I am so happy to be rejoining you in 2021 for the remainder of our school year! As much as I have loved staying home on maternity leave, I am also so excited to be returning to my class and seeing you all again! With this new year, I can’t wait to see your continued growth and achievement academically and emotionally. Just a few reminders, both for you and for myself!
The end of the second quarter is on January 22nd. Make sure you are working hard to keep your grades up or to raise them slightly in the next few weeks if you don’t like your grade.
Catholic schools week is at the end of this month. While this year is sure to look different, I KNOW we are going to have a great time still and do some awesome things.
We will do MAP testing the week of the 11th. Make sure that you take this next week to get well rested and back into the swing of school! This testing is really for me only, so I can know better how to help you grow and achieve your highest potential!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
If you do not remember if your child’s pod, please email me and I will let you know.
Xtramath: This is an app you can download for free on your tablet, or click the link below then click sign in, clicking on “Student”, typing my email (email@example.com), typing their name, and their 4 digit pin. If you need your child’s 4 digit pin, please email me and I will send it to you. This app is GREAT for practice with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts.
You can access books on Epic to read by going to getepic.com, selecting me as their teacher, and entering our class code. If you need this code again, please let me know.
A LOT of students have been telling me about Prodigy, and after playing for a few minutes, it seems really cool! I don’t have a teacher account set up (yet), but if/when I do I will let you know! You can still sign up without me having an account to play at home. This is a GREAT math game.
Below you will find some photos or information that we are using in class this week. I am hopeful that this will be beneficial for both my in-class and distance learners.