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

Grading Policy

Students will have 2 grades minimum per week 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 22-October 12
PR: Sept. 14
PR: Oct.  5
RC: Oct.  19

Second Grading Period  October 16-December 20
PR:  Nov. 9
PR:  Dec.  7
RC:  Jan. 11

Third Grading Period  January  8-March 8
PR:  Feb.      1
PR:  Feb.    22
RC:  March  22

Fourth Grading Period March 18-May 30
PR:  April   12
PR:  May     3
RC:  May    30

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 will be sent 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: -long i, consonant, bossy silent e- like, bike

Vocabulary: bird fly those walk both long eyes or

Fry Phrases: then we have, said it, they can, for you, and some

**WRITING  We will write a story about a snowman created from construction paper.

bird, chirp, first, shirt, dirt, light, right, bright, high, night

Bonus words (add two points each, no penalty if incorrect)
out about

Dictation Sentences
The birds will not chirp at night.
How bright are the stars at night?


expressions (1+2=6-3)


Magnets continued

force and motion

UPDATED 1-7-19

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