Mother Day and End of Year Dates

Happy weekend and Happy Mother’s Day!

As of yesterday, all Mother’s Day crafts come home…and one is breakable…make sure all backpacks were checked. Hope you enjoy reading the sweet notes, letters, coupons, and pictures your children took time to draw and write.

Here are the last important dates of the school year…10 days left!

14th: 4th quarter book report and project are due, please use the book report form that was sent home weeks ago.
18th: All Footprints should be handed in; a sticky note was attached in homework folders Thursday to those that still needed to complete theirs.
22nd: Parent breakfast and performance 8:30-9:30
24th: End of year party (a separate email will be sent with details)
25th: last day of school, half day

You will receive a formal invitation to the parent breakfast and performance later this week via your child’s homework folder.

PLEASE let me know how many family members plan to attend the breakfast and performance since I am purchasing the food. I want to make sure I have enough for everyone including the kids.
Thank you for getting back to me quickly with the count.

This week will be the last week of spelling, math timed test, and homework. We will also finish up Superkids by the end of the week and will take our end of level test, hopefully, Friday (or following Monday). We will also finish up our math unit on double-digit addition with carrying. If you are able to practice a few math problems over the weekend, that would be wonderful. For many, they are grasping the concept, but a few are not remembering to carry the ‘1’ over to the tens column. Ex. 26+9=35 and 36+15=51

This past Thursday was the last day for us to check out books at the library. ALL books need to be returned Wednesday or Thursday.

Please remember to order lunch and send in a snack for the last few days of school. With the days getting hotter, it would help to send in a water bottle for them to keep at their desk.

Final report cards and test scores will be mailed after Memorial Day.

This Matters At Wood Acres.

  • High Expectations For Teaching And Learning

  • Strong Instructional Leadership

  • Safe Learning Environment For Everyone

  • Positive And Welcoming School Climate

  • Valuing Time On Task For Mastery

  • Close Home School Partnerships