The Fifth Grade Team
Mrs. Genet, Language Arts
Miss Kerr, Science
Mrs. Koroshazi, Math
Mrs. Storad, Social Studies
Mrs. Johnson, Intervention
Mrs. Lance, Tutor
Miss Hall, Intervention Specialist
1/16/2018 - 1/19/2018
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS:
The students will continue reviewing fiction skills with a variety of media. This will help prepare them for next week's STAR testing. They will also work on short writing assignments.
*Weekly HW: CC book Unit 2: Key ideas and Details in Literature: Lesson 8 (Poetry) is due this Friday, 1/19!
*Book orders are due 1/19. Please order online and our class code is GQQCV.
This week in math class, we will continue to study coordinate grids. We will begin the week by introducing negative numbers. We will discuss ordered pairs, plot points, and determine the distance between two points.
Friday, students will be taking the STARS assessment.
Before the arrival of the European explorers, there were already diverse groups of Native Americans living across North America. This week in class, students will begin a project-based unit. In a small group, students will research a Native American culture and complete a project that demonstrates their learning. Students will create a table-top museum exhibit that includes their research and items such as a diorama, artifacts, brochure, and a map. Although most of the work will be done in class, your child may need items from home to create the artifacts for their exhibit. Additionally, students will need to know the location of the states found in each region.
Officer Gerber will be in today for DARE.
Report cards will be sent home TODAY!
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Students of the Month
September Students of the Month: Addison Good and Logan Andrukat
October Students of the Month: Molly Goodrich and Sam Petit
November Students of the Month: Trinity Shea and Ryan Rhodes
December Students of the Moth: Rachel Wertz and Talen Jundzilo