Mrs. Rudenjak's Class:
Things to know:
Red Ribbon Week is this week. The following is the schedule for school-wide participation:
Mon. 10/25th- Dress in Red to kick off Red Ribbon Week
Tues. 10/26th- Wear a team jersey/t-shirt to "Team up against drugs"
Wed. 10/27th: Wear your favorite hat to "Put a Cap on Drugs"
Thurs. 10/28th: Wear neon or bright colors so "My Future is Bright...No Drugs!"
Fri. 10/29th: Wear a Halloween costume to "Scare Away Drugs"
Here are some upcoming events :
- Wednesday-Book Fair: 10/27 at 10:20 am
- Thursday- Trunk or Treat rescheduled due to weather forecast
- Friday- Halloween Celebration at Elms: dress up if you'd like and small treats to shareREMEMBER: If you choose to share treats, make sure it's individually wrapped AND store bought.
Mrs. Lori Rudenjak
Many parents have already seen the benefits of joining Remind. Please consider joining the Remind App in order to be connected via texts.
The Remind info. is as follows:
- Send a text to 81010
- Text this message: @ae3f64 (this is a different code than what I posted for last year).
PTN CORNER:October is here and that means we are ready for some Halloween fun! It's time for our annual pumpkin decorating contest and trunk or treat events. We hope you can participate!Pumpkin Decorating Contest: Please open the attachment to see all the details about our pumpkin decorating contest which will begin Oct. 11th. Let's fill our Elms' hallways with wonderful pumpkins!Trunk or Treat: Our trunk or treat event will take place on Monday, Oct. 25th, with a rain date of Oct. 28th. Please click the link for all of the details and RSVP by Oct. 18th if your family plans to participate. Families can choose to decorate their trunks (prizes for the best ones!) or just trick or treat. We hope to see you there! Trunk or Treat details and sign upIf you have any questions, please contact Laura at Lauraspencer74@gmail.com.Regards,Elms PTN
Recess Daily: 2:05-2:25
Science/Social Studies: 2:30-3:10
Please support your child at home to help them problem solve when doing homework or if your child lets you know they're struggling with a concept. Utilizing online sites is a great way to reinforce skills learned in school.
Also, it is imperative that your child is fluent with Multiplication facts up to 12 times tables. The topics moving forward, such as Fractions and Division, requires the students to have mastery of their facts. Utilizing online sites or just plain old-fashion flashcards are great resources for your child to practice daily.
Our Google Classroom will have many assignments posted weekly. I usually include links to videos and sites for additional help.
If you forgot your Math book or need additional help with your Math HW, please use the online resources. Savvas Realize will give you examples of your math lessons in addition to math videos that will reteach the lesson.
Classroom Rules & Behaviors That Support Learning:
School needs to be a safe and happy place to come to everyday.
- Show respect towards each other
- Interact appropriately with classmates
- Use good word choice & actions when disagreeing with someone(self-control)
- Put forth good effort consistently
- Stay on task and focused to learn, consistently
- Follow directions, consistently