Monday: Monday is Step up day. The students will spend some time in the 1st grade classroom and get a preview of the next school year.

Tuesday: We will have our last buddy day activity with 5th grade. We will be spending time together and make yogurt parfaits. Please let me know if your child has any specific allergies or diets. We will have yogurt, fruit, and granola.

Friday: We will be walking to the church for the 8th grade mass. There will be NO spirit dress. The students will need to wear their uniform. Peter’s dad will be brining in some treats for the kids to celebrate Peter’s birthday (August 15).

Yearbooks: The students will be getting their yearbooks this week. They will have time during the week to sign others’ yearbooks and to get theirs signed from other students in the school.

Spelling Test: There will be no spelling test this week. 

Classroom cleanup: The students will be bringing a lot of their work home this week. We will slowly be cleaning out the classroom and taking home journals we have been working on during the school year. Please take the time to look through the work your child is bringing home. It’s great to see all the work they’ve done and the progress they’ve made during the year.

Graduation: I can’t believe the students will be graduating in one week. The year has gone by so quickly! I’m not ready to let them go to first grade. I have truly enjoyed having each student in my class and getting to know each one of them. They are all great kids with great personalities and hearts.

The graduation will begin at 11am. Parents and family can enter O’Ryan hall through the yard or the stairs by the girls bathroom/classroom. If anyone comes to school after 11 am, they will have to come through the stairs by the girls bathroom/classroom. After the ceremony, we will have a small party.

Homework

MATH: Review or complete the math addition sheet your child is bringing home daily.

PHONICS: Complete phonics worksheets your child is bringing home.

READING: Please read with your child for10 minutes or let your child read to you.

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