Carrington's Coastline

In every curving beach, in every grain of sand, there is the story.

Carrington's Coastline

Mrs. Carrington

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Progress Reports

Progress reports were sent home with your child today.  Please look over these, sign, and return it on Tuesday, November 25.  Also, don’t forget that tomorrow is an early release day for all students.  The students will dismiss at 11:30 from the Intermediate campus.  Enjoy the long Thanksgiving break!

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Spelling for December 1-5, 2014

rustle aboard Christmas peaks elves team hissing North Pole nougat valleys pranced lurch conductor jingle flickered barren vest nightgowns ocean liner sleigh harness lean outstretched Santa Claus cards  

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Thanksgiving Break

It’s hard to believe that it is almost Thanksgiving!  Intermediate students will be dismissed at 11:30 on November 25.  Classes will resume on Monday, December 1.  I am so thankful for each of you that are in my class this year.  May you have a wonderful and relaxing holiday time giving thanks to our wonderful […]

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Spelling Words for November 17-21, 2014

This weeks word are the /oo/long and short vowel sounds from the Journey’s story, Coming Distractions: Questioning Movies. Our test will be on Friday, November 21.   bloom cookbook tool shampoo put wool stool proof prove group brook foolish bush crooked booth raccoon hook groom roof soup

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Early Release-Tuesday

Just a quick reminder that Tuesday, November 11, is an early release day for all students. Dismissal time will be 11 a.m.  Parent conferences will be held that afternoon.

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November 10-14: Unit 5 on Spelling City

Hey parents and students.  Are you looking for a fun way to study for spelling each week?  Remember to use the Spelling City link on this blog page and use the White Oak zip code, 75693 to find our list.  Once you type in the zip code, look for White Oak Intermediate and my name.  This week’s […]

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