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Our class will be passing out Valentine’s cards Friday, February 12th. Students may bring a Valentine’s box to collect their special notes. If they don’t bring one, I will provide a bag for them to use. It is optional to bring Valentines to pass out, if they do, they need to bring enough for 27 students. Remember: NO food items.
Here are the Quest guidelines in regards to Valentine’s Celebrations at Quest:
“Per Quest’s wellness policy, all food in the classroom must be pre-approved. Furthermore, parental permission is also required for students to consume food during class parties. Due to this policy—as in years past—student Valentines cannot contain edible items. Suggestions for nonfood Valentines include pencils, erasers, bubbles, stickers, etc. Please note that such items, including Valentine cards, are in no way required.”To participate in passing out and receiving cards, please answer the following questions.
One of our students would like to bring their puppies this Friday, January 29, 2021, for show-n-tell. If you would like your student to stay in the classroom while the puppies are shown, please fill out the form. If you would not like your student to attend, they will be going to another 4th-grade class to do an activity while the puppies are in the classroom. All students who have not filled out the form will not be able to stay in the classroom.
In Science, I Am Learning
About Wave Patterns!!
REMEMBER TO SIGN UP FOR STUDENT-LED CONFERENCES!!!
Student-Led Conferences will be coming up on Tuesday, February 2nd, and Wednesday, February 3rd. I am looking forward to discussing your child’s success! Once again, conferences will be virtual on Zoom. Please click on the link to sign up for a time to meet.
Remember- No School Monday, January 18th!
Students had a fun week learning about why people run for public office. In our class, all students were asked to write a paper and answer the question- “If I Were President.” They were invited to share their paper with the rest of the class. Students came up with some great ideas and reasons why they would make a great class president. We held an election, and everyone voted. I am pleased to announce our first Class President for Mrs. Garrett’s 2021 class is Zander Phillips, with Callie Cooper as Vice President and Logan Anderson as Secretary.
School breakfasts AND lunches are still FREE (for students) and will remain free until the end of the school year!
If you are an e-learner, you can get free meals too! If you would like to participate in free breakfasts and lunches, please notify our lunch manager Madeline Chestnut or call the Quest office. E-learner meal pickups are on Fridays.
This week in class we are learning…
Friday, 1/15 – Early Out @ 1:00
Monday, 1/18 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day – NO SCHOOL
February 2 & 3 – Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences