and making transitions. I'm blown away by the excitement of the kids as we read aloud together and as they choose books. It is clear someone along the way has instilled a love of reading into your children. I am eager to experience more books together! I would also like to commend this class for their kindness. I've noticed several times on the playground how they embrace our special friends who come to us from other classrooms. Students welcome and assist them, and cheer them on when they try something new. It's not just one or two students doing this, but several. This is surely the sweetest group of children that I've worked with! BRAVO parents!
Several quick things to note:
- Please join PTA. Onlyl $6 per person and the more the merrier! LMK if you need a form or go to: PTA Sign Up
- Consider keeping a few dollars on your child's lunch account, even if they normally bring lunch. It will save you trouble if they ever forget their lunch. Send cash, a check, or go to: Online cafeteria payment
- If you are planning to take a family trip and would like it excused, please fill out the correct form and submit it to me IN ADVANCE. I'll sign, then pass to Mr. Kerwin for approval. LMK if you need a form. Hopefully this will be added to our webpage soon. We do ask that you consider this carefully as we cover a great deal of information each week, which is often difficult to replicate with just one student. Also please don't expect teachers to put together a packet of work to be completed on your trip. We plan lessons carefully, and most involve direct instruction by us, along with peer collaboration and group discussions. We also alter plans daily based on how students are doing. In most cases, it is much better to have your child make up work after they come back so we can check progress before they get too far. Trying to reteach a student who has done several assignments incorrectly is challenging. (You've heard "Practice Makes Perfect?" More accurate would be "Practice Makes Permanent," so want to ensure it's being done correctly from the start.) Thanks for your understanding.
- MAP testing for Reading was last week, and Math will occur this Wednesday. Please try to ensure your child is on time to school and has working earbuds/headphones.
- Going home on Tuesday in this week's Communication Folder will be order forms for Scholastic Bookstore. Our class code is MFRND. Please order! They have amazing deals on books! FYI I also love to shop at Pauper's Used Books on Highway 70 in Clayton and online at www.thriftbooks.com. All great resources for cheap books. LMK if you ever want any recommendations!
- Students earned their first CLASS REWARD for getting their "P" in PRIDE. They decided to bring stuffed animals to school, which we will do on TUESDAY 9/17. Congratulations!
- We will be using GOOGLE CLASSROOM this year to share assignment and announcements with students. Feel free to check your child's account. As a parent, I personally would also be monitoring their school email but that's your call. Email address and Google password for their Drive, Classroom and Gmail can be found in their binders on the ultra professional and official form entitled "Important Stuff I Need to Remember!"
- Finally, I've entered all parents into my contacts and you should have received an email saying this webpage has been updated. If you didn't receive this email, please contact me at email@example.com and lmk your email address and student name. Also, a reminder that Mrs. Besel's email address is catherinebesel@ rather than cathybesel...
Be sure to check out the "Curriculum Updates" section of this webpage for what we'll be covering next week. Also please look at the lower right corner for the school's Calendar of Events. I hope to see everyone on September 18th at Culvers for our first Spirit Night! Have an awesome week!
Many thanks to students for a wonderful first week! We spent time getting to know each other, building classroom community by discussing school and classroom expectations, learning about our class library and practicing "Read to Self" several times, and getting our materials and supplies organized. Students have been enthusiastic and kind. I know we are going to have an amazing year of learning together!
I regret being out on Thursday and Friday. Unfortunately my mom passed away early Friday morning, so these absences were unavoidable. Thank you for your understanding over the next few weeks as I attempt to juggle getting to know your children while beginning a new reading program, while also assisting my family with services and the transition.
We want to ensure we have the correct email address for everyone. If you didn't get a chance to fill out our Family Survey online, please at least send me a quick email at firstname.lastname@example.org giving me your child's name so I will have the correct email address. In addition, if you haven't yet signed up for Remind, please do so! Thank you!
Going home Tuesday is a detailed explanation of Reading Homework/Expectations for the year. PLEASE take the time to read over it. Reading homework will begin this week, so minutes should be recorded by students and signed off on by parents DAILY during the school week. Thanks in advance for establishing this habit from Day 1.
Be sure to check out "What We're Doing--Curriculum Updates" for information on what we will be learning this week. In addition, the lower right side of my main webpage includes a school calendar of important upcoming dates so be sure to check it regularly. Have a wonderful week!
8.23.19 Thanks to all who were able to attend Meet the Teacher last night! It was wonderful to meet so many families. As promised, I have attached last night's presentation further down this page. Please LMK if you have questions. Also, if you didn't get a chance to fill out the "Family Contact Information" form electronically, please do so ASAP. This will give us correct email addresses and tell us how your child is going home from school the first day. Go to:
We look forward to an amazing school year!
Welcome Back! We are looking forward to a great year! Cathy Besel and I team teach so if you're a student in either of our classes, your child will have both of us. Mrs. Besel teaches Math & Science and I teach Reading, Writing & Social Studies. Please join us for Meet the Teacher on Thursday, Augusat 22nd. We have two sessions for families to visit classrooms for presentations. Session 1 is from 4:45-5:45. Session 2 is from 5:55-6:55. We will introduce ourselves, review expectations, and provide packets of information for families. Please be prepared to share transportation arrangements for the first day of school, emergency contact numbers for your child, name of individuals that may pick up your child at school, and notification of any medical needs. Bus information will be provided along with registration for Before and After School Care. Our PTA will also have a table to assist with volunteering and spirit wear. We look forward to meeting you then!
Here is our supply list:
One and a half inch binder
5-composition notebooks (100 pages each -NO SPIRALS)
1 small pack of colored pencils
4-pocket folders with 3 holes, NO PRONGS
40 regular pencils NOT MECHANICAL
2-pencil pouches with 3 holes to put in binder-
NO pencil boxes
5 brightly colored pens
1 pack wide-ruled loose leaf paper
1 package sheet protectors
2 packs of post-it notes
2 packs Index cards 3X5
1 package pencil top erasers, 2 bar erasers
4 thin, dry erase markers
Student sized scissors
1 pair earbuds or earphones-to be kept at school
Girls - Large box of bandaids
Boys - 2 boxes of tissues
Some supplies may be collected for community use
Items for personal use (markers, etc) should be kept at home due to lack of space
8:20-8:45 Arrival & Prepare for day
8:50-10:30 Block #1
11:50-12:20 Targeted Learning Time
12:25-2:15 Block # 2 & Working Snack
2:15-2:35 Read to Self & Pack up
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The application window all JCPS Innovative School Programs will open Dec. 1. The district offers programs for high school and middle school students...
The deadline to submit Nominations for the 26th Annual Flame for Learning Award has been extended until Dec. 8.