Hello, My Name is Mrs. King. 

I will be team teaching this year with Ms. Glenn.   I will teach Reading, Language 

Arts and Writing.   Whereas, Ms. Glenn will teach Math and Science.  I will teach my homeroom class Social Studies.   At any time you would like to schedule a conference, please contact the school at 876-0146.  Thank you and I look forward to an exciting year.






1. Please make sure that I have received all your child's paperwork.


2. Please make sure that I have a current home, work and cell phone numbers.


3. If your child is absent from school, please send a note the day he/she returns.
 Regular attendance is very important in promoting academic success.


4. If you are going to pick up your child early from school, he/she must be picked up by 2:00 P.M.
If there is a transportation change, you must provide a note. No phone calls, faxes, or e-mails will be accepted.



 Heads Up Sheet 


Week of February 8th - 12th

Spelling Words   Multi-Syllable

2 syllables                 4 syllables

  1. idle                     10.  declaration
  2. sorrow                11.  diagnosis
  3. invent                  12.  education
  4. fraction              13.  independent
  5. adverb                14.  understanding

3 syllables                5 syllables

  1. sensation              15.  oportunity
  2. strawberry            
  3. memories
  4. adjective



*Official learning times are 7:40am -2:15pm

*Students are counted as tardy if they arrive to school after 7:40am

*If you plan to sign your child out, you MUST pick him/her up no later than 2 pm ***

*If a student is absent, he or she must return to school with a written excuse for that absences

*A little study time each night will make a big difference!

*Study spelling words and content vocabulary words each night.  Be able to use spelling and vocabulary words in a sentence. 
*Study math facts daily for addition and subtraction to 20.  Study multiplication facts 0 through 7 daily.

*Read at least 15 minutes each day.


Reading Voc. Words:

1.  sensation: a feeling or an awareness

2. idle: time with nothing to do

3.  sorrow: a feeling of sadness after losing someone of something special (sad feeling after a person or pet dies)

4.  invent: to create something for the first time



. Divide the words into syllables


2. Write out your 9 & 10 times table   ______

3. Complete math assignment.  ______

Social Studies- Create tree map on Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt




1. Write out your 9 & 10 times table   ______

2. Complete math assignment.  ______


3. Complete Reading Comprehension Sheet___

4.  Write two sentences, using adjectives _____





1. Write out your 9 & 10 times table   ______

2. Complete math assignment.  ______


3. Complete Reading Comprehension Sheet___

4.  Write two sentences, using adverbs_____





1. Write out your 9 & 10 times table   ______

2. Complete math assignment.  ______


3. Complete Reading comparison Sheet ____

4.  Write two sentences using comparative and superlative adjectives. ____




Franklin D. Roosevelt:  Social Studies Vocabulary


1.  Great Depression-   A period in United States history during which the economy so weak that many people were unemployed.

2.  Unemployment- The measure of the number of workers who want to work but do not have jobs.

3. Cooperation- Working together with others
4. Diligence-   Working hard for a long time to accomplish a goal.  
5.  Disabled-   Having a condition that makes it difficult to do something 
6.  Social Security- economic security and social welfare for the individual through government program

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Vice President:John Nance Garner, Henry Agard Wallace, Harry S. Truman Party: Democrat
Age at inauguration: 51
Born: January 30, 1882 in Hyde Park, New York
Died: April 12, 1945 in Warm Springs, Georgia

President Roosevelt is most known for leading the United States and the Allied Powers against the Axis Powers of Germany and Japan during World War II. He also led the country during the Great Depression and instituted the New Deal which includedprograms such as Social Security and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Roosevelt was elected to president for four terms. This is two more terms than any other president.   Franklin grew up in a wealthy and influential New York family. He was tutored at home and traveled the world with his family during his childhood. He graduated from Harvard in 1904 and married his distant cousin Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. He became active in politics in 1910 when he was elected to the New York State Senate and, later, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. However, his career stopped for a while in 1921 when he became sick with polio. Although he survived his bout with polio, he nearly lost the use of his legs. For the rest of his life he could only walk a few short steps by himself.

In 1932 the country was in the midst of the Great Depression. People were looking for some new ideas, leadership, and hope. They elected Franklin Roosevelt hoping he had the answers.   When Roosevelt entered office as president the first thing he did was to sign a number of new bills in an effort to fight the Great Depression. These new laws included programs such as Social Security to help retirees, the FDIC to help secure bank deposits, work programs such as the Civilian Conservation Corps, new power plants, aid for farmers, and laws to improve working conditions. Finally, he established the SEC (Security and Exchange Commission) to help regulate the stock market and hopefully prevent any future collapses in the financial markets.   All of these programs together were called the New Deal. In his first 100 days of being president, Roosevelt signed 14 new bills into law. This time became known as Roosevelt's Hundred Days.

In 1940 Roosevelt was elected to his third term as president. World War II had broken out in Europe and Roosevelt promised that he would do what he could to keep the U.S. out of the war. However, on December 7, 1941 Japan bombed the U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor. Roosevelt had no choice but to declare war.   Roosevelt worked closely with the Allied Powers to help fight back against Germany and Japan. He partnered with Winston Churchill of Great Britain as well as Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union. He also laid the groundwork for future peace by coming up with the concept of the United Nations.  As the war was coming to an end, Roosevelt's health began to fail. He was posing for a portrait when he had a fatal stroke. His last words were "I have a terrible headache." Roosevelt is considered by many to be one of the greatest presidents in the history of the United States. He is remembered with a National Memorial in Washington D.C.


Eleanor Roosevelt – Human Rights Leader

Eleanor Roosevelt was the wife of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. She was a very active first lady and she worked all of her life for human rights – fair treatment for everyone. President Roosevelt had polio and Eleanor helped him and made many fact–finding trips for him.

Eleanor Roosevelt was appointed a delegate to the United Nations. She helped draft and pass the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Eleanor worked very hard to get all countries to support the declaration. The declaration states all persons are born free and equal in dignity.

What was the newspaper column Eleanor wrote for many years?

My Day. Eleanor wrote "My Day" six days a week from 1935-1962. The only time she did not write six days a week, was FDR's death when she skipped four days.


In what position did Eleanor serve after her husband's death in 1945?

U.S. Delegation to the United Nations General Assembly. Eleanor was appointed to the U.S. Delegation to the United Nations General Assembly by President Truman. She resigned from that position in 1953. Eleanor was also chairman of the Human Rights Commission. After Eleanor resigned, she became an American representative to the World Federation of the United Nations Associations, and later the chairman of the Associations' Board of Directors. President John F. Kennedy appointed Eleanor as a member of the National Advisory Committee of the Peace Corps and the chairman of the President's Commission on the Status of Women.

Eleanor Roosevelt Vocabulary

1.  authority- the right to lead and make decisions

2.  cooperation-working together with others

3.  First Lady- the wife of the President of the United States

4.  human rights- the rights, or freedoms, that all humans deserve to have

5.  immigrant- a person who comes into a country from another country to live

6.  issues- subjects voters make choices about

7.  respect for and acceptance of authority- obeying rules and expectations of adults and leaders


Language Arts Skill:
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Adjectives and Adverbs

Comparative adjectives – adjectives used to compare two nouns
Superlative adjectives – adjectives used to compare three or more things. (the highest form of adjectives)
Adjective – a word that describes a noun or pronoun
Adverb – a word that describes a verb, adjective, or another adverb


Science Vocabulary: 


1.  pollution – the addition of harmful materials to the environment
2.  pollutant – a material that causes pollution
3.  Litter – trash that is not disposed of in a way that prevents harm to ecosystems
4.  Hazardous waste – waste that can pollute the environment even in small amounts
5.  Biodegradable materials – matter that breaks down easily in the environment

Three Forms of Pollution

Air pollution
Land Pollution
Water Pollution