St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School nurtures unity between Faith and culture in our students by providing academic excellence and a spiritual and intellectual encounter with Jesus Christ, developing the whole person as a reflection of Jesus.
Week of 4-11-2021
19th Monday: 9 AM MassLector: AidenPetitions: MatthewServers: Lily & Spencer
Monday: Math Test 10, Science Test P.3, Memorare Retake
Wednesday: Social Studies Test 8
Thursday: Family Guide 24 (Parents, please do with students)
Friday: Theology Test 24, WW L2 Vocab Test, Act of Faith Handwriting Test
Upcoming:April Book Reports Due May 3rd
Act of Faith
O my God, I firmly believe
that you are one God in three divine Persons,
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
I believe that your divine Son became man
and died for our sins and that he will come
to judge the living and the dead.
I believe these and all the truths
which the Holy Catholic Church teaches
because you have revealed them
who are eternal truth and wisdom,
who can neither deceive nor be deceived.
In this faith I intend to live and die.
Homework for 5th Grade
The purpose of homework is to provide practice skills and reinforcement of concepts presented in class. It is also intended to help instill in each student a sense of responsibility. Any work not finished in class is automatically homework. Please ask your child and check their assignment book daily to learn about any homework that needs to be finished. Unless otherwise noted, all homework is due the next day.
Suggestions for things to work on at home:
At least 20 minutes of sustained reading
Spellingcity.com (study spelling words, reading vocab words, social studies vocab words)
xtramath.com (to work on math facts fluency)
IXL.com (to work on individually leveled math skills)
Raz Kids (read books and take quizzes)
Upcoming Lunch Menu
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5th Grade does not have a newsletter, but will use this website to keep you up-to-date on the happenings in 5th Grade. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions.
Students may bring in a small, healthy snack daily. Having a snack in the middle of the morning will help keep blood sugar levels more stable, avoiding the highs and lows of the day, resulting in more stable behavior. Students will be given time to eat their snack, around 10:00, but it will be a working snack time, as students will be expected to continue with their work.
Acceptable snacks include: fruit, vegetables, crackers, cheese, yogurt, pretzels, etc. Please do not send chips, candy, cookies, or other “sweets” as students will not be permitted to eat those in the room.
Unflavored water is still the only acceptable daily drink in the classroom. Snacks cannot be shared with other students, as food allergies may be present.