Room 12B News - Week of May 26th

Important Dates:
May 28th - PTA Meeting 
June 3rd - 4th Grade Musical, 2:10pm
June 10th - Gold Rush Day
June 11th - Field Day
June 12th - Last Day of School (minimum day 12:30pm release time)

No Friday Folders this week due to testing and biosphere
No Interactive Notebook for this week 

Library Books Due NOW!  Please turn them in so that you are able to participate in all end 
of the year activities.  

SBAC Math Testing - Wednesday, May 27th (please do not be late to school)
Book Orders Online Ordering: 
Bring in a check with your order or order online.
class password: FMGL8

Open House
Thanks to everyone that came to Open House this year.  It was great to see everyone and 
share our class accomplishments. 

Thanks for participating in BYOD.  There will be no BYOD this week. 

Volunteer Appreciation Flag Salute
Please join us this Friday for Volunteer Appreciation Flag Salute.  Invitations went home a 
couple weeks ago. 

Gold Rush Day
A flyer went home on Friday regarding Gold Rush Day that will be held on Wednesday June 
10th.  We need lots of volunteers and ia few items to be donated.  In addition, there is 
parent homework.  Please see the flyer for details.  Please return your folder, items, and 
volunteer availability form to me no later than Friday.  Thanks!

Field Day Volunteers Needed
This year's Field Day will be on Thursday morning, June 11, 2015 and we need over 120 
volunteers to be able to supervise all out 670 students out on the field.

You may access the signup via the SignUp Genius link below.

Unfortunately, if you don't have enough volunteers signed up by June 1, 2015, we will have 
to consider canceling Field Day this year.  We count on your help to keep this much-loved 
event alive.
Thanks on behalf of the Field Day Committee-
Eliza Lum
Ellen Cummings
Julie Hamilton

This week your students will enter Biosphere III,  a fun and exciting simulation of 
Biosphere II in Oracle, Arizona.  Biosphere II is an enclosed environment replicating the 
Earth ecosystem that supports life.  NASA and the US Government developed it as a test 
to see if life could survive on other planets.  Room 11C will be conducting Biosphere III.  
The room will be split into an agricultural center and 4 biomes:  desert, rain forest, ocean, 
and savannah.  The students will be assigned to a crew and will be immersed into scientific 
inquiry/research via experiments and activities.   The students will enter Biosphere III on 
May 26th and their mission will be complete on May 29th.  Their work shift will be from 
8:15am-2:50pm, so they will report to room 11C each day.

Have a FABULOUS week!
Mrs. Carrolan

*Heroes are not born, they are made*