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Volume 3, Issue 21 February 3, 2012

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News and Reminders

Important Dates

February 10th Valentines Party March 7thDONT FORGET TO VOTE! February 13th and 16th Conferences February 17th/20th No School

MAPELODEAN Next week, we will start our themed preparations for our BIG MAP KICK OFF. You may hear some buzz at home about what s going on. Remember that the MAP test should not be something that stresses your child out. My job is to prepare each child and then, give them the confidence that they CAN and WILL do well. I actually enjoy teaching a MAP grade because its fun to see the sense of accomplishment the students feel when they are all done and theyve given it their all:-) When we have our BIG KICK OFF, there will be a Red Carpet event that we will ask students to dress their best for . Be watching for that date and information. Conferences Many of you have already signed up on-line for conferences. Remember, that these conferences will be student led and that it is best to bring just that one child to the conference at your specified time. If I have not heard from you by next Thursday, I will assign you a time. I look forward to this time when your child gets to show-off all they know. T-Shirts Received! Thank you so much for the overwhelming response to the t-shirt request. A huge thank you to those who sent in extra t-shirts. Your generosity it appreciated! One for Books- Letters went home last Friday inviting students to bring in change for the Scholastic One for Books Donation programs. Not only does we help students who have less opportunity for books, we add FREE books to our library! Monday, February 6 is the last day for change donations! You Are Invited-Next Friday at 11:35, we will be having our Valentines Party. The PTA has decided to sponsor grade level parties in the gym again like the fall. You are invited to come and enjoy this time with your child or help out. After the gym party, we will come back to our room and pass out valentines. Your child is invited to bring a box or bag for this time. Names of students will be handed out to your child.

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