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Lockhurst Drive Charter Elementary

BACK TO SCHOOL SOCIAL

Friday, August 8, 2014 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Free Dinner catered by Falafelicious, Games & Music!

Come find out who your teacher will be for the upcoming year!

 

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Lockhurst Musical Theater

Boys and Girls... It's almost time!  The secret's out!  Spread the word!  The next LEAP Musical Theater Production:

           LEAP

 

We will, of course be performing songs from both shows, as well as a few contemporary songs. Everyone will have a roll!  We have created some very interesting characters for storytelling, etc.  Did you ever want to be a snowman?  A Reindeer?  No experience is necessary!  We need BOYS!!!  Set Wednesday afternoons aside for rehearsals- 2:45 to 4:45.  We look forward to many new faces (K thru 8th) and some of our veteran performers returning from middle school!  Get your enrollment forms in early!  This will be an exciting production and I am sure we will need to put a cap on enrollment.  

  

Lockhurst Theater Registration Form

 

Email or mail the forms directly to me before school begins and take advantage of the Early Bird enrollment! We will begin rehearsals the first Wed. in September.  See you then!  Jana

 

Mail to:    LEAP  -  5705 Fallbrook Ave.  -  Woodland Hills,  CA 91367 

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First Day Of School

The first day of school will be on Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Please be sure to complete your student’s Student Emergency Information Form before the first day of school.

Please go to Achieve.lausd.net/families, then click on the forms and polices link, then the Student Emergency Information Form.  You can type right into the form, print it, sign it and send it with your child on the first day of school.  A new Student Emergency Information Form is required for each school year.

You can also access the form by clicking the following link:

Student Emergency Information Form

If you have moved, please provide the office with proof of residency: DWP bill, gas bill, rental agreement or mortgage bill.  Remember to notify the school office of any change of address or phone numbers during the school year.

Copies of the Student Emergency Form are available in the school office.  You may stop by for a copy if needed when the office opens after summer vacation, July 29, 2014.

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Summer Assignments

This year we will be asking that students complete the following Summer Assignments in order to be prepared for their next grade level.  Each grade level will have books they must complete and be prepared to participate in seminar discussion activities.  Be prepared for any of the books.  Books may be obtained from your local library or bookstore.  Students should master the listed math skills during the summer in anticipation of new grade level work.  Students will be assessed on their level of proficiency during the first week of school.

Reading Skills

Math Skills

Students Entering Kindergarten

Identify the letters in your first name

Be able to count to 10

Students Entering First Grade

-The Chick and the Duckling by Miera Ginsburg

-Let’s Go Visiting by Sue Williams

-Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

-The M&M’s Count to One Hundred by Barbara Barbieri McGrath

-Practice counting to 100

-Practice skip count by 5’s and 10’s

-Practice estimating amounts

-Practice less than and greater than numbers between 0 and 50

Students Entering Second Grade

-Magic Tree House by Mary Pope Osbourne & Sal Murdocca (pick from the ten)

-Strega Nona by Tomie de Paola

-Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown & Macky Pamintuan

-Any Fairy Tale (Little Red Riding Hood, The Little Red Hen, etc.)

-A non-fiction book about animals

 

-Doubles to 20: ex. 1+1=2, 2+2=4…19+19=38, 20+20=40

-Doubles plus 1 to 20: ex. 1+2=3, 2+3=5…19+20=39, 20+21=41

-Addition and Subtraction up to 20

Students Entering Third Grade

-James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

-Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White

-Choose 1 book from the Great Illustrated Classics series

-Choose 1 book of pomes by Shel Silverstein

Choose 1 book from the “Who was…” biography series

-Know multiplication tables up to 5 (up to 5X10)

- Doubles to 20: ex. 1+1=2, 2+2=4…19+19=38, 20+20=40

-Identify place value (ones, tens, hundreds: ex. Recognize that a number that has 0 tens, 5 hundreds, 3 thousands, and 8 ones represents the number 3,508

-Round 2 and 3 digit numbers to the nearest tens and hundreds: ex. 24->20, 25->30, 101->100, 250->300, 872->900

Students Entering Fourth Grade

-Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing by Judy Blume

-Wayside School by Louis Sachar

-The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman

-Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo

-Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis

-Read, write and order numbers up to 10,000

-Know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers

-Divide a two-digit dividend by a one-digit divisor: ex. 56÷8

Students Entering Fifth Grade

-The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes & Louis Slobodkin

-Bridge to Terabithia by Natalie Babbitt

-Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

-Holes by Louis Sachar

-Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt

-Multiplication facts up to 12

-Multiply a whole number up to four digits by a one-digit whole number and, multiply two  two-digit numbers. Ex. 3178 X 3, 24 X 71

-Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors. ex. 4852÷5

-Use the “Step Up” section from your 4th grade Math Practice Books (Envision) as additional practice.

All students in 1st grade to 5th grade should practice their typing skills.

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