Welcome to 5 th Grade at Sienna Crossing Elementary . The Fifth Grade Team. Elysia Smith Math and Science Lori Sherman ELA and Social Studies Faye Grogan Math and Science Jana Roberds ELA and Social Studies Cindy Hoover Math and Science Denise Terry ELA and Social Studies
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5th Gradeat Sienna Crossing Elementary
The Fifth Grade Team
Elysia Smith Math and Science
Lori Sherman ELA and Social Studies
Faye Grogan Math and Science
Jana Roberds ELA and Social Studies
Cindy Hoover Math and Science
Denise Terry ELA and Social Studies
Michele Janke All Subjects
The Daily schedule
Morning Announcements 8:05 to 8:15
Block 1 8:15 to 10:25
Block 2 10:25 to 12:35
Recess 12:30 to 1:00
Lunch 1:00 to 1:30
LAMP 1:40 to 2:25
Gator Time 2:25 to 3:05
•Earth, Physical, and Life Sciences.
•Scientific Method and experimentation
•Adding and subtracting with larger numbers and decimals
•Multiplication and division with larger numbers
• Measurement and geometry
• Decimals and fractions
•Probability and statistics
•Types of genres
•Texas Readers’ Club goals
•Grammar and sentence structure
•United States history and geography
•Focuses on organizational skills
•Reinforces skills learned in the classroom
• Teaches responsibility and accountability
•The first missing or unacceptable assignment in that nine weeks the child will have receive an “S” on the Weekly Progress Sheet under “Completes Assignments/Homework.”
•Subsequent missing assignments will be noted with a “N” in that same category.
•Students have the opportunity to complete unacceptable or missing work during lunch.
The 5th Grade rules
•Listen and follow directions the first time given.
•Respect everyone and their property.
•Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
•Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak.
•BE a responsible student by:
1)Returning your homework
2)Completing assignments on time
3)Telling the truth
4)Bringing your supplies
5)Returning your Tuesday folder on Wednesday
6)Being prepared to learn
•First Offense: Verbal warning
•Second Offense: Name recorded which results in an “S” on the Tuesday folder
•Third Offense: “N” on Tuesday folder
•Fourth Offense: Call home to parent
•Fifth Offense: Principal’s office
•Severe Clause: Some actions do result in immediate “N” and/or, office referral. Two “S”s per week will result in a “N” on the Tuesday folder.
The Tuesday Folder
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