Creating Edible CellsAfter our final review lesson on plant and animal cells,... Read more
100th Day of School Fun!Last Thursday was the 100th day of school. We had... Read more
Biography Report ScheduleHi Families, Last week in class the students picked the name... Read more
Academic Fair FunLast Saturday, January 27th, CMCS participated in the GCSD Academic... Read more
Preparation Is KeyOur MMUN program takes a lot of hard work and... Read more
Growing With HydroponicsHere are the photos of the 5th year students setting... Read more
Far From OrdinaryAs you can see from all of these pictures, an... Read more
PTO Halloween Event... Read more
Visiting With A Meteorologist... Read more
Fire SafetyWe had the pleasure of having Midway Fire Department come... Read more
Metric Week Fun!Last week was Metric Week in the state of South... Read more
Our Donor’s Choose Books Have Arrived!Hi Families, We want to give a BIG thank you to... Read more
For the Love of BooksHi Families, I want to make sure my students have the... Read more
Hat Day Reading Buddies!This past Wednesday was MMUN $1 Hat Day. This was... Read more
Insects Galore!This past week Mr. Ron Weaver came to teach us... Read more
Pi Day FunI want to start by thanking all of the families... Read more
Wax MuseumLast Thursday we had a wonderful and successful Wax Museum!... Read more
Adventure to Patriots PointThis past Friday the 5th years and I traveled to... Read more
Classroom Expectations & Curriculum
Our classroom is a place of respect; for each other, our work, and ourselves. It is essential for all members of our classroom to feel supported and support each other. The students worked together to come up with our classroom guidelines.
1) We will work together to better learn and understand concepts. Working with our peers, We will be able to delve deeper into our learning and expand our thinking.
2) We understand the importance of our environment, inside the classroom and outside in nature. We will protect and respect our environment, so we can continue to learn and grow from them.
3) We will move our learning into real-world settings. We will discover the wonders of the world and how we can affect change in our world. We will be open-minded about different people, places, and ideas as we become global citizens.
My personal expectation for my students is for them to work at their full potential and create quality work. The Upper Elementary classroom is a demanding place, and it requires the students to focus and put forth a quality effort in all their learning experiences. Together, we will create a community of learners who have a desire to learn, a strong work effort, and the skills they need to be successful in all their endeavors.View 2nd quarter 3 month plan 17-18