My apologies for the lack of email yesterday, however the students had the words written down and knew what to do for homework. The copier was broken, but the new sheet will be sent home today. As this is the fourth nine weeks things are getting very hectic. Please ensure your child’s success by continuing to hold them accountable for reading, homework, and using the computer resources available. We still have much work to do and little time to fit it all in.
In science we will continue to explore matter, while in social studies we learn about saving and spending. In math we are learning the many different ways to measure and graph. The students have decided to save their pennies for a great cause. One of our TEAM member’s church sends boxes to the soldiers overseas. We would like to collect our change to see just how fast it adds up. If everyone gave a penny a day, we would have more than $6 by the end of the month. You would be surprised how far that goes when helping others. Please help us, help them. Thank you.hmk week 31
Report cards for the third nine weeks will be distributed on Friday, May 1st
Wellness Tip of the Day – Take a Breather!! Deep breathing is an efficient way to give your body a break and reduce your anxiety level.
- Mrs. Hancock’s Geometry tutoring is cancelled for TODAY.
- Mrs. Hancock’s World History II- tutoring is cancelled for TODAY.
- Volleyball- No Open gym for volleyball TODAY.
- PROM – Prom permission slips are now available in the main office or outside room 228. Tickets will start being sold on Wednesday, April 29th. Tickets will only be sold before or after school. The cost is $45.00 per person and please make checks payable to Nansemond River High School!
- Girls JV Soccer- Congratulations to the Girls JV Soccer team for their 6-1 win over Lakeland last night!!
- Girls Varsity Soccer- Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer team for their 5-0 win over Lakeland last night!!
- Baseball- Congratulations to the JV baseball team for their 9-0 win over Lakeland last night!!
- Basketball – JV & Varsity Boys’ and Girls’ basketball players are reminded to be at Wednesday nights’ shooting clinic by 5:30pm to sign-up with the instructors.. Also, there will be a boys summer league basketball ty-out for any 10th & 11th grade boy Friday nigh at 5:30. You must have at least a 2.0 GPA to tryout.
- FBLA – There will be a FBLA Chapter meeting tomorrow, 28 APR, at 3:30 pm in room 121. We will be electing next year’s student officers, so please plan to attend.
- Advance Theatre – Have you ever wanted to ACT? Now is your chance!!! The Advanced Theatre class will be holding auditions for their 4th nine weeks projects of one-act plays.. Auditions will be held in Dr. Neighbours’ room after school on Wednesday, April 29. Come prepared with a short monologue, fully memorized. Any questions, see Dr. Neighbours.
- Talent Show – Talent Show participants have been posted. Please check the auditorium door if you auditioned.
- Science Club – The Science Club will meet at 3:20 in room 219 TODAY. We will have our end of the year party and elect officers. Please bring your favorite snack to share. For further details see Mrs. Epperley.
- Seniors: Jostens will be here to pass out cap and gowns on April 30 during lunch for those of you who have paid for them
- SENIORS- Please bring any financial award letters you receive with your college acceptance letters to the Guidance department so they can keep a tab of how much money NR students earn in scholarship money. The total amount will be announced at the end of the year. We need to break 3 million dollars in order to beat the 2014 Senior class and continue to be the top Suffolk school in scholarship money!!!!
Come join us for an exciting adventure with books under the sea!
May 4-11, 2015
Flyers go out today, and all profits will be used to purchase new library books and materials.
Be sure to check the Teacher Wish List Program to donate a book to your child’s classroom.
For questions, please email Mrs. Sowerby
(INp.16) Complete the attached worksheet on circle graphs.
Sol. 6.14A tomorrow.
(INp.13 and 14) complete the last attached State Test Study Guide.
Block 1 – Study Island Project – Study for test
Block 2 – Study Island Project – Study for test
Block 3 – Study for Test – Thursday (Conversions and Circle Graphs)
Study Island Project due on or before Friday, MAY 8th
MATH SOL – Friday, MAY 15th
Homework for the week of April27th-May1
Quiz –Wednesday, on US1.9d
Test on US1.9d, Friday
Mon-Thurs-Complete Daily Review #31,lesson for Mon-Thursday, turn in on Friday
Continue to Study US1.9a-c
Tue- HW – Write 10 equivalent measurements, Metric or Customary
Math Released Test
Middle School orientation
Thurs- Practice 14-3
Reading Comprehension test on Friday, using the seven step strategies
Mon-Thurs-Study previous notes
Thurs: Quiz on a) Identification of rock types. b) The rock cycle and how transformations between rocks occur. c) the basic structure of the Earth’s interior d) plate tectonics (earthquakes and volcanoes); e) weathering and erosion; and f) human impact.
PALS (Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening), grades K-3- April 27-May 8, 2015
Please ensure your child gets plenty of rest as these final assessments are used to show how much your child has grown academically in the 2014-2015 school year.
This is the last week for our theme, “Growing and Changing.” This week we will talk about the butterfly lifecycle and use pasta to make a butterfly lifecycle. The new letter this week is the letter Dd.
Kindergarten registration is May 13th from 8:00-5:00 at your child’s home school. You have to register your child for kindergarten. He/she is not automatically registered because he/she is in the Early Start program.
Field Day is Friday, May 8. Each grade level will be wearing a different color shirt. Early Start’s shirt color is blue. If you have not turned in the Field Day lunch form, please send it in by Wednesday.
*Looking for Dd – look for Dds on food packaging such as cereal boxes and on label cans. You can also look for Dds on signs around your neighborhood. Encourage you child to tell you whether the letter they found is a capital D or a lowercase d.
*Continue to review all letters and letter sounds.
*Practice all personal information
*Practice counting to at least 20.
This Friday, May 3rd, we will be having Dog Day. Please have your child bring in a stuffed dog that will fit in his/her book bag. If you have a dog as a pet, your child can bring in a picture. We will be reading about dogs and sharing the items that each student brings in.
We are taking a Practice Math (Released Test) on Tuesday and Friday of this week. Tuesday will be pencil/paper skills and TEI questions (5.2 Order decimals and fractions, 5.4 whole number word problems, 5.5 decimal word problems, 5.6 fraction word problems, and 5.7 order of operation). Friday will include SOLs using protractor, ruler, and calculator (All remaining skills).
Please review a few skills each night as we prepare for the State tests.
State Reading Test May 11th
Science Test May 15th
Math State Test May 21st and 22nd (same pencil/paper and tool sections as the practice above)
Math HW for the week:
Monday – Practice 14-5
Tuesday – Write 10 equivalent measurements, Metric or Customary
Wednesday – Measurement WS
Thursday – Practice 14-3
Reading/Writing – Read nightly for 20 minutes. Write a half page summary. Turn in all four on Friday in AR folder.
Thanks for all you do at home to help your child at school.
Science- Daily Review # 17 Study notes- Quiz Thursday on Earth’s Layers and Plate Tectonics
Social Studies-Daily Review # 28
Reading- Daily Review # 24 and 2 Writing Prompts
Tues.- Elapsed Time: Nearest Minute worksheet
Thurs.- Elapsed Time worksheet
You will receive 3 practice tests for your Geometry SOL exam. You will also have to complete 5 Jefferson Lab assignments. Practice SOL quizzes will be given as warm-ups starting on your next class period. Please review your notes nightly and attend the tutoring sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15-4:30.
The Suffolk Education Foundation announces that applications are now available for its 2015-16 instructional grant program. Proposals are due electronically by email no later than Friday, May 1.
Link here for information on the current year’s winners.
Study ALL declensions 1-3 including neuters.
Finish wkbk pgs. 163-166
Red book civilization VIII – for those who did not do it.
The Wesleyan Summer Gifted Program has been committed to fostering the development of gifted adolescents in the quantitative, verbal and social areas. The camp takes place in West Virginia on the campus of WV Wesleyan College. The teachers are all college professors who possess a special interest in gifted education. Classes are challenging, yet fun. Creativity is emphasized and channeled both directly and indirectly. Many campers return year after year. Dates for 2015 are Sunday, June 21 through Friday, July 3. The cost of the program is $1,200 for two weeks of room and board, advanced instruction by college professors, and activities and supervision by experienced camp counselors.
For more information please contact us at: Box 122 West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon WV 26201 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Website link is provided below.
Sign up for Remind. Check it out on remind.com. Use this phone number: (757) 809-2118, and use the code for your class (see below).
1st block – Remind code: @stoneblk1 HW: s2.1 ws.
5th block – Remind code: @stoneblk5 Evolution & Classification Test on Fri 5/1.
7th block – Remind code: @stoneblk7 If needed, finish p35 vocab.