I hope you had a great weekend. I can't believe the Patriots did it again!
We loved having Ms. Downes, the new elementary school METCO coordinator, read to us on Friday. Haven't gotten a chance to come in yet? Please click here to sign up.
|Thank you, Ms. Downes, Mystery Reader|
WMS Community Service Day
We had a great time working cooperatively in teams to create public service announcements. Our 8th grade helpers served as executive producers of our iMovie trailers. We hope to share these engaging and informative videos with you soon!
You can view these on Thursday. Be sure you have set up your Home Access Center in order to access the report card. If you have any questions after viewing the report card about your child's progress, please contact me.
Please see below for instructions for access:
You can sign up for a March parent/teacher conference by clicking here. I look forward to meeting with you.Buddies
It was great seeing some of you at the MLK dinner on Friday night. I was so proud of Micah, who was part of a fabulous on stage performance. With our 4th Grade Buddies, our class created posters to decorate the venue in honor of Martin Luther King. The posters were lovely and many people commented on the great, cooperative work. Fantastic!
Our States of Matter unit is coming to an end. Our class did an experiment with Ms. Knox on Wednesday during our science rotations. Salt crystals look amazing after the water around them is evaporated! Ask your child about it. The culmination of this fascinating unit will be our (rescheduled) visit from the Acton Discover Museum next week.
"Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken."
"Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country."
These were only a couple of the inspirational quotes we heard today. Students are doing a fabulous job sharing and explaining what these quotes mean to them. We look forward to hearing everyone's quote by the end of the week. Here is the Sharing Schedule: