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Margaret Fox-McClellan

Mrs. McClellan

Mrs. McClellan
Fox-McClellan, Margaret

Special Areas 2017-18

Monday: 11:50- 12:35   

Art with Mrs. Roll

Tuesday: 12:00- 12:35

P.E. with Coach Cooper

Wednesday: 12:00- 12:35

P.E. with Coach Birk

Thursday: 12:00- 12:35

Music with Ms. Moore OR Ms. Anderson

   Friday:12:00- 12:35  

Music with Ms. Moore


Lunchtime: 11:09- 11:34 

Recess: Everyday (please wear appropriate shoes)

For Parents who want to order online for Scholastic Book Club, our class code is H3BZX

Restate the question

Answer the Question

Details, details, details (use details to support your answer!)


Homework- January 11


new goals were assigned


Math -Garnet

Worksheet odd numbers only, but Front & back

Math- Gold

Worksheet odd numbers only, but Front & back



Students may need to "refresh" their supplies, please ask  your child what he/she needs. Most needs are glue sticks, expo markers, and pencils.

 Tests week of

Jan.8- Jan.12              

E.L.A - Test Tuesday on Theme, context clues, and summarizing

Spelling: next Tuesday





Grandparent's Day

AR BRAG BOARD- Students must achieve 80% or higher for their comprehension and should strive for 100% of their individual goal! The following students are at 80% or higher for comprehension.

First nine weeks Way to go on making your goal....

 Zachary, Lisa, Carter, Libby, Rylan, Will, Aubrey aa

Second Nine week CAs WAY to GO making your goal!

Kyle, La'Miya, Carter, Lisa, Zachary, Libby, Daniela, Scout, Aubrey, Will

Third nine weeks


25%  Harrison

20%  Kyle, Scout,


10% Carter, Aubrey, Zachary

5%    Daniela, La'miya, Conner (9%),


updated January 5- 

The Million Word Challenge: It has been proven time and again that students that read at night excel in all areas of school. From my own experience, students that do not read at night simply do not make learning gains. Knowing this, I'm counting on you to help me ensure that students read at home daily. Students will be required to meet their AR goal each nine weeks.

Students that reach the Million Word Club will get a prize at the end of the year. Our AR program keeps track of the amount of words read per student. Most of my students usually love this challenge each year.

1,731,000 Zachary (way to go!)

495,000 Will

494,000 Carter

416,000 Lisa

366,000 Rylan

355,000 Coulson

To make one million words students need to at 750,000 by the end of Spring Break

updated January 5, 2018