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NO SPELLING WORDS OR DEFINITIONS THIS WEEK DUE TO BENCHMARK TESTING TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY. 

FIELD TRIP: Thursday, April 26th

Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base to attend the 2d Maintenance Battalion Open House

OVERVIEW of TRIP:

Students can observe and interact with lots of military personnel and equipment.  Medic, guns, Humvees, robots, technology, tents, tanks, boats...you name it, they got it!

They even have a Military Blow Up Obstacle Course for letting out energy.
The 2nd Maintenance Battalion repairs all sorts of equipment and can show your kids a wide variety of military resources.  

BRING BAG LUNCH DRINK AND PERMISSION SLIP TO ATTEND. The military will have their Ball committee selling hamburgers and hot dogs along with having a food truck and the Kona Ice truck on hand to support anyone who may wish to purchase refreshments. 

 

Number the Stars Vocabulary

 

distorted (page 55): twisted

 

deftly (page 75): skillfully

 

dismayed (page 76): strongly disappointed

 

reluctantly (page 78): with some unwillingness

 

condescending (page 84): in a way that looks down upon someone else

 

sprawling (page 102): falling in a way that one’s arms and legs are spread out awkwardly

 

stricken (page 104): strongly affected by something, such as a piece of news

 

donned (page 106): put on (usually a type of clothing)

 

brusque (page 110): rude

 

insolently (page 117): disrespectfully

 

caustic (page 118): biting, harsh

 

warily (page 120): in a distrustful way

 

 

 

 

 

Homework: All students are now required to do

 

 

 

SPELLING HOMEWORK unless they have a 90 or higher AVERAGE on Power School

 

 

 

Monday:  2 column notes

 

 

 

Tuesday:  word build

 

 

 

Wednesday:  sentence with each word

 

 

 

Thursday:  Practice test and turn it in

 

 

 

Friday:  Spelling and definition test

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

distorted (page 55): twisted

deftly (page 75): skillfully

dismayed (page 76): strongly disappointed

reluctantly (page 78): with some unwillingness

condescending (page 84): in a way that looks down upon someone else

sprawling (page 102): falling in a way that one’s arms and legs are spread out awkwardly

stricken (page 104): strongly affected by something, such as a piece of news

donned (page 106): put on (usually a type of clothing)

brusque (page 110): rude

insolently (page 117): disrespectfully

caustic (page 118): biting, harsh

warily (page 120): in a distrustful way

 

 

Homework: All students are now required to do

 

SPELLING HOMEWORK unless they have a 90 or higher AVERAGE on Power School

 

Monday:  2 column notes

 

Tuesday:  word build

 

Wednesday:  sentence with each word

 

Thursday:  Practice test and turn it in

 

Friday:  Spelling and definition test

 

 

 

 

 

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 ALL STUDENTS NEED HEADPHONES OR EAR BUDS :  If your child does not have ear buds please make sure they get a pair ASAP. Many of the programs we use have audio and it is difficult to focus, concentrate and comprehend when students without headphones have their audio playing.

 

   

 

 


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