Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Week of December 17th, 2012

Hello students and family,

Here are some announcements for the week:
  • There will be NO tutoring today after school
  • All students are signed up for one item to bring to Friday's class Christmas party and must also turn in $5 to go towards pizza
  • Friday is a short day with noon dismissal
In math we are working on prime & composite numbers as well as prime factorization. We will be taking our Topic 9 Test this Thursday. Please review the videos below for practice:
Prime Number Activity
Composite Numbers Activity
Finding factors of a number
Prime Factorization
Prime Factorization Activity

Enjoy some of the pictures below from our Christmas Program:

Monday, December 10, 2012

Week of December 10, 2012

Dear Parents,

The students are going to be performing songs with an Egyptian theme. The following students have specific parts in the performance that require specific costumes.
Kamyron Westby, Jaden Sutherland, Angel Sanchez: The Three Wise Men
Haccel Martinez & Scarlet Najera: The King & Queen
Briana: Angel Gabriel
Gerson Portillo, D’Anthony Ward, and David Garcia: Guards
Ianna McClellan & Erik Juarez: Mary and Joseph
Douglas Perez: Court Jester
Angel Martinez: Court Juggler

Every other student is expected to be dressed in either a Roman Toga or as a shepherd, similar to the students’ costumes in last year’s Christmas program. If your child does not have a specific part, or is not a specific character in the program, their costume should look something like this:


Estimados padres de familia,

Los estudiantes se van a interpretar canciones con un tema egipcio. Los siguientes estudiantes tienen partes específicas en el desempeño que requieren trajes específicos.

Kamyron Westby, Jaden Sutherland, Angel Sanchez: Los Reyes Magos
Haccel Najera Martinez & Scarlet: El Rey y Reyna
Gerson Portillo, D'Anthony Ward, y David García: Guardias
Ianna McClellan y Erik Juarez:  María y José
Douglas Pérez: Bufón de la Corte
Angel Martinez: Malabaristo

Todos los otros estudiantes se espera que esté bien vestido con una toga romana o como un pastor, similar a los trajes de los estudiantes en el programa de Navidad del año pasado. Si su hijo no tiene una parte específica, o no es un carácter específico en el programa, su traje debería ser algo como los que estan arriba.