Tuesday, February 4, 2014
6th - Jump Rope Wizard from 9:10 - 9:40 A.M.
Pump House art reception from 5:00 - 7:00 P.M.
7th - We will be attending the BFG at the Weber Center in La Crosse. We will depart at 8:45 A.M. and return around 11:30.
12th - Early Release and the 100th day of school
14th - Valentine's Day - the parties will take place at 2:45 P.M. You will be contacted by the classroom teacher or the classroom parent if you are assigned to bring a treat or supply for the party.
17th - PTO fundraiser at Culver's from 5 - 8 P.M.
19th - PTO sponsored Opera for the Young performance at 9 A.M.
20th - Jump Rope for Heart forms are due.
28th - Dr. Seuss assembly
Monday, January 27, 2014
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Monday, November 18, 2013
S.E.E.D.S. (Students Envisioning Equality through Diversity Skits)
On Tuesday, November 19th, the third graders will be traveling to Holmen High School to watch the high school students perform skits on various topics including embracing diversity. We will depart at 1:00 and return by 2:30.
American Education Week
Monday: Spirit Wear
Tuesday: Crazy - (But not too crazy. We have a field trip to HHS.) Coins to fill the fire fighter's boot.
Wednesday: Orange - Stop Bullying!
Thursday: Sports wear - Toy Drive
Friday: Camouflage - Supply collection for our servicemen and women
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
WKCE TESTING SCHEDULE
Nov. 11 -Testing Strategies-Practice Test-9:45-10-25
Nov. 12- Reading Session 1 - 9:45-10:25
Nov. 13- Reading Session 2- 9:45-10:25
Nov. 14- Reading Session 3- 9:45-10:25
Nov. 18-Math –Testing Strategies-Practice Test-9:45-10:25
Nov. 19-Math Session 1-2 9:30-10:25
Nov. 20- Math Session 3 9:45-10:15
Monday, October 14, 2013
The dates for the WKCE testing window are as follows: October 28 - November 29. Please avoid dental or doctors' appointments during this time. A more specific testing schedule will be coming out soon. If your child has the interest, allow him/her to go to the following website and work through the released test items for practice. http://oea.dpi.wi.gov/oea_releaseitems
Get enough sleep (8 hours) in the nights prior to the test.
Eat right. Have a good breakfast the morning of the exam. Some suggestions include whole
grain cereals, skim milk, fresh fruit, or toast with peanut butter.
You may bring water with you into the testing room. You may also have a quick, simple
snack (such as some fruit or vegetables) to eat in between test sessions.
Dress comfortably; you may want to wear layers. Some rooms will feel cold to some
students; others may seem warm. Dressing in layers allows you to be comfortable no
matter what the situation.
Have several #2 pencils available each day.
Make sure you have the correct test booklet every day. Be sure you are marking answers in
the correct section in the test booklet. If you have a question about the directions, you may
ask the teacher.
Read the question before you look at the answer.
Read all the answer choices before choosing your answer. Start at the bottom answer and work up.
Choose the BEST answer to each question. Remember, some answers will look good, but
only one can be the BEST answer.
Don't keep on changing your answer; your first choice is usually the right one, unless you
discover new information.
Answer every question! Eliminate the answer choices you know are wrong, but guess if you
need to. There is no penalty for wrong answers, only points gained for correct answers.
Mark only the circle that goes with the answer you have chosen. Remember to “make your
mark heavy and dark.” If you change your answer, be sure to completely erase the previous
Be precise in marking your answers; the WKCE is machine-scored. Do not leave any stray
marks on the booklet.
When you have finished checking your work at the end of the test, remain quiet and do not
disturb other students.