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February 17th

Date: February 15, 2020 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Oregon Trail Experience What would it be like to be a pioneer on the Oregon Trail?   During our study of the Oregon Trail in Idaho History, you will have an opportunity to find out.  As you already know from reading, the trail was long, dusty and dirty.  They didn’t have an opportunity to bathe or…

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February 3rd

Date: January 31, 2020 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

National Wear Red Day for CHD (Congenital Heart Defects) February 7th is National Wear Red Day for CHD.  I would love for our class to wear red on this day to support Cade who has had 4 open heart surgeries.  He has a special place in all of our hearts and we would love to…

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January 27th

Date: January 25, 2020 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

What a wonderful field trip!  Thank you to my parent volunteers! The kids had a blast! National Wear Red Day for CHD (Congenital Heart Defects) February 7th is National Wear Red Day for CHD.  I would love for our class to wear red on this day to support Cade who has had 4 open heart…

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January 20th

Date: January 18, 2020 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Field Trip Thursday Just a reminder, our class will be going to the Idaho Historical Museum this Thursday.  I need all permission slips returned in order for your child to go.  Also, I am still looking for a few volunteers.  Please email me if you are able to attend.  Also, please let me know if…

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Newsletter January 13th

Date: January 11, 2020 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Lego Mindstorm You may have already heard, but Mrs. Bair wrote a grant for our classroom to receive 6 Lego Mindstorms!  She came to me earlier in the year asking what we might like to have to help Mr. Fraas when he comes in teach the kids coding and other educational technology tools.  I asked…

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January 6th

Date: January 4, 2020 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Welcome Back!  I hope everyone had a wonderful, restful break and are ready to head back to school!  🙂  Math fact fluency We have started multiplying multi digit numbers by single digit numbers using area models, number lines, partial products and the standard algorithm. We are ultimately working towards the most efficient method which is…

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December 16th

Date: December 15, 2019 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Holiday Help Some Hillsdale families and families in our community are in need this holiday season.  Please sign up and bring the items to Hillsdale unwrapped by December 17th.  Please label your items with the letter assigned.  Thank you so much for your help! Link to help: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0d4aabad28a5fb6-holiday2 Math fact fluency We have started multiplying…

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December 9th

Date: December 6, 2019 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Canned Food Drive Our Student Council will be supporting our local community with a canned food drive beginning this Monday, December 9th through Thursday, December 12th. All food will be donated to help those in our own community enjoy a warm meal over the holiday break. Last year, our school surprised the food bank with…

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Newsletter December 2nd

Date: December 1, 2019 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Growth and Development Our Growth and Development video will be Thursday, December 5th. If you have not returned the permission slip, please do so by Tuesday.  Thank you!   Math fact fluency We have started multiplying multi digit numbers by single digit numbers using area models, number lines, partial products and the standard algorithm.  We…

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Newsletter November 18th

Date: November 17, 2019 Author: Mrs. Fraas Categories: Newsletter 0

Math fact fluency We have started multiplying multi digit numbers by single digit numbers using area models, number lines, partial products and the standard algorithm.  We are ultimately working towards the most efficient method which is the standard algorithm.  I cannot stress enough the importance of the students being fluent in their math facts.  Some…

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