Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!!! :)

After being away from school for a week I enthusiastically welcome all of my students and parents back to a routine.  We are taking benchmark tests this week.  Today we completed the Writing Benchmark test.  Tuesday we will complete the Math Benchmark test, Wednesday the Writing Multiple Choice and Geography Test will be administered, and Friday the Science benchmark test will be completed.


Monday, February 3, 2014 will be a Teacher Workday and a student holiday.  The second semester will begin February 4, 2014, report cards will go home on February 10, 2014, and on February 11, 2014 LCES will have an early dismissal with Parent- Teacher Conferences from 1pm to 7pm.

The second semester, or third nine weeks, will begin with early cultures developed in North America and types of resources (natural, human, and capital).  We will then proceed to factors that shaped colonial America specifically New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern colonies.  Students will be taught how people interacted with their environment to produce goods and services, including examples of specialization and interdependence.  This information will be taught throughout the duration of the third nine weeks.


Author: choneycutt

Hello, My name is Cynthia L. Honeycutt, and this is my 34th year teaching in Caroline. I have been a 2nd, 4th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade teacher in Caroline, and now returning home to teach 5th grade to end out my career. I am happily married to Mr. George Honeycutt for 27 years. We have four beautiful boys, Wesley who is employed at Premium , Matthew who is a senior at VCU studying History Education, Jonathan who is employed at MC Dean, and Solon who is a tenth grader at CHS. Our boys have performed well in school, and I know it is due to an awesome school system who puts children's best interests first. We are proud parents of our boys. We also have been living in Caroline since 1998. I enjoy teaching, and it is my passion to share my knowledge and love of teaching with my students. I always felt that I had the best students to teach each and every year. I am in education for the students, and to teach them that learning is great and can be fun. In my spare time I enjoy swimming, four-wheeling, and watching sports--Go Steelers!!! I also enjoy riding my motorcycle. Lastly, I enjoy driving around my 1979 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400, it seems to bring back high school memories and when cars were really build tough!! I hope your children enjoy my class as much as I enjoy seeing and teaching them!!