Mrs. Heysler's 5th/6th Grade


December 3 1st Annual PTO Craft Fair

December 8- Winter Concert 6PM

December 9- Report cards will be sent home!

December 15- 4,5,6th graders present NH projects at ASM

December 16, We will mail DAR essays!

December 24-January 2 Vacation return to school on January 3

Classroom News:

We have started our NH State Parks Project.  Your child will be sharing the timeline for this project with you.  It will be done mostly at school, but students may choose to work on it at home as well.  

DAR Essay News- This year, students are writing their DAR essays about a National Park in honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Parks.   This will be our informational writing unit, so most of the work will take place at school, however, there may short homework assignments such as completing research, editing or revising that students are asked to do at home some nights in order to be prepared for the lesson the next day. You should expect any homework to take less than 30 minutes. 


Mr. Cooney has asked the 5/6 to bring extra shoes (and maybe extra socks) on Mondays. They want to get outside as often as possible, and the grass is quite wet first thing in the morning. A pair of shoes to change into will keep them all more comfortable and focused on the day!

Also:  Remind your 5/6er to check  to find a game they want to try.  Mr. Cooney hopes that each student will find and share games a couple of times throughout the year!

If you ever have any questions, drop me a line at:


 All 5th and 6th graders are expected to read 30 minutes each night Monday-Thursday and at least one 30-minute session from Friday to Monday Morning. Please remember to record what you read on your reading log! 

Reading:  Read 30 minutes and log   


Math:  6th- Home link 2-6

Other:    6th- find out what days you can stay next week. 
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Joan Heysler,
Aug 3, 2015, 6:59 AM
Joan Heysler,
Aug 3, 2015, 6:59 AM