January-Students of the Month
Naima Sam-Bomah is an avid reader. She also enjoys art, and is very creative. She is on the Principal’s List.
Mekayla Mensah enjoys reading. She works well with all students and is very supportive. She is an Honor Roll student.
- Reading students are currently writing a play. Due date is March 1. Students will begin to perform their plays in class.
- Character Education PPT- The deadline is February 28. Last student will present on this day.
- Black History second mini concert is on February 17, at 8.30. Grade 1, 4 and the CMIT Dance Team will perform. If you have a student performing you are welcome to attend-See you there!
Fifth Graders, Madison Doster and Dailyn Wray were the proud recipients of top prizes in science fair competition held recently. Way to go scholars. We are very proud of you.
Black History celebration begins February 1
This year we celebrate with the theme:-Things We Learn and Share!
Please use each day to share your heritage with our scholars. Some ways you may share include, reading a book, telling about your cultural experiences, researching your culture, watching movies that depict cultural values and beliefs, visiting places of interest and many more. Keep the history alive, tell your story.
Mrs. L Watkis
Announcing December Students of the Month!
Olivia Gordon is a fifth grader with a passion for learning. She enjoys reading about her culture. She would like to be a dancer when she grows up.
Ashlie Galley is a fifth grader who is always absorbed in a good novel. She enjoys school and would like to be a writer. We cannot wait to read her first book.
Please motivate our scholars to study each and every day
Have them practice on:-
ReadyTheory-They know their username
2. Readworks-information is on the previous post.
Code:- QKUB7K (all capitals)
They are working on an essay for Black History Month-Living Wax Museum project-Due Date- January 30, 2017
Black History Essay Competitionsponsored by CLF-This is due on February 15. (Handout was distributed)
Play-Students are creating a play using the elements of drama as studied in class.
They will perform the play in February through March
Character Education Lesson(Many students have already Presented)
7. Selected students have iready accounts and should use this to practice at home as well.
Thanks for all you do to make learning meaningful.
Pictures above show Dailyn presenting her lesson on Sacrifice and Imani presenting her science project. Other students look on.
Welcome back to all our parents and students.
This semester, students are researching and presenting on a variety of topics during our character education block each day. I have seen some very interesting presentations already. Our scholars are excellent students with great leadership skills.
Parents, you should be proud of your children. Please continue to mold and shape their lives. The future will be shaped with students who are prepared.
Our fifth graders also presented their STEM projects this week. They did an excellent job. Parents, we thank you for your support.