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Contact Information

Ms. Burleson
Conference Period:   9:40-10:20
phone:     903-896-4773  ext.8012

Grading Policy

Students will have 18 grades minimum per 9 weeks in the core subjects: reading, writing, and math.
Students will have 9 grades minimum per 9 week grading period for science and social studies.
We do not have science and social studies in the same week usually.  We have one subject for several weeks then switch.

If your child receives below a 70 on a daily assignment, he/she may correct it.  Each corrected answer will be given 1/2 credit for a grade up to a 70.

Dates for Progress Reports and Report Cards Coming Home

First Grading Period  August 21-October 18
PR: Sept. 13
PR: Oct.   4
RC: Oct.   25

Second Grading Period  October 22-December 20
PR:  Nov.  15
PR:  Dec.  13
RC:  Jan.   10

Third Grading Period  January  7-March 13
PR:  Feb.     31
PR:  Feb.     21
RC:  March  27

Fourth Grading Period March 23-May 22
PR:  April    17
PR:  May      8
RC:  May    29

Student Expectations

Be safe.
Be honest.
Listen carefully.
Use time wisely.
Do your best work.
Bring homework on time.
Raise your hand to talk.
Walk quietly in line.
Clean up after yourself.
Respect other people and their property.
Be at school on time.
Have fun learning!


Have a discussion with the teacher.
Miss some play time.
A note or call to parents.
Have a discussion with the principal.

Class Schedule
7:30 breakfast begins
8:00 tardy bell rings

9:38-10:23 PE
10:55-11:25 Lunch
3:35 end of day

Library on Wednesdays

What are we learning this week?
Phonics  ou and ow words (house, down)

Vocabulary  city  myself  school  party  seven  buy  please  family

Fry's List  him  into  time  has  look

**SPELLING  noise  oil  foil  soil  coin  flew  blew  chew  stew  fewer
Bonus words (add two points each, no penalty if incorrect)
one  once

Dictation Sentences

The wind blew some soil into my stew.

How many fewer cups of oil did you use?

**MATH: 2D shapes: circle, triangle, rectangle, square, rhombus, hexagon

attributes: (number of)  sides (curved or straight), vertex/vertices (corners)


How does the sky seem to change?

vocabulary: sun, star, moon, phase, shadow, night sky, daytime sky, magnify, telescope

UPDATED 3-18-20

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