Hutchinson, Judy

March, 2017

Welcome to Room 30's Class Website 

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Yes!  Spring arrives this month! March is scheduled to come in like a lion and out like a lamb.  The weather is warming, birds are chirping, flowers are breaking through the soil, and allergies are going crazy!

This month we welcome our Dr. Seuss readers for Read Across America Day. Thank you so much to all those that were able to participate in this event.  Appropriately we also have a Bookfair scheduled for March 8th.  The class will also be going on a field trip to the State House and Old Barracks Museum in Trenton.  This trip ties into their Social Studies unit of study.  Ask your student if they could find the symbol an artist put on the sculpture that represents our first woman governor in New Jersey.  A "bag" lunch (no glass bottles please) is necessary for the trip as we will be eating our lunch there.  Don't forget to change your clocks and "Spring ahead" one hour on April 12th.

In Math we have begun work in fractions.  Students are renaming fractions, simplifying fractions, finding equivalent fractions, determining common denominators and much, much more.  If you find your child is having problems simplifying fractions please check out Hutchinson's Pods on my class web site's menu.  The classes have a Math Project due on the 20th of March.  Instructions and a rubric have been added under Forms on Rubrics on the lefthand side of this page. Fraction work, perimeter, area, and angles will be our main focus throughout March and April.

I will continue to post assignments on Tenmarks for students to complete from time to time.  Notice of assignments will be indicated on the class calendar as well.  Remember, you may print out any certificates that are earned and I will post them on the wall in our classroom.  

Please check in from time to time to make sure you are aware of any school events.  Homework and upcoming events continue to be posted on the class website's Calendar page.  If you are unsure as to the day's assignment you can find the assigned work under the date it was assigned.  


                                                                      Mrs. Hutchinson 


We collect Box Tops for Education         
                            and Labels for Education!                                                      

Spirit Days at King!
March 3rd: Dr. Seuss Day - Wear  red, white, and black
March 10th: Mustache Day
March 17th: Green Day
March 24th: 80s Day
March 31st: MLK Spirit Day



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Math & Science Website:

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 One website does it all! Log-in using your student id as your user id and password.

 Great to use to look over the lesson that was taught that day on Animated Math Models. Also very helpful if you forget your homework, the page is right there on your computer just write the answers down on a piece of paper! Try your hand at some games on MegaMath and complete assignments on Soar to Success.

Additional Math Sites:
There will be student assignments aligned to our curriculum on:
Go to the District Page under Curriculum & Instruction, drop down to Mathematics and select Grades 4-5. Click on "Online Resources" and a host of sites will appear.  Just click on the blue letters and it will take you directly to the site.

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Dates to Remember:

3/2 - Dr. Seuss Readers 
3/8 - Bookfair - Wed. 1:45 p.m.
3/10 - Family Book Fair 4-8p.m.
        PTO Movie Night 6 - 8 p.m.
3/12 - Daylight Savings Time
3/14 - 1/2 Day for Students 12:25 p..m.        dismissal
3/15 - Field Trip to the State House
3/20 - Math Project Due
3/20 - First Day of Spring!
3/22 - Earth Day
3/24 PTO Spring Picture Fundr

*Please check-in to the School Calendar page for any updates

    Contact Information   


Math and Science

Email Address:

Phone: 732-699-1563
ext. 5430
Best time to call:
7:30 - 7:55 a.m.

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For Literacy and Social Studies Questions:

Mrs. Paust can be reached at:
Phone: 732-699-1563 ext. 5431
Click here to visit Mrs. Paust's website!