Students are to submit a writing about “what it means to be a good citizen and to lead with character”. This should be no less than 1 page, and it can describe ways in which you personally ROAR in our school and in your community, or it can explore someone you respect and recognize for their good citizenship and leadership!
We will read all entries and select the top 2 scholars’ submissions to be awarded the tickets! The show is next Saturday and so there isn’t much time! You MUST submit your entry by Wednesday, March 22 to Mrs. Green. So if this is something you are interested in, perhaps this weekend is the perfect time to get writing!
Students worked on finding the volume of cubes and solid figures. They’ve learned that solid figures must first be separated into two “rectangular prisms” before each prism can be solved using the formula (Volume = Length x Width x Height 3 .) We completed Topic 10 by measuring the size of boxes in class to find their volumes – Ms. Cooper
Congratulations 5th grade for the remarkable performance during our Black History Month celebration finale!
Students recited the poem “African Child”, which was arranged by Mrs. Watkis.
Miss. Dailyn W., moved the audience with her superb rendition of the poem “In the Morning!”
Some 5th graders also took part in the chorus “Go Down Moses” that was arranged and led by Mr. Ross.
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!