Posts from the ‘Grade 4’ Category
Pre-K will finish their pots of gold coloring sheets and mount them on green construction paper in time for St. Patrick’s Day
Kindergarten and 1st grades will use soft pastels to draw landscapes to help them identify horizon lines
1st and 2nd grades will turn their Kandinsky themed paper plates into circular looms
Students Government would like to thank all of the students and faculty for your tremendous support in our food packs program. We collected enough food to make 105 food packs for Sumner County students! (That is 25 more than last year!). Great Job SJV!
2/29 – 3/4
Reading: The Golden Spike: buzzing, hastily, ceremony, transcontinental, laborers, assistance, thrive, locomotives
chronic, chronology, chronicle, biome, biology, bionic, biography, energy, energetic, hydrate, hydrogen, hydrant, thermal, thermometer, thermostat, monarch, architect, type, typical, prototype
Social Studies: Revolutionary War – Test on pocket 1.
Math: Continue to memorize multiplication facts
Science: The Atmosphere
We will be going to The Compassion Experience in Lebanon on March 7. There will be no cost and permission slips will go out Monday.
It’s finally here! Next week we will be celebrating Catholic School’s Week here at SJV! This is a very special week for all those children, who have the privilege of receiving a Catholic School Education, to celebrate their academics, selves, friends, family, and their school. Each day is devoted to a different theme or happening. One of the bigger events is Grandparent’s (Special Person’s) Day. We will be celebrating this on February 5th, beginning at 8:00, with an all school Mass. Please DO NOT let the name narrow the chances of a student not participating. We here at SJV understand the different dynamics of families. We would love for each child to feel included and participate in this beautiful day. If a grandparent is not available, please consider asking another family member or close family friend. It should also be noted that, the day is a half-day with NO aftercare. Students will leave by 11:30 that day, with their grandparents, special person, or parent.
If you have not turned in your RSVP, please do so by Friday, January 29th! If you have misplaced the copy sent home last week, you can find one below or as an attachment in this week’s newsletter.
Saint John Vianney Catholic School
Annual Grandparent’s Day
February 5, 2016
8:00 am – 11:30 am
All SJV grandparents are cordially invited to
help us conclude our celebration of
Catholic Schools Week
at Grandparent’s Day.
Grandparents/Special Persons are asked to arrive at the church for 8:00 am Mass, after which we have several activities planned.
Students may leave with their grandparents/special persons (with parent permission), or may be picked up for dismissal, at 11:30 am. *note that there will not be aftercare this day
In order to plan for the day, please complete the RSVP form below, and return it to the school no later than January 29th, 2016. If your child’s grandparents are not able to attend, please feel free to invite another relative or family friend, but be sure to RSVP for them as well.
We look forward to seeing you on February 5th!
Grandparents Day RSVP – Please return by January 29th.
Name of Student(s):______________________________________________
Name(s) of Grandparent/Guest Attending:_____________________________
____ My child/children may go home with the aforementioned grandparent/guest on this day.
____ My child/children will be picked up at dismissal. (11:30 am)
____ I would like to earn volunteer hours by assisting with the festivities.
Parent Name (please print) Parent Signature