Parent Newsletter

 

 

 

Miss Massengale’s Marvelous Messages 

 

Attention Parents:

This week we have continued our discussion on community helpers.  We focused on firemen and the help that they provide.  Next week we will be talking about police men.  On March 3rd we will be finishing our topic of discussion.  If you are interested in coming to the class to talk about your job with the class please call me at 678-927-3900 or email me at jmassengale@cowetaschools.edu to set up a time to come in.  We are excited to hear about all of our parent’s jobs!

 

Field Trip

We will be going to the fire station next week!  I am sending home the permission slips in your child’s folder. These have the time and date of the trip.  Make sure that you fill them out and you send them back in on Monday.  If your child is planning on eating a school lunch, be sure to mark it on the permission slip.  We would love to have parents go and help out!  If you would like to go with us, please indicate it on your child’s form along with if you are buying a school lunch and include the payment.  The price for your lunch will be $2.00.  I have limited space, so first come first serve.

 

 

Spelling Words
 

at
I
us
we
go
car
to
dog
the
cat

**Please study these words with your children during the week.  The spelling test is going to be on Thursday this week since Friday is a student holiday.  Start studying early!

 

 

 Important Dates

March 1st:  Bake saleMarch

March 4th:  Teacher Workday
March 8th:  Field Trip
March 10th:  Parent Share Day
April 1st-5th:  Spring Break

April 12th-14:  CRCT testing

March Birthdays!
Julie – March 3rd
Rachael – March 11th
DeeDee – March 16th
Cameron – March 22nd

Contact Me:
Miss Jessika Massengale
19 Elm Street
Newnan, Georgia  30265
678-927-3900
jmassengale@cowetaschoold.edu
 

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February 21, 2006. Homework, Parent Newsletter. Leave a comment.

Turning On the Switch

http://www.edutopia.org/products/mi3.php#

This document was very different than most documents that you would normally find on education. I liked how this school took very untraditional subjects and teaching methods to grab the student’s attention. The students did not have very good education, but these teachers tried to help the students learn about topics that would relate to their society and daily life. These teachers picked topics that are sometimes hard to deal with. I think that students should have the opportunity to learn and research just as these students have. Finding information for one’s self will help the students better remember the topic covered and they will learn more through self investigation.

February 13, 2006. Homework. Leave a comment.