DEC 9 (MONDAY): REMINDER: If you are interested
Our Lady of Camarin Day, NO UNIFORMS MUST BE in supporting our
WORN AT ALL TIMES school and its goals,
CLASSES please call the school
DEC 16 (MONDAY): (Dark blue bottoms and and let us know how
Student of the Month Assembly School Uniform Shirt) you can help.
Other M.U. Lujan shirts may
@8:45 be worn on Spirit Day PTO Officers:
DEC 18 WEDNESDAY): President: Sheeka
Christmas program @ 9AM Fridays Tareyama
DEC 20 (FRIDAY): Jason Biggs
End of 2nd Quarter Treasurer: Malia
DEC 21-JAN 3: Christmas BREAK Castro
STUDENT AND SCHOOL SAFETY Bamba
All visitors must report to the Officer: Valerie
main office to sign in before Pendon
proceeding to any area on campus. An Sargeant at Arms:
ID must be submitted to the office in Darlene
order to obtain a visitor’s pass. Stremmelaar
Please ensure that student A big thanks to all who’ve
emergency contact numbers and joined our Thanksgiving
information are updated. Dinner!
Librarian’s Corner: Student Learner Outcomes
REMINDER: M.U. Lujan School Students will be…
Students can check in their book early for another
one to read for the week. Library is open at 8:00 Focused Learners
am for studying and reading. Independent Thinkers
DRAGONS ARE ON FIRE!!!
-I can answer the who, what , when, where, why, and how after
Classroom Connection: reading a story
Bridging the Gap for Student Achievement -I can use word study and phonics skills to read words.
Please review these learning targets with your child and -I can use irregular plural nouns (e.g., feet, children).
connect with their teacher to see how you can support
-I can use correct capitalization for holidays.
learning at home.
-I can identify and use synonyms and antonyms properly.
Reading/Language: -I can use glossaries and dictionaries to figure out the meaning of
-I can track print from left to right words
-I can name upper and lowercase letters Aa, Bb, Cc, Dd, Ee.
-I can say the sounds Ss, Mm, Rr, Tt, Bb. and phrases.
-I can say the beginning and final sound in a word
-I can answer “who what, where” questions about a story -I can demonstrate the command of the conventions of standard
-I can describe what is happening in pictures
-I can recite nursery rhymes and poems English
-I can print upper and lowercase letters Aa through Jj
-I can write legibly with proper spacing grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
-I can recite nursery rhymes and poems
-I can draw to tell about a book I’m reading
-I can talk in a conversation -I can use addition/subtraction to solve a one-step word problem
-I can count from 0-50 within 100.
-I can identify and write my numbers 0-10
-I can sort and classify and count how many are in each group. -I can add and subtract 3-digit numbers
-I can name 2D shape
-I can describe objects and attributes -I can add and subtract numbers with regrouping.
Fifth: -I can mentally add and subtract tens and hundreds to and from a
-Determine two or more main idea of a text and explain how they given number.
are supported by key details; summarize the text Fourth:
-Determine command of conventions of standard of English
capitalization, punctuation and spelling when writing Reading/Language:
-Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events
using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear events -Describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison,
Math: cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas,
-Use parentheses, brackets or braces in numerical expressions, and
evaluate expressions with concepts, or information in a text or part of a text.
-I can form and use the progressive verb tenses (
Reading/Language: -I can write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or
- I can ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear
-I can read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support event sequences.
-I can describe characters and explain the sequence of events. Math:
-I can determine the main idea and recall key details.
-I can recount stories and explain key details from the text -Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole
-I can explain the function of verbs and adjectives in general and
their functions in number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based
-I can introduce a topic or text they are writing about. on place value and the properties of operations.
-I can engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions.
Math: -Solve multistep word problems posed with whole numbers and
-I can fluently add and subtract within 1,000.
-I can multiply one digit whole numbers. having whole-number answers using the four operations, including
-I can solve two-step word problems.
problems in which remainders must be interpreted.
-Characters-Identify character, setting, problem/solutions of a
-Retell stories and demonstrate central message or lesson
-Identify the main topic and key details of a text
-Decode 2 syllable words
-Use common, proper, and possessive nouns
-Use singular and plural nouns with matching verbs in basic
-Use personal, possessive and indefinite pronouns
-Write informative/explanatory text in which they name a topic,
supply some facts about the topic and provide some sense of closure
-Understand that two digits of a 2 digit number represents amounts
of tens and ones
-Understand that numbers 11-19 are made up of tens and ones
-Counting by 10s, 2s, and 5s.
Apply properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract
-Solve word problems that call for addition of these whole numbers
whose sum in less than or equal to 20
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GW Marine Mania “Plastic Isn’t
Fantastic” and “The
Watershed” puppet show
Kindergarten McTeacher Night
4th grade field trip to War in the Pre-GATE field trip to the Guam Museum
Health Buzz GET A HEALTHY START
Get plenty of sleep
To be fully rested:
5 year olds need 10-13 hours
6-12 year olds need 9-11 hours
National Sleep Foundation
Be physically active
Run! Jump! Play!
Get 1 hour (60 min.) or more of physical
activity each day
Center for Disease Control
Drink plenty of water
5-8 year olds- need 5 glasses per day
9-12 year olds- need 7 glasses per day
Drink more when you’re exercising or on a hot day
Eat nutritious food
Start your day with a healthful breakfast
Choose My Plate
Wash your hands often
Wash for at least 20 seconds
Center for Disease Control
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednes
1 2 3 4
8 9 10 11
Our Lady of Santa Hat Day Wear
Camarin Day Christm
15 16 17 18
Student of the Snow Day
Month Wear white
22 23 24 25
Christmas Break ~ Decembe
Classes Resume ~
sday Thursday Friday Saturday
Antler Day 13 14
ra Wear fun deer Betnes
sory Spirit Day
19 20 21
Night Before Betnes
Pajama Day Share a
26 27 28
er 23, 2019 – January 3, 2020
~ January 6, 2020
Mrs. Natasha Dela Cruz, Principal