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Nov. 22nd JH Girls & Boys BB Home @ 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 23rd JH Girls & Boys BB Home @ 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 24th-26th NO SCHOOL THANKSGIVING BREAK

Nov. 29th JH Girls & Boys BB Home @ 5:30 p.m

*The Christmas program is December 16th at 7:00 p.m.*




  A little consideration, a little thought for others, makes the difference. ~ Eeyore


to Lyndsi and her mom, Julie, for making the delicious cupcakes for Mr. Ewing’s 50th birthday.








Happy Thanksgiving! I can't believe that November is almost over! Students drew names in our classroom on Friday for the Christmas party. I have placed those in your folder. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. All of our fall/Thanksgiving projects will come home this week! When we come back on November 29th it will be all things Christmas until break! I have also enclosed a book order form; it is due back on Monday the 29th or you can order online. I hope these will be in before Christmas break but we cannot guarantee that. I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Enjoy the time with your family! - Miss Stacie


Kindergarten news


It is a short week! Our theme will focus on Thanksgiving. Sight words and classwork will be sent home on Tuesday instead of Monday this week. We will review the phonemic sounds we have been working on, and we will learn a new trick for when to use the letter c vs. k when writing. I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving! I am very thankful to be your student's teacher this year. - Mrs. Stewart



1st grade news
2nd grade news


Because this is a short week, neither grade will have spelling words. We will continue working on phonics and reading. I have some Thanksgiving Day activities planned as well. Please remember that almost everyone still has AR tests due. Use the long weekend to read those AR books. I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving and enjoys the long weekend. – Mrs. Hird

3rd grade news
4th grade news

Since this is a very short week, our class is going to complete a couple of Thanksgiving activities in class. We will also complete a Missouri Studies Weekly study guide for week 7, review together, and take the short test on Tuesday. We will also be focusing on math facts. I still have several kids in class who haven't mastered addition or subtraction facts without using their fingers. This is something very important for them to master as we will soon be working on mastering all of our multiplication facts. I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving break! - Mrs. Cooper


5th grade news
6th grade news

   


Happy Thanksgiving! 5th and 6th graders will be finishing their alphabet poems this week. 5th graders will have a Social Studies test on Tuesday over Ch. 1 L. 3 & 4. 6th grade will have a Science test over Ch. 2 on Tuesday. Students will also be looking at the history of Thanksgiving and doing some fun activities like a Reader's Theater. Don't forget-AR book requirements are due Friday, December 10th, so keep reading! - Mrs. Foster

7th & 8th grade news

  

By now, you should have had a chance to see mid-quarter grades. The short week finds us finishing up a unit on verbs in grammar. In science, seventh grade will be moving on to a unit dealing with astronomy, while eighth grade is working on a unit on cells. Students have chosen to draw names for the gift exchange, and I wanted to make sure that you know that your student knows who they've selected. No tests this week. Enjoy the break. 5/6 Math: In finishing up before break, fifth grade is working on problems involving part/whole relationships and mixed measures. Sixth grade is working on mixed number problems and the various uses of prime factorization. 

- Mr. Ewing



CITIZENSHIP – fulfilling civic and social responsibilities and contributing to the well-being of the communities in which you are a member 




 

Practice those songs over break! When we come back we won't have lyrics or background vocals to help us.

- Miss Stacie 

                                                                  

Reminder

You can access the calendar and lunch menu and read the archived newsletters on our website at: https://www.hudsonelementaryschool.org 

IMPORTANT: Students will continue to go outside for fresh air as much as possible. It’s important they have coats and are dressed appropriately.

FOOD FAIR receipts 

are due 12/17/2021.

Masks: All students and staff must wear masks beginning Tuesday, 11/2, so only sick students and staff must miss school due to a close contact at school.  

REMINDER: PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD BRINGS A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL WITH THEM EVERY DAY. OUR WATER FOUNTAINS ARE CLOSED, BUT WE HAVE BOTTLE FILLING STATIONS.


Boxed present

GIFT EXCHANGE

Preschool, Kindergarten, 3rd & 4th, 5th & 6th, 7th & 8th grades will draw names for our gift exchange on December 17th.  1st/2nd grade boys need to bring a gift for a boy and girls need to bring a gift for a girl. $5.00 limit, please 

A Christmas Party

CHRISTMAS PARTY HELPERS:

PK: Snack – Taylor Thomas, Drinks – Bridget Merryfield & Plates & Napkins – Kimber Thomas

K: Snack – Lara Merryfield, Drinks – Amie Branson & Plates & Napkins – Katie Bennaka

1/2: Snack – Jenny Frost, Drinks – Stacie Varns & Plates & Napkins – Bridget Merryfield

3/4: Snack - Nicki Munsterman, Drinks – Stacie Varns & Plates & Napkins – Laura Campbell

5/6: Snack - Amber Brownsberger, Drinks – Amie Branson & Plates & Napkins – Wendy Engeman

7/8: Snack - Amber Brownsberger, Drinks – Laura Campbell & Plates & Napkins – Wendy Engeman

Christmas Parties are 12/17/2021. PK is at 10:20 & K – 8 is at 2:40

Christmas Tree

DRESS UP DAYS 

12/6 – Christmas pajamas

12/7 – Christmas shirt/sweater

12/8 – Christmas scarf/ties & socks

12/9 – Red and/or green 

12/10 – Flannel/plaid

Did you know?

PASSIVE FUND RAISER: Did you know that anytime you place an order on Amazon.com you have an

opportunity to raise money for our school through the Amazon Smile program?


1. Go to smile.amazon.com.

2. Log in with your Amazon username and password.

3. Search “Hudson R-9” to select us for your charity of choice.

4. Continue shopping on Amazon like you always do! A portion of any eligible purchases will go to your chosen

charity each time you shop.


Participation in this program is free. There is no change to your Amazon shopping experience or what you can browse or

purchase. Anyone can do it, so please encourage family and friends to participate. Anytime you shop on this site you can

help our school!

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