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List of Summer Supply list — turn in at Lemonade and Cookies Welcome Day on Friday, August 2nd. 

Summer Supply List

 

List of Summer Supply list — turn in at Lemonade and Cookies Welcome Day on Friday, August 2nd. 

6 fat glue sticks

4- 24 count boxes of Crayola crayons

2- 12 count boxes of Ticonderoga brand pencils

2 -12 count markers

2 blankets or Nap Sack (amazon or target) for your child to use at nap time (please no oversized blankets or pillows)

1 Full size backpack (large enough to hold a folder and lunchbox)

4 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer

2 Sanitizing Wipes

3 Boxes of Kleenex

4 Rolls of Paper Towels 

Students are expected to pack of a snack and water bottle. 

List of Summer Supply list — turn in at Lemonade and Cookies Welcome Day on Friday, August 2nd. 

6 fat glue sticks

4 -24 count boxes of Crayola crayons

2- 12 count box of Ticonderoga brand pencils

2 - 12 count markers

1 - 12 count colored pencils 

1 - sandwich zip lock bags

Math Flash Cards: 1 box of addition and 1 box of subtraction; numbers 1-10 (please put your child’s name on each box set)

1 Full size backpack

4 Bottle of Hand Sanitizer

2 Sanitizing Wipes

4 Box of Kleenex

Students are expected to pack of a snack and water bottle. 

 

The following materials are for your child’s individual use.  Please label with your child’s name.

6  two – pocket folders

7 composition journals

1 1-inch binder (white)

The following materials will be shared among the class throughout the school year.  Please do not label. 

4 boxes of Ticonderoga pencils ©

1 Box of erasers ©

1 box of markers (8-10 count)

2 boxes of colored pencils ©

2 pairs of scissors ©

2 pack of Expo markers

4 Glue sticks ©

2 - 6 count red pens

4 Highlighter (yellow) ©

4 - 100 pack lined index cards ©

3 packs of Wide Rule Notebook Paper (Loose Leaf)

4 boxes of Kleenex

4 bottle of hand sanitizer

2 bottles of Clorox Wipes

2 cans of Lysol disinfectant spray

 

All students are expected to have a water bottle and full size bookbag. 

One Pencil Pouch

Blue and Black Pens 

Red Pens

Highlighters

Two (2) pair scissors

One (1) protractor

Pencils – No. 2

Two (2) 4-pack of Expo Marker

One (1) Color Pencils

One (1) Markers

Loose Leaf Paper – college-ruled (3 packs)

Erasers (separate)

One Flash Drive (labeled with student name)

One adjustable Locker Shelf (optional)

One Combination Lock – for locker

Accordion folder

One composition book

Spiral notebook (6)

4 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer

Two Boxes of Kleenex

4 Containers of Lysol Wipes

1 Pack of Zip Lock Bags

4 Paper Towel Rolls 

 

All students are expected to have a full size bookbag and water bottle. 

 

One Pencil Pouch

Blue or Black Pens (2-3 packs, 10-15 pens total)

Red Pens (1-2 packs, 5-10 pens total)

Highlighters (1 pack, 4-5 highlighters total)

Two (2) 6 pack sharpies

Two (2) Colored Pencils

Two (2) Markers

One (1) pair scissors

One (1) protractor

Pencils (15) – No. 2

Four (4)) 4-pack of Expo dry-erase Markers

Loose Leaf Paper – college-ruled- 3 packs

Large Pink Erasers (2)

One Locker Shelf (adjustable)

One Combination Lock – for locker (optional)

Two (2) one inch binders

Three - packs of index cards 

6 Folders

One Bottle of Hand Sanitizer

Two Container of Clorox/Lysol Sanitizing Wipes

Four Boxes of Kleenex

Summer Reading List

Rising Pre-K  

Summer Reading

Dear Parents,

Attached you will find a reading log to complete with your child during the summer. Research has shown that the single greatest factor in predicting reading success is whether a child is read to when young. Try to read one book each day this summer!

Complete the attached reading log and return it to your teacher on the first day of school. Visit your local library to find a variety of books for your child to enjoy or you can read books you already have at home.

      Along with reading with your child, please practice the following skills at home before starting school in August:

Button and unbutton pants and shorts

Using the restroom independently

Using a tissue and washing hands with soap

Opening and closing lunch containers and drinks

Zipping a jacket

Tying shoelaces

Dear Rising Kindergarten Parents,  

Enclosed you will find a workbook for your child to complete during the summer. The purpose of sending home these activities is to prevent learning loss during the summer months. These activities will review and reinforce skills he/she has learned in the classroom this year. Your child will also be required to complete additional reading activities listed below. Please return completed workbooks and additional reading activities to your teacher on the first day of school. Have a wonderful summer!

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Rising Kindergarten Additional Required

Summer Reading Activities:

Activity #1- Choose a book you have at home or one from the library. After reading this book, complete the attached “beginning, middle, end” activity page.

Activity #2- Choose a second book. After reading this book, complete the attached “My Favorite Character” activity page.

Activity #3- Reading Log- While only two books require specific activities, students should be read to all summer. Please fill out the attached reading log as you read this summer. These books can be on the attached reading list or other books you have at home. Don’t forget to visit the library to find other great books too!

 

Dear Parent(s),

Summer is a great time to take advantage of having more time to enjoy your child and to participate informally in learning with your child.  The summer enrichment is a required component for St. Peter Claver Regional Catholic School.  Learning occurs constantly for your child regardless of whether it is direct classroom instruction, from you as the parent, by incidental learning opportunities at home, through trips and new experiences, or by talking to your child.  I hope you all will enjoy a sensational summer of learning and fun.

Attached you will find wonderful enrichment activities that are designed to prepare your child for the upcoming school year.  In reading, your child will explore reading with enjoyable and page-turning grade level books. Each summer enrichment packet contains your required summer reading book along with a list of Battle of the Books.

Your child must choose two books from the Battle of the Books list in addition to the required book for a total of three books to be read over the summer.

Your child is asked to complete a book summary and character map for each of the books for a total of three book summaries and character maps to be complete and turned in the first day of school.

The class will have a formal assessment during the first week of school about their required book.  

In math, students will build off what they have learned this school year to gain a glimpse into next year’s school math with the Summer Bridge Activities Book. Please have the entire book completed before the first day of school. I will be taking a grade on summer enrichment assignments the first week of school, so please have students turn everything in the first day of school.

We look forward to seeing you and your child in August and have a wonderful summer.  Please note that activities are mandatory and grades will be recorded for completion of these activities.  

 

3rd Grade Summer Reading List

Summary Page for Each Book 

 

Dear Parent(s),

Summer is a great time to take advantage of having more time to enjoy your child and to participate informally in learning with your child.  The summer enrichment is a required component for St. Peter Claver Regional Catholic School.  Learning occurs constantly for your child regardless of whether it is direct classroom instruction, from you as the parent, by incidental learning opportunities at home, through trips and new experiences, or by talking to your child.  I hope you all will enjoy a sensational summer of learning and fun.

Attached you will find wonderful enrichment activities that are designed to prepare your child for the upcoming school year.  In reading, your child will explore reading with enjoyable and page-turning grade level books. Each summer enrichment packet contains your required summer reading book along with a list of Battle of the Books. Your child must choose two books from the Battle of the Books list in addition to the required book for a total of three books to be read over the summer. Your child is asked to complete a book summary and character map for each of the books for a total of three book summaries and character maps to be complete and turned in the first day of school. The class will have a formal assessment during the first week of school about their required book.  In math, students will build off what they have learned this school year to gain a glimpse into next year’s school math with the Summer Bridge Activities Book. Please have the entire book completed before the first day of school. I will be taking a grade on summer enrichment assignments the first week of school, so please have students turn everything in the first day of school.

We look forward to seeing you and your child in August and have a wonderful summer.  Please note that activities are mandatory and grades will be recorded for completion of these activities.  

 

Summary Page for Each Book 

4th Grade Summer Reading List 

St. Peter Claver Regional Catholic School

Rising 5th Grade

Summer Reading 2019

Summer Reading Assignment:

Read three books (The Great Gilly Hopkins, and two chosen selections from the list below)

Complete Graphic Organizers for each of the three books (three are enclosed)

Be prepared for a test on The Great Gilly Hopkins, and an in-class writing assignment on your two chosen books during the first full week of school.

You will be reading three books this summer, one required book, which is enclosed, and two books chosen from the selections listed below. You will also find graphic organizers included in this packet. The graphic organizers will help you order your thoughts and understanding of the book. The graphic organizers will also help you prepare for your summer reading assessments which will take place during the first week of school. You will have a test covering your required reading, and in-class writing assignments, covering the two additional books chosen from the selections below.

Required Selection: The Great Gilly Hopkins, by Katherine Paterson

Eleven year old Gilly has been stuck in more foster families than she can remember, and she’s disliked them all. She has a county-wide reputation for being brash, brilliant and completely unmanageable. So when she’s sent to live with the Trotters, by far the strangest family yet, Gilly decides to put her sharp mind to work. Before long she’s devised an elaborate scheme to get her real mother to come rescue her.

Please choose two other books from the selection below:

Dear Mr. Henshaw, by Beverly Cleary

When fourth grader Leigh Botts asks Mr. Henshaw to write to him personally, he gets more than he bargained for. Mr. Henshaw’s letters are full of questions, and Leigh is getting tired of answering them. As he continues his correspondence with his favorite author, he not only gets plenty of tips on writing, but he also finds a wise and thoughtful friend to whom he can tell his troubles.

 

Shiloh, by Phyllis Reynolds

Eleven-year-old Marty Preston loves to spend time up in the hills behind his home near Friendly, West Virginia. What do you do when a dog you suspect is being mistreated runs away and comes to you? When it is someone else’s dog? When the man who owns him has a gun? This is Marty’s problem, and he finds it is one he has to face alone. When his solution gets too big for him to handle, Marty puts his courage on the line and discovers that is not always easy to separate right from wrong. Sometimes however you’ll do almost anything to save a dog you love.

 

Bud Not Buddy, by Christopher Paul Curtis

Bud is a young boy living in Flint, Michigan, during the Great Depression.  On a mission to find his father, the only clue his mother left him was several flyers about a band in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  He gets a ride to Grand Rapids, and finds Herman E. Calloway, the man that he believes is his father but does not get the reception he imagines. Bud, Not Buddy is full of laugh out loud humor and wonderful characters taking readers on a heartwarming and unforgettable journey.

 

Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH, by Robert C. O’Brien

Mrs. Frisby, a widowed mouse with four small children, must move her family to their summer quarters immediately or face almost certain death. But her youngest son, Timothy, lies ill with pneumonia and must not be moved. Fortunately, she encounters the rats of NIMH, an extraordinary breed of highly intelligent creatures, who come up with a brilliant solution to her dilemma.

 

The Mysterious Benedict Society, by Trenton Lee Stewart

“Are you a gifted child looking for special opportunities?”  The ad attracts dozens for mind-bending tests even you the reader may try. Only two boys and two girls succeed for a secret mission which takes them undercover and underground into hidden tunnels. At The Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened, the only rule is – there are no rules.

 

The Story of Doctor Doolittle, by Hugh Lofting

John Doolittle is a kind-hearted country physician who keeps goldfish in his pond, rabbits in the pantry, white mice in a piano, and a hedgehog in the cellar. He also has an unusual gift: he can talk to animals — a talent that comes in handy, since he prefers treating animals, rather than humans, as his patients.
One day, a mysterious call summons him to Africa, where a serious epidemic has spread among the monkey population. Of course, the good doctor sets out immediately with some of his best friends — Jip, the dog, and Polynesia, the parrot, among others. An entertaining classic that has charmed readers of all ages for generations

 

Fantasy League, by Mike Lupica

12-year-old Charlie is a fantasy football guru. He may be just a bench warmer for his school's football team, but when it comes to knowing and loving the game, he's first-string. He even becomes a celebrity when his podcast gets noticed by a sports radio host, who plays Charlie's fantasy picks for all of Los Angeles to hear. Soon Charlie befriends the elderly owner of the L.A. Bulldogs — a fictional NFL team — and convinces him to take a chance on an aging quarterback. After that, watch out... it's press conferences and national fame for Charlie who becomes a media curiosity and source of conflict for the Bulldogs general manager, whose job Charlie seems to have taken. It's all a bit much for a kid just trying to stay on top of his grades and maintain his friendship with his verbal sparring partner, Anna.

 

The Incredible Journey, by Sheila Burnford

Instinct told them that the way home lay to the west. And so the doughty young Labrador retriever, the roguish bull terrier and the indomitable Siamese set out through the Canadian wilderness. Separately, they would soon have died. But, together, the three house pets face starvation, exposure, and wild forest animals to make their way home to the family they love. The Incredible Journey is one of the great stories of all time.

 

The Borrowers, by Mary Norton

The Clock family: Homily, Pod, and their fourteen-year-old daughter, Arrietty,—are tiny people who live underneath the kitchen floor of an old English country manor. All their minuscule home furnishings, from postage stamp paintings to champagne cork chairs, are “borrowed” from the “human beans” who tromp around loudly above them. All is well until Pod is spotted upstairs by a human boy! Can the Clocks stay nested safely in their beloved hidden home, or will they be forced to flee?

 

A Week in the Woods, by Andrew Clements

The fifth grade’s annual camping trip in the woods tests Mark’s survival skills and his ability to relate to a teacher who seems out to get him.

 

My Side of the Mountain, by Jean Craighead George

A boy runs away from home and spends a year living in a tree in the Catskill Mountains with a young peregrine falcon, depending on his knowledge of the natural world and on nature itself to survive.

 

The Chronicles of Narnia, by C.S. Lewis (or choose any one of the following)

 

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Narnia is a land frozen in eternal winter, always winter, but never Christmas, a country waiting to be set free. Four siblings step through a wardrobe door and into the magical land of Narnia, a land enslaved by the power of the White Witch. But when almost all hope is lost, the return of the Great Lion, Aslan, signals a great change . . . and a great sacrifice. Follow Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy as they explore a world filled with magic, dwarves, spirits and talking animals!

 

Prince Caspian

Back in Narnia, where animals talk, where trees walk, where a battle is about to begin, the Pevensie children find themselves helping a prince denied his rightful throne. An army is gathered in a desperate attempt to rid his land of a false king. But in the end, it is a battle of honor between two men alone that will decide the fate of an entire world.

 

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

On board a ship sailing in search of the end of the world, King Caspian meets two of his old friends in a most unexpected way. Back in Narnia, where a dragon awakens, where stars walk the earth, and where anything can happen, the Pevensie children are back on a voyage that will take them beyond all known lands. As they sail farther and farther from charted waters, they discover that their quest is more than they imagined and that the world's end is only the beginning.

 

The Horse and his Boy

It’s the Golden Age of Narnian history. The four kings and queens of Narnia are in the midst of their reign. Travel back to Narnia where horses talk, where treachery is brewing, and where destiny awaits.  On a desperate journey, two runaways meet and join forces. Though they are only looking to escape their harsh and narrow lives, they soon find themselves at the center of a terrible battle. It is a battle that will decide their fate and the fate of Narnia itself.


 

The Silver Chair

It's a dark time in Narnia where giants wreak havoc, where evil weaves a spell, and where enchantment rules. Through dangers untold and caverns deep and dark, a noble band of friends is sent to rescue a prince held captive. But their mission to Underland brings them face-to-face with an evil more beautiful and more deadly than they ever expected.

The Last Battle

Narnia, where lies breed fear, where loyalty is tested, where all hope seems lost. During the last days of Narnia, the land faces its fiercest challenge—not an invader from without but an enemy from within. Lies and treachery have taken root, and only the king and a small band of loyal followers can prevent the destruction of all they hold dear in this, the magnificent ending to The Chronicles of Narnia.

 

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