- Get plenty of rest/sleep the night before. (There will not be a new math packet this week.)
- Eat a protein-filled hearty breakfast to keep the tummies from rumbling.
- Take your time. Read each article, question, graph, and graphic organizer slowly, carefully, closely. STUDENTS ARE NOTPERMITTED TO TAKE OUT ANY OTHER SILENT WORK UNTIL THEY HAVE BEEN SITTING WITH THE TEST FOR A FULL 90MINUTES. (That’s a l-o-n-g time to twiddle your thumbs!) Students have 2 ½ hours to complete the test. Finishing quickly serves no purpose.
- Write slowly, carefully, and look for the correct spelling of words within the passages/questions. Keep the bubble area completely clean, and make sure NO WRITING GOES OUTSIDE THE BOX LINES.
- Bring your favorite #2 pencils (sharpened and ready to go) and eraser.
- Bring your favorite reading, writing, word puzzle, or drawing silentwork for quiet time once your 90-minute-minimum time has passed and you are satisfied with your effort.
- Bring a healthy, dry, finger-food snack for after the testing sessions.
- Bring your confidence. You have worked hard for 150 school days. If an answer doesn’t pop right up, use your background knowledge and problem-solving skills to reason it out. Put your ‘thinking cap’ to good use.
April 29th - Reading OAA
April 30th - Math OAA
May 5th-9th - Book Fair
May 7th - Moms and Muffins
May 16th - "Thank You" Volunteer Breakfast
May 22nd - Field Day "Wyandot Olympics"
May 26th - No School - Memorial Day
June 2nd - Last Day of School for Students
Related Arts Schedule:
Monday - Art Tuesday - PE Wednesday - Library Thursday -Music Friday - Art