Cheri's Weekly Update 2-26-16

posted Feb 26, 2016, 12:27 PM by Cynthia Friedman
Upcoming Events:
Saturday, February 27: Pre-lottery Information Session, 10:00 AM
Saturday, February 27: Middle School Information Session, 10:45 AM
Friday, March 1: ‘Ridgeline Connects’ meeting for new parents, 2:30pm
Friday, March 1: RCO Meeting 6:30PM
Wednesday, March 9, Smarter Balanced Test Information Session, 6:30-7:30pm
*Sunday, March 13, Daylight Savings Begins – clocks ahead 1 hour
Friday, March 18, Ridgeline has school (note this is different from 4J)
March 21-25 Spring Break
Monday, March 28, Classes Resume

Return Homework Friday

Sharing: Feb 29- A homemade item or an item you wore when you were little, Mar. 7- Something made with metal.

ASIAN CELEBRATION 2016! Our students were awesome! Thanks for your enthusiastic support!

Dance Instructor, SatPavan, takes time away from work and volunteers to teach the students in my classroom every week. Watching their faces during the performance reminds me just how much they enjoy this happy style of dance.

The class will make a group thank you card for SatPavan and I’d like to include a gift card as our way to say thanks. If you would like to donate funds for SatPavan’s gift card, please send cash or a check, payable to Ridgeline, by next Friday, March 4.

If anyone has a video of the performance, please consider sharing with the class. You can email it to me or burn it onto a DVD. Thanks again for your support.

Chemistry: This semester our students are learning a bit about chemistry. Atoms are the building blocks of all matter. The parts of atoms: protons, neutrons and electrons, all play different roles inside the atom. When atoms combine they form molecules. Ask your student to draw you a picture of an atom and it’s parts! Montessori teacher, Iris Green, spends time meeting with some of the students on Thursday mornings. Their learning includes the study of particular elements on the Chart of Elements.

Zoology: In zoology we are studying the fourth class of vertebrates-the birds. Several children have researched particular birds and will share that information with their classmates. The older students are focused on the invertebrate phylum, or class, Annelid. These ringed segmented worms include earthworms and leeches!

Thank you for your support and trust.

Cheri and Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline events, visit the website: www.ridgeline.org



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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