Sibley’s Super Stars – Weekly Newsletter 11/2/2023

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Happy Thursday!!

I was overjoyed and ecstatic to have your students in class this week! We have been busy!

New Information:

  • DECEMBER CONFERENCES: Sign up here for Q2 Parent Teacher Conferences.
  • CLASSROOM VOLUNTEERS: Do you want to volunteer in the classroom or hang out with your student at lunch? I’d love to have you! Let me know! You must have your Fingerprint Clearance Card.

This Week:

  • We:
    • read about the ocean and learned about some “Weird Sea Animals” through National Geographic Readers.
    • reviewed plural nouns (s, es, ies…), subject & predicates, nouns/adjectives/verbs
    • continued learning about double digit subtraction and are focusing on regrouping.
      • Subtraction Poem:
        • More on top? – No need to stop.
        • More on the floor? – Go next door and get 10 more.
        • Numbers the same? – Zeroes the game.
    • learned about the power of water and erosion. We learned about canyons and how water can form canyons.

Next Week:

  • Our spelling words:
    • nail, train, main, hay, stay, break, steak, weigh, sleigh, prey, scrape, strange, good, often, two

School Information:

  • Cultural Fair
    • We are hosting our annual Cultural Fair at the Recker campus on November 6th from 9:00-1:30. We typically ask for parents to come in and volunteer to run a table based on your family’s culture. We would love for families to host a table to share artifacts, foods, and stories that reflect your family’s culture. This is such a fun and informative event for our elementary students. Here is our sign-up link and thank you so much for considering! 
  • Learning Celebration
    • On November 3rd, you are invited to the classroom between 2pm and 3:30pm to see what your student has been learning. They will show you their workbooks and their work around the classroom. Doors do not open until 2pm. Also, there is NO drive lane that day. Students will need to be picked up from the classroom.
  • Food & Toy Drive for The Society of St. Vincent DePaul
    • The dates for the Food & Toy Drive will be October 16th– November 3rd. Needed items include: non-perishable food (cereal, canned food, dried beans, rice, canned beans), water, new underwear & socks, shoes, clothing, school supplies, blankets, new toys, hygiene items, and diapers. For more information about the organization, please visit

I am very much looking forward to another wonderful week! Do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions that you may have!


Mrs. Sibley

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