Good afternoon everyone!
I hope you had a wonderful week. I hope all of you wonderful mothers were spoiled yesterday! I got coffee in bed, a bacon and egg breakfast, beautiful flowers, homemade gifts, and a steak dinner!
St. Jude’s FC – A new and exciting soccer program has arrived at SJA. St. Jude’s FC is the official soccer academy affiliated with SJA, which is currently taking applicants for its inaugural season. St. Jude's FC will be playing against the best REP teams around the area. Do not miss the opportunity to sign your child up to not only play against the best, but be coached by the best as well. Please see flyer sent home for further information. If you are interested in joining, please fill out the flyer and send into Ms. Dawn. Let’s go St. Jude’s FC!!
Summer Camp – Ms. Smith is now accepting registrations for summer camp. Please see flyer below for more information or contact Ms. Smith at email@example.com.
Upcoming Dates & Events
Tuesday, May 15 - JK-Grade 2 Spelling Bee – 9:00 AM
Wednesday, May 16 – Grade 3-8 Spelling Bee – 9:00 AM
Thursday, May 17 – JK-Grade 2 Arts’ Night – afternoon and evening performance at The City Church
Friday, May 19 – PD Day – No School
Monday, May 21 – Victoria Day – No School
Tuesday, May 22 – After care payments due
Tuesday, May 29 – Casual Day
Wednesday, May 30 – Grade 3-8 Arts’ Night - afternoon and evening performance at The City Church
Friday, May 31 – SJA/TMA Inner School Spelling Bee Competition
Today was our math test. We have two more short units to cover this year. There are only a few lessons in each unit so things will move rather quickly!
Today we began spelling lesson #33 on compound words. A compound word is when two separate words are joined to make one word, such as knapsack. We also visited our reading buddies.
We also continued to practice our Arts’ Night performance. The song that we are singing is ‘Parents Just Don’t Understand’ by Will Smith, which is a rap song. For our costumes/outfits, I am asking for jean (baggy if possible), t-shirts, skater shoes/jogging shoes, baseball hats (we will wear them sideways), and big gold chains.
-Read 40 minutes
-Finish spelling lesson #33
We love our reading buddies!
UNIT OF INQUIRY:
Today we learned about cinquain poems. A cinquain poem consists of 5 lines with nouns, verbs and adjectives to describe a topic. It also ends with a synonym about the original topic.
-Finish cinquain poem
I hope you have a wonderful night!
Mrs. Hocevar J