Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 Homework:

Period 1: Topic 11 Test tomorrow! Review pages 280-285

Period 2:  Textbook page 274 #'s 14-20-Test Friday

Period 3: Comparing Fractions Word Problems-Test Friday

Monday, April 16, 2018

Friday April 27th will be a $1.00 “Pink Against Bullying” dress down day. Students and staff can wear jeans or sweatpants with a pink shirt. The shirt cannot have any offensive language or suggestive statements. Suggestions … any collared pink shirt, a solid pink t-shirt, or any pink North Schuylkill shirts. The proceeds will benefit anti-bullying programs at North Schuylkill.

Thursday, March 29, 2018

April 2-April 6

Basket Auction
Please have all class basket donations in no later than Friday, so we can begin to prepare the baskets for the Auction.  Any student that brought in a donation toward out class basket will receive a free dress down voucher for Friday, April 6th.  Thank you SOOOO much to everyone who donated towards our "tailgating" basket!  It is going to be awesome!  Hope to see you at the auction on April 14th and 15th!

PSSA's
PSSA testing is scheduled for April 10-April 12 for ELA, April 17-April 18 for Math, and April 24-April 25 for Science.

Field Trip
Our field trip is scheduled for May 7th to Indian Echo Caverns.



Monday, March 12, 2018

HOMEWORK for 3/12/18: All classes....
Practice WS 8-2
#'s 1-13 odd problems only!!!

Friday, March 9, 2018

Week of 3/12-3/16:

We have started Topic 8, which is "Developing Fluency: Multiplying by 2-Digit Numbers.  Some of the strategies he or she is learning to use include arrays and expanded and standard algorithms.  Homework this week will be from Topic 8.  Please check your child's assignment book for nightly assignments.  We will have a fact test on Monday on all facts 0-12. 



Monday, February 19, 2018

2/19/18-Homework for all periods-Math textbook page 168 numbers 15-22

Sunday, February 18, 2018

This week we will be starting Topic 7: Multiplying by 2-Digit Numbers.  Your child will be multiplying larger numbers using arrays, mental math, rounding to estimate, and also using compatible numbers to estimate.  By using estimation in the course of everyday experiences and family activities, you can help your child understand estimation. 

Help your child understand that, when shopping, he or she can use estimation to figure out how much an item will cost. For example, if T-shirts cost $12 each, have your child estimate the cost of 4 T-shirts.