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Welcome Back to School!
- posted by Mrs Livingood on July 28, 2014 and has No Comments
Dear Carden Families, It is with great pleasure that I welcome all of you to the 2014-2015 school year! I know I say this every year, but I am always in such awe with what a wonderful school year we have planned. As many of you know, this is our 35th year as a school. …Continue Reading
Kindergarten Weekly Schedule
- posted by Mrs. Binkley on August 3, 2014 and has No Comments
Kindergarten Schedule 2014-2015 Monday: Music 10:45-11:15 am Tuesday: PE 10:15-10:45 am, Health 12:55-1:25 pm Wednesday: Computer 2-2:45 pm Thursday: Music 10:45-11:15 am Friday: PE 10:15-10:45 am
- posted by Mrs. Ram on November 26, 2014 and has No Comments
Happy Thanksgiving! It’s Thanksgiving week! What a fun time to learn about the pilgrims and being thankful On Monday, the students made finger puppets and reenacted the first Thanksgiving for their classmates It was great to see the students working and collaborating together. Tuesday we had a fun writing activity about who (or what) is best to …Continue Reading
- posted by Mrs. Ram on August 22, 2014 and has No Comments
Science and Art fun!
This past week has been such a fun week full of apples activities! From math to art, who knew we could have so much fun with apples! MATH: In math we learned how to divide a solid in half as well as count, add, and graph the apple seeds. SCIENCE: Learning about different types of apples …Continue Reading
- posted by Mrs. Ram on August 11, 2014 and has No Comments
What a fun week! This past week was filled lots of writing, science, and art! Here are a few highlights: As a class we learned about and wrote our first paragraph! We wrote about why George Washington was a good man, and students helped brain storm and create sentences. In Science we asked what makes thunder …Continue Reading
Chain and “O” ring Science experiment
- posted by Ms. Nichols on February 11, 2015 and has No Comments
Bird Report Assignment
Our Grade 2 class are learning the Scientific Method by following a series of steps. It involves learning through observation and experimentation. Our question: Does the length of the chain make a difference in connecting to the “O” ring? Hypothesis: Some student say “Yes”, and some students say “No”. After testing 3 different chain lengths, …Continue Reading
- posted by Ms. Nichols on February 4, 2015 and has No Comments
January 2015 update
February 3, 2015 Dear Parents, Our Grade 2 class have been studying a variety of birds, and specific characteristics of birds. Each child has chosen a different bird. The requirements are: A rough draft or first copy of factual bird sentences is due the week of February 23rd (about 3weeks or before; just the 20 …Continue Reading
- posted by Ms. Nichols on January 26, 2015 and has No Comments
January 12, 2015 Happy New Year Grade 2 Parents, We are all eager to do our best in the New Year! This is the 3rd Quarter and we will be studying many new concepts in reading, language, spelling, vocabulary, social studies, science, math, and penmanship (cursive). Some of our special events: Studying birds for 8 …Continue Reading
LESSON 67 MAY 13-15
- posted by Rosemary Gardner on May 11, 2015 and has No Comments
LESSON 66 MAY 11-13
LESSON 67 knife knives knee kneel knot knock know knew write wrote wring wrong wrinkle wrist broad broadcast
- posted by Rosemary Gardner on and has No Comments
LESSON 66 eye eyelids laugh sew busy buisness aunt foreign any many woman women minute sure surely sugar fashion view
- posted by Ms. Stoner on August 19, 2014 and has No Comments
Fifth Grade Opening
This week the fifth grade class will be learning about Ludvig Van Beethoven during our “Fine Arts Fridays.” If you have some of his music at home, play a little bit. It is a great start for them. We will be listening to his music in class, but the more they hear it, the more …Continue Reading
- posted by Ms. Stoner on August 11, 2014 and has No Comments
On Friday, August 15 the fifth grade class will be leading the school in the morning opening. Please be at the school at 8:10 if you plan on coming. the program begins at 8:15. Hope to see you all there.
- posted by Ms. Stoner on and has No Comments
This year, I am trying a new, faster approach in getting in touch with you, the parents. We will be using a Scholastic sponsored Class Messenger. in the next few days you should be receiving an email from them. please follow the directions to sign up. if you did not leave your email with me …Continue Reading
no math homework
- posted by sbennon on March 27, 2015 and has No Comments
Hard Work Paid Off!!!
Hi everybody! Please don’t stress about the math homework I assigned. I wasn’t able to post the link so decided to give everybody a break from homework.
- posted by sbennon on February 13, 2015 and has No Comments
Today’s Video About the Brain
I am soon proud of our hard-working students! Great job today!
- posted by sbennon on January 6, 2015 and has No Comments
- posted by Ms. Davidson on February 23, 2015 and has No Comments
Hello families- First, here are our weekly outlines for each grade: Week 27 *There is no spelling this week due to the upcoming long weekend* UPCOMING EVENTS: This Wednesday is our Rodeo Program @ 1:30pm – Come join the fun! The Book Fair is on campus until Wednesday, Feb. 25th! Our final DC trip meeting …Continue Reading
- posted by Ms. Davidson on February 9, 2015 and has No Comments
Week 24! (Sorry… It’s been a while!)
Hello Families! Welcome to another new week! Theres a lot going on around here, so lets get started! First off, here are the weekly outlines for this week: 6th Grade- Weekly Outline 7th Grade- Weekly Outline 8th Grade- Weekly Outline 6th grade is moving into learning about the life of Jesus, as well as some …Continue Reading
- posted by Ms. Davidson on February 2, 2015 and has No Comments
Hello everyone- I’m so sorry for the long gap between blog posts. I would love to blame the internet problems we were having but, truth be told, it’s my fault and I won’t try to excuse myself. Anyway, here are the weekly outlines for each class: 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade This week is not …Continue Reading
3rd Annual National School Choice Event 2015
- posted by Ms. Nichols on January 27, 2015 and has No Comments
3rd Annual National School Choice Week 2015 A Gem in the Desert 4:00 p.m. First Forty receive a yellow scarf National School Choice Dance 4:10 p.m. Ms. Nichols Welcomes all Carden Family and Friends Mrs. Jeppson leads Pledge of Allegiance Mia Montoya sings the Star Spangled Banner Mrs. Livingood National School Choice ~Carden of Tucson …Continue Reading