June 1 All Day O&A to Hagg Lake
June 1 Celebrations of Learning 5:00 - 6:30
June 3 Talent Show 9:30 at Central School
June 9 Bridging Ceremony 1pm at Taylor-Meade Auditorium (Pacific University)
June 10 Field Day at Lincoln Park and Last Day of School!
Homework Due by Thursday, June 2nd
1. Read for at least 20 minutes every night.
2. Complete at least 30 minutes of math practice.*
3. Optional writing homework: Write a blog post on Google Classroom!
*Suggested skills for 3rd grade math practice:
E.5 - E.7 Multiplication Arrays
i.4 - i.5 Division Sentences for Arrays
*Suggested 4th grade math practice:
Khan Academy, Measurement & Data: Area & Perimeter
Practice math facts/ saying multiples
Khan Academy, practice multi-digit multiplication
Khan Academy, practice multi-digit division
Upcoming Out and Abouts
Tomorrow, we we will join Pacific Outdoor Pursuits for an all day O&A to Hagg Lake. Help your student be prepared for the day by packing: water bottle, lunch, sunglasses/hat, sunscreen and extra clothes (in case they get wet). Students must wear closed toed shoes that can get wet. No flip flops or sandals. They can bring an extra pair of shoes to change into after canoeing.
Chaperones: Please meet us at Hagg Lake Boat Ramp C at 10:15am. There is a $6 entry fee. Don't forget a sack lunch, water bottle and close-toed shoes!
Breakfast Donations - Fruit and cereal/bagels needed for this week.
Become a Summer Garden Steward! - Please consider helping care for the garden this summer!
Last week, we met with trip leaders and guides from Pacific's Outdoor Pursuits program to learn about water safety and canoeing basics. Students learned to stay low as they get into their boat to help keep it steady. The guides also talked about personal flotation devices and how they should fit. We learned that most boating accidents happen on shore - not on the water! That's why it is important to wear closed toed shoes to protect your feet from injuries. Finally, the students learned emergency signals and what to do if they fall out of the boat. All students will get about 30 minutes to canoe at Hagg Lake and they will rotate to other stations on shore when they are not boating.
We also visited Step In Studio to practice our thunderstorm dance for the FGCS talent show. We hope you can come see the Plover performance on Friday, June 3rd at Central School. The talent show begins at 9:30am!