I sent out emails to all of my students and their parents last week with their schedules and zoom links for remote learning that will begin January 4th. Please reach out to me if you did not receive the email or have any questions.
My 4th-8th graders worked together to build our “Math Tree”. Each piece is a filled with math problems from the different grades.
The 4th graders completed a fun project. They had to find the factors of different numbers. Each student had to choose a number and then find the factors that multiply to make that number. If you look closely ou can see their product in the fire and the factors written on their marshmallows.
Have wonderful, safe, and healthy Thanksgiving Break!
Just a reminder conferences are on Thursday and Friday this week. The zoom link for your conference is on the Sign-Up Genius Page. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. I look forward to meeting with many of you later this week. Have a wonderful day!!
You should have received an email with an invitation for my Sign Up Genius for Conferences next week on Thursday and Friday. Please let me know if you did not receive an email or if you need to schedule a different time to meet. Thank you! Have a good day!
4th grade – Ms. Catalano’s group has a worksheet to complete for homework.
7th Grade – Mrs. Boldt’s Classs – Check Google Classroom & your email for the Zoom for our classes for Wednesday and Thursday.
8th grade – Ms. Arianas’ group – complete the worksheet and turn it in by Thursday morning if you want me to correct it and hand it back by Thursday afternoon. Then you can use it to help study for the Quiz on Friday.
What we’re working on:
4th grade – We have been practicing our multiplication facts, working on word problems, and subtracting multi-digit numbers.
5th grade – We have been working on exponents and the prime factorization of numbers.
6th grade – We are working on multiplying, dividing decimals, and converting fractions into decimals.
7th grade – We are working on adding and subtracting integers.
8th grade – We are working on the distributive property, adding like terms, and dividing integers with variables.
Good morning! Since I now have one homeroom that is quarantining and elearning, I wanted to let everyone know how your child’s math class with me will be handled.
If your child’s class ever needs to go to remote learning, then they will continue to see me via zoom at their scheduled time. I am adding all of my students to Google classroom. I will post a zoom link for classes there if needed, as well as email students’ SJS accounts. Hopefully, we won’t need to use this, but I just wanted to you to be aware of how I will be handling this type of situation. I hope everyone is well and continues to be safe.
With the school year in full swing, letters have finally gone out to parents. If you received a letter recommending that your child receive extra help by attending Math Interventions please sign and return your letter as soon as possible. I will be passing out mini-schedules to each student so they will know when they will be coming to my classroom. I am excited to be able to start working with my math students again. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns at email@example.com
I will be providing all of the materials that your child will be needing in my class. Your child will not need to bring anything with them unless told to do so ahead of time. I have individual pencil cases with supplies for each student as well as a notebook to keep notes. Your child can bring that notebook home to help them study or with their homework, but it must be returned to school the next day.
Please encourage your child to work on his/her i-Ready. This program is an interactive online learning environment designed to assess students and provide individualized instruction based on each one’s unique needs.
Welcome back everyone! It’s been a week of new adventures as we navigate through our new procedures. I’ve started visiting the classrooms of our younger students and administering some of our EasyCBM benchmarks.
If you’re not getting the Thursday Thoughts from the principal please e-mail the office.
Letters for Math Intervention Help will not be sent out until the week of Sept. 8th.