Happy New Year!

Dear Parents and Families-


2015 is here!  This is my favorite time of the school year.   Please take some time to double check your student’s school supplies.  I’ve noticed that students are running low on pencils and lined notebook paper for their binders.  At the beginning of the year, I instructed students to put only what they needed in their binders and to take the rest home.  Now is a good time to dip into those reserves.

Prior to the break I asked the kids to read a book over the break.  They were told that they would need to think of a creative way to present their book to the class.  The reports were not due today, only the completion of their book.  Presentations will begin Tuesday 1-20.  The link below takes you to a list of 150 different ways for students to present a book other than the standard written report. I will go over this assignment in more detail in class.

150 Book Report Alternatives

About charles.hadley

Meet your teacher Hi! My name is Charles Hadley. I’m very excited to be your teacher this year. I know that we will have a great time exploring and learning here in room 10! Let me tell you about myself. I live in Central Point, but was born in Texas. I am married to a wonderful lady named Elizabeth and we have a five year old little girl named Kaitlyn and a 16 month old baby boy named Colton. One of my best friends is my big black dog named Major. He is so funny and I love to play with him. I started school going to Mae Richardson in Central Point. I then moved into Medford and went to Hedrick Middle School. There I played many sports and had a great time. From there I went to North Medford High School and played some football and ran track. You will soon understand that I love sports. You will probably see me and my wife at many local sporting events. My favorites are football, basketball, and golf. I have coached many basketball teams including Special Olympics for the past 15 years. I went to college at Southern Oregon University and graduated with a degree in Psychology. After that I went into the workforce did many jobs, including baking cookies at the Cookie Connection and driving tow trucks. After working for several years I discovered my love for teaching and went back to school and earned a masters degree in teaching. I have taught sixth, third, fourth, and fifth grades. I am happy to have you in our class and look forward to a challenging and fun year together. If you would like to know anything else about me just ask!
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