Students can stay and read/AR test at the library until 4:00pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
SAT Testing will begin next week!
Fifth/Sixth grade will test on the following dates:
Monday: Spelling, Language, Listening
Tuesday: Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension
Wednesday: Mathematics Problem Solving, Mathematics Procedures
Thursday: Science, Social Science
5th Grade Reading:
I have sent home a reading log to help students keep themselves accountable as we reach our goal for the 1st nine weeks. This reading log will also be counted as a grade as they turn them in each Friday. Parent signature is required in order for the grade to be given. Reading goal time for each week is 140 minutes- in order to reach that goal a total time of 35 minutes must be done from Monday-Thursday. Students will bring back the reading log page every Friday and turn that in to me.
We have also started reading “Tuck Everlasting” in class. Students will be answering some chapter response questions and going over some new vocabulary words during class. Students that do not finish this work in class will take it for homework and be turned in the following day.
We will also be reviewing for the SAT test next week. Students will complete some worksheets from the Scoring High workbooks.
5 Nonfiction books
3 Chapter books/Novels
85% average or higher
5th Grade Language Arts:
There will be a Shurley Chapter 11 Test on Friday, April 5th. They will also be completing Classroom Practice 53, Chapter 11 Checkup 54, and Homework 9 this week. We will also be reviewing for the SAT test next week. Students will complete some worksheets from the Scoring High workbooks.
6th Grade World History:
We will be covering Chapter 12: The Roman Republic this week. Students have completed Section 1-3 Assessments and will be taking an open book test on Friday, April 5th. Please make sure students are reviewing the chapter at home. The test will be open book/open notes so students will be allowed to bring in any extra notes to class. We will also be reviewing for their SAT’s this week. Students will complete a few assignments from videos and discussions shown in class.
Any questions, please do not hesitate to e-mail me!
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