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Happy Catholic Schools Week!  It’s our favorite time to celebrate all the things that make us unique! Thanks for sending your child to me!  I know it can often be a sacrifice for your family, but know we are grateful for each and every child that walks through our door.  I believe in the mission of our school.  What a privilege it is to be a part of it!

Our Open House this past Sunday was exceptional! I think we had 16 new kiddos register for the 2017/2018 school year!  That’s exciting! Keep spreading the word about us.  We hope to see that number increase!  Don’t forget to register yourself!  Spots are filling quickly.

Dates to Know:

1/31-Crazy Dress Day for CSW

2/1- Tye-Dye Day for CSW

2/2- Favorite Sports Team Day for CSW, All School Mass

2/3- Spirit Day Blue and Gold, Punk-N-Rock and Chili Supper starting at 5:30



2/8 Annual Fund Dinner

*Check the Google Calendar on the front page of our school’s website!


We will celebrate all things Catholic School this week!

Information about CYO Camp is going home today!  Check the ROAR for a chance at a free campership!


Chapter 10

Add/Subtract with Like and Unlike Denominators

Continue to work on adding mixed numbers; then on to Subtracting!

Check assignment notebooks for daily work!

Social Studies– 

Chapter 7 The Southern Colonies  TEST on Wednesday

Ask about Kahoot! It’s a fun online game!  Students can even make one at home!

Students are keeping notes on their Chromebooks, but I have also printed each a hard copy.

Reading- Fiction

Maniac Magee

We will read chapters 33-38 this week.

8 Vocab. Connections to define

Daily Language Review for ISTEP preparation

Spelling:  list of 16

**Implemented Reading Logs- 20 minutes daily/day.**  Students should be taking Accelerated Reading Quizzes to track growth!

Science- From the desk of Mrs. Tieken:

Landforms are constantly changing. This unit helps students understand what landforms are, how they form, and how different forces shape them over time. It introduces students to Earth’s structure, including the crust, mantle, and core. Hotspots and earthquake patterns are addressed, as well as how weathering, erosion, and people shape the land. The unit also addresses the three major categories of rocks-igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic-and explains how one rock type may change into another. We have had our vocabulary assessment and will have the assessment for pages 5-12 and 22 and 23 next Wednesday, Feb. 1.

Questions, comments, or concerns please email me at [email protected]  or I invite you to call me at home, your child has my number in their planner.

Peace and blessings



Monday:  Computer Lab 11:00-11:45; Music 2:00-2:45

Tuesday: PE 1:15-2:00

Wednesday: Library 12:30-1:15

Thursday: Mass 8:30-9:15, Art 2:00-2:45

Friday:  Band 10:15-11, PE 1:15-2:00