December 9th-13th

Specials schedule:                                                             

1st quarter: Art 

2nd quarter: Music*

3rd quarter: Technology

4th quarter: Gym  Please make sure your child has gym clothes everyday.

Weekly News

-With the weather turning colder, please remember to have your students come to school dressed in appropriate attire. We will continue to go outside for recess until the weather becomes too cold.

-Monday the 9th is our $1 Jeans day. The money raised form this jeans day will be donated to Heartbeat of Lima.

-On Tuesday we will have grandparents day. Following lunch, all guests are invited to meet in the classroom for an activity.

-We will be having reconciliation on Wednesday to prepare our hearts and minds for the Christmas season.

-Thursday will be our all schools mass at LCC to celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe, so we will not be celebrating mass at our normal Wednesday time.

e we learning this week


This week, we will begin reading "I Survived the Bombing of Pearl Harbor."


This week, we will be reviewing chapter 5 content. We will be working on a practice end of the unit assessment and take Thursday and Wednesday to complete our Chapter 5 unit test.

Students can now access Prodigy from home. Prodigy is an online game that helps students practice their math skills. Each student has a log in through our class that I have set up.

Homework will be required to be completed every night.

Social Studies:

This week we will continue with chapter 3. We will finish our projects over Native American Tribes of Ohio. Groups will then begin presenting their projects on Tuesday and into Wednesday. Study guides will be coming home for Chapter 3. Test will be next week Wednesday.


This week, we will be preparing our hearts for reconciliation by examining our conscience. We will also be looking at the Armor of God and how we need to always fight for good and against evil.

Language Arts:

This week, we will not be having a spelling test this week.

We will begin writing "Ugly Christmas sweater" pieces. The students will create an ugly Christmas sweater design, and will have to explain why theirs is the best. Students will take home their sweaters to decorate. 

We will also be looking at similes and metaphors with help from the Grinch.

Science: To find what is happening in science, look to Mr. Webb's page.