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3W October 23rd Day 6

Good Evening 3W Families,

At the front of the school, the lost and found will be on display from today, October 23, to Friday, October 27.  Please have your student check the items, or drop in to view them yourself. Remaining items will be bagged at the end of the day, Friday, October 27.

Your child should have brought home a classroom party note today. Please let me know if they did not bring that home or do not bring it home tomorrow (a few may have forgotten it).

Your child should have also brought home a BLUE duo-tang called "Term 1 Targets." This duo-tang is where we keep quizzes, tests, rubrics, and other assessment data that does not fit will in our Wolf Track Portfolio (visual journal). Please read over the social quiz with them, sign it, and have them return it to school tomorrow. This duo-tang NEEDS to be passed between home and school to help ensure communication. I always require it back at school (unless the term is over - then it will be sent home for good!). Please email me if you have any questions or concerns! 

Math --> We will have a short patterning test on Thursday/Friday this week (depending on how our week goes!). We have worked hard in class to learn our patterning targets so studying is not required. If your student demonstrates trouble with this task, we will be in touch or you will notice when it is sent home in the blue duo-tang Term 1 Tartgets next week.

We have been learning to skip count by 25s to 1,000. Ask your child if they are able to do this and what pattern they notice in the numbers! If they are not sure, you can practice this at home. They should also know that a quarter is worth 25 cents. 

Registration for parent/teacher/student conferences will be open this week so please be sure to sign up so you are able to get a spot that works for your family. If you are new to the school and unsure of how to sign up, please touch base with the office. Conference times will be available for November 8th and 9th from 4:00-8:00pm (in 15 minute blocks). 

Enjoy your evening,

Mrs. Wurz