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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Forecast says more snow is coming.


  • Stay tuned to Channel 10 to find out the latest forecast for Monday.
  • http://www.turnto10.com/weather

  • Forecast

    "High pressure is moving in today and clearing is in your forecast. It will be gusty and cold Saturday with winds form the northwest gusting up to 45 mph at times and air temperatures in the teens. We will see a clear sky tonight and cold overnight lows near 10. Sunday will have lots of morning sunshine then increasing clouds late in the day. Clouds thicken Sunday night and snow is expected to develop overnight into Monday morning. Minor early morning accumulations may make for a slow morning commute with periods of heavier snow reducing visibilities in addition to making roads slippery. The snow should wind down for Monday night followed by an arctic blast that could bring record lows for Tuesday morning. Snow totals are tricky as of this morning with the chance to mix with sleet and rain. The track will determine whether warmer air can sneak in or whether we remain all snow. In this all-snow solution, he have the potential to see 8-12" of snow. In the warmer/ mixing solution, totals will be closer to 2" along the coast to 4-6" for Providence and near 8-12" northern RI/ northern Bristol County Mass. Stay tuned...
    Saturday: Increasing sunshine, windy and very cold. High: 18.
    Tonight: Clear and cold. Low: 10.
    Sunday: Increasing clouds and breezy. High: 30.
    Monday: Snow, possibly heavy at times. Windy too. High: 26.
    Tuesday: Mostly sunny, blustery and bitterly cold. High: 17, Low: -4.
    Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High: 35.
    Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow. High: 33.
    Friday: mostly sunny and colder. High: 23."

Frozen - Let It Go (Arabic) Subs

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Blizzard 2015 No School

NO SCHOOL WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28, 2015. Stay safe and warm.
Email from our Superintendent:
Dear Providence Schools Staff,
Because of ongoing storm clean-up, all Providence Public Schools will be closed Wednesday, January 28th. District offices WILL re-open. Only non-union Central Office administrators need report, unless otherwise notified by their managers. No school-based staff should report. Please, stay warm and safe.
Thank you.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Learning during the snow storm.



Boys and girls, during the snow storm, here are some fun things to do on the computer while you are stuck inside (if you are not outside shoveling, sledding, or making a snowman).

Practice your math skills here:


http://www.sumdog.com/


http://www.primarygames.com/math.php




Play some reading games here:


http://pbskids.org/games/reading/


http://www.primarygames.com/reading.php


http://www.starfall.com/




Play some Science games here:


http://www.primarygames.com/science.php



Play some Social Studies games here:


http://www.primarygames.com/social_studies.php



Play lots of interesting and fun games here:


http://www.knowledgeadventure.com/



http://www.education.com/games/educational/?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new-games-jan-2015&utm_content=prek-kinder-basic&cid=50.937


Here is the link to practice for the PARCC test we will be taking in March.
http://parcc.pearson.com/practice-tests/


Our class will be taking the third grade English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics PARCC Tests.






Tuesday, January 20, 2015

TESTING

Good Morning!

Students in our ELL classrooms are in the middle of testing in many areas.  We have had to take the Star Math testing for Middle of Year math assessment, DIBELS for reading assessment, ACCESS for language acquisition assessment, and our usual weekly Reading Street tests.  Students have been, and still are being assessed over the next few days in ACCESS.  This week and next week, students will be individually assessed in the Speaking portion of the ACCESS test.  Also, many are still being individually assessed on their reading progress through DIBELS.

Please be advised.  Your children should have a good, nutritious meal and a good night sleep so that they come to school prepared and ready to learn.

These tests are all standardized and state or district mandated tests.  I have no control over them.

Have a great week!

~Ms. Chuk


Monday, December 22, 2014

Happy Vacation!

Hello!

Happy Vacation! 

This is a welcome rest. 

Students, please remember to play on sumdog.com, because we are in the Holiday National Contest!  I hope you rest well, play and spend lots of fun times with your family and friends.  Here are some of the latest pictures for you to enjoy.


Merry Christmas and see you soon!


PBSI CELEBRATION: MAKING SNOWFLAKES.  NOT MY CLASSROOM, BUT I OFFERRED MY UNASSIGNED PERIODS TO TEACH STUDENTS FROM KINDERGARTEN TO FIFTH GRADE WHO EARNED FUN TIME.