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20 Nov

Family Tradition Project: Students will take a photo of at least two events that they participated in over Thanksgiving Break. They can be photos of Thanksgiving Dinner, shopping, ice skating etc… Please explain in detail what is happening in the photo. Please answer the Who, What, When, and Where? They can be presented a slide presentation, or poster presentation. The photos can also be emailed to me. Photos are due 11/27/18- Must include description.    

13 Nov

Students were given a study guide last week. Students will identify the 12 sates and their capitals on  the U.S. Map.     Midwest Region Illinois – Springfield Indiana – Indianapolis Iowa – Des Moines Kansas – Topeka Michigan – Lansing Minnesota – St. Paul Missouri – Jefferson City Nebraska – Lincoln North Dakota – Bismarck Ohio – Columbus South Dakota – Pierre Wisconsin – Madison  

13 Nov

Report Card Pick Up On Wednesday, there is no school because of report card pick up.  If you have not signed up for a time, please do so via email .  

23 Oct

Dear Parents, Students will be taking their states and capitals of the West Region exam.  On Thursday 10-25,  they will take an oral test and Friday 10-26  a Map test. Each child was given a study guide on  Monday. Please practice with your child. West Region Alaska – Juneau California – Sacramento Colorado –Denver Hawaii – Honolulu Idaho –Boise Montana – Helena Nevada- Carson City Oregon – Salem Utah – Salt Lake City Washington – Olympia Wyoming – Cheyenne  

15 Oct

Weekly Objectives Literacy- Students will identify stylistic choices of the author makes and determine why they were made Math- Students will identify the difference between factor and multiples. They will also be able to identify the difference between prime and composite numbers Social Studies- Students will look closer at states and capitals by region. We will begin wit the West Region of the U. S. Homework    SUBJECT-   MONDAY 10/15 TUESDAY 10/16 WEDNESDAY 10/17 “Workout Wednesday” THURSDAY 10/18 FRIDAY 10/19 “Fix it Friday” Literacy Students will identify stylistic... 

5 Oct

JVD Trial Parent Letter CPS (1)  

5 Oct

Friendly Reminders: There is no school on Monday October 8, 2018- Columbus Day  Progress Reports were distributed today please make certain they are returned and signed  by Wednesday October 10, 2018.  All Book Logs Due Tuesday with Parent Signature.     

25 Sep

Congratulations to Caleb Scott our Student of the Week!  Reading: Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text. This week students will be given their guided reading books.  Group discussions will focus on theme in the text .  The students will be taught that theme is the general idea that the writer wants to express. Math: Generalize place value understanding multi-digit whole numbers; Students will also draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles. 4th graders will begin the week with subtracting... 

12 Sep

Dear Parents, In an effort to get to know the students better, students will design an autobiographical cereal box project. Please click the link below for the project requirements and the date when your child will present their project. Please email me at mrtoney@cps.edu if you have any additional questions. Dr. Toney-James   Scan Sep 11, 2018 at 2_16 PM  

10 Sep

Dear Parents, Please make certain that your child returns their CPS packet back this week. Also make certain that you register for class dojo if you have not. Students also need earbuds and a personal novel from home or the public library. Lastly, make certain your child is completing homework daily and studying for Friday timed test. Homework is due on Friday. Please have students turn in their homework in their purple tic-tac-toe notebook and in their homelinks math book. This week students should be practicing  their 2 multiplication facts. Cereal Box Projects due The Week of September 24,... 

7 Sep

Dear Parents, We were off to a great start this week! Students were not assigned homework during the first week of school.  By September 10, 2018 each student is required to bring in one personal novel from home or public library. Also please bring in inexpensive head phones or earbuds to be left at school. Please make certain that your child returns their CPS packet back by next week. Have a great weekend! Dr. James  

4 Sep

Room 207 Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8:45-8:55 Arrival Arrival Arrival Arrival Arrival 8:55-9:30 Social Studies Social Studies Buddies Social Studies Social Studies 9:30-11 Math Math Math Math Math 11-12 Specials Specials Specials Specials Specials 12-12:45 Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess Lunch/Recess 12:45-1 Class Meeting Class Meeting Class Meeting Class Meeting Class Meeting 1-2 Reading Reading Reading Reading Reading 2-2:45 Writing  Writing  Writing  Writing  Writing 2:45-3:30 Science Science Science Science Science 3:30-3:45 Dismissal Dismissal Dismissal Dismissal Dismissal Posted...