CONGRATULATIONS 5-2!!! YOU RECEIVED POSTCARDS FROM ALL 50 STATES!!!
Coming in at a very close second is 5-3 with 44 states and 5-1 has 35 states! Thank you to all of you who helped participate in this very fun contest. We have learned a lot about our 50 states!
We have one class that is sooooo close!! Here are the states that each class still needs:
Here are some postcards that have come in recently with no student names. Please claim if you recognize any of them.
-Two came in from Virginia and they look like they came from the same person. They are showing Virginia Wildlife.
-North Dakota - Highway Patrol sent.
-Kentucky - Friends of Mammoth Cave
As we finish out the school year, I want us to finish out strong! Lately, disruption in the classroom has increased yet expectations have always remained the same. To protect everyone's right to learn, I have added a new consequence when classroom expectations have not been met. The first consequence has always been a warning, now the second consequence will be asking the disruptive student to leave the classroom and sit in the office for the remainder of class time. This will be accompanied with a note home that will need to be signed, as well as an Academic notice to make up the work that was missed in class. Should this consequence not be sufficient and behavior continues, the final consequence will be automatic detention with dismissal from the classroom if warranted.
It is my hope that I never have to send anyone out of my classroom as providing students with as much learning opportunity as possible is my main goal. Reviewing the classroom rules and consequences with your child and discussing with them what this means and looks like, also goes a long way in helping me help your child be successful in class.
As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns you may have. I continually thank you for your support of me and my students.
1. Respect yourself, your peers, your teacher, and your surroundings.
2. Raise your hand silently to speak.
3. Follow all directions quickly the first time they are given.
Center Drive PTG
May Calendar Raffle
For every day in May, that’s 31 days, a winner will be drawn to win the item of the day. Some days have multiple winners, marked by (x_) on calendar. Calendar tickets cost $10 each. Each ticket is eligible to win 36 prizes. Tickets will be sold in April with the first drawing held May 1st. You may purchase a ticket from any student at Center Drive School, or you may contact CDS PTG at email@example.com.
Daily winners will be contacted via phone & posted to our website and Facebook pages. https://cdsptg.wixsite.com/website Or https://www.facebook.com/CenterDriveSchoolPTG/
(Each of the following file downloads are being sent home with your child tonight.)
A message from our own Kristina Judkins:
"My name is Kristina Judkins. I am in 5th grade and when I was two years old I had cancer. Now I am cancer free. Every year I got Relay for Life to raise money to find a cure for cancer.
This year's fund raiser is to fill the eggs with coins. Each grade will have 60 eggs to fill. You can fill them during break Monday through Thurfsday next week. This Friday and next Friday will be Hat Days. Put 50 cents in an egg an you can wear your hat for the day.
In the hallway will be a bulletin board showing each grade's progress. Thanks for your support."
Our very own Ella D'Auria entered the 2018 OSHER Map Making Contest and her map is in the top 10!!
To win, she needs our votes. Please click on the link below to vote for Ella's map. Voting begins today at noon.
Thank you for your support and congratulations and good luck Ella!!