Sunday, May 13, 2018

Homework for the week of May 14, 2018



We are now finished taking the SAGE!

There are no spelling words this week!

Students should study math for at least 10 minutes each day.  There is nothing to turn in for this.  They should study facts for the number 7.  For example, 7X1=7 all the way to 7X12=84 and the related division facts.  Third graders need to know the math facts for the school wide goal.

·        **  Students need to return library books and take care of any damage or lost book fines.

Monday- Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts,

Tuesday-  2 Math handouts, read 20 minutes, study math facts,

Wednesday- Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Thursday- read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Friday-  Turn in math handouts and reading log on Monday!

Important dates: 

May 24, Thurs: Minimum Day (release at 12:45), Uniform Free Dress Day.
                9:00:     5-6 Grade Awards Assembly, elementary gym
                              1-4th Field Day, wear sport shoes

May 25, Friday: Last Day of School, Minimum Day (release at 12:45), Uniform Free Dress Day.
                                10:00 AM is our awards assembly. 

In the next week I will put in your child’s planner if they are receiving an award during the assembly.  There are only 8 given per class.


Hoping for a Great Week!
Candice Hagon,
 chagon@ogdenprep.org

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Homework for the week of May 7, 2018



We are still taking parts of the SAGE this week!  The classroom door opens at 8:00am.  Please have your child to school on time.  Thank you in advance!  During the test, I will allow students to chew gum.  I will supply the gum.  Just let me know if you don’t want your child to chew gum for any reason

Students have 10 new spelling words this week.  Students have word work time in class.  They should also study their words at home.  All the students have the same spelling words this week.  The words are proper nouns

Students should study math for at least 10 minutes each day.  There is nothing to turn in for this.  They should study facts for the number 6.  For example, 6X1=4 all the way to 6X12=72 and the related division facts.  Third graders need to know the math facts for the school wide goal.

Students need to return library books and take care of any damage or lost book fines.

Monday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Tuesday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Wednesday- Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Thursday- Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Friday-  Turn in math handouts and reading log on Monday!


Hoping for a Great Week!
Candice Hagon,
 chagon@ogdenprep.org

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Reunification Drill Instructions fort May 4th 2018


Dear Parents/Guardians,
 On Friday, May 4, 2018, Ogden Preparatory Academy will participate in a reunification drill.  This will begin as soon school gets out at 12:45. In order to pick up your student(s), you will need to have a valid, government issued ID and a completed Reunification Card. Your student has been sent home with a Reunification Card. You may also pick one up in the front office before or at the reunification drill. You can put multiple students on one card. However, you will need a different card for each building.
 When you get to the school during the drill, please do the following:
  1. Make sure you have your ID and your completed Reunification Card
  2. Get your Reunification Card checked and signed at the Check desk
    1. Students will only be released to individuals who are listed on the student’s Aspire contact list. Be sure to update your Aspire contact list before the drill.
  1. After your card is checked and initialed by a checker, you will take your card to a runner (they will be shown to you at the drill).
  2. Go with the runner to the reunification area and wait for them to bring your student(s) to you.

In order to make the drill go as smoothly as possible, we ask that you follow the “last name” schedule below to come and pick up your student(s):

12:45-1:15 - A-E
1:15-1:45 - F-J
1:45-2:15 - K-O
2:15-2:45 - P-T
2:45-3:15 - U-Z
3:45 - Drill ends

*Students will not be released outside of the protocols of the drill! The drill ends at approximately 3:45. Students who walk home will only be released at that time.








Estimados padres / tutores,
 El viernes 4 de mayo de 2018, OPA participará en un simulacro de reunificación. Esto comenzará en cuanto terminen las las clases a las 12:45. Para recoger a su(s) estudiante(s), deberá tener una identificación válida emitida por el gobierno y una Tarjeta de Reunificación completa. Su estudiante ha sido enviado a casa con una Tarjeta de Reunificación. También puede recoger una en la oficina antes o durante el simulacro de reunificación. Puede poner varios estudiantes en una tarjeta. Sin embargo, necesitará una tarjeta diferente para cada edificio.
Cuando llegue a la escuela durante el simulacro, haga lo siguiente:
1.       Asegúrese de tener su identificación y su tarjeta completa de reunificación
2.       Vaya a que le revisen y firmen su tarjeta de reunificación en el área de reviso.
a.       Los estudiantes solo serán entregados a personas que estén en la lista de contactos de Aspire del alumno. Asegúrese de actualizar su lista de contactos Aspire antes del simulacro.
3.       Después de que su tarjeta sea revisada y firmada por un revisador, llevará su tarjeta a un corredor (se le mostrarán en el simulacro).
4.       Vaya con el corredor al área de reunificación y espere que traigan a su(s) estudiante(s).

Para que el simulacro se haga de la mejor manera posible, le pedimos que siga el cronograma de "apellidos" a continuación para ir a recoger a su(s) estudiante(s):

12: 45-1: 15 - A-E
1: 15-1: 45 - F-J
1: 45-2: 15 - K-O
2: 15-2: 45 - P-T
2: 45-3: 15 - U-Z
3:45 - El simulacro termina

* Los estudiantes no serán liberados fuera de los protocolos del simulacro! El simulacro termina aproximadamente a las 3:45. Los estudiantes que caminan a casa solo serán liberados en ese momento.


Homework for the week of April 30, 2018



We are still taking parts of the SAGE this week and next!  The classroom door opens at 8:00am.  Please have your child to school on time.  Thank you in advance!  During the test, I will allow students to chew gum.  I will supply the gum.  Just let me know if you don’t want your child to chew gum for any reason!

This Friday is the “Reunification” Drill. The directions and the card parents need was already sent home.  I am going to resend directions on my BLOOMZ page and on my blog!

Students have 10 new spelling words this week.  Students have word work time in class.  They should also study their words at home.  All the students have the same spelling words this week.  The words are contractions and the words that make up the contractions.

Students should study math for at least 10 minutes each day.  There is nothing to turn in for this.  They should study facts for the number 4.  For example, 4X1=4 all the way to 4X12=48 and the related division facts.  Third graders need to know the math facts for the school wide goal.

There are no handouts for homework this week. The only thing that needs to be turned in is the reading log on Monday.  For review, students should still be reviewing old unit tests. 

Monday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Tuesday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Wednesday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Thursday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Friday-  Turn in reading log on Monday!


Hoping for a Great Week!
Candice Hagon,
 chagon@ogdenprep.org

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Homework for the week of April 23, 2018



SAGE (the state test) testing starts this week!  The classroom door opens at 8:00am.  Please have your child to school on time.  Thank you in advance!  During the test, I will allow students to chew gum.  I will supply the gum.  Just let me know if you don’t want your child to chew gum for any reason!

Students have 10 new spelling words this week.  Students have word work time in class.  They should also study their words at home.  All the students have the same spelling words this week.  They are transitional words.

Students should study math for at least 10 minutes each day.  There is nothing to turn in for this.  They should study facts for the number 3.  For example, 3X1=3 all the way to 3X12=36 and the related division facts.  Third graders need to know the math facts for the school wide goal.

There are no handouts for homework this week. The only thing that needs to be turned in is the reading log on Monday.  For review, students should still be reviewing old unit tests. 


Monday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Tuesday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Wednesday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Thursday-  read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Friday-  Turn in reading log on Monday!


Hoping for a Great Week!
Candice Hagon,
 chagon@ogdenprep.org

Monday, April 16, 2018

Homework for the week of April 16, 2018



This week is a whole week of school!

I sent home a folder with your child’s old unit tests they have taken so far this year.  The tests are Math and English Language Arts.  I would have your child review these unit tests for the SAGE test.  This is the state test your child will take for the first time.  We begin taking parts of the SAGE on Monday, April 23rd.

Students have 10 new spelling words this week.  Students have word work time in class.  They should also study their words at home. 

Students should study math for at least 10 minutes each day.  There is nothing to turn in for this.  They should study facts for the number 4.  For example, 4X1=4 all the way to 4X12=48 and the related division facts.  Third graders need to know the math facts for the school wide goal.

Monday-  2 Math handouts, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Tuesday- 2 Math handouts, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Wednesday-  Irregular verbs handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Thursday-  Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Friday-  Turn in homework and save reading log for Monday!


Hoping for a Great Week!
Candice Hagon,
 chagon@ogdenprep.org

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Homework for the week of April 9, 2018



Friday, April 13th is a minimum day and dismissal is at 12:45.

I sent home a folder with your child’s old unit tests they have taken so far this year.  The tests are Math and English Language Arts.  I would have your child review these unit tests for the SAGE test.  This is the state test your child will take for the first time.  We begin taking parts of the SAGE on Monday, April 23rd.

Students have 10 new spelling words this week.  Students have word work time in class.  They should also study their words at home. 

Students should study math for at least 10 minutes each day.  There is nothing to turn in for this.  They should study facts for the number 9.  For example, 9X1=9 all the way to 9X12=108 and the related division facts.  Third graders need to know the math facts for the school wide goal.

Monday-  Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Tuesday- Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Wednesday-  Pronoun Review, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Thursday-  Math handout, read 20 minutes, study math facts, study spelling words

Friday-  Turn in homework and save reading log for the Monday!


Hoping for a Great Week!
Candice Hagon,
 chagon@ogdenprep.org