Archive - Ms. O'Neill's Theme Blog


5/21/18 - 5/24/18

posted May 21, 2018, 2:51 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated May 21, 2018, 2:51 PM by Laura Karstens ]

I can't believe it is already the last week of school! Thank you to everyone who has helped make my time at Stargate great! This week we will be finishing up our unit on space, then working on a project to help us remember all of the fun that we had in 3rd/4th grade! On Wednesday we will be signing yearbooks, so please remind the students to bring their yearbooks back to school on Wednesday to get them signed! On Thursday we will have a party to celebrate the last day of school! Please have your student bring a bag on Thursday to take home all of their materials from the year. Have a great summer!   

5/14/18 - 5/18/18

posted May 14, 2018, 2:53 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated May 14, 2018, 2:53 PM by Laura Karstens ]

On Thursday, May 17th, the students would love to welcome you into our classroom to present their State Fair Project. We are opening our doors to families from 8:15am-9:45am. We hope to see all of you there! 


Please encourage your child to work on their State Project at home. The project will need completed by Wednesday, May 16th as we will be presenting to other students and teachers that day


States Fair - Every student has been assigned a state to complete a project on. The project must include an oral presentation, a costume, and a food sampling from the assigned state. In addition, they must choose one of the following, either a written demonstration, a tactile-kinesthetic, or a visual demonstration. A letter was sent home prior to Spring Break detailing the choices. If you need another letter, please let me know and I will get you another copy. Students will present their projects on May 16 and May 17.


Project Requirements:

Students will be graded on whether they have fulfilled each requirement and to what degree of quality each has been

demonstrated.

  1. An oral presentation - Students will give a short oral presentation on their state. It must not be

    more than three minutes. Students may include in their presentation what they feel is important, interesting,

    or unusual about their state. They may use note cards to help with the presentation.

  2. A costume - A costume is an outfit for a person or an item/object which the state is known for.

  3. A food sample - Students will need to have a food sample that is special to his/her state. Please make only 25 small samples. The samples need

    to be pre-cut and, if necessary, have toothpicks inserted to make it easier for students to pick up. Please

    do not bring a large dish that is not pre-cut into small servings. This will be for the first day of your presentation only.


In addition, students must choose one of the following project demonstrations:

  • Written demonstration

  • Tactile-kinesthetic demonstration

  • Visual demonstration


What we're learning in science this week -  This week we continue our unit on the solar system. The concepts and skills students will explore are that Earth is part of the solar system, which includes the sun, moon, and other bodies that orbit the sun in predictable patterns that lead to observable paths of objects in the sky as seen from Earth. 



Upcoming Events:

States' Fair - 5/16/18 - 5/17/18 - Families are invited to attend on 5/17 from 8:15-9:45

Last Day of School - 5/24/18 Please send your child to school with empty bags for their belonging from their cubbies. 11:30 release - HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!

5/7/18 - 5/11/18

posted May 8, 2018, 1:23 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated May 8, 2018, 1:30 PM by Laura Karstens ]


On Thursday, May 17th, the students would love to welcome you into our classroom to present their State Fair Project. We are opening our doors to families from 8:15am-9:45am. We hope to see all of you there! 


Please encourage your child to work on their State Project at home. The project will need completed by Wednesday, May 16th as we will be presenting to other students and teachers that day

This Wednesday, May 9th all elementary students will participate in our annual Field Day! The students will spend the day enjoying face painting, jumpy castles, photo booths, popsicles, and other outdoor games. Please remember that the cafeteria will not be serving lunch this day so all students will need to bring a sack lunch. It would also be a good idea to be prepared for all weather situations (bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, jacket, etc.).


States Fair - Every student has been assigned a state to complete a project on. The project must include an oral presentation, a costume, and a food sampling from the assigned state. In addition, they must choose one of the following, either a written demonstration, a tactile-kinesthetic, or a visual demonstration. A letter was sent home prior to Spring Break detailing the choices. If you need another letter, please let me know and I will get you another copy. Students will present their projects on May 16 and May 17.


What we're learning in science this week -  This week we continue our unit on the solar system. The concepts and skills students will explore are that Earth is part of the solar system, which includes the sun, moon, and other bodies that orbit the sun in predictable patterns that lead to observable paths of objects in the sky as seen from Earth. 


What we're learning in social studies this week - This week we will finish our last state rotation! My class is finally back with me studying the Northeast region! In this rotation, the students will discover interesting facts about Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont including government, history, geography, economics, and notable people.  Students will learn state nicknames and their origins, relative sizes and bordering states, geographical features, and unusual facts.

As we learn about the states in the Northeast region, students will be assigned a variety of projects in class to demonstrate their learning. Adequate time will be given in class to finish their work, however, on occasion, students might need to bring a project home to complete. Please look for these assignments which will be written down in your child’s planner and on posted on my blog.

A geography test will conclude the unit on May 10th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our May 10th tasting party, please email me.


Upcoming Events:

Field Day- 5/9/18 - Students must bring a sack lunch; no school lunch will be provided .
Northeast Region Tasting Party and NE Test - 5/10/18
Staff Development Day - 5/11/18 - No school for students 
States' Fair - 5/16/18 - 5/17/18 - Families are invited to attend on 5/17 from 8:15-9:45
Last Day of School - 5/24/18 Please send your child to school with empty bags for their belonging from their cubbies. 11:30 release - HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!

4/30/18 - 5/4/18

posted Apr 30, 2018, 4:00 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated Apr 30, 2018, 4:00 PM by Laura Karstens ]

*Assessment day is May 4th. Students will take a Step Up to Writing End of Year writing assessment. Please have students arrive at 8 am and pick them up at 10 am or arrange Eagles' Landing child care.



States Fair - Every student has been assigned a state to complete a project on. The project must include an oral presentation, a costume, and a food sampling from the assigned state. In addition, they must choose one of the following, either a written demonstration, a tactile-kinesthetic, or a visual demonstration. A letter was sent home prior to Spring Break detailing the choices. If you need another letter, please let me know and I will get you another copy. Students will present their projects on May 16 and May 17.


What we're learning in science this week -  This week we continue our unit on the solar system. The concepts and skills students will explore are that Earth is part of the solar system, which includes the sun, moon, and other bodies that orbit the sun in predictable patterns that lead to observable paths of objects in the sky as seen from Earth. 


What we're learning in social studies this week - This week we will continue with our last state rotation! My class is finally back with me studying the Northeast region! In this rotation, the students will discover interesting facts about Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont including government, history, geography, economics, and notable people.  Students will learn state nicknames and their origins, relative sizes and bordering states, geographical features, and unusual facts.

As we learn about the states in the Northeast region, students will be assigned a variety of projects in class to demonstrate their learning. Adequate time will be given in class to finish their work, however, on occasion, students might need to bring a project home to complete. Please look for these assignments which will be written down in your child’s planner and on posted on my blog.

A geography test will conclude the unit on May 10th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our May 10th tasting party, please email me.


Upcoming Events:

Elementary Assessment Day- 5/4/18 Students should arrive at 8:00 and report to their literacy class. Teachers will dismiss the students at 10:00.
Northeast Region Tasting Party - 5/10/18
States' Fair - 5/16/18 - 5/17/18 
Last Day of School - 5/24/18

4/23/18 - 4/27/18

posted Apr 23, 2018, 3:00 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated Apr 23, 2018, 3:00 PM by Laura Karstens ]

Our Adroit Expo day is April 27th this year. Adroit Expo is the day that students will be presenting their passion projects.  If students are going to or would like to work on their passion project in class, we still have 1 Stargate Way class time to work on and prepare projects (Wednesday 4/25). If passions include technology, an animal, sewing, food, etc.. students should prepare these projects at home. Students can work on a poster board, diorama, research booklet, etc. on their passion in class if they are also working on their passion at home. Students should be diving into learning about their passions and expressing their passion to others in a way that works best for them. 


States Fair - Every student has been assigned a state to complete a project on. The project must include an oral presentation, a costume, and a food sampling from the assigned state. In addition, they must choose one of the following, either a written demonstration, a tactile-kinesthetic, or a visual demonstration. A letter was sent home prior to Spring Break detailing the choices. If you need another letter, please let me know and I will get you another copy. Students will present their projects on May 16 and May 17.


What we're learning in science this week -  This week we continue our unit on the solar system. We will discuss features of all of the different planets. 


What we're learning in social studies this week - This week we will continue with our last state rotation! My class is finally be back with me studying the Northeast region!
In this rotation, the students will discover interesting facts about Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont including government, history, geography, economics, and notable people.  Students will learn state nicknames and their origins, relative sizes and bordering states, geographical features, and unusual facts.

As we learn about the states in the Northeast region, students will be assigned a variety of projects in class to demonstrate their learning. Adequate time will be given in class to finish their work, however, on occasion, students might need to bring a project home to complete. Please look for these assignments which will be written down in your child’s planner and on posted on my blog.

A geography test will conclude the unit on May 10th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our May 10th tasting party, please email me.


Upcoming Events:

Book Fair - 4/23/18 - 4/27/18
Take Your Kid to Work Day - 4/26/18
Adroit Expo - 4/27/18
Elementary Assessment Day- 5/4/18 Students should arrive at 8:00 and report to their literacy class. Teachers will dismiss the students at 10:00.
Northeast Region Tasting Party - 5/10/18
States' Fair - 5/16/18 - 5/17/18 

4/17/18 - 4/20/18

posted Apr 17, 2018, 3:00 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated Apr 17, 2018, 3:00 PM by Laura Karstens ]

Our Adroit Expo day is April 27th this year. Adroit Expo is the day that students will be presenting their passion projects.  If students are going to or would like to work on their passion project in class, we still have 1 - 2 Stargate Way class times to work on and prepare projects. If passions include technology, an animal, sewing, food, etc.. students should prepare these projects at home. Students can work on a poster board, diorama, research booklet, etc. on their passion in class if they are also working on their passion at home. Students should be diving into learning about their passions and expressing their passion to others in a way that works best for them. 


What we're learning in science this week -  This week we continue our unit on the solar system. We will discuss features of all of the different planets. 


What we're learning in social studies this week - This week we will begin our last state rotation! My class will finally be back with me studying the Northeast region!
In this rotation, the students will discover interesting facts about Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont including government, history, geography, economics, and notable people.  Students will learn state nicknames and their origins, relative sizes and bordering states, geographical features, and unusual facts.

As we learn about the states in the Northeast region, students will be assigned a variety of projects in class to demonstrate their learning. Adequate time will be given in class to finish their work, however, on occasion, students might need to bring a project home to complete. Please look for these assignments which will be written down in your child’s planner and on posted on my blog.

A geography test will conclude the unit on May 10th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our May 10th tasting party, please email me.

Upcoming Events:

Book Fair - 4/23/18 - 4/27/18
Take Your Kid to Work Day - 4/26/18
Adroit Expo - 4/27/18
Elementary Assessment Day - 5/4/18
Northeast Region Tasting Party - 5/10/18
States' Fair - 5/16/18 - 5/17/18 

4/9/18 - 4/13/18

posted Apr 9, 2018, 1:31 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated Apr 9, 2018, 1:31 PM by Laura Karstens ]

Our Adroit Expo day is April 27th this year. Adroit Expo is the day that students will be presenting their passion projects.  If students are going to or would like to work on their passion project in class, we still have 1 - 2 Stargate Way class times to work on and prepare projects. If passions include technology, an animal, sewing, food, etc.. students should prepare these projects at home. Students can work on a poster board, diorama, research booklet, etc. on their passion in class if they are also working on their passion at home. Students should be diving into learning about their passions and expressing their passion to others in a way that works best for them. 


What we're learning in science this week -  This week we continue our unit on the solar system. We will discuss features of all of the different planets. 


What we're learning in social studies this week - This week we continue our states rotation. Our class is learning about the midwest region with Mrs. Ware. 

Northeast States / Mrs. Millar's homeroom students - A geography test will conclude the unit on April 12th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our April 12th tasting party, please email me.

Upcoming Events:

Teacher PD Day- No School 4/16/18
Spring Musical- Grease - 4/17/18
Book Fair - 4/23/18 - 4/27/18
Adroit Expo - 4/27/18
Elementary Assessment Day - 5/4/18
States' Fair - 5/16/18 - 5/17/18 

4/2/18 - 4/6/18

posted Apr 2, 2018, 3:09 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated Apr 2, 2018, 3:09 PM by Laura Karstens ]

Our Adroit Expo day is April 27th this year. Adroit Expo is the day that students will be presenting their passion projects.  If students are going to or would like to work on their passion project in class, we still have 2-3 Stargate Way class times to work on and prepare projects. If passions include technology, an animal, sewing, food, etc.. students should prepare these projects at home. Students can work on a poster board, diorama, research booklet, etc. on their passion in class if they are also working on their passion at home. Students should be diving into learning about their passions and expressing their passion to others in a way that works best for them. 


What we're learning in science this week -  This week we will begin our unit on the solar system. 


What we're learning in social studies this week - This week we continue our next states rotation. Our class is learning about the midwest region with Mrs. Ware.

Northeast States / Mrs. Millar's homeroom students - This week we will continue our study of the Northeast states.  In this class, the students will discover interesting facts about Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont including government, history, geography, economics, and notable people.  Students will learn state nicknames and their origins, relative sizes and bordering states, geographical features, and unusual facts.

As we learn about the states in the Northeast region, students will be assigned a variety of projects in class to demonstrate their learning. Adequate time will be given in class to finish their work, however, on occasion, students might need to bring a project home to complete. Please look for these assignments which will be written down in your child’s planner and on posted on my blog.

A geography test will conclude the unit on April 12th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our April 12th tasting party, please email me.


CMAS Testing Dates

Here is the testing schedule for CMAS. Please make sure your student arrives to school on time with a healthy breakfast. Please note that CMAS testing is only for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. Testing will take place in classrooms throughout the building and will be proctored by Stargate teachers and staff.




APRIL

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

2

3


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

4


5th Math (65 min)

8:55-10:00


5


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

6


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35


9


Morning

ELA/Math Make-ups

5th Science (80 min)

12:45-2:05


10


Morning

ELA/Math Make-ups

5th Science (80 min)

12:45-2:05


11


5th Science (80 min)

8:55-10:15


12

Noetic Math


13


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

16


PD Day

No Students



17


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

18


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

19


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups


20


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

23


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

24


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

25


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

26


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

27


End of Testing Window



Upcoming Events:
CMAS testing March 19 - April 6th
Dodgeball Tournament - April 6th
Teacher PD Day- No School April 16th
States' Fair - 5/16/18 - 5/17/18 

3/19/18 - 3/23/18

posted Mar 19, 2018, 1:52 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated Mar 19, 2018, 1:52 PM by Laura Karstens ]

*A paper will be going home in students' planners on Wednesday, outlining the States Fair Project which will take place May 16th and 17th. 

*We will be working on our Passion Projects in class on Wednesday. Please have students bring materials for any parts of their project that can be done in class. 

Science
This week we will conclude our Energy Unit! Students are following the design thinking process by formulating ideas and creating prototypes of what they think makes the most effective wind turbines to be used as a form of alternative energy.  

Social Studies
This week we will continue with states rotations on Tuesday and Thursday. Our class is learningabout the midwest region with Mrs. Ware.

Northeast States / Mrs. Millar's homeroom students - This week we will continue our study of the Northeast states.  In this class, the students will discover interesting facts about Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont including government, history, geography, economics, and notable people.  Students will learn state nicknames and their origins, relative sizes and bordering states, geographical features, and unusual facts.

As we learn about the states in the Northeast region, students will be assigned a variety of projects in class to demonstrate their learning. Adequate time will be given in class to finish their work, however, on occasion, students might need to bring a project home to complete. Please look for these assignments which will be written down in your child’s planner and on posted on my blog.

A geography test will conclude the unit on April 12th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our April 12th tasting party, please email me.


CMAS Testing Dates

Here is the testing schedule for CMAS. Please make sure your student arrives to school on time with a healthy breakfast. Please note that CMAS testing is only for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. Testing will take place in classrooms throughout the building and will be proctored by Stargate teachers and staff.


MARCH

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

12




13


Practice (MATH)

3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

14

15


Practice (ELA)

3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25

5th ELA (90 min)

12:45-2:15

16

19


3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25

5th ELA (90 min)

12:45-2:15

20


3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25

5th ELA (90 min)

12:45-2:15

21


5th ELA (90 min)

9:00-10:30


22


3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25


23


ELA Make-Ups

8:10




APRIL

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

2

3


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

4


5th Math (65 min)

8:55-10:00


5


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

6


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35


9


Morning

ELA/Math Make-ups

5th Science (80 min)

12:45-2:05


10


Morning

ELA/Math Make-ups

5th Science (80 min)

12:45-2:05


11


5th Science (80 min)

8:55-10:15


12

Noetic Math


13


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

16


PD Day

No Students



17


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

18


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

19


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups


20


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

23


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

24


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

25


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

26


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

27


End of Testing Window



Important Dates
CMAS testing March 19 - April 6
3/26/18 - 3/30/18 Spring Break
4/27/18 Adroit Expo
5/16/18 - 5/17/18 States' Fair

3/12/18 - 3/16/18

posted Mar 12, 2018, 3:54 PM by maison.oneill@stargateschool.org   [ updated Mar 12, 2018, 3:54 PM by Laura Karstens ]

I hope everyone enjoyed their experience at the zoo and museum! We learned a lot and had a great time!

Science
This week we will continue our Energy Unit! We will be focusing on renewable and nonrenewable energy. Students are following the design thinking process to formulate ideas and solutions around renewable and nonrenewable energy.  

Social Studies
This week we begin our next states rotation. Our class will learn about the midwest region with Mrs. Ware.

Northeast States / Mrs. Millar's homeroom students - This week we will begin our study of the Northeast states.  In this class, the students will discover interesting facts about Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont including government, history, geography, economics, and notable people.  Students will learn state nicknames and their origins, relative sizes and bordering states, geographical features, and unusual facts.

As we learn about the states in the Northeast region, students will be assigned a variety of projects in class to demonstrate their learning. Adequate time will be given in class to finish their work, however, on occasion, students might need to bring a project home to complete. Please look for these assignments which will be written down in your child’s planner and on posted on my blog.

A geography test will conclude the unit on April 12th.  Students will need to be able to match the names of the states to their location on the map.  They will also answer a few multiple choice questions about the region's attractions, products and climate.  A pretest will be sent home to use as a study guide. An extra credit opportunity will be given to students who can write each state’s abbreviation and capital city.

The northeast region is known for its many yummy foods. If you would like to provide food or drinks from the NE region for our April 12th tasting party, please email me.


CMAS Testing Dates

Here is the testing schedule for CMAS. Please make sure your student arrives to school on time with a healthy breakfast. Please note that CMAS testing is only for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. Testing will take place in classrooms throughout the building and will be proctored by Stargate teachers and staff.


MARCH

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

12




13


Practice (MATH)

3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

14

15


Practice (ELA)

3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25

5th ELA (90 min)

12:45-2:15

16

19


3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25

5th ELA (90 min)

12:45-2:15

20


3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25

5th ELA (90 min)

12:45-2:15

21


5th ELA (90 min)

9:00-10:30


22


3rd ELA (90 min)

8:15-9:45

4th ELA  (90 min)

9:55-11:25


23


ELA Make-Ups

8:10




APRIL

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

2

3


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

4


5th Math (65 min)

8:55-10:00


5


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35

5th Math (65 min)

12:45-1:50

6


3rd Math (65 min)

8:15-9:20

4th Math (65 min)

9:30-10:35


9


Morning

ELA/Math Make-ups

5th Science (80 min)

12:45-2:05


10


Morning

ELA/Math Make-ups

5th Science (80 min)

12:45-2:05


11


5th Science (80 min)

8:55-10:15


12

Noetic Math


13


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

16


PD Day

No Students



17


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

18


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

19


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups


20


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

23


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

24


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

25


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

26


Morning

ELA/Math/Science Make-ups

27


End of Testing Window



Important Dates
CMAS testing March 19 - April 6
3/26/18 - 3/30/18 Spring Break
4/27/18 Adroit Expo
5/16/18 - 5/17/18 States' Fair

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