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5th Grade Field Trip To Jamestown

Our 5th graders are going to the Jamestown Settlement to learn about Virginia History. They will be leaving October 8th at 9 am and will be returning at 1:30 pm. Please be sure to return your child's permission slip and $15 as soon as possible.

 

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Teacher Appreciation Week May 2 - 6

We appreciate our teachers!!!

Beach Girls Rock! May 7th

Selected girls are invited to Tallwood High School to participate in this leadership and empowerment workshop. Please return the field trip form as soon as possible.

Coffee with the Assistant Principal - May 11th

4th grade parents, please join us on May 11th from 9:00 am - 10:00 in our guidance office for light refreshments and a casual conversation about several subjects, such as school atmosphere, the discipline process and 5th grade preparedness. Please return this form as soon as possible to RSVP. For more information please contact Ms. Logan.

Field Day - May 13th

Our field day event is coming up on May 13th. In order to make this day a success we need your help. This year we are hoping to do a snack stand for our students. We are looking for donations to help us fill this station.
We are specifically looking for the following items:
 Bottled Water
 Snack-sized Chip Bags
 Cookies
 Freeze pops
We will be collecting these items starting today until May 13th.
Thank you so much for your time and support!

Progress Reports emailed - May 17th

Spring Concert - May 17th 1:30 pm

Kids' Choice Awards - May 18th

This is an award ceremony for parents, guardians or family members, who have motivated or inspired students to achieve academic success. Students nominated the person who inspired them and two students from each classroom were selected to present their awards.

4th Grade Reading SOL Part I - May 19th

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects. SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education's expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.

On the day of the test, make sure your child is rested, eats a good breakfast, and arrives to school on time. Know testing dates, and be sure to not schedule any sort of appointment for those days. The night before, make sure that your child gets to bed early enough and gets a good night sleep. Adequate rest does make a difference! If your child is a restless sleeper, take them to do something active earlier in the day. Nutrition also influences how well children do on a test -make sure your child gets a good meal, but not too heavy of a meal. Send them off to school wearing comfortable clothing for long test-taking periods.

Released Tests & Item Sets

SOL Practice Items

4th Grade Reading SOL Part II - May 20th

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects. SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education's expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.

On the day of the test, make sure your child is rested, eats a good breakfast, and arrives to school on time. Know testing dates, and be sure to not schedule any sort of appointment for those days. The night before, make sure that your child gets to bed early enough and gets a good night sleep. Adequate rest does make a difference! If your child is a restless sleeper, take them to do something active earlier in the day. Nutrition also influences how well children do on a test -make sure your child gets a good meal, but not too heavy of a meal. Send them off to school wearing comfortable clothing for long test-taking periods.

Released Tests & Item Sets

SOL Practice Items

4th Grade Math SOL Part I - May 23rd

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects. SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education's expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.

On the day of the test, make sure your child is rested, eats a good breakfast, and arrives to school on time. Know testing dates, and be sure to not schedule any sort of appointment for those days. The night before, make sure that your child gets to bed early enough and gets a good night sleep. Adequate rest does make a difference! If your child is a restless sleeper, take them to do something active earlier in the day. Nutrition also influences how well children do on a test -make sure your child gets a good meal, but not too heavy of a meal. Send them off to school wearing comfortable clothing for long test-taking periods.

Released Tests & Item Sets

SOL Practice Items

4th Grade Math SOL Part II - May 24th

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects. SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education's expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.

On the day of the test, make sure your child is rested, eats a good breakfast, and arrives to school on time. Know testing dates, and be sure to not schedule any sort of appointment for those days. The night before, make sure that your child gets to bed early enough and gets a good night sleep. Adequate rest does make a difference! If your child is a restless sleeper, take them to do something active earlier in the day. Nutrition also influences how well children do on a test -make sure your child gets a good meal, but not too heavy of a meal. Send them off to school wearing comfortable clothing for long test-taking periods.

Released Tests & Item Sets

SOL Practice Items

5th Grade Reading SOL Part I - May 25th

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects. SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education's expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.

On the day of the test, make sure your child is rested, eats a good breakfast, and arrives to school on time. Know testing dates, and be sure to not schedule any sort of appointment for those days. The night before, make sure that your child gets to bed early enough and gets a good night sleep. Adequate rest does make a difference! If your child is a restless sleeper, take them to do something active earlier in the day. Nutrition also influences how well children do on a test -make sure your child gets a good meal, but not too heavy of a meal. Send them off to school wearing comfortable clothing for long test-taking periods.

Released Tests & Item Sets

SOL Practice Items

5th Grade Reading SOL Part II - May 26th

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects. SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education's expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.

On the day of the test, make sure your child is rested, eats a good breakfast, and arrives to school on time. Know testing dates, and be sure to not schedule any sort of appointment for those days. The night before, make sure that your child gets to bed early enough and gets a good night sleep. Adequate rest does make a difference! If your child is a restless sleeper, take them to do something active earlier in the day. Nutrition also influences how well children do on a test -make sure your child gets a good meal, but not too heavy of a meal. Send them off to school wearing comfortable clothing for long test-taking periods.

Released Tests & Item Sets

SOL Practice Items

Memorial Day - May 30th

No school for students or staff!

5th Math SOL Part I - May 31st

The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects. SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education's expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.

On the day of the test, make sure your child is rested, eats a good breakfast, and arrives to school on time. Know testing dates, and be sure to not schedule any sort of appointment for those days. The night before, make sure that your child gets to bed early enough and gets a good night sleep. Adequate rest does make a difference! If your child is a restless sleeper, take them to do something active earlier in the day. Nutrition also influences how well children do on a test -make sure your child gets a good meal, but not too heavy of a meal. Send them off to school wearing comfortable clothing for long test-taking periods.

Released Tests & Item Sets

SOL Practice Items

5th Grade Celebratory Picnic - June 16th

Field Trip Permission Slip

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