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3            Fall Festival 10-2

5            Early Release

6            Student Holiday

6            Parent/Teacher Conf.

13            SB Meeting 6:30 p.m.

21-23      Thanksgiving Holiday



6          Early Release

6          Parent Academy

18        SB Meeting 6:30

19        Early Release

20-31  Winter Break


Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week Flyer

"Fall" Into Math and Literacy Night = Fun for Parents and Students!


Parents and students spent the evening walking around to classrooms searching for the next fun reading or math activity.  Students had the chance to:

  • Justify their answers to "Which One Doesn't Belong"
  • Search, identify, and color letters in the "ABC Sensory Bin"
  • Build catapults to estimate and measure distance Create funny phrases and stories with "Fall Mad Libs"
  • Take home a book after creating their own "Seasonal Poem"
  • Practice their number sense with a variety of card games Practice computation skills in the "Zombie Attacks" room
  • Kinesthetics was the theme as students took a "Book Walk" for prizes
  • Take home resources and even a homemade scrapbook!
CCES Literacy and Math Night teacher and student  CCES Literacy and Math Night activity  CCES Literacy and Math Night book walk

A Glimpse Into the Fifth Grade Hall


Ms. McNulty's class museum provides an opportunity for students to literally touch the past, a past that reflects an area specific to Charles City. Students get the opportunity to become curators for visitors and guests that stop by. Look soon for pictures of fifth graders hosting the kindergarteners as they take a "museum field trip" to 5th grade. Our fifth grade students love showing off their museum!Fifth grade hallway pictures include Ms.  McNulty's students' "Our New World!".  During their study of geographic landforms, students created continents based on what humans would want or need while exploring. The class watched the scene from "Elizabeth" where Sir Walter Raleigh describes hope upon finding land. They applied that with what they would "hope" to find after being trapped in a crowded ship for months.  In addition to the colorful continents, students put together a "Non-Fiction Text Features About Me" as a great way to get the year started with a reminder of what non-fiction features are and a way to present themselves.  Finally, students introduced themselves to Ms. McNulty with  "I am..." strips displaying how her students see themselves.

5th Grade I am Wall display   5th Artifact Museum

Charles City County Public Schools

10035 Courthouse Road | Charles City, VA 23030

Office: 804-652-4612 | Fax: 804-829-2363