Cobb Digital Library Home Access Update

Cobb Digital Library Home Access Update:

The Cobb Digital Library login has changed! The login credentials are now the same as your child’s Office 365 login. AND O365:
Password: Computer / Network password

The Biblionasium/Destiny login credentials have NOT changed. Students will still use their student number and computer / network password to access these databases.


Veteran’s Day Celebration

Good Day Teasley Parents,

We are gearing up for our annual Veteran’s Day Celebration.  Our fabulous 2nd Graders will entertain us with song, dance and spoken word as we honor those who have served our country.  All are welcome to attend our celebration November 2nd at 6:30 in the Teasley Gym.

We would love to recognize moms, dads, grandparents, aunts and uncles, neighbors and family friends who have served in any branch of the military at our program.  If you know of anyone who would be a great honoree, please have them to sign up using the Google Link below.  We are hoping for a great turn out.  It will be an honor to see and shake hands of all who have served.

Deadline for honorees is November 1st.

Thank you so much for spreading the word about our program and we hope that you will join us.


Roxanne Mungin

Ed. S.

Teasley Music Specialist

A Message from Ms. Mungin

Hello Parents,

It is with excitement that I let you know that we have started our Recorder Karate unit. This is an ongoing until the end of 2017.  All students in 4th and 5th grades are required to play the recorder.  By now you should have all signed and returned a Recorder Karate letter with a rubric and objectives outlined for the unit.  Students are asked to practice six days for 15 minutes.  This is how your child’s grade will be determined for this nine weeks.  Failure to turn in practice logs and test recorder songs will result in a failing grade.  Therefore, your child always has homework which are practicing their Recorder Karate songs.

Please help me assist your child with their music playing.  I know as a team the both of us can help your child achieve a level of playing that they will be very happy with.

If you have questions, first please refer to parent letter in your child’s music folder and then email me if your question is not addressed in the letter.




Monday, October 16, 2017

This week is conference week! Remember that we are dismissing every day at 12:30 this week. If you have not yet signed up for a time, please do so! You can sign up at the link here:

Here is an update on what we are doing this week:

Reading: We are going to continue to focus on finding the main idea of an informational text. On Thursday, we will have a test.

Writing: We are still working on our introduction to opinion writing.

Social Studies: This week in Social Studies we are focusing on our European Explorers (Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Jacques Cartier, Juan Ponce de Leon, Henry Hudson, and Vasco Nunez de Balboa). No test this week.

Math: Our math test this week on multiplicative comparisons is being pushed to Thursday. We will continue to practice these skills up until the test. A study guide was sent home today to complete and study at home.

Spelling: Spelling words this week are words with the long i sound. Students were given spelling packets today and the list can be found on my Spelling City Page. The spelling test will be on Friday.

That’s it for this week! Please make sure you are practicing your recorder for Music!

-Ms. Allison


Monday, October 9, 2017

Hi everybody!

Please take a look at these reminders for this week:

  • Publix Math Night is this Thursday (October 12th) at 5:00 pm at the Publix at Paces Ferry Center. Students who attend and complete their scavenger hunt will earn a treat!
  • This Thursday is Early Release. Students will be dismissed at 12:30 PM. If you need a transportation change for your child on this day, please make sure to submit it to me in writing (no changes through email/fax/phone are allowed).
  • Next week is Conference Week. Please remember to sign up for your conference date/time on my Sign Up Page. We will have early release every day during conference week.

Here is our classroom weekly update:

Reading: Our focus this week will be on finding main idea of informational text. Students will use supporting details from the text to determine the main idea. We will have a test on Friday.

Writing: Now that our Narratives are done, we are moving on to Opinion Writing! This week is our introduction to opinion writing, and we will learn how to form and write about our opinions.

Social Studies: Last week, we finished up our study of Geography. On Friday, we will have a test over the United States Regions and how to read a compass. A study guide was sent home today. The practice pages in the study guide do not have to be turned in and should remain at home for studying purposes. For the rest of the week, we will begin talking about European Explorers and the impact they had on the development of North America.

Math: This week in math, we will be focusing on multiplicative comparisons. An example of a multiplicative comparison statement would be “4 times as many as 5 is 20” because 4 x 5 = 20. Students should be able to write comparison statements from equations, and vice versa. Our test will be next Tuesday (October 17th).

Spelling: Spelling words this week are words with the short i sound. Students were given spelling packets today and the words are also located on my Spelling City page. Our test will be on Friday.

That’s it for this week! Have a great afternoon!

-Ms. Allison


Publix Math Night

Discover the Wonders of Math…Together

When: Thursday, October 12, 2017

Time: 5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Where: Publix Paces Ferry Center, 2451 Cumberland Pkwy SE, Atlanta, GA, 30339

Join us for a math scavenger hunt at Paces Ferry Publix. Students (accompanied by a parent) will sign-in and receive a worksheet that is appropriate for that child’s grade-level. Students will complete the hands-on math problems and return it for a treat bag!


Monday, October 2, 2017

Welcome back!

I hope everybody had a nice Fall Break. The week off was relaxing and much needed, but I was so glad to see my students’ smiling faces this morning. We have a busy week, as it is nearing the end of the first nine weeks. Also coming soon is CONFERENCE WEEK! Please use the link below to sign up for your child’s conference. It is very important that you try your best to attend during conference week, as you will be receiving some important information, as well as your child’s report card for the first nine weeks. If you prefer to have a phone conference, please leave a comment when you sign up for a conference time on the online sign up form.

Sign up for your conference here:

Just a reminder that Career Day is coming soon! If you would like to sign-up, please use the following link:

In other news, here is an update for this week!

Reading: Our focus will be on using context clues to help us find the meaning of unknown words. There will be a test on Friday.

Writing: This week we will be finishing up narrative writing.

Social Studies: We have finished our study on Native American tribes. This week, we will be diving into some geography! Students will be learning about some important geographical features of the United States.

Math: Our math focus this week is an extension on addition and subtraction. We will be using addition and subtraction to solve money and simple decimal word problems. There will be a test on Friday.

Spelling: The spelling words for this week are more words with the long e sound. Students received their spelling packets this morning. The words are also available on my Spelling City page. The spelling test will be on Friday.

That’s it for this week! Please sign up for a conference time as soon as possible. Thank you!

-Ms. Allison