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Wednesday, Oct. 11

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Hello

Hello, 

We switch classes tomorrow. 156 will start their 5 days in Spanish and 155 will come back to English. Both classes will be finishing the book "How to Steal a Dog"over the next 2 weeks.  Students have been publishing their personal narratives. They have worked very hard to type their final drafts in the Chromebooks and room 155 will be sharing their stories with their classmates tomorrow. We will also be reviewing and working on some editing and revising skills over the next few days. 

In math we have started chapter 4- subtraction. We will be finding differences with and without regrouping over the next few days. The addition tests will be sent home tomorrow. Please look it over, sign it, and return it to us as soon as possible.

Thank you for your continued support. Have a great night!!  :) 

 

Mrs. Majneber 

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