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  • 5th Grade News // Week 27

    Every week our 5th grade teachers update this blog post with important announcements, class updates, student + parent resources and more. Check back every Sunday at 5pm for new posts! Looking for posts from previous weeks? Simply click on the month below to be directed to that section in this post. THIS WEEK: MARCH 8-14 February 2021 January 2021 December 2020 WEEK 27 // MARCH 8-14 At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Announcements Quarter 3 ends next week 3/11 Thursday Writing Unit Focus: Essay Masters = Focus on all standards (Subjects/Topics) Writing Club: Monday’s and Thursday’s @ 1215-1245 Quizzes Math: 3/11 Thursday: Topics 1-3 of Unit 5 Reading: 3/11 Thursday: Literary Devices Daily Assignments Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM 3/8 Monday Math - 3/8 Monday: Variables Pt 1 Reading - 3/8 Monday: Literary Devices and Poetry Science - Monday March 8: Planet Project Day 2 3/9 Tuesday Math - 3/9 Tuesday: Variables Pt 2 Reading - 3/9 Tuesday: Literary Device Review Writing - Tuesday, 3/9: Persuasive Essay Outline 3/11 Thursday Math - 3/11 Thursday: Unit 5 Quiz Reading - 3/11 Thursday: Literary Device Quiz Science - Thursday March 11: Planet Project Day 3 3/12 Friday - NO SCHOOL WEEK 26 // MARCH 1-7 NEW SCHEDULE! Click here to view the new 5th grade schedule. At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Announcements Quarter 3 ends next week 3/11 Thursday Writing Unit Focus: Essay Masters = Focus on all standards (Subjects/Topics) Writing Club: Monday’s and Thursday’s @ 1215-1245 Upcoming Tests Math: 3/11 Thursday: Topics 1-3 of Unit 5 Reading: 3/11 Thursday: Literary Devices Science Test: 3/1 Monday Daily Assignments Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM 3/1 Monday Math - 3/1 Monday: GEMDAS Pt 1 Reading - 3/1 Monday: Hyperbole and Imagery Science - Monday March 1: Test Day 3/2 Tuesday Math - 3/2 Tuesday: GEMDAS Pt 2 Reading - 3/2 Tuesday: Hyperbole and Imagery Writing - Tuesday, 3/2: Persuasive Essay Pt 1 3/4 Thursday Math - 3/4 Thursday: Groupings Pt 1 Reading - 3/4 Thursday: Symbolism and Tone Science - Thursday March 4: Planet Project Intro 3/5 Friday Math - 3/5 Friday: Groupings Pt 2 Reading - 3/5 Friday: Hyperbole, Imagery, Symbolism, and Tone Review Writing - Friday 3/5: Persuasive Essay Pt 2 WEEK 25 // FEBRUARY 22-28 NEW SCHEDULE! Click here to view the new 5th grade schedule. At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Announcements 2/23 Tuesday: Agenda/Planner Use and Writing Notes How to with 5th grade advisors Writing Unit Focus: Essay Masters = Focus on all standards (Subjects/Topics) Writing Club: Monday’s and Thursday’s @ 1215-1245 BHM SPECIAL FAMILY NIGHT - FRIDAY, FEB. 26TH AT 6PM - Click Here for more information Upcoming Tests Math Test: 2/26 Friday Science Test: 3/1 Monday Daily Assignments Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM 2/22 Monday Math - 2/22 Monday: Subtracting Mixed Numbers Reading - 2/22 Monday: Simile and Metaphor Science - Monday February 22nd: Space Review Part 2 2/23 Tuesday Math - 2/23 Tuesday: Review 1 Reading - 2/23 Tuesday: More Simile and Metaphor Writing - Tuesday, 2/23: Informational Essay Paragraphs 2/25 Thursday Math - 2/25 Thursday: Review 2 Reading - 2/25 Thursday: Personification & Onomatopoeia Science - Thursday February 25: Space Review Pt 3 2/26 Friday Math - 2/26 Friday: Test Day! Unit 4 Reading - 2/26 Friday: Simile, Metaphor, Personification, & Onomatopoeia Review Writing - Friday 2/26: Adding Transition Words BHM SPECIAL FAMILY NIGHT - FRIDAY, FEB. 26TH AT 6PM - Click Here for more information WEEK 24 // FEBRUARY 15-21 NEW SCHEDULE! Click here to view the new 5th grade schedule. At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Announcements 2/16 Tuesday: Agenda/Planner Use and Writing Notes How to with 5th grade advisors Writing Unit Focus: Essay Masters = Focus on all standards (Subjects/Topics) Writing Club: Monday’s and Thursday’s @ 1215-1245 Upcoming Tests Reading Test: 2/16 Tuesday Math Test: 2/26 Friday Science Test: 3/1 Monday Daily Assignments Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM 2/15 Monday NO SCHOOL 2/16 Tuesday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 2/16 Tuesday: Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers Reading - 2/16 Tuesday: Test Day Writing - Tuesday, 2/16: Informational Essay Research 2/18 Thursday Math - 2/18 Thursday: Adding Mixed Numbers Reading - 2/18 Thursday: Favorite Characters Science - Thursday February 18: Test Review 1 2/19 Friday Math - 2/19 Friday: Review Friday Reading - 2/19 Friday: Let’s Read: International Space Station Writing - Friday February 19: Informational Research Outline FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH AT 6PM - Click Here for more information WEEK 23 // FEBRUARY 8-12 NEW SCHEDULE! Click here to view the new 5th grade schedule. At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Announcements Agenda’s: They help with note taking organization. It is useful to have them on our person every class! Writing Test: 2/9 Tuesday Reading Test: 2/16 Tuesday Writing Club: Monday’s and Thursday’s @ 1215-1245 Daily Assignments Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM 2/8 Monday Math - 2/8 Monday: Dividing Fractions: Simplifying Reading - 2/8 Monday: Evidence for Main Points Science - Monday February 8: Lunar Cycle 2/9 Tuesday Math - 2/9 Tuesday: Dividing Fractions: Word Problems Reading - 2/9 Tuesday: Unit 3 Review day 1 Writing - Tuesday, 2/9: Test Day 2/11 Thursday Math - 2/11 Thursday: Converting Mixed Numbers to Fractions Reading - 2/11 Thursday: Unit 3 Review day 2 Science - Thursday February 11: Lunar Cycle 2/12 Friday Math - 2/12 Friday: Review Friday Reading - 2/12 Friday: Review Friday Writing - Friday February 12: Informational Essay Proposal WEEK 22 // FEBRUARY 1-5 NEW SCHEDULE! Click here to view the new 5th grade schedule. NO SCHOOL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Announcements: Agendas: Notes Intensives: 1:30pm Writing Test Tuesday 2/9 Writing Club (11:45 - 12:15) - Ms Bueno’s Zoom 2/1 Monday Math - 2/1 Monday: Multiplying Fractions: Word Problems Reading - 2/1 Monday: Locating Answers from Multiple Sources Science - Monday February 1: Shadows 2/2 Tuesday Math - 2/1 Tuesday: Dividing Fractions: Keep Change Flip Reading - 2/1 Tuesday: Main Points of Information: Texts Writing - Tuesday, 2/2: Unit 4 Review 2/4 Thursday Math - 2/4 Thursday: Dividing Fractions: Multiplying Reading - 2/4 Thursday: Evidence for Main Points Science - Thursday February 4: Constellations 2/5 Friday NO SCHOOL WEEK 21 // JANUARY 25-29 NEW SCHEDULE! Click here to view the new 5th grade schedule. At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Daily Assignments/Class Announcements Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM 1/25 Monday Announcements: New schedule starts today Supply pickup this week Writing Club (1145 - 1215) - Ms Bueno’s Zoom Math - 1/25 Monday: Factoring and GCF Reading - 1/25 Monday: Point of View Science - Monday January 25: Space Review 1/26 Tuesday Math - 1/26 Tuesday: Adding/Subtracting Fractions by Fractions: Multiplying Reading - 1/26 Tuesday: Compare and Contrast Point of View Writing - Tuesday, 1/26: Conclusion 1/27 Thursday Math - 1/28 Thursday: Multiplying Fractions by Fractions: GCF Reading - 1/28 Thursday: Compare and Contrast Point of View Science - Thursday January 28: Space Review Writing Club (1145 - 1215) - Ms Bueno’s Zoom 1/29 Friday Math - 1/29 Friday: Multiplying Fractions by Fractions: All Steps Reading - 1/29 Friday: Review Assignment Writing - Friday 1/29: Conclusion 2 WEEK 20 // JANUARY 18-22 At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Daily Assignments/Class Announcements Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM 1/18 Monday No School 1/12 Tuesday Math - 1/19 Tuesday: Adding/Subtracting Fractions with Word Problems Reading - 1/19 Tuesday: Relationships with Scientific Texts Science - Tuesday January 19: Constellations 2 Writing - Tuesday, 1/19: Dialogue Words Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 1/14 Thursday Math - 1/21 Thursday: Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Pt1 Reading - 1/21 Thursday: Relationships with Historical Texts Science - Thursday January 21: Light + Shadows Writing - Thursday 1/21: Transitional Words Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Science- 1215-115 Upcoming Tests/Other Announcements Writing Club (1145 - 1215) - Ms Bueno’s Zoom 12/11 Friday Math - 1/22 Friday: Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Pt2 Reading - 1/22 Friday: Summary Science - Friday January 22: CFU Writing - Friday 1/22: Concrete Words Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 WEEK 19 // JANUARY 11-15 At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minutes per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory Daily Assignments + Class Announcements 1/11 Monday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 1/11 Monday: Common Denominators Pt1 Reading - 1/11 Monday: Main Idea Science - Monday January 11: Introduction Writing - 1/11: Intro to the Narrative Essay Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Science- 1215-115 Office Hours Upcoming Tests/Other Announcements Writing club (1145 - 1215) - Ms Bueno’s Zoom 1/12 Tuesday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 1/12 Tuesday: Common Denominators Pt2 Reading - 1/12 Tuesday: Two Main Ideas Science - Tuesday January 12: Orbits Writing - Tuesday, 1/12: Brainstorming Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 1/14 Thursday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 1/14 Thursday: Adding and Subtracting Fractions Pt1 Reading - 1/14 Thursday: Main Idea with Key Details Science - Thursday January 14: Sun Writing - Thursday 1/14: Outline Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Science- 1215-115 Upcoming Tests/Other Announcements Writing Club (1145 - 1215) - Ms Bueno’s Zoom 12/11 Friday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 1/15 Friday: Adding and Subtracting Fractions Pt2 Reading - 1/15 Friday: Objective Summary Science - Friday January 15: Constellations Writing - Friday 1/15: Orienting the Reader Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 WEEK 14 // DECEMBER 7-11 At Home Practice Suggestions: Math: Multiplication and Division Facts Reading: Read an article 20 minute per night Science: Nothing to Report Writing: Write a short, descriptive, story focusing on a favorite memory 12/7 Monday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Daily Assignments/Class Announcements Math - 12/7 Monday: Unit 3 Review 1 Reading - Monday 12/7: Unit 2 Test Review Science - Monday December 7: Eat or be Eaten 1 Writing - Monday 12/7: Unit 1 Review (part 1) Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Science- 1215-115 Small Groups Reading: 1:30-2:00 Math: 2:00-2:30 Science: 3:30-4:00 Upcoming Tests/Other Announcements Reading Test Tuesday December 8th Math Test Thursday December 10th Review/Test Week for all classes! Writing club. 12/8 Tuesday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 12/8 Tuesday: Unit 3 Review 2 Reading - 12/8 Tuesday: Unit 2 Test Science - Tuesday December 8: Eat or be Eaten 2 Writing - Tuesday 12/8: Unit 1 Review (part 2) Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 Small Groups Reading: 1:30-2:00 Math: 2:00-2:30 Writing: 3:30-4:00 12/3 Thursday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 12/10 Thursday: Unit 3 Test Reading - 12/10 Thursday: Finals Review 1 Science - Thursday December 10: Finals Game Writing - Thursday 12/10: Unit 2 and 3 Review (part 1) Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Science- 1215-115 Small Groups Reading: 1:30-2:00 Math: 2:00-2:30 Science: 3:30-4:00 12/11 Friday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 12/11: Unit 1 and 2 Review Reading - 12/11: Friday: Finals Review 2 Science - Friday December 11: Finals Review Writing - Frida 12/11: Unit 2 and 3 Review (part 2) Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 Small Groups Reading: 1:30-2:00 Math: 2:00-2:30 Writing: 3:30-4:00 WEEK 10 // NOVEMBER 16-19 Upcoming Tests: Science // Thursday November 19 11/16 Monday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 11/16 Monday: Multiplying w/ Decimals Reading - 11/16 Monday: Text Structure Characteristics Science - Monday November 16: Review Writing - Monday November 16: Research Part I Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 Small Groups Reading: 1:30-2:00 Math: 2:00-2:30 Writing: 3:30-4:00 11/17 Tuesday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 11/17 Tuesday: Multiplying with Decimals Reading - 11/17 Tuesday: Venn Diagrams Science - Tuesday November 17: Q & A Writing - Tuesday November 17: Research Part 2 Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 Small Groups Reading: 1:30-2:00 Math: 2:00-2:30 Writing: 3:30-4:00 Upcoming Tests Science: Thursday November 19 11/19 Thursday Student Work - Complete all work each day by 11:59PM Math - 11/19 Thursday: Dividing w/ Decimals Reading - 11/19 Thursday: Compare Text Structures w/ ACE Science - Thursday November 19: Assessment Writing - Thursday November 19: Research Part 3 Office Hours Math - 930-1030 Reading - 1045-1145 Writing- 1215-115 Small Groups Reading: 1:30-2:00 Math: 2:00-2:30 Writing: 3:30-4:00 11/20 Friday No School - Thanksgiving Break Begins

  • 4th Grade News // Week 27

    Every week our 4th grade teachers -- Ms. Lombard, Mr. Marshall and Ms. Butay -- update this blog post with important announcements, class updates, student + parent resources and more. Check back every Sunday at 5pm for new posts! 4th Grade Students: Check out this week's SCIENCE CHALLENGE! Looking for posts from previous weeks? Simply click on the week below to be directed to that section in this post. THIS WEEK: MARCH 8-14 February 2021 January 2021 December 2020 November 2020 WEEK 27 // MARCH 8-14 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! We will be wrapping up our Search for Sustainability unit this week! Review Monday and Tuesday with an assessment on Thursday. On Tuesday, we will play Kahoot in class to review! Student Challenge: Explain to someone in your home why we are searching for alternative energy resources. How does it relate to the greenhouse gas effect? See you in class at 12:45 PM to ask questions and engage in conversation! *BONUS* If you complete the student challenge, tell me for a 3IC bonus! WEEK 26 // MARCH 1-7 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Butay - Math We will be ADDING & SUBTRACTING UNLIKE FRACTIONS next week, and this skill has a lot of steps and it can be tricky. I want to encourage you all to attend Math Class everyday this week at 10:45 AM. If you still need additional help on your assignments you can watch Ms. Butay "How to solve it" video or you can go to Fraction office hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 pm. Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! We will have a performance assessment on March 4th to prepare for our assessment on March 11. Student Challenge: Explain the Greenhouse Effect to someone in your home? How does it help/hurt the Earth? See you in class at 12:45 PM to ask questions and engage in conversation! WEEK 25 // FEBRUARY 22-28 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Butay - Math Greetings Math Wizards! We are moving further into Fractions and it will be getting harder. I want to encourage you all to attend Math Class Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 10:45 AM. If you still need additional help on your assignments I will be hosting a Fraction office hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 pm. Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! The Search for Sustainability is on! Student Challenge: Tell someone in your home the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources! Can you give an example? See you in class at 12:45 PM to ask questions and engage in conversation!! WEEK 24 // FEBRUARY 15-21 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Butay - Math Greetings Math Wizards! Fractions will be getting harder, so I want to encourage you all to attend Math Class Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 10:45 AM. If you still need additional help on your assignments I will be hosting a Fraction office hours on Tuesdays and Thursday at 3:30-4:30pm. Ms. Lombard - Science We are starting a new unit, "The Search for Sustainability!" Student Challenge: Start thinking about the environment and the natural resources we use to survive! See you in classes at 12:45 PM to ask questions and engage in conversation! WEEK 23 // FEBRUARY 8-12 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Butay - Math Greetings Math Wizards! Fractions can be really tricky, so I want to encourage you all to attend Math Class Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 10:45 AM. If you still need additional help on your assignments I will be hosting a Fraction office hours on Tuesdays and Thursday at 3:30-4:30pm. Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! Time to celebrate your knowledge with an end-of-unit assessment on Friday, February 12th. Student Challenge: To prepare, complete the performance assessment and review! I also recommend that you attend classes at 12:45 PM to ask questions and engage in conversation! WEEK 21 NEWS // JANUARY 25-29, 2021 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Butay - Math Greetings Math Wizards! Next week we will be starting Fractions!! Fractions can be really tricky, so ALL of you should plan to attend Math Class Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 10:45 pm. Don’t forget your pencil and paper so you can take notes. Ms. Butay - Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! Ever wonder how you move so fast when you accidentally touch something hot? We are going to talk about it and more as we explore the sensory pathway! Student Challenge: Think about your favorite flavor of ice cream and be ready to share with the class at 12:45pm! WEEK 20 NEWS // JANUARY 18-22, 2021 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Butay - Math On Thursday & Friday we will be solving equations! This math skill is very tricky and I want to encourage you all to attend my office hours at 9:30AM-10:30AM. Don’t forget a piece of paper and a pencil to take notes. Ms. Butay - Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! Have you ever seen a peacock’s colorful feathers? We are going to talk about it and more in our new unit: Born This Way! Student Challenge: Think about another cool animal feature and share with the class during office hours at 12:15pm. WEEK 19 NEWS // JANUARY 11-16, 2021 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Ms. Butay - Math On Thursday & Friday we will be solving equations! This math skill is very tricky and I want to encourage you all to attend my office hours at 9:30AM-10:30AM. Don’t forget a piece of paper and a pencil to take notes. Ms. Butay - Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! Have you ever seen a peacock’s colorful feathers? We are going to talk about it and more in our new unit: Born This Way! Student Challenge: Think about another cool animal feature and share with the class during office hours at 12:15pm. WEEK 14 NEWS // DECEMBER 7-11, 2021 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Mr. Marshall - Reading Hello! Good question for adults to ask their scholars: What is the sentence starter for writing an expert level inference? Answer: I think __(inference)__because in the text __(Evidence)__ ,and I know that __(Schema)__. Ms. Butay - Math Greetings Math Wizards! I want to encourage you all to come to office hours everyday next week :) We will be reviewing some tricky math skills like long division, 2 digit multiplication and rounding whole numbers!! Hope to see you all there! p.s. Don’t forget your pencil and paper Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! We are reviewing material from the semester. This is a great opportunity to replace old mastery grades so read each question carefully and give your best effort. Student Challenge: Attend all office hours to earn extra credit points and review! After office hours, tell someone in your home one thing you learned! WEEK 10 NEWS // NOVEMBER 9-13, 2021 Hello, 4th-grade families! A few notes from our teachers. Mr. Marshall - Reading Hello! Good question for adults to ask their scholars: What is the sentence starter for writing an expert level inference? Answer: I think __(inference)__because in the text __(Evidence)__ ,and I know that __(Schema)__. Ms. Butay - Math Greetings Math Wizards! I want to encourage you all to practice your multiplication facts for at least 5 mins everyday. Here are some ways you can practice at home: Make flashcards Roll two dice, then multiply the 2 numbers together Memorize your 1-12 multiplies Ms. Lombard - Science Hi Scientists! We are continuing to study Geology! Student Challenge: Explain to someone in your home how tectonic plates move! Model with your hands convergent, divergent, and transform movements. What landforms are created with each movement?

  • Internet Safety

    Hello folks! The Deans at Collegiate Hall want you to be aware of internet and tech safety for your child. Recently we've noticed some students using zoom to talk with one another outside of school hours/without teachers present. Unfortunately we cannot block Zoom from our Chromebooks as it is how we meet each day, so we wanted to notify families to be aware of students potentially chatting with other students this way. Click each article title below to view resources with tips about how to keep your child safe on the internet in virtual learning: Keeping Kids Safe Online 10 things every parent can do to keep their kids safe online 5 ways to help keep your child’s online experiences positive and safe

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  • School Pantry Program | Collegiate Hall

    School Pantry Program SEL Schedule A Shopping Time SIGN UP FOR A TIME TO COME SELECT FOOD FROM THE PANTRY SEL Create A Shopping List CHECK OUT THIS MONTH'S SCHOOL PANTRY ITEMS SEL Frequently Asked Questions LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PANTRY PROGRAM AT COLLEGIATE HALL Collegiate Hall is excited to announce a new partnership with the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to bring an on-site School Pantry Program to our school! School Pantry Programs help alleviate child hunger in America by distributing food to children and their families at no cost. All Collegiate Hall middle school students and families (grades 4-8) are eligible to participate in this program - no questions asked. ​ Scroll below to learn more. 01 SCHEDULE A SHOPPING TIME Beginning on the 15th of every month, students and families can sign up for a School Pantry "shopping time" - this is your appointment to come to the school and select items you need from our School Pantry. The pantry is open Monday-Saturday during the final week of every month. Schedule Your Shopping Time 02 BUILD A SHOPPING LIST After signing up for your shopping time, we encourage you to prepare by creating a shopping list - a list of items in stock in our pantry that you plan on selecting. Click below to see which items are currently in stock and get started on creating your shopping list! Build Your Shopping List 03 SHOW UP & SHOP! Make sure to show up on time for your pantry shopping time! We will send out an email reminder a week before, and a text reminder one day before your scheduled shopping time.

  • Collegiate Hall | Tulsa

    Click for Sound Our Mission Collegiate Hall's mission is to educate students in Pre-K - 8th grade for acceptance to, persistence in, and graduation from college. Equipped with a strong academic foundation and clear moral compass, Collegiate Hall graduates rise above life's challenges to lead on campus, in their communities, and throughout their careers. Learn More Join Our Family Invest in the Future. Support our mission. Learn More Read. Grow. Lead. Schedule a tour now. Learn More Build the Future. Apply to join our team. Learn More DONATE ENROLL TEACH Welcome to Collegiate Hall! Dear Friends and Supporters of Collegiate Hall, ​ The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. That journey – acceptance to, persistence in, and graduation from college for every Collegiate Hall student – started in 2014, with the decision by the Tulsa Public School Board of Education to authorize Collegiate Hall to educate students in the community around the Hope Valley community. As we enter the 2020-2021 year, we continue working towards one goal: establishing Collegiate Hall Charter School, a public, college preparatory charter school that provides students – regardless of their race, gender, or socioeconomic status – the intelligence and character to become the future leaders of our city. ​ Meet the rest of our team Contact Us! Sign up for to receive weekly emails on upcoming events and important updates. Submit Thanks for reaching out! ​ To speak with a Collegiate Hall staff member directly, please visit our directory . here Please leave this field empty. Upcoming Events March 2021 Today Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12:00 AM No School Friday / End of Quarter 3 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 6:00 PM Parent Night: Financial Empowerment 26 27 28 29 12:00 PM School Pantry Week // March 30 31 11:00 AM Q3 Family Conferences 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 School Pantry Program! 2 Write a comment COVID-19 Update (March 2021) 104 Write a comment 5th Grade News // Week 26 66 Write a comment 1 No School Friday / End of Quarter 3 Fri, Mar 12 Spring Break: March 12-21 Mar 12, 12:00 AM – Mar 21, 11:59 PM Spring Break: March 12-21 The last day of Quarter 3 is Thursday, March 11th, with Spring Break taking place from March 12th - March 21st (school resumes Monday, March 22nd). Learn More Parent Night: Financial Empowerment Thu, Mar 25 Zoom Meeting Mar 25, 6:00 PM Zoom Meeting Angenette DeBose of Mayor Bynum's Office of Resilience & Equity will be hosting a special night just for Collegiate Hall families around building generational wealth and gaining financial freedom! RSVP to access the Zoom meeting link. Learn More School Pantry Week // March Mon, Mar 29 Collegiate Hall Charter School Mar 29, 12:00 PM – Apr 03, 12:00 PM Collegiate Hall Charter School, 1110 E 45th Pl, Tulsa, OK 74105, USA Collegiate Hall's School Pantry Program will open during the last week of every month, always starting on the final Monday of the month. Our first pantry opens this March 29th - April 3rd. Learn More Q3 Family Conferences Wed, Mar 31 Online (Contact Advisor) Mar 31, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Online (Contact Advisor) Quarter 3 Family Conferences will take place Wednesday, March 31st. The student's advisor will contact the parent/guardian to schedule a 20 minute meeting over Zoom. Conferences are required. Click below to learn more. Learn More View More Events

  • Copy of ENROLLMENT | Collegiate Hall

    Enrollment Below outlines our 3 simple steps to the enrollment process. Read and follow each step below beginning with Step 01. For any questions or assistance with enrollment, please contact us here . 01. Click the link below to schedule a school tour and complete the New Student Interest Form Complete Form 02. Visit enroll.tulsaschools.org or click the button below to complete the enrollment application. ​ *Make sure to rank Collegiate Hall as your #1 Choice! Complete Application 03. Upon acceptance, the student's parent/guardian will be asked to complete additional enrollment paperwork. In the meantime, log in to your account Dashboard to check the status of your application. Account Dashboard Collegiate Hall Charter School is open to all students who are eligible for admission to public school under the laws of the state of Oklahoma. No students shall ever be denied admission to Collegiate Hall Charter School based on race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability. Click to view all Collegiate Hall school policies in full: Our Policies ENROLLMENT OFFICE ​ Mike Haskins, Dean of Operations Phone: | Email: 918-925-1620 mhaskins@collegiatehall.org FAMILY & COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS ​ Ben Imlay, Dean of Culture & Community Phone: | 614-570-7724 Email: bimlay@collegiatehall.org For more information, please contact:

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