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  • God in all things

    Dear St. Andrew Catholic School Families,

    At St. Andrew Catholic School, we believe that spiritual and academic growth is a lifelong process so in order to prevent the summer

    slide, here is the expected summer assignments for your child.

    First, you make ask, what is Summer Slide?

    Summer Slide is what happens when the skills students learn during the school year are lost or forgotten over the summer. When kids

    do not practice their reading skills during the summer months, they can fall behind by the time school starts again. Summer may be

    winding down, but it is not too late to polish up those reading skills in time for August!

    Why is it so important to prevent Summer Slide?

    When children do not read over the summer, they can fall two years behind by 5th grade. We believe that teamwork leads us to our

    goals so it is always important to support your childs learning at home, and over the summer is critical.

    How can I prevent Summer Slide?

    You can prevent the summer slide but making sure your child does the below assigned summer assignment for their grade level. Do

    not let your child wait until the last minute but read or do a portion of their assignment daily in order to keep their brains thinking.

    Blessings, Latrina Peters-Gipson

    Latrina Peters-Gipson

    Principal

  • Sunday, June 18, 2017-Saturday, June 24, 2017 Sunday, June 18th

    Monday, June 19th

    Office open 9:00 am-4:00 pm

    Tuesday, June 20th

    Office open 9:00 am-4:00 pm

    Wednesday, June 21st

    Office open 9:00 am-4:00 pm

    Thursday, June 22nd

    Office open 9:00 am-4:00 pm

    Friday, June 23rd

    Office open 9:00 am-4:00 pm

    Saturday, June 24th

    Have you checked out Our Digital Resources?

    As always, we encourage our school community to go green by using our digital resources especially the school website.

    St. Andrew Catholic School is also on Facebook and Twitter so please like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter at

    #sacsorlando to learn about what is going on at school. Please make sure that your email addresses are up to date with

    the school office.

    Community School of the Arts at St. Andrew Catholic Church CSA SUMMER SESSION 2017

    This session is full, please sign-up to be included in the wait list at: http://www.womeninthearts.org/csa-art-classes Class schedule: Saturdays, 2-4 PM, June 3, 10, 17, 24, July 1, 8, art exhibition July 22.

    Art classes are offered for grades PK through 12 include drawing, painting, art-science, mixed media, origami, photography, and sculpture. Tuition and materials are free.

    Save the Date! Saturday, July 22 is "The Bauhaus Movement" student art exhibition. You are invited to attend and enjoy a display of artwork from this summer session.

    For more information about Women in the Arts' programs, visit www.womeninthearts.org. To become a sponsor, donate, or volunteer, please contact Maria Guerrero at womeninthearts@gmail.com

    http://www.womeninthearts.org/csa-art-classeshttp://www.womeninthearts.org/mailto:womeninthearts@gmail.com

  • For Students entering Kindergarten & First Grade

    Barnes and Noble has a great summer reading program where the children can receive a free book after reading a designated amount of books over the summer.

    Go to www.scholastic.com/summer

    to check it out.

    http://www.scholastic.com/summer

  • For Students entering Second and Third Grade

  • 4th Grade Writing + Reading Calendar (You will need 1 Composition Notebook only for Math and Writing + Reading combined!)

    *Use a Composition notebook to complete each daily activity. (Front half of your composition notebook- Math assignments in the back half) *Write ONLY in pencil. Handwriting must be neat and easy to read. *Use proper capitalization and punctuation. Just because it is summer does not mean you can forget your writing skills! *Write in complete sentences. Each paragraph should be at least 3 sentences and complete thoughts. *Use a different page for each days entry. DATE each page. (*You may illustrate your writing at the bottom if you like) *Choose at least 3 chapter books to read this summer! Read for at least 20 minutes a day. Have an adult initial your calendar daily. **Completed journal AND initialed calendar is due the 1st day of school.

    Writing + Reading Log - June 1

    What would you do if there

    was a dragon stuck under

    your bed?

    2 If you could go on a

    summer vacation anywhere

    in the world, where would

    you go?

    3

    Parent Signature

    shows I read 20

    minutes today ->

    Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    4 5 What is something you

    would like to learn more

    about?

    6 What kind of pet do you

    think a teacher should get

    for their classroom?

    7 What is the best movie you

    have ever seen?

    8 Tell about your most

    favorite book.

    9 Tell about your favorite

    holiday. Explain why it is

    your favorite.

    10

    Parent Signature

    shows I read 20

    minutes today ->

    Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    11 12 Tell about your favorite

    restaurant. Why is it your

    favorite?

    13 Write a poem about what

    you think next school year

    will be like.

    14 What is something you

    love about yourself and

    why?

    15 Make a list of things that

    you are most thankful for

    in your life.

    16 What is the funniest thing

    that you have ever seen?

    17

    Parent Signature

    shows I read 20

    minutes today ->

    Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

  • 18 19 Which season do you like

    the most? Why?

    20 What season do you like

    the least? Why?

    21 If you won $1 million,

    what are you doing first?

    22 Tell about a time when you

    were kind to someone.

    23 Tell about your favorite

    song.

    24

    Parent Signature

    shows I read 20

    minutes today ->

    Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    25 26 What is something that

    makes you ANGRY!

    Why?

    27 Tell about your favorite

    sport.

    28 Tell about the last time you

    cried.

    29 What are you scared of and

    why?

    30 Tell about your favorite

    food and why its so good.

    1

    Parent Signature

    shows I read 20

    minutes today ->

    Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    Writing + Reading Log - July 2 3

    Write a story about the

    mysterious zizzybaloobuh

    that you just found in your

    bathtub.

    4 You found a magic

    wand. What would you

    do with it?

    5 Have a family member

    write something about

    you in your journal

    today.

    6 What would happen if

    you never went to

    school?

    7 In fourth grade, I want to

    learn about.

    8

    Parent Signature shows I

    read 20 minutes today-> Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    9 10 This is a list of things I

    like to do when I cant

    watch TV or play video

    games.

    11 What would you like to

    say to President Obama?

    12 If a cat or dog could talk,

    what would they say?

    13 Choose 5 words to

    describe your summer so

    far. Why does each word

    fit your experience?

    14 Have you spent much

    time with friends this

    summer? What did you

    do together?

    15

    Parent Signature shows I

    read 20 minutes today-> Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    16 17 How did you spend the

    Fourth of July?

    18 Write a thank you note

    to your best friend.

    19 Are the rules different in

    the summer than in the

    school year? How?

    20 I have never been more

    frightened than when

    21 Five years from now, I

    will be.

    22

    Parent Signature shows I

    read 20 minutes today-> Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

  • 23 24 Write about a day youd

    like to forget.

    25 Describe someone who

    is a hero to you and why.

    26 What would you do if

    you woke up invisible?

    27 What would you do if

    you can talk to animals?

    28 What would you do if you

    could travel in time?

    29

    Parent Signature shows I

    read 20 minutes today-> Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    30 31 What about a time in

    your life that you

    struggled with a choice

    and made the right one.

    Parent Signature shows I

    read 20 minutes today-> Reading Log initials:

    Writing + Reading Log - August 1

    What are behaviors you

    had as a 3rd grader that

    you want try to get to

    better with?

    2 What are things that

    your fourth grade teacher

    can do to help you

    become a successful

    student?

    3 What academic goals do

    you have for 4th grade?

    4 Write about anything at

    all that you want your

    teacher to know about

    you?

    5

    Parent Signature shows I read 20 minutes

    today ->

    Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

    6 30 Tell about an animal you

    would like to have for a

    pet.

    8

    Write about the things

    you are most excited for

    in 4th grade.

    9 First Day of School

    Journal Due. 10 11 12

    Parent Signature shows I read 20 minutes

    today ->

    Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials: Reading Log initials:

  • 4th Grade Math Calendar (You will need 1 Composition Notebook only for Math and Writing + Reading combined!)

    *Use a Composition notebook to complete each daily activity. (BACK half of your composition notebook for MATH. Writing + Reading assignments in the FRONT half) *Write ONLY in pencil. *Write the problems and answers in your journal. Show ALL work. (Use a different page for each days work. DATE each page.) **Completed journal is due the 1st day of school. BE PREPARED to take a multiplication and division basic facts test on the 1st day of school

    Math - June 1 *Explain why this problem

    is WRONG. 3,679 + 2,483 5,052 *Practice your 2s facts

    2 *Which is more? Explain. 2,000+400+50+6

    or two thousand, four

    hundred fifty-six? *Practice your 2s facts

    3

    4 5 *Write your 3s multiplication

    facts up to 12 in your journal.

    6 *Subtract. 4,957 - 3,804

    *Practice your 3s facts

    7 *Subtract using borrowing 4,204 - 3,467 *Practice your 3s facts

    8 *Joshs website had 8,289

    visitors. Diegos site had

    4,976 visitors. How many

    more did Joshs site have? *Practice your 3s facts

    9 *How far from 36,000 is

    36,219? *Practice your 3s facts

    10

    11 12 *Write your 4s multiplication

    facts up to 12 in your journal.

    13 *Rosalinas flower shop

    sells roses by the dozen.

    Friday she received an order

    for 3-dozen roses. How many

    roses does she need total? *Practice your 4s facts

    14 *Look at the pattern

    below. Draw the next two

    shapes. ^ ^ > ^ ^ > ^ __ __ Make your own pattern. *Practice your 4s facts

    15 *Tyrone was born in

    January of 1975. How old was

    Tyrone in February of 2006? *Practice your 4s facts

    16 *Which unit would you

    use to measure a football field

    and why? Inches; feet; yards;

    or miles? *Practice your 4s facts

    17

    18 19 *Write your 5s multiplication

    facts up to 12 in your journal.

    20 *Nia had 26 cards. She

    wanted to give each of her 4

    brothers the same number of

    cards. How many did each

    brother get? How many are left

    over? *Practice your 5s facts

    21 *Mike, Chris, and Billy are

    brothers. Billy is 12 years old.

    Mike is 3 years younger than

    Billy. Chris is 4 years older

    than Mike. List the brothers in

    age order, youngest to oldest. *Practice your 5s facts

    22 *Draw squares to show the

    following fractions: ; ; and 6/8

    23 *Sam weights 10 lb more

    than Tamia. Tamia weights 15

    lbs less than Eric. Erics weight

    is 150 lbs. How much does Sam

    weight? *Practice your 5s facts

    24

  • *Practice your 5s facts

    25 26 *Write your 6s multiplication

    facts up to 12 in your journal.

    27 *Mary bought some carrots

    at a supermarket for $4.50. She

    handed the cashier $20.00. How

    much change did she get back? *Practice your 6s facts

    28 *Draw squares to show the

    following fractions: ; ; and 6/8 *Practice your 6s facts

    29 Draw a triangle. Label one

    side 4 feet and another side 5

    feet. The perimeter of the

    triangle is 12. What is the

    length of the third side? *Practice your 6s facts

    30 Write this number in

    standard form: 300,000 +

    60,000 + 400 + 30 + 2 *Practice your 6s facts

    1

    Math - July 2 3

    *Write your 7s multiplication

    facts up to 12 in your journal.

    4 *Mr. Washington buys a shirt

    for $32, a pair of pants for $45

    and a tie for $20. He pays with

    a $100 dollar bill. What will his

    change be? *Practice your 7s facts

    5 *Write a fact family for 8, 6

    and 48. *Practice your 7s facts

    6 *Write a fact family for 8, 6

    and 48. *Practice your 7s facts

    7 *Write 6 different ways you

    can name 14. *Practice your 7s facts

    8

    9 10 *Write your 8s multiplication

    facts up to 12 in your journal.

    11 *The Perez family is driving

    to visit relatives. The trip is 184

    miles, and they have driven 48

    miles. How many more miles

    do they need to travel? *Practice your 8s facts

    12 *Kara put the same number

    of carnations into 4 vases. If

    she used a total of 32

    carnations, how many are in

    each vase? *Practice your 8s facts

    13 *Look for a pattern and

    write the missing numbers. 2, 8, 14, 20, 26, __, ___, ___ *Practice your 8s facts

    14 *Write a repeated addition

    number sentence to show why 5 x 6 = 30. *Practice your 8s facts

    15

    16 17 *Write your 9s multiplication

    facts up to 12 in your journal.

    18 *Order the numbers from

    least to greatest: 852 528 582 *Practice your 9s facts

    19 *James has 8 model cards.

    Rita and James have 17 model

    cars all together. How many

    model cars does Rita have

    alone? *Practice your 9s facts

    20 *Target sold 812 computers

    last year. The store also sold

    233 printers. How many

    computers and printers did the

    store sell last year? *Practice your 9s facts

    21 *Kyle counted 7 windows

    on the first row of a building

    that has 5 floors. Each floor has

    the same number of windows.

    How many windows does the

    building have? *Practice your 9s facts

    22

  • 23 24 *Write your 10s

    multiplication facts up to 12

    in your journal.

    25 *What operation would you

    use to find out how many

    inches there are in 4 feet?

    Explain why. *Practice your 10s facts

    26 *Compare. Use < , > or = 846____824 90,203------- 9,876 204,678____204,678 *Practice your 10s facts

    27 *Write the word form for

    this number and give the value

    of the underlined digit. 982

    *Practice your 10s facts

    28 *How many equal sides

    does a square have? A triangle?

    A pentagon? An octagon? A

    hexagon? *Practice your 10s facts

    29

    30 31 *Write your 11s

    multiplication facts up to 12

    in your journal.

    Math - August

    1 *Daryl is 23 years old. His

    brother Larry is 11 years

    younger. Write a number

    sentence to show how you

    would find out how old Larry

    is. *Practice your 11s facts

    2 *Donna reads 9 times as many pages as Bob has. Bob

    has r...