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Required Reading and Summer Assignments due September 2020

You will be required to read two books over the summer, one will be fiction and one will be informational. You may choose books that interest you, as long as you meet the requirement (specific topics, specific genres within the two mandated types of books.) For example, perhaps you want to read a biography about a famous baseball player, that would meet the requirements for an informational text. Also, you like to read mysteries that would meet the requirements of fiction. Click the link below for some suggestions and more details.
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The Importance of Summer Reading

Summer reading is so important to keep learning going and to let imaginations run free! We are
thrilled to make more e-books and audiobooks for all ages available for free this summer to all
DOE families, and it’s easier than ever to access them. Please read on for more information, and
visit schools.nyc.gov/summerreading for additional details to be posted on Monday, June 29.
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Scholastic Book Fair

The Scholastic Book Fair is this week! Thursday, March 12th 8:00am-2:00pm and again during the Parent/Teacher Conference from 4:30-7:30. Also on Friday, March 13th 8:00am - 11:00am and again during the Parent/Teacher Conference from 12:00 - 2:00. Please send your student to school with money if they'd like to purchase something. there are many great things to choose from. Also, Friday, March 13th is a half-day of school...students will be dismissed at 10:54am.
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Family Math Night Tuesday March 10th

Please join us for Family Math Night. This event will take place on Tuesday March 10th from 5:30 - 7:00 followed by the March PTA meeting. There will be games, activities, snacks, prizes and a Pi reciting competition. Students who attend will receive merits for school spirit and a homework pass. Students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
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Help our Library Media Center

Please consider donating to this wonderful opportunity where they will MATCH any donation we receive - no donation is too small. If everyone donated one dollar and they matched it...wow...the things we could do in the Library Media Center.



The Library Media Center is the learning hub for the school. Students are able to visit the library daily to select books, obtain research assistance and complete work. After finishing their work, students often need to print out documents because they don't have printers at home.Paper and ink are often unavailable to them at home to get classwork in on time. Along with content area teachers, I deliver information literacy lessons that address content area learning in Social Studies, Science, English Language Arts, Math, Drama, and Health. The items she is requesting will be housed in the Library Media Center for use by all students who are in need to complete reports, projects, and assignments. Materials will be organized and stored for easy use. Students are able to visit the Library Media Center to access these materials during a scheduled research class or during recess time.
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After-School Test Prep Coming Soon

Please take advantage of this opportunity to get some extra help...The program will offer instruction and preparation for the state standardized tests. Students MUST be present for BOTH sessions. Absent notes are required for all missed sessions. If absences become excessive, the student will be discharged from the program.
The Afterschool Math/Literacy Program will be held on Wednesday and Thursday from 2:05 PM until 4:05 PM, beginning February 5, 2020. Here are the dates: 2/5, 2/6, 2/12, 2/26, 2/27, 3/4, 3/5, 3/11, 3/12, 3/18, 3/19, 4/1, 4/2, 4/8. Transportation is NOT provided
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