Dates to Remember:

Remember to bring in your completed at-home reading logs. Starting this week, students who have not completed any at-home reading may need to stay in at recess for reading practice.

Skating: January 11, 18,25, February 1

Share and Show: Starting this week, each child will have a weekly opportunity to share something beginning with a certain sound.There will be a reminder in the agenda about with your child’s sharing day.

The theme this week (January 3-7) is m… as in monster or alarm.

On short weeks, we will combine Monday and Tuesday groups if there is no school on Monday and Thursday and Friday Groups if there is no school on Friday.

Monday: Chelsey, Jessa, Andrei, William
Tuesday: Abby, Jamie, Samantha H., Nickolas, Mikayla
Wednesday: Bailey, Trevor, Alijah, Kurt . Alexander H
Thursday: Liam, Madison, Matthew, Ketura, Brennan
Friday: Alex W., Breanna, Ben, Samantha B.

• Starting next Monday, we will have weekly spelling tests, and your child will be working with a grade 2 spelling textbook. On Tuesdays, your child will copy their spelling list to bring home to practice. During the week he/or she will complete assignments in class using their words, and the test will be on the following Monday, so they can practice on the weekend.

January 10: Spelling Test Unit 1

Dates to Remember

December 10: Jack About the Beanstalk: play at school: Bring $1.00 to cover expenses.

December 14: Field Trip to Huronia Museum in the Morning. Please return your $8.00 and permission form ASAP.

Dates to Remember

Please return your information forms and agenda money as soon as possible.

September 23: 7:00 Meet the Teacher Night

September 28: 9:30 volunteer orientation training

September 29 and 30: Picture Day

Dates to Remember

November 8: Scholastic Book Orders Due
November 11: Remembrance Day Assembly.

December 2,3: Student Involved Conferences: Please contact Mr. McGaughey to arrange an interview time if you have not already done so. I still have a few slots available in the evening on Thursday December 2.

Reading Logs:

Mr. McGaughey will give the class a surprise if the class hands in 100 full reading logs altogether. That’s 1000 books!

• You may fill in one space for every story book or chapter you read.

• You may fill in one, two or three spaces daily.

• When you have completed your reading log, bring it back to school and get a new one.

We had 2 more Reading Logs completed last week.—Only 97 to Go!