Looking out the window, I feel like we still have 3 months of school left and that the date should be FEBRUARY 2nd, not May 2nd. But that's the wonderful Ozarks! Always wanting to surprise us!
Our plans for tomorrow were to walk to the High School to watch the "African Stories". But the weather forecast isn't stable. Right now, if it is an appropriate temperature and not SNOWING (that hurt to type), than we will still brave it. PLEASE send your child with a winter coat, scarf, hat, and gloves if we end up going. If the weather is too yucky or cold, we will simply stay at school.
We have decided to have an outside picnic and fun activities to celebrate our finishing the MAP when the weather is acting more like May.
Thank you for your help and support during the MAP. We have been working VERY hard on our tests and on our projects. DON'T FORGET: Tomorrow is our "Living Museum". Come see all of the famous scientists and inventors that the third grade has become experts on. Your child knows they should have been getting a costume together for this. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BUY ANYTHING to dress your child. A simple prop is enough. Our Museum officially opens at 3:00 and we will start closing around 3:30. Hope to see you there!
Next week, we will return to "normal" routine, but students will be taking their Reading Assessments and completing their writing prompt to wrap up the end of the year.
Last thing, your child should have brought home a sheet from Coach J about Field Day. Field Day is NEXT Wednesday, May 8th. Read the sheet and come prepared ;)
Have a great night! Remember to send costumes and warm clothes tomorrow!
Mrs. Letterman is a third grade teacher at Willard East. This is her 8th year in Willard, but her 10th year to teach third grade!