Your conference times for Wednesday and Thursday, March 11 and 12, are listed in the Scribd document that accompanies this post. Please scroll to the second page of the document to find the schedule.
As you can see, our times are packed pretty tightly, so please arrive a little early so we can keep moving. If you are not able to come at the time you signed up for (way back at Open House), please contact me to make other arrangements. I can usually squeeze in conferences when you need them as long as you are patient.
Scroll to Page Two for Times
The Book Fair will be located in the library, all week. The class will visit the Book Fair, and students may purchase items in our Book Fair, but you are also invited to shop the books while you are here for conferences. Teacher wish lists will be available, but please do not feel obligated to purchase anything on those lists; primarily, the Book Fair is here to make reading materials available for students. Many of Missouri's Mark Twain Award nominees for next year will be available.
As a shortened week (with no school on Friday), we will not have paper homework, but I do ask that, in lieu of the homework, students should continue to read for a half-hour each evening (with half of that time spent reading aloud), and to refresh themselves on their basic multiplication facts (in preparation for four days of 5-minute, 100-problem multiplication quizzes).