C-3 News 10-18-19

Posted by Carley Kennedy on 10/18/2019

Dear Families,

 
Happy Friday and Happy Gator Gallop day!  There was quite a buzz of excitement all around Green today.  C-3 was definitely all done up in the green and gold.  I love to see the enthusiasm these kids have for everything we do! Please see the link below to add any of your Gator Gallop pictures you took today to our yearbook rep. 
 
 
Our curriculum focus next week:
Spelling: (r-controlled vowels er, ir, and ur) birds, caterpillar, dangerous, furry, butterfly, curl, deter, survive
 
Vocabulary: amphibians, mammals, reptiles, undercoat, moist, shed
 
Grammar: Writing dialogue correctly with the proper punctuation; adjectives and adverbs
 
Reading: annotating nonfiction text and analyzing nonfiction text features
 
Science: Plant and animal adaptations
 
Math: Multiplication Facts; Topic 5 test on Wednesday
 
*Our Green School Halloween parade will be at 9:00 A.M. on Thursday, October 31st.  Our C-3 party will be from 10:15-11:45.
 
*Both Thursday, 10/31 and Friday, 11/1 are minimum days (8:25-12:42)
 
*Please send in your Scholastic Book Orders by Tuesday.
 
*Conferences begin on Tuesday, November 12th.  I have our schedule hanging in the classroom window.
 
Below, you will find the info from Principal Groetke regarding acceptable Halloween costumes for our school festivities:
 

Halloween is right around the corner and we want our families to know what is acceptable for costumes to make this a positive and fun environment for all. We ask for your support in helping students to comply with these rules.

  • Costumes must comply with the school dress codes, be age-appropriate (no R-rated themes) and be respectful to others

  • No blood or gore

  • Students must-wear closed-toe shoes

  • No full-face masks

  • To maintain our Zero Tolerance Policy regarding the presence of weapons on school campuses, students' costumes may not include pretend weapons and/or explosives. Toy guns, swords, knives, or martial arts weapons, etc., are not allowed and will be confiscated if brought to school

  • We are also asking for your cooperation in NOT allowing your children to dress up as clowns due to the possible disruption and fear it may cause. If anyone shows up with a clown related costume, they will be asked to change

  • Please help your student select costumes that support our efforts to provide a positive and fun environment

     

     

*If you know any companies who are looking to support a school/project, please share our link below. This is our Amazon wish list for our class’s Friendship Corner which is one of our kindness projects this year. Thank you!! 
 
*Below is the schedule for Red Ribbon Week next week:
 
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