Friday, April 16, 2021

The Week of April 19, 2021

 Room 22 families,


There will be a few changes to our schedule as we begin GMAS testing this upcoming week.  We will begin with the ELA (English/Language Arts) section of the test.  I will describe the daily schedule below and also send daily reminders throughout the week so we can all be on the same page.  Please note that it has changed slightly from what I previously sent to you.   


Required work assignments for everyone this week will include:


  1. Saxon Skills Maintenance 

  2. ReadWorks Comprehension

  3. Study spelling list for a Quiz Friday, April 23

  4. Charles Ellis Presents: “The Fundamental Needs of Humans (Clothing)” Project (Due Friday, April 23)


On testing days, students who are not testing will have asynchronous work posted on ItsLearning to complete.


Testing Schedule for the week of April 19


Monday, April 19 

No testing.  All cohorts will have regularly scheduled Writing Zoom lessons. 


Tuesday, April 20

Cohort A (6th):  ELA Section 1

Cohort A (4th & 5th):  Regularly scheduled Math Zoom lessons. 

Cohort B (6th):  No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete.   

Cohort B  (4th & 5th): Regularly scheduled Math Zoom lessons. 

Cohort C (6th):  No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete.   

Cohort C  (4th & 5th): Regularly scheduled Math Zoom lessons.


Wednesday, April 21 

Cohort A:  No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete.

Cohort B:  ELA Section 1 (4th & 5th) & ELA Section 2 (6th) 

Cohort C:  ELA Section 1 


Thursday, April 22 

Cohort A:  No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete.   

Cohort B:  ELA Section 2 (4th & 5th) & ELA Section 3 (6th)

Cohort C:  ELA Section 2 


Friday, April 23 

Cohort A:  No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete.   

Cohort B  (4th & 5th): ELA Section 3 

Cohort B (6th): No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete.   

Cohort C:  ELA Section 3 


You can see there are a lot of moving parts to the logistics of testing.  Please do not hesitate to ask (via Remind or email) if you have any questions.


Have a restful weekend,

Trent


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