Spelling and Vocabulary Words


Spelling Words:

No spelling test this week.


Vocabulary Words:

layer, music, celebrate, freedom, predator, reflection, volcano, speaker

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Monday, 15 October 2018

IMPORTANT NEWS:
Parent Teacher Conferences are on Thursday, please bring your student
with you if possible. If you can’t make your appointment, come when you
can and I will find the time to see you.


Yearbooks are for sale for $10 in the office.


Red Ribbon Week is coming in October! If you would like to purchase
some spirit wear and support our PBIS Wolf Store, here is the link: https://newburgredribbonweek.itemorder.com


Some updates have been made to our text message notification system
(School Messenger). If you think you should be receiving text message
notifications from Newburg R-II Schools and are not, simply text "yes"
to 67587. You should receive a reply acknowledging your message. If you
do not receive a reply, notify the school (tech@newburg.k12.mo.us, kdelong@newburg.k12.mo.us or debarnes@newburg.k12.mo.us) that your
phone number is missing from our messaging system.


Things to remember:
Please send a snack with your student daily.

Remember to check ClassDojo often, I try and share both
class and individual student events several times per week.


Your child is welcome to keep a water bottle on the counter
in the classroom.


Reading:
No spelling test this week! We will be taking some reading assessments
to help me better assist each student with meeting their reading goals.  


For our morning reading assignments, we now have choices. That means
your student gets to choose which article they read from a list of
options.


Our entire class has reached 200% of our A.R. Goal for first quarter,
so we will be having a little party with our High School reading pals
this week. We will also be going on the A.R. field trip with Mr. Mudd.


Writing:
Our writing project went super, we had a great time learning things
we didn’t know about ourselves and each other. This week, we are just
working on sentences and vocabulary, no special project.  


Math:
We are learning how to tell time, and starting to learn measuring
skills. Of course, we are always working on addition, subtraction
and place value. We have seen some great improvements recently.


Please contact me anytime you have a question or a concern!


                                       Thank you and have a great week,

Mr. Clark

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Sunday, 7 October, 2018

IMPORTANT NEWS:
Parent Teacher Conferences are scheduled, please let me know if you
need to make any changes. I will do my best to be available whenever
works best!


Yearbooks are for sale for $10 in the office.


Red Ribbon Week is coming in October! If you would like to purchase
some spirit wear and support our PBIS Wolf Store, here is the link: https://newburgredribbonweek.itemorder.com


Some updates have been made to our text message notification system
(School Messenger). If you think you should be receiving text message
notifications from Newburg R-II Schools and are not, simply text "yes"
to 67587. You should receive a reply acknowledging your message. If you
do not receive a reply, notify the school (tech@newburg.k12.mo.us,
kdelong@newburg.k12.mo.us or debarnes@newburg.k12.mo.us) that your
phone number is missing from our messaging system.


Things to remember:
Please send a snack with your student daily.

Remember to check ClassDojo often, I try and share both
class and individual student events several times per week.


Your child is welcome to keep a water bottle on the counter
in the classroom.


Reading:
We will take our spelling test on Friday so please practice
Spelling and vocabulary words at home when you have time.
We only have 8 words this week, because we only have four days.


This week we will be reading about thunderstorm safety, baby camels,
Moles, and what a crossing guard does.


We will continue working towards our AR goal, of 200% for the entire
class.


Writing:
Last week we completed our research papers. This was a really big
writing project and challenged us but we learned a lot, too.
This week we are going to work on the history of our name, so please
expect your student to come home with questions.


Math:
We are learning how to tell time, and starting to learn measuring
skills. Of course, we are always working on addition, subtraction
and place value. We have seen some great improvements recently.


Please contact me anytime you have a question or a concern!


                                       Thank you and have a great week,

Mr. Clark

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Sunday, September 30, 2018

IMPORTANT NEWS:
Yearbooks are for sale for $10 in the office.


Picture Day is October 4th


Red Ribbon Week is coming in October! If you would like to purchase
some spirit wear and support our PBIS Wolf Store, here is the link:
https://newburgredribbonweek.itemorder.com


Some updates have been made to our text message notification system
(School Messenger). If you think you should be receiving text message
notifications from Newburg R-II Schools and are not, simply text "yes"
to 67587. You should receive a reply acknowledging your message. If you
do not receive a reply, notify the school (tech@newburg.k12.mo.us,
kdelong@newburg.k12.mo.us or debarnes@newburg.k12.mo.us) that your
phone number is missing from our messaging system.


Things to remember:
Please send a snack with your student daily.

Remember to check ClassDojo Often, I try and share both
class and individual student events several times per week.


Your child is welcome to keep a water bottle on the counter
in the classroom.


Reading:
We will take our spelling test on Friday so please practice
Spelling and vocabulary words at home when you have time.


This week we will be reading about the moon, dogs, animals in the arctic,
Beavers and windy weather.


We will continue working towards our AR goal, of 200% for the entire
class.


Writing:
Last week we completed our letters of appreciation and had a great time
delivering them to each person. This week we are going to work on
how to research something of interest, take notes and write a paper on
our discovery.


Math:
We are learning how to tell time, and starting to learn measuring
skills. Of course, we are always working on addition, subtraction
and place value.  


Please contact me anytime you have a question or a concern!


                                       Thank you and have a great week,
Mr. Clark


STUDENT REPORT:


Unfortunately, because of our Popsicle party, we didn’t have time for the
student report last week.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Saturday, 22 September 2018

IMPORTANT NEWS:
Yearbooks are for sale for $10 in the office.

Picture Day is October 4th

Red Ribbon Week is coming in October! If you would like
to purchase some spirit wear and support our PBIS Wolf Store, here is the link: https://newburgredribbonweek.itemorder.com

Some updates have been made to our text message notification system (School Messenger). If you think you should be receiving text message notifications from Newburg R-II Schools and are not, simply text "yes" to 67587. You should receive a reply acknowledging your message. If you do not receive a reply, notify the school (tech@newburg.k12.mo.us, kdelong@newburg.k12.mo.us or debarnes@newburg.k12.mo.us) that your phone number is missing from our messaging system.

Things to remember:
Please send a snack with your student daily.

Remember to check ClassDojo Often, I try and share
bothclass and individual student events several times
per week.

Your child is welcome to keep a water bottle on the
counterin the classroom.

Reading:
We will take our spelling test on Friday so please
practice at home if you have time.

This week we will be reading about tree leaves,
groundhogs, what laws are, sound and concerts,
and the stars in the night sky.

We will continue working towards 200% of our A.R.
Goal. Congratulations to the two students that have
already made it!

Writing:
Last week, we completed our first creative writing
project. Each of us wrote our own fictional story and
then presented it to the class.


This week, we will be writing letters of appreciation.

Math:
We are learning how to tell time, and starting to
learn measuring skills. Of course, we are always
working on addition, subtraction and place value.  

Please contact me anytime you have a question
or a concern!

                           Thank you and have a great week,
Mr. Clark

STUDENT REPORT:

I had fun playing Prodigy Math.

I learned how to write a story.

I learned about turtles, snakes, and time.

I learned about alligator.

I Learned how to do mobymax. Reading was fun.

I loved writing a story of my own.

I learned 6-3=3 and I enjoyed readworks.

I got to learn about amphibians.

I learned about vowel town.