CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK
COMMUNITIES OF FAITH, KNOWLEDGE, AND SERVICE
JANUARY 29 – FEBRUARY 3
Sunday, Jan. 29- Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service: Our Parish
Students are encouraged to go to the Masses this weekend. They are asked to wear their school uniforms to Mass as a sign of St. Rose School pride!
ST. ROSE SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE – 12:30 – 2:30!!
Monday, Jan. 30 –Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service:
In Our Students
Dress for the Day – PAJAMA DAY
*Movie in the afternoon! Kids bring pillows and sleeping bags!
*Make cards for Police and Fire Dept. Please give to me by end of week.
Tuesday, Jan. 31 – Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service:
In Our Community
Dress for the Day –CRAZY-BACKWARDS-INSIDE-OUT DAY
*8th Grade to attend Archdiocese Mass
*Each class will write letters/draw pictures to be put in bulletin –need by Thursday
Wednesday, Feb. 1 – Communities of Faith,Knowledge and Service:
In Our Nation
Dress for the Day- TYE-DYE DAY
*All School BINGO in the classrooms – led by Mrs. Floyd – 2pm
*Students can make VALENTINES FOR VETS.
*PNR Practice from 8:15 – 11 (in the PLC)
Thursday, Feb.2- Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service:
In Our Vocations
Dress for the Day-FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM DAY
*All School Mass– Catholic Schools Week Celebration
*Students can make “thank you” cards/letters to their parents for their Catholic Education
* PNR Practice from 12:30 – 2:30 (in the PLC)
Friday, Feb.3 – Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service:
In Our Faculty, Staff, and Volunteers
Dress for the Day – SPIRIT DAY – WEAR BLUE AND GOLD
*PNR Practice from 8:15am – 11am (in the PLC)
*Musical Chairs for Spirit Day Activity! We will start at 1:30 to be safe!
*Punk-N-Rock and Chili Supper –Dinner at 5:30; Punk-N-Rock at 7pm
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Fourth Grade Buzz
January 23-January 27
Religion- The Ordinary Season finds us learning “ordinary” things. Actually they are the basics of our Catholic faith. We will have an assessment over the first 20 notes we have take this Thursday January 26th. Please help your child study.
Science: Our world is full of plants. Most plants have certain parts and attributes in common. There is also amazing diversity within the plant kingdom. This unit helps students understand the parts of plants and the functions of those parts. It explains photosynthesis as the process by which plants make their own food. It also explains how and why plants reproduce and grow, including the processes of pollination, fertilization, seed dispersal, and germination. The unit explains some of the key relationships between plants and animals. It also describes some of the many ways people use plants for both food and materials. Our first assessment will be this Wednesday January 25th. We will assess vocabulary. Please help by studying a little each night so there is no cramming.
Reading ; As promised…informational text has arrived. Ask you precious one what that might look like. Just in case they don’t know it is reading non-fiction material. This week we will learn all about Rats. Remember the Pied Piper of Hamelin, you don’t Oh rats, you will!
Language Arts: This weeks new skill with center on the authors purpose of a story. If your child comes home hungry it is because they will learned about the PIE.
Social Studies-Last week we learned about famous women in Indiana. Our assessment for these women will be this Thursday January 26th. Next week we will learn about famous men from Indiana. Just giving you a look ahead to let you know there will be a project in the near future. Look for further information next week.
4th Grade Math: We are exploring customary units of measurements including inches, feet, yards, and miles. Using a ruler, students will measure (estimate) to the nearest 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 benchmarks. Later in the week students will begin to convert measurements of length.
Down the Road
- OPEN HOUSE Sunday January 29…12:30-2:30
- Annual Fund Dinner February 8
- 1/25 Winter STEEP assessment
- 1/26 ACRE test for Archdiocese
- 1/27 Bloodmobile will be here!
- 1/28 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest 2:00pm