Week of January 10th through 14

  • Spirit week
  • NO SCHOOL FRIDAY

 

Monday: 1/10/22: Pajama Day

Spelling: Same from last week

Monday: Sentences #1-10

Tuesday: Continue the rest of the sentences #11-20

Wednesday:  Write the words in ABC order AND use a different color for the vowels ( a,e,i,o,u)

Thursday: 3x each

  1. calendar
  2. celebration
  3. resolution
  4. vision
  5. countdown
  6. blizzard
  7. thermal
  8. hibernation
  9. epiphany
  10. flurries
  11. equality
  12. entertainment
  13. segregation
  14. snowflake
  15. thermometer
  16. earmuffs
  17. cocoa
  18. marvelous
  19. encouragement
  20. inspiration 

Vocabulary UNIT 12: TEST THURSDAY

Spelling Test:  THURSDAY

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Math: Textbook page 292 #1-19 all

            Write out times tables 4-12  once

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SS: Study Chapter 4 Vocabulary 10 mins  (Test will be next week TBA)

SCIENCE: Study Chapter 6 Vocabulary and lesson questions for 10 mins (Test will be next week TBA)

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  i-Ready 25 mins Reading and Math ( Complete the assigned lessons first)

 

 

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

ELA:

Tuesday: Continue the rest of the sentences #11-20/ Write the words in ABC order AND use a different color for the vowels  (a,e,i,o,u)

Wednesday: 3x each

Thursday:

Spelling Test, Vocabulary Unit 12 Test

     Reading Log due, i- ready minutes due ( 80 minutes for ELA and 80 minutes MATH total for this week)

 

MATH: 

Review Lessons 8-1 through 8-10

Review Chapter Review and lesson reviews for the test Wednesday

Write out 4-12 times tables in under 10 minutes

 

SS: Review Vocabulary/notes

Science: Review Vocabulary/notes

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

 

Spelling:

Wednesday: 3x each

Thursday:

Spelling Test, Vocabulary Unit 12 Test

     Reading Log due, i- ready minutes due ( 80 minutes for ELA and 80 minutes MATH total for this week)

Math:

Write out 4-12 times tables in under 10 minutes

i -Ready lessons for Math and Reading

 

Science and SS: Last day to complete all vocabulary charts. Social Studies: Chapter 4 & Science is Chapter 6

Pictures must have captions if it is not clear.

 

Martin Luther King Jr. coloring competition! 

Color the picture provided with crayons, colored pencils, markers, glitter, and anything else to make your picture extra special.

Due THURSDAY (tomorrow)

 

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Math: Complete 2 i-Ready lessons that were assigned

ELA: complete two i-Ready that were assigned

Study: SS and SCIENCE vocabulary (test next week) be prepared (either Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday)

 

Friday, January 14, 2022 NO SCHOOL & NO SCHOOL MONDAY 1/17/22

(Observing Martin Luther King Jr. Day) 

 

Tomorrow, January 7, 2022 – Academy goes remote for the day only

Dear Parent/Guardians:

Tomorrow, January 7, 2022, our academy will be doing remote instruction for this day ONLY.

As there is an 80% chance the snow is to begin at 3 am Friday morning making it dangerous to walk and travel with the children.  Therefore, to keep the children, and you, safe, I have decided to use this very special resource of Remote Instruction for the day.

We will be following the usual schedule for First Friday.  Therefore, classes will begin at 8:30 am and end at 12:30 pm, unless instructed differently by their teacher.  Your child’s teacher is posting on their homework page all instructions, as well as review this process with your child/children.  The children are already familiar with this process.

Also, the following must be followed:

  1.  Students must have their cameras on in order for the teacher to see they are participating and be able to mark them present.
  2.  Students will follow the full day with the class.  Classes end at 12:30 pm.
  3. Students will receive their devices to take home and all needed books.  (Please we do not have any extra.  Make sure that your child takes good care of their device because if they are broken, we have no more to give out.)
  4.  In order to reinforce to the children that this is a regular day of school, they must be in uniform.  (In the past, some children felt that being in bed with pajamas on was an appropriate way to attend a remote lesson.  We want them to know that this is not the demeanor to do schoolwork.)

Classes resume on Monday, January 10, 2022, for in-person instruction.  As always, do not send your child to school if they are sick.

I pray you remain safe.

God bless you and your children,

Mrs. DeLuca

Principal

 

Happy New Year and Return to Academy, Tomorrow, January 3, 2022

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Happy and Healthy New Year to you, your dear children, and families.  Thank you for your cards, wonderful, kind words and gifts and well wishes for me and my family.  May our Lord bless you abundantly with what you need.  This is my prayer for you and your families for this new year.  

As we pray that this pandemic would soon come to an end, unfortunately, the Omicron strand has invaded our world, and  we must be as vigilant as possible to keep our children safe and every one we come in contact with.  Therefore, as has been stressed the past two years and always, it is of the upmost importance that IF YOU CHILD IS ILL IN ANY WAY, HE/SHE MUST NOT COME TO SCHOOL.  

Please follow the following in order to keep all students and faculty safe:

  1.  STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK.
  2.  DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL IF YOU OR A HOUSEHOLD FAMILY MEMBER HAS PENDING COVID TEST RESULTS.
  3.  FOLLOW THE COVID SAFETY AND HEALTH PROTOCOLS INSTRUCTED TO YOU BY YOUR CHILD’S HOMEROOM TEACHER.
  4.  CONSULT YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER REGARDING COVID TESTING AND VACCINES.
  5.  IN SCHOOL, STUDENTS MUST COME IN WITH THE DAILY HEALTH SCREENING FORM OR THEY WILL BE SENT HOME.
  6.  SOCIAL  DISTANCING MUST BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES, 3 FT MINIMUM FOR CLASSROOMS, 6 FT ALL OTHER AREAS OF THE   BUILDING.
  7.  FACE COVERINGS AT ALL TIMES.  ALSO, MEDICAL MASKS WORK BETTER WITH THIS STRAND RATHER THAN CLOTH MASKS.
  8.  WE HAVE, AS ALWAYS SINCE COVID STARTED, A LIMITED VISITOR POLICY.
  9.  PLEASE REPORT TO US IMMEDIATELY POSITIVE CASES.
  10.  STUDENTS WHO CANNOT BE IN SCHOOL DUE TO COVID WILL REMAIN CONNECTED TO THE DAY’S LESSONS THROUGH REMOTE  INSTRUCTION IF THEY ARE WELL ENOUGH TO ATTEND.  IF THEY REMAIN IN CLASS THROUGH REMOTE INSTRUCTION, THEY WILL NOT BE MARKED ABSENT.  THIS IS POSSIBLE FOR ONLY COVID RELATED CASES.

Thank you for your cooperation which is most important at this time for all of us.

May our Lord bless and watch over all of us.

God bless,

Mrs. Frances DeLuca

Principal

Happy New Year! Homework: January 3, 2022

HAPPY NEW YEAR! ~2022~

FRIDAY IS A REMOTE DAY AND HALF DAY!!

 

Monday: 1/3/22 

 

 * work on your new Reading Log, Spelling, and Vocabulary ( Tests will be next Monday)

Spelling words: 

Monday: 3 x each

Tuesday: ABC order

Wednesday: Definitions #1-20

HOMEWORK DUE TOMORROW IF YOU WILL NOT BE THERE FRIDAY.

 

  1. calendar
  2. celebration
  3. resolution
  4. vision
  5. countdown
  6. blizzard
  7. thermal
  8. hibernation
  9. epiphany
  10. flurries
  11. equality
  12. entertainment
  13. segregation
  14. snowflake
  15. thermometer
  16. earmuffs
  17. cocoa
  18. marvelous
  19. encouragement
  20. inspiration

 

 

Tuesday: 1/4/22

Finish all incomplete classwork

i-Ready Math: 20 mins

i-Ready Reading 20 mins

Review Fraction notes

Finish Coach Reading

Study Vocabulary, Grammar, work on Reading Log

 

Wednesday: 1/5/22

Finish all incomplete classwork

i-Ready Math: 20 mins

i-Ready Reading 20 mins

Finish all incomplete classwork

i-Ready Math: 20 mins

i-Ready Reading 20 mins

Review Fraction notes

Finish Coach Reading

Study Vocabulary, Grammar, work on Reading Log

 

Thursday: 1/6/22

Finish all incomplete classwork

i-Ready Math: 20 mins

i-Ready Reading 20 mins

Review Fraction notes

Finish Coach Reading

Study Vocabulary, Grammar, work on Reading Log

 

1/6/22 (This was classwork and must be completed)

Science:
Chapter 6 : Earth’s Surface and Interior

Complete Vocabulary chart first:    word           definition        picture

Lessons 3, 4, 5

Lesson 3: page C 32
glacier
terminus
moraine
glacial till
erratic
outwash plain

Lesson 4:  page C42
humus
horizon
topsoil
subsoil
soil profile
pore space
permeability

Lesson 5: Page C 52
earthquake
fault
seismic waves
crust
mantle
outer core 
inner core

Lesson 3 questions:
Directions write out questions and skip a line. Then answer the question using a part of the original question thoroughly.

1. What do glaciers do?
2. Did glaciers exist in the past?
3.  How can wind cause erosion?

Lesson 4 questions:
1. What is soil made of?
2. How are soils alike and different?
3. Why is soil important?

Lesson 5 questions:
1. What is an earthquake and what causes it?
2. What are seismic waves?
3. What is Earth’s structure/layers?

 

Friday: 1/7/22

Finish all incomplete classwork

i-Ready Math: 20 mins

i-Ready Reading 20 mins

Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!

December 16, 2021

Dear Parents and Guardians,

With much prayer and joy of being together again with your children in our academy, we have completed trimester 1 and have started trimester 2 this Monday.  We have seen a good adjustment with the children by the end of November.   The children have done very well in their report card grades.  Where trimester 1, for this year, due to many remote students returning to in-person instruction, was a review and reinforcement of the prior year, trimester 2 brings us to the full emersion into the curriculum for the year.  Therefore, continue to encourage your dear children to keep up their hard work.

With Omicron Covid in the rise in the city, and the constant rules changing from the State, I personally thank you for keeping your child at home when they are not well.  This is a must for the benefit of your child and other children in the class.  Please be vigilant during the holidays to avoid large crowds with the children and get them tested for Covid if they appear ill.

Christmas vacation begins of Wednesday, December 22, 2021, at 3:00 pm.  The academy will be closed, Thursday, December 23, 2021 to January 2, 2022.  We resume school of Monday, January 3, 2022,

On behalf of Fr. Tom, our pastor, Dr. Mangar, our chairperson, my faculty, staff and myself, I wish you a blessed Christmas and a New Year which will be full of good health, peace, joy, and prosperity.  

May our Lord protect and watch over you and your dear families.

Merry Christmas!

With love and prayers,

Mrs. Frances DeLuca

 

Week of December 6- 10, 2021

Please watch videos below….

 

 

Monday: 12/6

Math: review Chapter 8 Lessons 1-3

ELA:                 Read for 20 mins

                          Complete Spelling Homework: 3x each

                          Finish incomplete classwork

Science:           Test on Tuesday, Chapter 5      12/14

Social Studies: Test Thursday Chapter 3 12/9

Religion:            Advent Season: Show an act of kindness to your family at home.

i-Ready:             20 mins Math & 20 mins Reading (MY PATH)

Spelling Words for the Week of December 6th:

1. sickly
2. hardly
3. quickly
4. slowly
5. carefully
6. wonderful
7. beautiful
8. graceful
9. spoonful
10. darkness
11.shapeless
12. ageless
13. illness
14. goodness
15. spotless
16. painless
17. weakness
18. darkest
19. clearest
20. thoughtful
 
Use FRONT & BACK of lined paper 
Please Make sure it is in your absolute neatest handwriting.
It is now Trimester 2…Points will be deducted for messy handwriting.
 
Monday: 3 x each
Tuesday: ABC order in cursive
Wednesday: Definitions 1-20 all
Thursday: Study Study Study!
                   Put all work in order and staple if you can.
HW due FRIIDAY: Test Friday

 

Tuesday: 12/7

Math: review Chapter 8 Lessons 1-4

ELA:                  Read for 20 mins

                           Complete Spelling Homework: ABC order

                                                                                    Start definitions

                           Finish incomplete classwork

Science:             Test on Thursday Chapter 5      12/6

Social Studies: Test Monday  12/9

Religion:            Advent Season: Show an act of kindness to a friend.

i-Ready:             20 mins Math & 20 mins Reading (MY PATH)

 

Wednesday: 12/8

Immaculate Conception: Holy Day of Obligation

 

Thursday: 12/9

Math: review Chapter 8 Lessons 1-5

ELA:                  Read for 20 mins

                           Complete Spelling Homework: complete the definitions

                           Finish incomplete classwork

Science:            Test today!

Social Studies: Test Monday  12/9 Study Study Study!

Religion:            Advent Season: Show an act of kindness to your principal.

i-Ready:             20 mins Math & 20 mins Reading (MY PATH)

 

 

Friday: 12/10

Report Card Day: Zoom Calls: Information will posted on Dojo 

Half- Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 29TH…

I-READY MUST BE COMPLETED EVERY NIGHT:

30 MINUTES ELA

30 MINUTES MATH

It will be counted as part of a Math grade AND ELA grade!

All lessons must be completed even if it is late…by Wednesday.

 

MONDAY: 11/29

MATH:        CHAPTER 5 TEST ON LONG DIVISION IS ON THURSDAY 12/2/21

                      *** Chapter 5 Test Review: Textbook page 202 # 1-25 Complete it in Math notebook

                      Show all work!

                       i-Ready 30 minutes

  

                      REVIEW WORKBOOK PAGES & CHAPTER REVIEW LONG DIVISION

                      Test clues: 

                       Know what fact families are for division and multiplication

                       What’s the rule (find the pattern)

                       Long division

                       order of operation ( division, multiplication, addition, subtraction)

                       

ELA:             SPELLING: 3X EACH

                     All Spelling HW and Reading log due FRIDAY 

                      UNIT 6 VOCABULARY TEST TOMORROW pgs70- 75

                      UNIT 7 VOCABULARY TEST FRIDAY pgs 78- 85

                     Grammar: Unit 2 : Complete pages 40-43

SS:                CHAPTER 3 VOCABULARY TEST WEDNESDAY

SCIENCE:   CHAPTER 5 VOCABULARY TEST  THURSDAY

RELIGION: HOW MANY BOOKS ARE IN THE OLD TESTAMENT?

                       HOW MANY BOOKS ARE IN THE NEW TESTAMENT?

                       LOOK UP 1 JOHN 4:16….WHAT DOES IT SAY? WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

                      WRITE 4-5 SENTENCES EXPLAINING.

https://biblehub.com/catholic/1_john/4-16.htm

Spelling words:

Spelling words week #9

 

  1. dart 
  2. guard 
  3. award 
  4. backyard
  5. argue 
  6. spark 
  7. target
  8. smart 
  9. charge
  10. carpet
  11. warp              
  12. door
  13. fort
  14. morning
  15. stork
  16.  cord
  17. worn
  18. stormy
  19. core
  20. bore                     

Monday: 3x each

Tuesday: ABC order

Wednesday and Thursday: Definitions #1-20

Friday: Turn in assignments and Reading Log too

 

 

 

TUESDAY: 11/30

MATH:            Textbook page 203 -204 #1-24 all 

                          Show all work!

                          i-Ready 30 minutes

ELA:                 Spelling: ABC order

                          All Spelling HW and Reading log due FRIDAY 

                          Grammar workbook: pages 44-47

                          UNIT 7 VOCABULARY TEST FRIDAY pgs 78- 85

SS:                    Chapter 3 Vocabulary Test tomorrow

SCIENCE:       Chapter 5 Vocabulary Test Thursday

RELIGION:    Study notes

WEDNESDAY: 12/1

MATH:            Study for the Chapter 5 test

                           i-Ready 30 minutes

                           Please make sure the following (classwork) workbook pages are completed and signed:

                           page 1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 14, 15 18, 141 by tomorrow            

ELA:                  Spelling definitions #1-20 

                           All Spelling HW and Reading log due FRIDAY 

                           Grammar workbook pages 48-50

                           UNIT 7 VOCABULARY TEST FRIDAY pgs 78- 85

SS:                     Reread the chapter

SCIENCE:        Vocabulary Test tomorrow

RELIGION:     Study notes

THURSDAY: 12/2

MATH:            Chapter 8 Fractions : workbook page 95 and 96

ELA:                All Spelling HW and Reading log due TOMORROW 

                         UNIT 7 VOCABULARY TEST FRIDAY pgs 78- 85

SS:                     study notes

SCIENCE:        study notes

RELIGION:      study notes

FRIDAY: 12/3 

MATH:                i- Ready at least 40 minutes for the weekend

ELA:                     i- Ready at least 40 minutes for the weekend

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://youtu.be/wcORAhcTXuM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of November 22….No SCHOOL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

Wednesday EARLY Dismissal: 12:30p.m
Monday, November 22, 2021

Math: All workbook pages 60-65 odd should be done

Spelling: 3x each today and Tuesday

Vocabulary Unit 6: Finish up the pages from classwork

 

Native American Presentations tomorrow: 1 index card per student only

Presentations should not be more than 10 minutes- including artifacts and timeline.

Students should not read the entire poster.

Over the break HW:

I have decided not to give a packet. If you would like one, please message me on Dojo today.

Students need to complete at least to work on skills: ( less than 3 days worth the minutes)

85 minutes of Math 

85 minutes of ELA

This song is for the Christmas show:

Lyrics
 
Girls:
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Would one day walk on water?
 
Boys:
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Would save our sons and daughters?
 
All:
Did you know that your baby boy
Has come to make you new?
This child that you delivered, will soon deliver you
Girls:
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Will give sight to a blind man?
Boys:Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Will calm the storm with his hand?
 
All:
Did you know that your baby boy
Has walked where angels trod?
When you kiss your little baby
You kiss the face of God
Girls:
Mary, did you know?
Boys:
Mary, did you know?
Girls:
Mary, did you know? Did you know?
Boys:

Mary, did you know? Mary, did you know?

All:
The blind will see, the deaf will hear
The dead will live again
The lame will leap, the dumb will speak
The praises of the Lamb
 
Girls:
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Is Lord of all creation?
 
Boys:
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Would one day rule the nations?
 
All:
Did you know that your baby boy
Is heaven’s perfect Lamb?
That sleeping child you’re holding is the great, I Am
Mary, did you know? (SLOW)

 

Week of November 15

Homework:

Monday: 11/15/21

Math: workbook page 58 odd and 59 all

*You will be tested on long multiplication/ long division at least once a week. 

ELA: *Spelling words due Thursday.      *Reading log due Friday.       *Grammar test Thursday, November 18.

I-ready: 20 mins math & 20 mins reading

Social Studies: Ch. 3 vocabulary due Thursday 

Science: Ch. 5 vocabulary due Friday

 

Homework:

Tuesday: 11/16/21

Math: practice times tables & long multiplication daily

-workbook pages 58 odd; 59 all; 60 odd; 61 odd.

Social Studies: Chapter 3 vocabulary charts are due Thursday with pictures

Science: Chapter 5 vocabulary charts due Friday with pictures

Grammar- test Thursday- study pages 36-39 workbook

Vocabulary: Unit 5 test Friday

Spelling homework due Friday

Reading Log due Friday

Native American project: bring in 5-10 posters

Pizza is Wednesday

 

Homework

Wednesday: 11/17/21

Math: complete worksheet (long multiplication)

*workbook pages 61, 62 odd

ELA: Spelling definitions, Reading Log, Study for tomorrow’s Grammar Test

-Vocabulary Unit 5 test Friday

I-ready: 20 mins ELA and 40 mins Math 

Social Studies and Science:  Vocabulary due tomorrow with pictures

Week of November 8…No SCHOOL November 11th (Veterans Day)

Monday, November 8, 2021

MATH:

WORKBOOK PAGE: 184 ( Show work in notebook)

 

Spelling Words Week #7

1.thirty                                    11.sketched

2.width                                   12.ketchup

3.northern                             13.snatch

4.fifth                                      14.stretching

5.choose                                  15.rush

6.touch                                    16.whine

7.chef                                        17.whirl

8.chance                                  18.bring

9.pitcher                                  19.graph

10.kitchen                                20.photo

Monday: 3x each

Tuesday: Abc Order

Wednesday-Thursday: Definitions #1-20

Friday: TEST DAY

 

Science: Chapter 9 Test WEDNESDAY, November 10, 2021

November 11: NO SCHOOL

Social Studies: Chapter 2 Test Friday, November 12, 2021

 

TUESDAY, November 9, 2021

NO school Thursday, November 11, 2021

Math: i-Ready 20 minutes

            workbook pages 56 and 57

ELA : complete Spelling

           work on Reading Log

           Vocabulary workbook pages 40-42 all 

           Grammar workbook pages 36-37 all

Science: TEST TOMORROW

SS:          Study          

 

 

Wednesday, November 10: Science Test Chapter 9

Thursday, November 11: NO SCHOOL

Friday: November 12, Social Studies Chapter 2  Test

              Spelling Test 

              Vocabulary Test Unit 4

              Spelling Due Friday

             Reading Log Due Friday 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, November 10, 2021

NO SCHOOL TOMORROW

MATH: I-READY 40 MINUTES

               DO NOT WORRY ABOUT LONG DIVISION PROBLEMS TODAY. 

 ELA:    I- READY 40 MINUTES

             SPELLING DUE FRIDAY

             VOCABULARY UNIT 4 TEST FRIDAY

             READING LOG DUE FRIDAY

 

SS :      CHAPTER 2 TEST FRIDAY

NATIVE AMERICAN RESEARCH PROJECT DUE IN CLASS FRIDAY

Students are working together in groups to learn/research more about the tribe that they were assigned. 

Some posters have 4 sections, 6 sections, 8 sections

Examples of sections:

History

Culture

Food

Clothing

Language

Men

Women

Children

Tools      

  • Students may work together outside of school. 

  • Each section needs to have one paragraph that has 6-8 sentences

  • Paragraphs need to be neat and in cursive.

  • The poster needs to have 3-10 pictures drawn or printed. ( it can be both too)

  • Artifact: can be made at home as long as the team agrees with the ideas and everyone in the group knows about it.

  • Artifact: should be 3D

Social Studies:

Hints for Chapter 2

Know all Vocabulary for the test…

This test will mainly be about the Vocabulary.

Charts will be collected tomorrow

Know the difference between Iroquois and Algonquin Native Americans.
How were they similar and how are they different?