The school year is in full swing. We are seeing students engaged in reading, math and science both F2F and online.
Kindergarten students are working on addition and subtraction to 5, physical science and informational reading.
First grade students are focusing on numbers within 20 and focusing on qualities of good citizens, and using text features like pictures to help understand their reading.
Second grade students will be learning about energy in science, and focusing on the concept of length in math and reading in fairy tales, folktales and fables.
Third grade students are continuing their work in multiplication, and reading about how heroes and everyday citizens make the world a better place.
Fourth grade students will focus on energy in science, and its exciting time in math learning about geometry and measurement.
Fifth grade students are unpacking the concepts of decimals and fractions, and reading and writing like historians.
As you can see teachers and scholars are very busy each and everyday.
Don’t forget to keep the engagement going on at home. Students at home can work on meeting their Istation minutes, engage in reading in MYON and work to meet their Dreambox lesson goals.
As we have moved into the second semester we know that the time to take the FSA is right around the corner. It is a requirement that all students in grades 3-5 take the FSA in person. Plumb staff will work with our online families to get testing times scheduled for both our face to face learners and our MYPCS students who are in 3rd-5th grade. Third grade students will take reading and math FSA, fourth grade students will take writing, reading and math FSA and our fifth grade scholars will take writing, reading, math FSA and the Science SSA this school year.
Please contact your child’s teacher if you have questions regarding these tests. More information about specific test dates will come at a later time.
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