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  • 5th Grade Information April 13th
    If you did not come to conference, your student has his or her report card and reading counts report in the Friday Folder.
    There is also a very important notice about buses for next year.  The city is creating new, more efficient, bus routes next year.  They must know if your child plans or does not plan to ride the bus next year.  They must know either way.  Please fill out the sheet and return it by Friday, April 20th.
    All students have a permission slip to go to Charles England on April 25th for chorus and band recruitment for middle school.
    If your student is going on the overnight field trip, there is an informational packet in the Friday Folder.  There are three different permission slips and a packing list.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact me.
    Please check your child's Friday folder and return it with all the slips Monday.  Thank you!
    Posted Apr 13, 2018, 5:54 AM by Ella Frazier
  • Week of April 9th
    Well, spring break is in the books.  It's time for the push to the end.  This week both 4th and 5th grade will be working with line plot graphs.  Students must plot different sets of data and then answer questions about the data.  Fifth grade will begin geometry by the end of the week.  They will be learning how to compare and classify different types of polygons.  Fourth grade will begin algebraic patterns by the end of the week.  In science 5th grade will begin forces and motion - Newton's laws of motion.  Fourth grade will finish up rocks and minerals.  Students didn't really get much time classifying rocks, so we're going to practice more.  Then we will spend some time with matter - physical and chemical changes.
    Both 4th and 5th grade will also begin EOG review.  Homework this quarter will be 6 to 10 EOG-style questions each night. Each week we will target specific skills. It is important students do the homework and have it ready to check the next day.  I will keep a record of how many questions students get correct and students can still earn extra credit for homework.  Missing work or incomplete work will not be counted.  Remember you can check the Homework Calendars for assignments. We will also practice specific skills in class.  Students will earn points for homework and classwork to use for a special Friday STEM challenge.
    Important Dates:
    April 12th - Early Dismissal/Conferences (more information to come)
    April 13th - District EBOB competition
    Week of April 16th - 20th - 5th grade DARE
    April 19th - Media Festival (Congratulations to Zyanna, Genesis, Melina and Hailey for having their project chosen for the Media Festival)
    May 1st and 2nd - 5th Grade trip to Fort Caswell

    Posted Apr 8, 2018, 2:07 PM by Ella Frazier
  • 4th Grade Projects
    Fourth grade has started an extra credit project called "The Million Dollar Project"  It's a self-directed webquest.  I am giving them time in class, but some asked if they could work on the project at home.  The answer is yes.  So, if possible, please allow them to work on it.  The link is HERE.  Fourth grade is also working toward learning a couple of measurement songs.  If students learn the songs well enough, we are going to produce a music video.  The songs can be found on the homework page.  So, if possible, please allow students to download the songs so they can listen at home.  Thank you!!
    Posted Mar 15, 2018, 10:44 AM by Ella Frazier
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