Turkey Basket Items are due 11/16!
Movie Night 11/11
Report Card Distribution: 11/16
Minithon PJ day: 11/18 (bring $1)
Parent Teacher Conferences: 11/21
Sub Sale Fundraiser forms due: 12/12
Social Studies: December 21
ELA: January 10
Science: January 11
Math: January 12
Congratulations to our Students of the Month:
September: Shea Miller-Smith and Bella Grandrimo
October: Billal Gomaa and Elexa Stauffer
Marking Period Highlights:
In ELA with Ms. McMullen and Mrs. Romanos, the students have been
learning about a variety of literary techniques used by great authors.
To demonstrate their understanding of symbolism, the students created
fabulous family crests to represent their beliefs, hobbies, personality,
and background. Then, to incorporate writing skills, the students wrote
a short paper connecting the symbolism on their crests to their intended
In Social Studies we learned about how the Declaration of Independence was sought freedom for our nation, but at the same time denied rights to the majority of the population.
In science we learned about the water cycle, water pollution, and the importance of water to life on Earth.
Math – Ms. Jen Hennigan
English/Language Arts – Mrs. Kresson Romanos and Ms. Kristin McMullen
Science – Mr. Alexander Swavely*
Social Studies – Mr. Brian Booker