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.


5. A Heads-Up Sheet goes home on Fridays.
You may also find the Heads-Up Sheet at the bottom of this page 


6. Please make sure that your child comes to school prepared

everyday with homework, and all school supplies.


7. If you are ever concerned about your child's academics or behavior,

please send me a note or call the office at (912) 876-0146 to schedule a conference.


8. Please look for your child's behavior calendar inside their agenda daily. Please sign and return it daily.



9. All lunch money needs to put in an envelope with the child's name on it and placed in their agendas.


Important Times to Remember:


School Day begins at 7:40 and 2:15
Specials (Art, Computer Lab, PE and Music) are daily
Lunch: 12:03-12:33


To the left you will find several links to useful websites. If you would like to suggest some additional sites, or if you just need to get in contact with me; feel free to email me at cking@liberty.k12.ga.us




Heads-Ups Sheet

   Week of August 18th-22nd


Spelling Words: VCV


















*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 absence.



*Picture day is August 21, 2014!



1. Write out your 1 and 2 times table   _____

2. Complete  math assignment.  ______


3. From the pretest, write each missed five times each.  ______






1. Write out your 1 and 2 times table   _____

2. Complete math assignment.  ______


3. Write a paragraph about Paul Revere using at least five Social Studies vocabulary words. ____





1. Write out your 1 and 2 times table   _____

2. Complete math assignment.  ______


3. Write four sentences using a spelling word, circle the subject and underline the predicate in each sentence. _____


4. Write four facts about magnets.  _____





1. Write out your 2 and 3 times table   _____

2. Complete math assignemnt.  ______


3. Study for your spelling test.


4. Write a short story using at least 4 reading vocabulary words.  ____






Paul Revere: Reading/Social Studies Vocabulary

Silversmith: a person who makes objects out of silver.

Tax: money people pay to a government in return for services.

Colony: a place ruler by person in another country.

Colonist: a person who lives in a colony.

Harbor: a sheltered place along a coast where ships can anchor or dock

Independence: free to make one’s own choices

Boycott: to refuse to buy or use a product to make a point

Independence:  free to make ones own choices

Militia:  people who work as soldiers when needed

Protest:  an event at which people speak out about an issue


Paul Revere was a patriot in the American Revolution. He is most famous for his ride and warning to the colonists that the British were coming.
Where did Paul grow up?
Paul Revere was born in December 1734 in Boston, Massachusetts. His father was a silversmith and Paul would grow up to be a silversmith as well.
The Sons of Liberty
Paul Revere soon became active in the Sons of Liberty, a political group of American Patriots who wanted liberty for the colonies. Other famous members included John Adams, John Hancock, Patrick Henry, and Samuel Adams.
He was involved in the Boston Tea Party and may have been at the Boston Massacre as well.
Paul Revere's Ride: In April of 1775 the British Army was stationed in Boston and rumor had it that they were about to make a move on the leaders of the Sons of Liberty and other American Patriots. The Sons of Liberty were watching the British closely so they could warn the colonists if they started to attack. Two main riders were to set out and warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington. Paul Revere would go across the Charles River to Charlestown and then to Lexington. William Dawes would ride a longer, but different route. Hopefully one of them would make it there safely to warn Adams and Hancock. There also were other riders that Revere and Dawes would tell along the way. They would pass the warning on to other locations.


Science Vocabulary:  Magnets

Magnet: any object that pulls certain metals toward it

Magnetic field: the space around a magnet where the force of the magnet can act

Magnetic poles: the areas of a magnet where its force of attraction is strongest

Repel: to push away

Attract: to pull toward

Lodestone: rock that is naturally magnet

Magnetism:   a magnet’s ability to attract certain metals

Permanent magnet:  an object that keeps its magnetism for a long time

Temporary magnet:  a magnet that loses its magnetism after a short time

Compass:  a device that uses a free moving magnetic needle to show direction


Magnets: The rule of magnetism- "Like poles repel. Unlike poles attract."

It is believed that the earths magnet power comes from a current in the liquid center of the Earth causing it to become a gigantic electromagnet!

Here are some fun facts about magnets:

  • -the earths magnetic field is like a bar magnet at the center
  • -usually made of iron or steel-iron, nickel, cobalt
  • -can be any shape
  • -a magnets pull is strongest at two points-north and south poles
  • -the first magnets were stones called Iodestones. The word lode means lead. The stone magnetized compass needles and helped bring sailors home.
  • -the earth is a giant magnet
  • -earth magnets are poweful and made from rare elements
  • -some vets use magnets to retrieve wire and metal from animals stomachs
  • -magnetic attracts only magnetic objects
  • -magnetic forces at at distance
  • -there are different types of magnets: permanent/hard, temporary/soft, electromagnets
  • -the compass was used hundreds of years ago by chinese sailors
  • -superconductors are the strongest magnets-made from coils of wire
  • -magnet is made up of crystals