Connecting Parents, Students & Teachers. 5 th Grade Mrs. Kile, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Elley. Assignment Books. Organizational System. All assignments are recorded daily If work is to be finished at home the assignment will be highlighted in yellow
Mrs. Kile, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Elley
No Name on Paper
will be docked 10%
1st quarter: by 8:00 the next morning
2nd quarter: by the end of the day
3rd quarter: by the end of the day and -10%
4th quarter: by the end of the day and -20%
**Also lose recess and note on c-card
AR is the world’s most popular reading management software. It provides teachers with an easy and effective way to monitor all forms of guided reading practice and we get even more detailed, objective data to target instruction and ensure success for every student, regardless of level.
Please sign the reading log or assignment book each evening indicating that your child read 30 minutes.
In fifth grade science, the students are introduced to basic concepts in physical, earth, and life science. These concepts include studies of matter and energy, weather, force and motion, astronomy, and plants and animals. These activities prepare students to better understand and appreciate the world in which we live.
Our science text book is on-line!!! To access the book, visit www.pearsonsuccessnet.com
There is a lot of material that is covered in fifth grade. It is important that your child stay caught up with the material by studying daily. We suggest that students spend 10 minutes each night reviewing notes, notebooks, and/or assignments from that day.
D.A.R.E.'s primary mission is to provide children with the information and skills they need to live drug-and-violence-free lives.
The mission is to equip kids with the tools that will enable them to avoid negative influences and instead, allow them to focus on their strengths and potential. And, that's exactly what D.A.R.E. is designed to do.
Additionally, it establishes positive relationships between students and law enforcement, teachers, parents, and other community leaders. Every youngster should have the opportunity to grow-up healthy, safe, secure, and equipped with the skills needed to succeed in life. Contemporary America, however, is rampant with challenges that could keep children from a positive life path.