Friday, April 23, 2021

The Week of April 26, 2021

 Room 22 families,


Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue GMAS testing this upcoming week.  I will describe the daily schedule below and also send daily reminders throughout the week so we can all be on the same page. 


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 30


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


Testing Schedule for the week of April 26



Monday, April 26

Cohort A (5th):  Science 

Cohort A (4th & 6th):  No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete. 

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

Cohort C (5th):  Science

Cohort C (4th & 5th): No Zoom lesson. Work posted to Itslearning to complete. 


Tuesday, April 27

Cohort A:  Math Section 1

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

Cohort C:  Math Section 1 


Wednesday, April 28 

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

Cohort B:  Math Section 1

Cohort C:  Math Section 2 


Thursday, April 29

Cohort A:  No testing!  Please attend regularly scheduled Zoom lessons. 

Cohort B:  No testing!  Please attend regularly scheduled lessons. 

Cohort C:  No testing!  Please attend regularly scheduled Zoom lessons.


Friday, April 30 

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

Cohort B  Math Section 2 

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



Finally, we are officially at the half-way point in the last term of the school year!  Today, I will be emailing you a progress report that will list your child’s works.  6th graders will also receive a copy of their PowerSchool gradebook noting their current average for each subject.  Remember, these reports are available for you to view at any time via the ItsLearning platform (all grade levels) and the PowerSchool Parent Access program (6th grade only).  


Please do not hesitate to ask (via Remind or email) if you have any questions.


Have a nice weekend,

Trent


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