March 2, 2021: Dr. Suess Day
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
We will be celebrating Dr. Seuss day by allowing everyone in grades 1-12 to dress as their favorite Dr. Seuss character. Please remember that your outfit has to be school appropriate- no tights, short skirts etc. If a student’s costume is not appropriate, he or she will call home and their school uniform must be brought to that student. Elementary students must wear school uniform shoes due to recess.
Let’s have a fun day celebrating Dr. Seuss Day
March 10, 2021: AR Due
March 12, 2021: Students Off
April 1, 2021: Easter Parties
April 2-11: Spring Break
March 17, 2021: Honor Roll Chapel
Test/ Quiz Schedule-
Weekly Memory Verse: The verse listed should be memorized each week in the format listed on the website. The student should also have the verse written multiple times in the Bible notebook. If there is ever a discrepancy between what is written in the notebook and the website, use the website.
“Teach me to do Your will,
for You are my God.
May Your gracious Spirit
lead me on level ground.”
Wednesday: Language Quiz ( Adverb vs. Adjective Questions- You will find the study material in the upload section or in the student’s notebook. They will have to memorize the chart.) and SS Test Ch. 10 (The study can be found in the upload section of this site.)
Thursday: Spelling Test 25 and Math Quiz (Pg. 214-225)
Friday: Literature Test- “Toto”- (Comprehension and Vocabulary) and Bible Test 25
Homework Schedule : All homework is usually assigned on Monday and due back on Friday unless otherwise noted. All homework should be in the student’s handwriting and all work must be shown. Student’s work should be their own and students should not share answers with one another.
Monday: Read AR for 30 minutes, math WS, study for any upcoming test or quizzes
Tuesday: Read AR for 30 minutes, Math WS, study for any upcoming test or quizzes
Wednesday: Read AR for 30 minutes, study for any upcoming test or quizzes
Thursday: Read AR for 30 minutes, study for any upcoming test or quizzes
Friday: Read AR for 30 minutes, study for any upcoming test or quizzes