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Teresa Kester
4th Grade Math/Science/Social Studies
Conference Time: 8:10 - 9:05 a.m.
Section 43 - Homeroom
Section 42 - Switch Class; Mrs. Smith's homeroom
Galatas 936.709.5000        
Fax 936.709.5003           
Attendance 936.709.5014  
Updated 4/7/17


Class News
Class Calendar
Dear Parents,
I'm enjoying your children this school year.  Please help your child study and review for upcoming quizzes and tests.  Study Guides will go home in PAWS a few days before each Test.  Social Studies quiz is Friday.   I appreciate your support .
                                                                 Mrs. Kester

Parent To-Do List: (see all web links below)
1. Put money in your child's lunch account if needed
2. Ask your child to show you planners and tell you about what we are learning.
3. Sign/Return 4th Weekly Report (also comment)
4. Read the Galatas Gazette (Fridays)

42 & 43 Class News THIS WEEK

Math:  Measurement - Ch. 12 - Length, Capacity, & Weight in Customary Units; Converting Customary Units; Length, Capacity, & Weight in Metric Units; Converting Metric Units; Multiple Step Problem Solving. Ch. 13 - Perimeter and Area; Money; Time and Problem Solving using all of the above.
            
Mathletics & Think Through Math are both available NOW at home!

Science:  Life Cycles of Plants and Animals (Frog vs. Lady Bug; Radish, Lima Bean, Tomato Plants; Monarch Butterfly); next week - Wooded Area Ecosystem and adaptations

Social Studies(43):  
Civil War & reconstruction in Texas;
Indian Wars and Cowboys


Galatas Lunch Menu Link:
4/6 - MATH BENCHMARK TEST, AM
4/7 - Social Studies Civil War & Reconstruction TEST & Springetti
4/7 - Spring PIcture Money DUE

4/11 - Measurement MATH TEST, Ch. 12
4/14 - NO SCHOOL
4/21 - Measurement Math TEST, mostly Ch. 13 with some ch. 12
4/24-27 - Spring Book Fair
4/25 - Math MEASUREMENT TEST
4/28 - 4th Grade Choir, 8:30 a.m.
5/8-12  CLOSED CAMPUS for STAAR
5/8 - MATH STAAR TEST; Get plenty of sleep. Eat nutritious breakfast.
Please arrive at school on time.
5/9 - READING STAAR TEST; Get plenty of sleep. Eat nutritious breakfast. Please arrive at school on time.
5/16 - FIELD DAY, 4TH GRADE
5/18 - Social Studies BENCHMARK TEST
5/19 - Science BENCHMARK TEST
5/22-26 - SCIENCE CAMP WEEK
5/25 - 4th Grade PROGRAM, 6:30 p.m.; arrive by 6:00 p.m.
5/29 - Memorial Day; NO SCHOOL
5/31 - 4th Grade CLAP-OUT, 10:30 a.m.
4th Grade PICNIC after Clap-Out
6/1 - Last Day of School; Yearbook Signing; EARLY RELEASE Aat 12:10 p.m.

SEE HOMEWORK BELOW



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Homework
What's my LIBRARY day? coming soon

Parent Access -  parents must register each year:

To Acknowledge the Student Handbook - Parent Access
1. The parent must first have a Parent Access account.
2. Log in to Parent Access.
3. When the main screen comes up, locate and click the button on the "toolbar" that says Electronic Signatures.
4. A link to any documents needing signatures will be shown on this page. Click the link to read the document.
5. After the document has been opened and read (print or save, if desired), a box will appear under the link where the parent will type in their name and click “I Agree”. Acknowledgement of student handbook is required by CISD.  


Galatas Gazette link:



Galatas Volunteer Sign Up:

What bus do I ride?

To enroll for automatic cafeteria payments,

Scholastic Book Clubs ONLINE order
Parents will be able to order online at:                                     Scholastic Book Clubs online!
Smith Class Activation Code: coming soon!
Scholastic Book Orders will be sent home  by Mrs. Smith.



Week of 3/27/17:

Mon - No Homework: get plenty of sleep; eat a healthy breakfast; and arrive at school on time (7:50 a.m.)
                               
Tue- HW-645-646
                                             
Wed -HW-657
                   
Thu- HW-657-658
                           
Fri -  Sign & Return Weekly Report; sign Math Facts
      

       
       




Galatas School Policies

ATTENDANCE LINE
To report an absence for your child, please call our
attendance line at 936-709-5014 by 9:00 a.m.
and leave a message stating your child’s name,
teacher’s name, reason for the absence, person
reporting the absence, and a phone number. When
your child returns from school, a note explaining the
absence should be brought to his/her teacher.

ATTENDANCE
School attendance is a major indicator of student
success. Please schedule vacations during holidays,
and make every effort to schedule appointments
after school. Attendance letters will be sent if
absences become excessive. Students must be
present 90% of all school days to be promoted to
the next grade. Students should attend school every
day unless ill.

MORNING HOURS
School begins at 8:00 a.m. Students should not
arrive before 7:35 a.m., at which time they may go
to the gym (Kindergarten) or playground
(1st-4th grades) for Active Start. Students may go to
the classroom at 7:48.

MORNING TUTORING
If your child is scheduled for morning tutoring or
enrichment, he or she must stop at the front desk
for a pass to enter the classroom area.

ARRIVING TO SCHOOL AFTER 8:05
Students arriving to school after 8:05 are
considered tardy. Students must stop at the front
desk for a tardy pass. A parent should come into the
school with the student to sign him in for the day.

ARRIVING TO SCHOOL AFTER AN APPOINTMENT
If your child is arriving late to school due to an
appointment, or returning to school after an
appointment, please come into the office with your
child and fill out the Health Care Provider (HCP)
verification form along with your doctor’s note, to
ensure your student is not marked tardy or absent
for the day.

BIRTHDAY TREATS
Birthday treats, such as brownies or cookies, must
be store bought due to allergy, safety and
sanitation concerns.
DELIVERIES TO STUDENTS
Student items that need to be delivered to your child during
the school day can be dropped off before 10:00 a.m. at
the front office. All deliveries need to be placed on the rear
counter in the office and labeled with your child’s name and
section number to ensure proper delivery. Deliveries are
made daily at 10:00 a.m. Any class work, binders or
homework that is dropped off after 10:00 a.m. will be placed
in the teacher’s mailbox for her to pick up during the day.

MEDICATION AT SCHOOL
A parent or guardian must bring medication and sign
it into the clinic. All medication must be in the original
container and properly labeled. The school nurse must have
a written and dated request from the parent or legal
guardian to administer any medication.

ILLNESS AT SCHOOL
Your child will be sent home from school if: they have
a fever 100 degrees or greater, diarrhea, vomiting, suspicion
of having a contagious illness, or are too ill to function in the
classroom. Your child should not return to school until they
are fever free for 24 hours without fever-reducing
medication, no diarrhea for 24 hours without medication, or
no vomiting for 24 hours. If your child has been prescribed
antibiotics, they should be taking them for 24 hours before
returning to school.

TRANSPORTATION CHANGES
All transportation changes must be received in
writing by 2:00 p.m.. You may send a note to your child’s
teacher, fill out a form in the front office or send us a fax
(936) 709-5003 with your signature. Please include the
date, your child’s full name, section number, bus
number (if applicable), and your signature. Please
send a new note for each day the change occurs; we cannot
accept notes for multiple days or with multiple modes of
transportation each week.

AFTER SCHOOL
Students will need to plan ahead and be organized when
getting ready for dismissal. Students will not be allowed to
re-enter the building to go back to class for homework or
items they forgot, as teachers are having conferences,
planning, returning phone calls, and attending staff
meetings.

COMMUNICATION WITH GALATAS
When you send an e-mail to or leave a message for a staff
member at Galatas, please include your child’s full name, a
phone number where we can reach you, and your full name
in the message. This information will allow us to respond to
you quickly and accurately.





































 

The Conroe Independent School District (District) as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.

For information about Title IX rights or Section 504/ADA rights, contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA coordinator at 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936) 709-7752.