2012 - 2013
"Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting.
So...get on your way!"
Spring Fling Basket
Our theme is "Ice Cream Sunday Basket". Please donate items for this basket! Suggestions: ice cream cones, Gift certificate for ice cream, sprinkles, spoons, plastic table cloth, cookies, candies, dream whip, and etc. Please send your donations in!!!!!!
#2 pencils (2 per day)
wide rule loose leaf notebook paper
spiral composition notebooks
Optional School Supplies (NOT required)
Crayons, markers, and/or colored pencils
Pencil box or bag
dry erase markers
ziplock bags (any size)
games for rainy days
paperbacks for our reading shelves***DONATIONS APPRECIATED but NOT required***
Get Help With Your Science Fair Project by using the following websites:
Science Fair Central This website helps with every aspect of completing a quality project.
Science Buddies This website helps with every aspect of completing a quality project. It also has a wonderful "Topic Selection Wizard" which helps students with the beginning of a project trying to select a topic and forming a question.
Behavior Cards should be checked daily, but signed only at the end of the week. I will remove them and put a new one in each Monday.
Agendas should be checked daily. I will keep in touch with you when the need arrises via your child's agenda!
The students look so nice in their uniforms! Be sure to check the policy from time to time to be sure your child is following it. A couple of things to keep in mind are that it can get chilly in the building and a sweater or sweatshirt that follows the code is nice to have in cubbies (jackets are not to be worn in the classroom) and also make sure the colors you buy for your child are in the dress code.
I am easy to get in touch with by just leaving me a message. Homework assignments are updated on my phone extention. You can hear assignments or leave me a message by dialing:
279-704-BUZZ (704-279-2899, ext. 1301).
Emailing me is a great way to stay in touch also. email@example.com
Encourage your child to READ everyday and to study multiplication facts until they are mastered!
A= 93-100 Excellent Achievement
B= 85-92 Good Achievement
C= 77-84 Average Achievement
D= 70-76 Below Grade Level
F= Below 70 Well Below Grade Level
Monday, April 15 - 3rd Quarter Report Cards go home
Thursday, April 18 - 6pm - Talent Show
Friday, April 26 - Early Dismissal at 12:20
Saturday, May 4 - Spring Fling
May 29 - 30 - ELA Reading and Math EOG's
Friday, May 31 - Shive Tshirt, jeans, shoe, hat day
Tuesday, June 4 - 5th Grade Luncheon and Reading Night
Wednesday, June 5 - Volunteer Breakfast and Field Day
Thursday, June 6 - 5th Grade to Dan Nicholas
Friday, June 7 - 8:45 is Awards for 5th Grade (last day of school)
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