Welcome to Curriculum Night. Teachers. Jeff Marlow Language Arts Science. Diane Haberny Language Arts Social Studies. Kathy Bertulies Language Arts Math. Marcia Peters Language Arts Science Social Studies Math. Robin Engler Language Arts Science Social Studies Math.
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Welcome to Curriculum Night
Social Studies Math
Social Studies Math
Need to Talk to a Counselor?
Fifth grade guidance counselor is Mrs. Schwertle.
She can be reached at 740-4121 or by email
Central School Mission Statement
In partnership with the school community, our
Mission is to promote and nurture a positive,
safe, and effective educational environment,
characterized by high standards, quality efforts,
continuous improvement, and life long learning
to meet the needs of a diverse group of learners.
Stamps which may appear in
your child’s assignment book
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Multiplication of Whole Numbers
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Numerical Patterns and Relationships
Graphing on Coordinate Planes
Number and Operations – Fractions
Customary and Metric Systems
Displaying Measurement Data on Line Plots
Attributes of two-dimensional figures
Geometric Measurement – Volume
Major Areas of Study
Cycles and Patterns in the Solar Systems
Physical Science - Motion
Forms of Energy - Light/Sound
Outdoor Education – 2/7 – 2/14
Parent meeting in January
The Endocrine System
The Nervous System
D.A.R.E.(Drug Abuse Resistance Education)
Fifth Grade Social Studies Curriculum Strands
Social Studies Topics
Regions of the Western Hemisphere
Early Indian Civilizations
European exploration and colonization in the Western Hemisphere
Government: Democracy, Dictatorship, Monarchy
Social Studies Curriculum Materials
Text: The United States
Supplemental trade books and magazines
Reading: Comprehension, Vocabulary, Oral Reading Fluency
Writing: Processes, Applications and Conventions
Text: Wonders – McGraw-Hill
Text: Wonders Reading/Writing Workshop
Short stories - 1 per week
Students should be reading 15 minutes each night.
They are required to read one book per quarter. The book level must be a minimum of 4th grade level.
Each teacher will assign a mini project related to the book.
Successful people read every day!
Grading Guidelines – Best Practices
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools believe grades should reflect and communicate to students, parents, teachers, postsecondary schools, and employers the level of student achievement of district learning targets. These grading guidelines serve to create an accurate, meaningful, and consistent grading process that communicates and supports individual student learning and helps students evaluate their own learning and set personal goals.
Evidence of Learning:
Unit tests, chapter tests, projects, essays, and research projects provide evidence of learning and will be weighted 80% of the total grade. Homework, in-class practice, some quizzes, and laboratory experiments will comprise 20% of a student’s grade.
Assignments are expected to be completed on time. Make-up assignments and assessments will not be accepted during the last week of a quarter.
Group grades will not be used because they are not reflective of what each student knows. Collaboration is encouraged, however, each student’s grade should measure his/her individual understanding and knowledge.
Extra credit assignments can distort student’s grades, do not provide evidence of learning, and will not be offered.
92 - 100 A
90 - 91.9 A-
87 - 89.9 B+
83 - 86.9 B
80 - 82.9 B-
77 - 79.9 C+
73 - 76.9 C
70 - 72.9 C-
67 - 69.9 D+
64 - 66.9 D
60 - 63.9 D-
59 and below F
Time to take out your Smartphones
"The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness or skill. It will make or break a company ... A church ... a home. The remarkable thing is we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past ... we cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude ... I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you ... we are in charge of our Attitude." - Chuck Swindoll
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