Summer School Week 2

We hope you are enjoying your summer!! Here are summer school updates for week two. We hope you will join us.

Preschool and Kindergarten students join Mrs. Miller for a camping adventure this week!

Have fun while reviewing Math/Writing/Reading/STEAM

Join camp gNarly Class code : s3ku7oc

Contact Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00-11:00am; 3:00-4:00pm


Google Hangouts:

2 & 3rd Grade Reading and Writing

Welcome to week 2 of your summer reading and writing classroom. This week we are reading and writing about animals.  You’ll find stories, activities and writing prompts along with videos that are about animals and animal science.  This classroom is set up for students in 2nd or 3rd grade although there are resources that might be fun for the whole family to participate.  Mrs. Epp hopes to see many of you pop in and find something fun to read or fun to write about.  She will be available to meet through Zoom on Monday and Tuesday from 10 – 11:00am if you have any questions, need some help, or just want to chat!   Hope to see you soon!

4th and 5th Grade Reading and Writing

Hello and welcome to week two of online learning!

This week we will be reading the next three sections in our novel, Wonder, written by R.J. Palacio (but don’t worry these are shorter sections than the two sections last week!), and we will again complete the corresponding comprehension questions.  Do not forget, Mrs. Bongard is available via email or through messages at any time throughout the day/week and she will also be on zoom Thursday morning from 9-10:30 am.

Our sections this week to read are:

  • Part 3:  Summer
  • Part 4:  Jack
  • Part 5:  Justin

Please remember that each time we start a new part of the story, the person who is telling the story (the narrator) changes.  This is called a different point of view.  This week we will see what Summer, Jack, and Justin all really think and feel about their interactions with Auggie. Can’t wait!

4th and 5th Grade Math

Welcome to week 2 of Summer School 4th and 5th grade math. This week we are multiplying decimals. 4th grade will multiply decimals by one-digit. 5th grade will be multiplying decimals by two-digits. Be sure to watch the video in full before completing the assignment. Good Luck!

– Mrs. Scott

6th-7th Grade Math

Building on our fraction work from last week, we are moving on to dividing fractions. Mrs. Thomas has provided multiple videos to help you remember how to divide fractions. The second video shows dividing fractions by whole numbers using a visual model. There is also a dividing mixed numbers video that will demonstrate how to complete this skill as well. This is a sixth-grade standard which covers the range from dividing a fraction by a fraction, fractions by a whole number, whole numbers by fractions, and dividing mixed numbers. The practice problems are directly from the same company that makes the CMAS test, so they are the types of questions students need to master to be successful in this area.

Mrs. Brianne Thomas


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