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Newsletter and Spelling List – Week of Sept. 23-27

September 20, 2013

Mr. Lucas Newsletter

Fri., Sept. 20, 2013

Readers Workshop

This week in Reader’s Workshop we continued to talk about making connections when we read. We also read some books about Johnny Appleseed so we learned more about who he was.

 Math

This week we continued our work with addition and subtraction and how the two are related.

 Parent-Teacher Conferences

For the first round of Parent-Teacher conferences I would like to meet with as many of you as I can. I will be sending a note home soon offering what times I will have available for conferences. I will schedule conferences on Tuesday, October 1, and I will also have times on Thursday, Oct. 3, which is the official conference day. I am sending home a conference sign up paper with every student, so please, if you can meet me one of those days, sign up for times that work for you!

Field Trip is Coming
Thursday, October 17

On Thursday, October 17, we will be taking a 2nd grade field trip. We will be going to Koinonia, which is an outdoor nature center south of Pierceton. This is an all-day trip. If you would like to join us, please let me know.

Upcoming Dates to Remember


Thur. Oct. 3– Parent/Teacher Conferences

Thur. Oct. 17 – 2nd grade field trip
Oct. 24-25– Fall Break

Spelling List for Week of Sept. 23-27

  1. broke

  2. choke

  3. cute

  4. flake

  5. spine

  6. bag

  7. map

  8. snake

  9. skate

  10. rain
    word wall words
  11. black

  12. crash

  13. made

  14. make

    (list 3)

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