Welcome to 5th Grade!
Mrs. Genet, Language Arts
Mrs. Schmitz, Science
Mrs. Koroshazi, Math
Mrs. Storad, Social Studies
Mrs. Robinson, Intervention
FIFTH GRADE DAILY SCHEDULE
8:05-8:15 HOMEROOM (Students will be marked tardy after 8:15.)
8:20-9:18 CORE 1
10:07-11:05 CORE 2
12:05-12:23 EXPANSION CONTINUED
12:25-1:23 CORE 3
1:25-2:23 CORE 4
1/13/2020 - 1/17/2020
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS:
Your student’s STAR results came home on Friday with report cards. Please look for this paper. A good goal for an average fifth grader at this point in the year would be a Percentile Rank (PR) around 60% and a Grade Equivalent of 5.6 (That means your student is a typical fifth grader reading at the sixth month of school). I do NOT need you to sign these. I just sent them home so you could be informed about your child’s current reading level. Please email me at email@example.com with any questions. The students are working on their Quarter Three pretest this week to see what they already know about point of view.
*Weekly HW: CC book Unit 2: Key ideas and Details in Literature: Lesson 8 Finding the Theme of a Poem is due this Friday, 1/17!
*Book orders are due 1/17. Please order online at: scholastic.com/bookclubs and our class code is GQQCV.
*PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE REMIND APP at https://www.remind.com/join/chipp5la
MATH: Welcome back to school, 5th grade! I hope that each of you had a relaxing break and are ready for the second half of the school year! We will ring in the new year with a 2020 coordinate graph, then complete a Chilly Math review, covering a majority of the skills that we have learned so far this year. All classes will finish their decimal units by next week!
SCIENCE: This week in science we will be working on a webquest to teach us all about stars! We will continue to work through our star unit through the week and into early next week. We will likely be taking a quiz on the information we have learned some time next week!
SOCIAL STUDIES: This week, students will learn about the eight features that make up an ancient civilization. They will then use this information to begin a study of the Maya civilization. Students will break into small groups and reseach one feature of the Mayas and create a slideshow with the information they learned. Slideshows will be presented to the class. All important information for this unit will be kept in a red notebook.
Please stay up-to-date with homework assignments and your child’s progress by checking Progress Book regularly. If you have troubles logging in, please contact our school office at (330) 658-2214.
Teachers will also update parents through the Remind app.
There are two ways to sign up.
Go to www.remind.com and sign up using the class codes listed below.
Download the Remind App. Then text the following class codes to the number 81010:
Students of the Month
September Students of the Month: Lilly Davis and Grady McNab
October Students of the Month: Temperance Kramer and Will Hegarty
November Students of the Month: Kylie Oyler and Cason Leach
December Students of the Month: Gabby Barlett and Brady Mitchell
January Students of the Month: