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Be sure to SPRING your clocks FORWARD before going to bed this Saturday night!  Spring is on the way!  Hooray!  🙂

MARCH/APRIL GOALS

This will be the FINAL goal sheet of the year!  I will begin assessing these goals around the 3rd week of April.  If you would like for your child to do the challenges, please send me an e-mail or make a note in the comment section of the Friday folder if you haven’t already done so.

1. I can recite the Hail Mary:
Hail Mary, full of grace!  The Lord is with thee; Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.  Holy Mary, Mother of God pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
2. I can recognize (upper/lower case D’Nealian), give the sound for & give a word for EVERY letter of the alphabet.
3. I can read the following number words:  zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven,eight, nine & ten
**Challenge: read number words eleven-twenty**
4. I can read the following words by “stretching out” every letter sound: (total phonetic approach; word families/consonant-vowelconsonant) map, tap, ham, Sam, fig, wig, lip, rip, bit, pit, cot, dot, hop, mop, box, fox, Ted, Ned, yet, jet, den, hen, run, fun, jug & tug
**Challenge (consonant blends): flap, cram, twig & slip**

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KIAYA

Kiaya was our STAR student this week!  She was born on March 4, 2011 “right across the street” at Johnson Memorial.  Kiaya was excited that her mom got to come and read to our class during Dr. Seuss week, the day before her birthday.  Kiaya’s mom’s birthday is the 5th of March so she received an extra special gift for her birthday 6 years ago! 🙂  Kiaya loves her family very much!  She enjoys playing basketball with her big brother, Ethan (4th grade) and likes to play dolls with her little sister, Grace (Lion Cub).  Kiaya likes to watch TV with her mom and play Minecraft with her dad.  Kiaya also enjoys going ice fishing with Jason.  She likes to eat the fish they catch.  Her favorite place to go is the Children’s Museum.  Kiaya likes racing Grace down the big slide, especially since she always wins.  Both girls are very brave, not only because they go fast down the big slide, but because they held a baby alligator and showed no signs of fear.  They were actually smiling!  Kiaya’s favorite sport is soccer, her favorite color is purple and her favorite book is Mr. Brown Can Moo!  Can You?  Kiaya has 2 dogs, Arrow and Lilly.  She said her dogs like to play together and they bark A LOT.   Thanks for sharing, Kiaya!

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REMINDERS:

*3/10  Honor’s Day @ 2:00 &  Knights of Columbus Fish Fry 4:30-7:30 p.m. in the PLC.

*3/11  Mass at 4:30 p.m.  All are welcome!

*3/12  Mass at 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.   All are welcome!

*3/17  Students can come out of uniform in honor of St. Patrick’s Day as long as they are wearing GREEN.

*3/20  Math-A-Thon donations are due for all who participated.

*3/23  No Extended Care (Spring Break begins at dismissal.)

*3/24-3/31  Spring Break

*Upcoming Stars:   4/10-4/14 Malia; 4/24-4/28 Elliot

*Please be sure to return the class foot book the next day when your child brings it home.

*Please be sure you are checking out the St. Rose website frequently to keep up to date on all that is going on at St. Rose School.

THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

*Thanks to ALL who have donated canned goods for our parish food pantry as part of our school Lenten Service project!

*Thanks for signing and returning your child’s report card.

*Thanks for your help with our daily snacks!

*Thanks for all you do!

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ASK ME ABOUT…

…the sound for “x” and some words that have the “x” sound in it.

…different sea creatures we read about this week.

…how many bundles of straws we have to show how many days we’ve been in school (13 bundles of 10; Can you believe we only have 50 days of school left?  But whose counting? 🙂  )

…the Legend of the Lenten pretzel.

…St. Vincent de Paul.

…the lesson we learned when we read Max Lucado’s book You Are Mine.

…why it’s important to forgive others.

…the story of Zacchaeus.

…our Lenten paths.

                                                                     Have a WONDERFUL weekend!