Weekly Outline

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Weekly Outline 

October 15th-19th


Language Arts  

(Ms. Desa)  

Open Court Reading: We are starting our Unit: Let’s Read. This week we will read various books that focus on adjectives.


Spelling: This week we will begin spelling. Our spelling words will be introduced on Monday. Students will practice these words in class. Each night there will be homework assigned to help the students. Group 1s words are: us, rug, luck, tug, must, hunt, bug, duck, stuck, lunch.  Group 2s words are: free, bright, from, brush, break, frog, broom, fresh, front, bread.


Writing: This week students will work on different writing techniques in their Handwriting Without Tears workbooks. We will focus on correctly forming our our “Aa” and “Dd”


(Ms. Desa)  

This week students will continue to focus on Saxon Lessons 35-40 and will have a math test on Friday. 

Physical Education 

(Coach Fretz) 

Students will be taking part in soccer skills and games this week.  Students will also take part in the beep test and cooperative games to earn points for their House (Torrin, Malliag, Kyleakin).


(Ms. James)  

This week, each student will continue working on their independent POP Art Project in class.


(Mr. Kudera) 

The students will continue their journey through the orchestral families.  This week, they will explore the family of percussion instruments. They will also practice the song A Wish for Peace for the Remembrance Day ceremony.


(Mme. Israil) 

This week students  will be introduced to French classroom essential expressions , we will review pronouns. This week we will be introduced to “Halloween vocabulary “

Social Studies 

(Ms. Desa) 

This week in social studies we will begin our 1st unit: Roles & Responsibility. This week we will continue to focus on “I am responsible”


(Ms. Desa)  

Students will continue our unit on “Daily and Seasonal Changes”. This week we will continue to explore the Sun and our shadows.


(Coach Fretz)  

Students will be looking at nutrition facts on different food items to identify healthy nutrients and non-healthy ingredients.


(Mr. Kudera)  

The students will learn the fundamentals of word-processing.


(Ms. Massaro)  

Students will work on refining tableaus through practice. They will show their tableaus at the end of the class.

Media Arts

(Mrs. Grovum)

Our theme this week is “ parts of a book”.  Students will learn the names of different parts of a book using labels, examples and lots of fun!