Monday, February 5, 2018

Newsletter

3rd and 4th Grade Newsletter:  Week of February , 2018

We have officially started our Ocean PBL Unit!  Students have started
researching an ocean animal of their choice and have examined the importance of the water cycle and the ocean currents.  
We have a lot of upcoming events and information to get out
to parents and guardians.

Please contact us for a class list for those students who want to do
valentines for their classmates. We will give students an opportunity
to hand these out and have a small celebration at the end of the day
on the 14th.  Please look below for information.   
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email us or
give us a call.  
Thank you!
Ms. Daye and Mrs. Raynor

(802)563-2289  ext 216, 244

Upcoming Events:
  • February 7 - Ski Day at Burke and Craftsbury

  • February 10 -  Valentine’s Dance (prek-6): Saturday, February 10th from 6:00 - 7:30 in CSPAC. There will be dancing and holiday crafts with popcorn and lemonade for all. Parents and caregivers are welcome stay. This year the 8th grade class will also run a concession stand to benefit their D.C. trip.

  • February 14 - Pajamas, Books, and Bears, Oh My! Day: Students can wear PJs to school and bring their favorite stuffed animal to school.  

  • February 14 - Valentine’s Day small end of day classroom celebration

  • February 15 - Early Release Day

  • February Break - Feb 26-March 6 *Please note March 7 is a scheduled ski day*

Friday, January 12, 2018

Siskin

Siskin
BY KOLE SCOTT CURSCHMANN

How long would Ian’s foot have to be to walk
on top of the snow and not sink.  Ian’s feet would
have to 17 feet long according to his weight. We
went outside and looked at tracks. We saw
skunk and grouse tracks. Grouse grow little hairs
on their feet in the winter so they can walk on top
of the snow.