Welcome. 5 th Grade Curriculum Night September 24, 2013. Mr. Dee Math/Science Mrs. McDowell ELA/Social Studies Mrs. Reed Math Mrs. Dunbar Science Mrs. Palislamovic ELA/Social Studies. 5 th Grade Schedule. Lunch is from 12:25 to 12:55 Conference time is from 12:55-1:48.
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5th Grade Curriculum Night
September 24, 2013
Mr. Dee Math/Science
Mrs. McDowell ELA/Social Studies
Mrs. Reed Math
Mrs. Dunbar Science
Mrs. Palislamovic ELA/Social Studies
Make-up work can be requested if a child has been absent for more than two days. Parents may call or email the front office before 9:00 a.m. to request their child’s homework on the second day of an absence. The make-up work will be available at the front desk at 3:20 p.m. Work will not be sent home with siblings, neighbors, or friends.Student Absences
Homework will be written in planner
District Policy for formative and summative grades:
Love allows children to grow through their mistakes.
Logic allows children to live with the consequences of their choices.
Mrs. PLanguage Arts
Reading Workshop- During the reading workshop, students will focus on reading strategies, novel studies, independent reading, guided reading, and reading response.
Writing Workshop- Students will focus on the writing process while working on expanding and supporting their writing ideas.
We expect that all students are reading at least 20 minutes a night and recording onto their take home reading log.
5th grade students will earn a sticker on their class chart for the following amount of books completed:
They must record the books on their Million word challenge log.
Mrs. Palislamovic Mrs. McDowell
It’s All About United States History!!!
Social studies will
be incorporated into the language arts curriculum