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NEWSLETTER Ms. Campbell Ms. Holt Ms. Harper

Monday, February 4 , 2013. Anchorage Public School. Reading/Language/Writing

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NEWSLETTER Ms. Campbell Ms. Holt Ms. Harper

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  1. Monday, February 4, 2013 Anchorage Public School Reading/Language/Writing Students are finishing their graphic organizer on their personal narrative. They will edit their graphic organizer using editing marks and then in class we will write the first draft. For reading this week, students will begin “Wind as Power” in their new National Geographic” reading series. Math We will start the week off by taking the Math Quiz that was scheduled for Friday.  The rest of the week we will devote to improper fractions and mixed numbers.  We will be converting them, decomposing them, adding them, subtracting them, and finding equivalent fractions for them.  Should be a fun week! Science Students will present and film their meteorologists report today since Friday was a snow day. Students will watch their weather report on Tuesday and reflect on the “Improvement” stage of their STEM challenge. Students will spend the latter of the week reading about “Objects in Sky.” Take home tests on weather have been graded and will go home today in student’s weekly folders. Students have a new Study Island Assignment for Earth Science added to their account. Completion of all five lessons by the due date will count for extra credit. Social Studies This week in Social Studies,  we will continue our symbolism study.  Students will learn that symbols can be people, places, or objects that stand for something else.  Students will examine American symbols such as the Liberty Bell, Statue of Liberty and bald eagle. We will discuss what America represents as  a country; bravery, resilience, and freedom and design possible symbols to show those qualities.  We will move on to Kentucky's symbols and  our motto. Student will learn what represents Kentucky and why.   • Upcoming Dates: • February 1stAssembly • February 14th Classroom Valentine Parties • February 21st “Movin” Program 2:00 and 7:00 • February 25- March 1st Winter Break. • March 1st Trimester Ends • March 5th Author visit with C.C. Payne. • March 8th Trimester Report Sent Home • March 22nd Talent Show • April 1-5 Spring Break NEWSLETTERMs. Campbell Ms. Holt Ms. Harper Just a Reminder: Parent Surveys went home last week. We are asking that only one survey be completed by each family and returned to the school. Thank you for your help with this. Parent / teacher conferences have been scheduled. If you have any questions or need to make a change, please let me know. Our holiday party for Valentine’s Day will be on Thursday, February 14th from 2:00-3:00 p.m. Students will bring home information this week regarding our party. Wish List: pencils Spelling / Vocabulary This week’s spelling and vocabulary words are from the Greek Root Words Workbook. Test Friday! “Action in Office” Active Activity Actor Actually Enact Officer Official Officiate Actual Reenactment Inactive Officeholder ANCHORAGE VISION The Anchorage School Learning Community Launching Life Long Learning Through... Inspiration – Exploration – Connection

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