Mr. Webster's Class in Room 213
May 17, 2019
Friendly Reminders: bring in library books this Monday for our last check-in. Attached below are the guidelines for students to write up a paragraph about what they are going to teach, how, what supplies, etc.
What are we doing today/this week:
(Webpage is updated daily during my lunch)
Math: we took the Unit 8 post-test. No homework.
Writing: we are still brainstorming what all we've done this year, for our final yearbook/newspaper project. No Homework.
Reading: as a break from all the testing we've done, today we just had some quiet reading. At home, read 30 minutes daily as homework
Social Studies: still working on committee ideas for a bill in our Oregon government unit. No homework.
Science/Health: worked on the next topic in our new health unit: knowing what boundaries are, and the SAFE model.
Spelling: took spelling tests on the different lists. No homework.
Reminder: If you haven't turned in a paragraph about what you'd like to student-teach, please do so.
Room 201 Specials:
Mon: Library check-out @ 8:20
Tues: P.E. @ 12:05
Wed: Music @ 12:05
Thurs: P.E. @ 12:50
Fri: Library @ 9:20
ATTACHMENTS:May 17 newsletterContact me: You can email me at: email@example.com. I'm at school at 6:45 every morning, and for 20 minutes after school each day. (We have staff meetings after school on Tuesdays, so that is not the best afternoon time to meet).
My goal is to bring a slice of the outside world to my students, and help them move forward in their educational advancement. In almost three decades of working in Education, I have taught in Africa and Central America before coming to Glencoe. This school has a great staff, students who are generally self-motivated to learn, and many supportive parents concerned with student progress and achievement. I taught 16 years in 4th grade, moved up to 5th grade this past year with a large bubble of students, and now I'm back in 4th grade.
I have a Master's of Arts in Teaching degree from Willamette University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from OSU. I enjoy reading, music (guitar, piano and drums) and writing. I have written and published a fantasy trilogy (The Tarra Tales), which can be found in our school library. My wife is an elementary principal in the North Clackamas School District, and we have three children: 2 in college, and 1 going to Franklin HS.