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Today I helped with last-minute details for the Awards Assembly.  I met with NHS students to finalize the officer election run-off.  I also talked with Mrs. Cross about next year’s G/T programming.  HS Awards Assembly at 10:45.  After lunch, I did a brief presentation about SMARTBoard usage for Mrs. Parks, worked with a 7th grade student, and helped a 2nd grade student with his class presentation on his Flat Project.  Mostly, I am trying to get everything squared away for summer and ready for next year!

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Reading and Language ArtsMontigue on the High Seas Day 3 PASS– listen/ask questions for understanding, speak articulately/audibly, use verbal/nonverbal communication, read high-frequency irregularly-spelled words fluently, use prereading strategies, spell words with irregular spelling patterns, demonstrate awareness of sounds, use short/long/r-controlled vowels, spell correctly words with various vowel patterns, identify cause/effect relationships, listen/ask questions for understanding, expand vocabulary by listening to/reading texts.

Math– We reviewed the concepts of time, money, and double-digit addition and subtraction.

In the afternoon after the math lesson, I allowed the children to watch a movie.

2nd Hour – Fund. Admin. Tech:  Semester test.

3rd Hour – Accounting I:  Practiced 10-key.  The students loved it and enjoyed challenging each other to races!

4th Hour – Personal Financial Literacy: Semester test.

5th Hour – Accounting II: All students were exempt.  I had yearbook staff in my classroom trying to get end of year activities in the yearbook.

6th Hour – Yearbook:     Graduation practice

7th Hour – Fund. Admin. Tech: One student needed to make up the Semester test.  All other students had fun creating a power point about the past school year and summer plans.

4th Grade PRIDE: Students had one project left to do on the Lego WeDo.  When they finished, they created their own design using any of the Lego pieces available.  We had some really cool designs.  They loved being able to make their own.

3rd Grade PRIDE: Same as 4th grade.  The boys were gone to the baseball game, so the girls designed a golf cart and a golfer out of the Lego sets.

Pre-K through 2nd Grades gone to Chuck E. Cheese.

National Honor Society came in to vote for officers throughout the day.  We have a tie for two offices.

Between returning things to students, paperwork, and miscellaneous end-of-the-year stuff, my day was full enough!

1st hr. 4th Handwriting/Spelling- Standard 3.6. Practiced writing i, t, c, & e. Discussed character quotes- Last Week of School Keeping Active & Choices. Students did activities on their laptops.

I didn’t have Kdg.- 2nd P.E. today. They were gone on their end of school trip.

2nd hr. I had Coach Brown’s 4th grade class. They did IXL math on their laptops.

3rd hr. 3rd P.E.- Took them down to the lower playground.

6th hr. 4th P.E.- Basketball Challenges.

7th hr. 4th S.S.- Students did activities on their laptops.

Wacky Olympics for Pre-K through 8th in the a.m.

National Honor Society met during lunch to go over the NHS Constitution, service hours, and officers.  Students will vote tomorrow during the day by secret ballot.

4th Grade Children’s Music Journey: Students are working hard to finish all they can this week!

Field Day

The students had a lot of fun today with the Wacky Olympics!

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