Mrs. Vaughan's Classroom



Weekly Update 9.28.21

By In News & Updates On September 28, 2021

Be on the Lookout for…

  • Interim Reports came home Friday. Please return the signed report. You may keep all other papers.
  • Tuesday Folders today include a few things from the school including your child’s BOG or Beginning of Grade Reading score from the online test that was administered a few weeks ago. The score is accompanied by a note from Mr. Gaudet regarding Read to Achieve Exemption. At this time no students from our class have earned their exemption status which it TOTALLY fine because it’s pretty hard to reach End of the Year benchmarks at the start of the year. Additionally, this test is incredibly rigorous and on the computer which is an added challenge for most students. Please do not put much emphasis on this score with your child, as it is just one piece of a very large and ever growing and changing puzzle. word-Achieve
  • Scholastic books should be here soon. Thank you for your patience. I am so excited to receive our box!

This week in Literacy:

Writing will be our focus this week as we pull together knowledge gained from the My Librarian is a Camel section. The goal is to write an organized informative paragraph full of purposeful details on how our remote location overcomes the challenge of illiteracy and gets books into hands of children all over the world.

This week in Math:

This week students will focus on reading and representing data through a variety of surveys and graphs.

This quarter in Social Studies- we start this new unit Wednesday!

3.H.1.2 Explain the lasting impact historical events have had on local communities.

3.C&G.1.1 Compare the structure and function of both state and local government.

3.C&G.1.2 Classify the roles and responsibilities of leaders in state and local government.

3.G.1.3 Explain how movement of goods, people, and ideas is impacted by the geography of a place or region.

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