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RELIGION In Chapter 9 we are talking about how Catholics are open to all people.  We will read a bible story about the Good Samaritan Woman and Jesus’ Mission to off of us.  

This week we will celebrate CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK with our All School Mass on Thursday!  Please join us for this special mass!  

**Don’t forget students should wear Mass Uniform on mass days!  This is blue pants and white shirts for the boys.  Plaid skirt or jumper with a white shirt for the girls!  (Girls will be able to wear pants for Mass Uniform starting in November.)

 SPELLING Our words this week have the /ou/ sound (found, town, bow).  We will have our tests on Wednesday and Friday.  Please see the link below for the new list of spelling words for the next three weeks!

Seven Washington Dollar

READING  Our story this week is called “Seven Spools of Thread.” We will be working on vocabulary, drawing conclusions, dictionary skills (2 meaning words) and comprehension. Our test will be Friday.

GRAMMAR In Grammar this week, we will be working on the “Be” Verbs (forms of Be, Do, and Have) and other Linking Verbs.  In Vocabulary, we will be talking about words from Social Studies and Literature.

MATH   We will have a test on Wednesday over Division concepts.  We will then begin talking about measurement.  We will look at length, perimeter, area, and measuring temperature. 

 Please keep working on addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts at home!  The more practice the better!  🙂

SCIENCE –  Our next chapter will be Chapter 5 – Earth’s Resources.  We will work on minerals and rocks, kinds of soil, fossils & fuels, water, and how to save our resources. 

SOCIAL STUDIES   We will focus on Science for the next few weeks.



Jan. 29 – ST. ROSE OPEN HOUSE – 12:30pm – 2:30pm – Everyone is welcome to come to Open House! This is a great chance for you to check out the class and teacher for next year! Please help spread the word to anyone who might be interested in sending their children to our school!

Jan. 29 – Catholic Schools Week begins!  Click the link below for the Agenda for the week…what to wear, what special activities, etc!


Friday, Feb. 3 – PUNK-N-ROCK and Chili Supper!  This is an event for the whole family!  Come and watch as our Middle School puts on a performance of a lifetime!  Always fun and entertaining!  Come for Chili and stay for the show!  Chili Supper starts at 5:30 and the show starts at 7pm! YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS THIS!

Feb. 5 – SOUPER BOWL OF CARING – We will be working with the Religious Ed. classes on the weekend of Feb. 4 & 5 to collect money for the “Souper Bowl of Caring”.  This takes place every year on Super Bowl weekend.  If you will be attending the 11am Mass on the 5th, please let me know if you will be able to stick around for a few minutes after Mass to help collect the donations.

Tuesday, Feb. 14 – Muffins with Mom!  Moms – bring your LOVES to school and enjoy a muffin or two before school starts!  Muffins with Mom will be in the PLC starting at 7am.

Tuesday, Feb. 14 – VALENTINE’S DAY PARTY – Here are the families the volunteered to help for the Valentine’s Day Party!  Any takers on a CRAFT??  Just let me know!  Students will be able to bring in Valentines for the class.  Keep in mind we have 16 students.  Please do not try to put names on them, just make them so they can be dropped in each Valentine Bag that we will make in class!
Snack – Sammy Marten
Drink – Keylee Hudson
Craft – ??????
Game – Jada Sanders

TARDIES –  It is very important for the kids to be at school on time each day.  When the kids come in late, they miss an important time in the classroom.  My mornings are set up for some “new day socializing”. This is chance for the kids to chat and get caught up from the day before.  It is also a time of early morning directions on how the day is going to go, what to do for morning work, and our daily prayer circle. If they are late on Fridays, they are missing the same thing in Art class, since we have Art first thing at 8am. When they are late, they seem to be more frazzled because they are trying to get caught up and figure out what is going on in the classroom.  I know some mornings can be rough, but please try to have the students to school by 8am when the tardy bell rings.

**PE NOTE – On the days that we change for PE (Thursday and Friday) the students will need to be sure and have pants to put on for dismissal. This could be just a pair of sweats/pajama pants/etc. or their uniform pants.  As we get into the colder months, I do not want them walking out to the cars in shorts.

**Please be sure to read the ROAR! for more St. Rose School Information! 

Monday  – PAJAMA DAY – All School Movie! 


Wednesday  –  TIE – DYE DAY and LIBRARY


Friday  SPIRIT DAY and ART – All School Musical Chairs