Weekly Newsletter for 2/5/15


Dear Room 4 Families,

Today your child celebrated the 100th day of school with many themed activities. We read a book about the 100th day of school, counted 100 in many different ways, read 100 books together as a class, wrote about what it would be like to be 100 years old, looked for words that could be created with the letters of “one hundred,” tried to make 100 different math equations that equaled 100, and more.

Valentine’s Day will be celebrated on Friday, February 13th. If you are bringing valentines for the class, your child can only pass them out during class time if there is one for everybody in the classroom. We are currently at 21 students. Please e-mail me if you would like a copy of the name roster.

Chinese New Year will be celebrated with rotations between Room 7 and Room 5. Each classroom will have a different activity for your child to experience.

There is no school tomorrow 2/6/15 and on the following Monday, 2/9/15. School will resume on Tuesday, February 10th.

The Stonebrae Mandarin DI Parent Meeting will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room on Tuesday, February 10th from 6:00-7:30pm. Childcare will be available. I will be presenting along with Mr. Chen and Ms. Teng.

Here are the homework links for Week 18 homework:

Have a great 4-day weekend!

-Ms. You


  1. Oksana Kazimi says:

    Wow, it looks like u read more then 100 books! Awesome!!!

    And all other “100” activities, so cool and so creative! Wow, I am impressed!!!

    Did only rm 4 do all these things or was it across all 2nd graders?

    Well done, I am sure it was a special day today! Timur just said “Yep!”, when I asked him if it was a fun day today.

    Funny thing is, if I didn’t have ur email update, Timur wouldn’t ever tell me! Can u believe it?

    Anyway, have a nice weekend


    • We did end up reading more than 100 books! The class was very interested in all of our activities for the 100th day of school.

      Each classroom had their own activities to celebrate the 100th day of school depending on the grade, the teacher, and what the class is learning.

      I’m glad that you were able to hear about it!

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