C-11 Super Citizen schedule

C11 Super Citizen Schedule for 2012-2013 snake

Kim Namek

Resource Specialist - RSP

B6 - Weekly Newsletter

Monday, October 16 -  Friday, October 20, 2017

B-6 Parents and Students:
Be sure to look through your student’s white envelope! This week there are several flyers and student work samples.

Also in your envelope are Scholastic Book Catalogs.  This is a great way to find appropriate, affordable books! If you would like to order, the easiest way is to go online to scholastic.com/bookclubs. You then can “Find Your Child’s Teacher” or enter my teacher code, GVDMG.  Please place your orders by 11/3.

Conferences are just around the corner!  Thank you all for sending in your choices - all who have sent in their selections have received a confirmation.  During conferences I will go over your student’s progress, review samples of work, and discuss behaviors. If you have specific questions, please send me an email prior to the conference!

This week we were treated to our second Cornerstone lesson by Mrs. Kramer and Mrs. Rao; be sure to read the flyer in your envelope - it has great suggestions how to reinforce this lesson at home.

Next Friday 10/27, will be our first BioSITE walking field trip! We leave Graystone at 10:45am and return at 12:20pm. Parents are welcome to join us on our walk to the creek.  If you would like to attend, please send me an email, and I will fill you in on parent expectations for the trip(s).

This week’s agenda included:

Math

Students completed Origo Module 3.

Writing

Students continued a unit on writing a realistic fictional narrative.

Social Studies

Students completed Chapter 4, Exploring California.

Literature

The students completed “The Cricket in Times Square”. Focus is key idea & details: understand and explain theme, characters, and setting.

Science

Students participated in science lab, exploring and reinforcing electric circuits.

Agenda for October 23 - October 27:

Math

Students will begin Origo unit 4.

Literature

The students will read two selections from the Houghton Miflin textbook “Tomas and the Library Lady” and “Boss of the Plains”.  Focus is key idea & details, and describe characters and setting.

Writing

Students will complete their realistic fictional narrative.

Social Studies

Chapter 4 test is Wednesday October 25; students will also research an explorer and create an informational slide show.

Reminders and Looking Ahead:

BioSITE Walking Field Trip: October 27, 10:45am-12:20pm
Pumpkin Bust October 27, evening
Halloween Parade October 31, 9am
Minimum Days, October 30 - November 3 (12:50 Dismissal)

Kristen Bernhardt

Dear Parents,
      Welcome to second grade in G-30! I am so pleased to welcome you and your child to our classroom. I know that this will be a productive and rewarding school year for all of us. I am a firm believer in providing students with a safe, hard-working, loving classroom where they can feel in control of their own learning. I plan a curriculum that meets your child where they are academically and helps them to be self-guided learners. I hope to work together with you to create a successful learning experience for your child. 
    For those of you I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting, allow me to tell you a little bit about myself. I grew up in a little city, nestled in the East Bay hills, named Orinda. I followed both of my parents’ footsteps and attended college at Chico State, where I received my bachelor’s degree in liberal studies as well as my teaching credential. I got hired at Graystone in my first interview out of college and have been teaching second grade ever since! For the last twelve years I have been Miss Chappelle. I got married last September and am beginning my first full year as Mrs. Bernhardt. My husband teaches math at Pioneer High School down the road.
    Part of being at Graystone is keeping in contact with my students’ parents and it is important to me that I do just that. My e-mail is a great way for you to contact me as I check it regularly before and after school. There will also be monthly newsletters coming home with your child that will explain upcoming events and assignments. Second graders will be responsible for nightly homework as well as additional projects that I will explain in the newsletter as they arise.
    I am looking forward to meeting you and getting to know your child. I know we will have a great year together!

Warmest Regards,
Kristen Bernhardt

Bickel, Noella

Griffin, Courtney

Reading Logs

Reading Logs

Monthly Poetry

January_Poems.pdf

Monthly Poems

January Poem

February Poems

March Poems

April poems

May Poems

September Poems

October Poems

December Poems

Monthly Poems

January_Poems1.pdf

B-5’s Zero Club for Lexia

Our goal is for every fourth-grade student to complete Lexia Level 16 before the end of the school year. B-5 works toward this goal during computer lab, but these students went an extra mile. We are proud of the following student-scholars who worked hard, not only in class, but also at home on their own time to complete this goal. We are grateful for their effort and acknowledge their accomplishment with pride.

Congratulations to the following B-5 Scholars, members of the Zero Club!

The B-5 Zero Club

Parsa Amiri
Ria Bhargava
Niki Brooke
Lucas Ching*
Ansh Dhakalia*
Nate Flesh*
Faith Fletcher*
Tanner Frank
Gabriel Gaxiola
Wen Wen (Joyce) Gu
Ella Leeb*
Gavin Lin*
Karin Liu
Chris Min
Ethan MInvielle*
David Pan
Bea Pineda
Emelie Rahn*
Tyler Smith
Stephanie Stanton
Gracie Swinnen
Cade Whitson
John Williams
Kate Wong
Nancy Zheng*


* indicates completion of Core 5 program—through fifth grade

 

 

Reading Log

Monthly Newsletter

Nightly Homework


Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Weekend:

Monthly Newsletter

January 2014

Graystone Student Links

http://www.sjusd.org/graystone/programs/blended-learning-links/

Ms. Fenn Daily Homework


Monday: 

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Weekend:

Important Links

Common Core Standards
Student Links
Pearson Science and Math Textbook

Missions


California Missions
Virtual Tour
California Missions Resource Center
California Missions Online

Family Field Trip Suggestions

Ideas for family field trips that connect with our curriculum

4th grade homework

Put 4th grade homework here

Adaptive Learning Links


Lexia Reading

Dreambox

Sue Cho

August 17, 2016

Dear Parents,

Welcome to third grade in B-8!  It is exciting to see new faces after a relaxing summer vacation.  This is my eighth year teaching third grade, and I am so excited that I will be working with your child to ensure a fun and successful third grade learning experience. 
This is my thirteenth year at Graystone, and I previously taught first and second grades.  As a third-generation educator in my family, I have been raised with high educational values and standards.  My experience as a second language learner in high school taught me the importance of practice and hard work to accomplish academic success, and I hope to share this belief with my students. 
As students journey into third grade, it is my goal to create an accepting, positive, and encouraging environment that celebrates individuality and fosters children’s critical thinking and learning.  This week students and I will be getting to know each other and will be establishing some classroom rules and routines.  Don’t be surprised to see how much learning your child will cultivate this year.  As the third grade curriculum is filled with various new concepts, we will jump into studying the units in math and language arts. 
Homework will be sent home with your child this week to help them quickly adjust to the new school year.  Successfully completing neat and organized homework on time is expected in third grade, and your child may need additional support from you.  Most of the homework is due the next day, and students need to bring in their homework planner to school each day.  Please review your child’s daily homework written on the homework planner and make sure that you initial the portion that describes the homework.
I believe in the importance of teacher and parent communication.  Please fill in and return the Parent Contact form to school by the end of next week.  Starting in September, a monthly third grade newsletter will be sent home at the beginning of the month to let you know about current activities, units of study, and other important information. 
Information about third grade curriculum and activities will be shared at Back to School Night on Tuesday, August 30th.  Please mark your calendar for this important event.  If you need to contact me for any reason, stop by after school, send a note with your child or e-mail me.
I am looking forward to meeting you and getting to know you and your child.  There will be tremendous amount of learning happening in class, and I believe it will be a rewarding year for all of us. 

Sincerely,


Sue Cho

 

 

3rd grade homework

put 3rd grade homework here

newsletters

D-14 Useful Links

Mrs. Fleischer’s Website

B5 - Helpful Websites


The following websites are useful for student research and exploration.

Weekly Newsletter

Here is my weekly newsletter

Monthly Reading Log & Poems

PLEASE PRINT THESE IF YOU EVER MISPLACE THE ORIGINAL SENT HOME IN MONTHLY PACKET:

 

Useful Links


Here are some useful links

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Mrs. Bernhardt

The best way to contact me is through email.

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