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We are so very proud of each and every one of our 3rd graders for working so hard on their math facts! We had an awesome month and we are thrilled to award a few of the students that we have seen shine this month:
From Mrs. Gonzalez's class, we recognize Mckenzie Evans for being cooperative and always following procedures, Marely Lira for being quick to follow procedures and always doing her best work, Raul Santapau for great progress in reading, Clark May for just doing awesome math work and being a great friend, and Maddison Hogan, for completing 85% of 4th grade math on ALEKS.
We love our second grade students! They are working hard in class, being good friends, and making great decisions! We appreciate their great examples! Congratulations: Preston, Abraham, Brennon, Camryn, Amy, Justus, Colbie, Morgan (not pictured), Makenna, Koree, Luna, and Ronin.
We also want to give a shout out to all of our Buckle winners. Thanks for practicing those math facts!!
We've been in school for 100 days! But.... who's counting anyway? The first and second grade students are counting!! We had such a great day celebrating with games, snacks, math activities, writing activities, and even a little dress up. And, our first grade teachers and their students looked like some amazing 100-year-olds!
Every Thursday, Mrs. Hancock's 4th graders visit their buddies in Miss Packard's 1st grade class. It's definitely a highlight of the week! Students take turns reading stories to and with each other, and they also enjoy just getting to know one another. We're already looking forward to next Thursday!
For February, Meadow Brook students will be learning about Habit 6: Synergyze. This habit teaches the students the importance of getting along with others and working in groups. The students will learn if they work as a team, they can get more done and come up with better solutions than they could alone. Synergy is a valuable habit that can be used in many aspects of our lives: the home, school, community, workplace, teams, and clubs, to name a few. If you would like to encourage Habit 6 in the home you can organize, plan, and implement a family service project. You can also work as a
4th grade just wrapped up their science unit on soil. We reviewed by making an edible soil profile, complete with 3 layers of soil (bedrock, subsoil, and topsoil) and different things you'd find in the layers. Plants and roots help slow erosion, and creatures like worms add to the organic material that gives topsoil its rich nutrients. We had a blast, and the kids loved "eating dirt!"