October 11

Halloween Parade – October 29th

Time to get those costumes on the kids and come on down to Arno on Oct. 29 at 10:00 for our annual Halloween Parade.  Our route will take us out of the 5th grade doors that morning, making a loop on the inside perimeter of the playground.  Please join us around the outside perimeter of the playground for the best seats, unfortunately we will not be allowing classroom visits that day.

It is a district PD day with an 11:30 dismissal that morning.

5 Halloween Activities for Kids

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September 13th

Welcome Back!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room 125 had a great first week of school! We are now ready to put into practice everything we’ve learned about our daily routine. Please be patient with your child this week as they experience fourth grade responsibilities and expectations in full swing.

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October 26th – October 30th

Reminder: Friday, October 30th is a Half-Day (Dismissal at 11:30am)

Students may wear orange or black shirts to school on Friday, Oct. 30th. We are asking that no treats/goodies be sent into school. 

In addition to Halloween, I do like to reward the students with a movie from time to time and it seems that many Disney and other movies are rated PG. I will make sure that I choose movies that are appropriate for fourth graders. Please let me know in writing if you’d prefer your child not view PG rated movies, so that I may make other arrangements.

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October 12th – October 16th

Supply List

Below is an updated supply list for the year. I have cut down on supplies to help with the journey to and from school. Please do not shy away from the list. If there is anything that I forgot or I need, I will contact you when that time comes. Please let me know if you have any questions about the supply list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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October 5th – October 9th

Zoom Expectations

Please review our Zoom expectations with your student this week. Especially important is that your student keep his/her camera on if they are working on a device that allows them to do so. This makes it easier for me to ensure your student is attentive and is present for the lessons.

It is our goal to make the last few weeks of remote learning as productive and positive as possible. Thank you for your support!

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