September 25- September 29

This week we discussed:

     Science- In science, we are continuing to discuss the Weather, Climate, and Water Cycle. The students created a presentation on three different types of severe weather, including tornadoes, hurricanes, and thunderstorms. The students wrote about how each event occurred, what to do as a precaution before and during the event, and included interesting pictures. 

     Math- In math, we are continue to discuss and develop skills on how to solve multi-digit whole numbers using addition and subtraction. We are focusing on solving word problems and are beginning to use units such as meter and centimeter. 

Special Reminders:

           Tomorrow Friday, September 29 will be a half day, so make sure to come pick your children up at 11:30.
           Saturday, September 30 will be Killian Family day, we will be having food, games and rides, prizes, and more.
           Tuesday, October 3 will be Literacy Night, students and parents will be learning strategies to practice at home. 

Outstanding job everyone! Keep up the incredible work and awesome behavior.

As a reminder, the second field study forms have been sent out, Please have it signed and returned as soon as possible. All payments should be done online. Also yellow progress reports are sent out on Thursdays, and will continue to be sent out on Thursdays. Please sign and return the form, indicating that you have seen it. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email me at any point, and I will get back with you as soon as I can.

Thank you,

Mrs. Mitchell                                                                                           

Miss Rana

Check it out!

We went to the Lexington County Museum.

We learned what daily life was like for Native Americans.

We went to the science lab where Dr. Thompson showed us how evaporation and condensation work.

We are investigating why there is water on the outside of one cup and not the other.

We are investigating where the water on the outside of the cup came from.

We are seeing science in action!

Here is our water cycle bulletin board, along with the students' illustrations of the water cycle.