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                                                                                                   News & Daily Assignments                                    StudentsCheck here for daily assignments and test dates. 

Assignments should also be written in your assignment notebook, unless you were absent, in which case a classmate will gather your work. It's your responsibility to find it on your desk, or in your mailbox when you return, unless your parents call to have it picked up, in which case we will send it to the office. You have one day for every day missed to get work turned in. 

*Weekly assignments are posted before the end of the first day of the school week. 

Assignments posted in advance are subject to change.

5th Grade News

     

BUS RIDERS:

Our school buses are very near capacity. In fact, 3 of the 4 buses run two routes each afternoon. If you are having an after school play date, please make arrangements to pick up your student and his/her friend. While we will try to accommodate bringing friends home on the bus, it is often not possible. We also ask that students do not transport large instruments or projects on the bus. If your student cannot hold the item in his or her lap comfortably, please do not bring it on the bus. Please contact the Grade School Office if you have questions or need special arrangements made. Thank you for understanding!

PTO meets each month at 6:00 PM in the School Library

May 21

The PTO will meet during the summer on July 30, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Pawnee Public Library.

 

There is NO supervision for students outside of the cafeteria until 7:50 AM.

Parents who are picking up or dropping off are asked to be careful to not block the handicap parking. The school is getting regular complaints from families needing to access these spots, yet are unable, because other drivers will not allow them in/out, or they take the spot when they should not.

Important Dates to Remember

May 24 - All Library Books MUST BE RETURNED 

May 29 - 3-6 Barnes & Noble Reading Reward Trip

June 3 - Noon Dismissal - Summer begins!!!

 

 

BAND: Students receive a grade on their report card.  Please make sure your child practices each evening and remembers their instrument on their practice days.

 

5th Grade Character Award Recipients

Respect: 
Responsibility: 
Citizenship: 
Caring:
Courage: 
Self-discipline: 

Cooperation:
Honesty:
Perseverance:

Refer to Table Below for 5th Grade Assignments: May 13 - May 17


 

  Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Writing

 

 

Paragraph 1 of Final Assessment for Esperanza Rising

How did Esperanza change?

Read Ch. 5 and pick at least 2 examples of ways Esperanza thinks, feels, acts, etc. to include in your Yes MA'AM response.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spelling Words are written inside planner!

 

 

Ch. 6

Introducing Possessive Pronoun Adjectives

(You) Understood as the subject pronoun in imperative sentences.

 

Ch. 8-14

Pick at least 2 examples of how Esperanza thinks, feels, acts, etc. to include in your Yes MA'AM response.

 

 

Printable Jingles for Grammar

 

More Helpful Grammar Information

 

 

 

Write the third paragraph for your final Esperanza Rising Assessment. It should compare how Esperanza acted in the two previous paragraphs and explain how she has changed over time.

 

 

Chapter 6 Practice

 

 

Unit 27 Spelling Test

Chapter 6 Test

Reading

Esperanza Rising-

Final Assessment

How has Esperanza changed?

Yes MA'AM

Paragraph 1

Pick 2 events/examples from Ch. 5

 

 

Esperanza Rising-

Final Assessment

How has Esperanza changed?

Yes MA'AM

Paragraph 2

Pick 2 events/examples from Ch. 8-14

 

 

 

Esperanza Rising-

Final Assessment

How has Esperanza changed?

Yes MA'AM

Paragraph 3

Share ideas and responses from the assessment

 

 

Esperanza Rising Celebration.

 

 

 

Math

Hands-On Equations

WKS D-40

Geometry Bingo

WKS D-34

 

Tie-Dye Prep.

Tie-Dye T-Shirts

Game Day

 

Science

Science Assignments

 

 

 

 

Social

Studies

Chap 15, Lesson 4 - Read pgs. 517 - 521

SAP 20-23

Information & Questions about tomorrow's Field Trip

Chapter 15 Review

WS 121

CHAPTER 15 TEST

 

 

6th Grade News

Attention:  Student Medication  If your child has medication at school, it cannot be stored over the summer for use in the fall.  Please make arrangements to have the medication picked up by the last day of school on Monday, June 3rd or it will be disposed of in accordance with environmental and safety standards.

Thank you for assisting us in providing a safe learning environment for all students.  If you have questions, please call the school nurse at 625-2231 ext. 203.  Thank you for your cooperation.

BUS RIDERS:

Our school buses are very near capacity. In fact, 3 of the 4 buses run two routes each afternoon. If you are having an after school play date, please make arrangements to pick up your student and his/her friend. While we will try to accommodate bringing friends home on the bus, it is often not possible. We also ask that students do not transport large instruments or projects on the bus. If your student cannot hold the item in his or her lap comfortably, please do not bring it on the bus. Please contact the Grade School Office if you have questions or need special arrangements made. Thank you for understanding!

 

Important Dates to Remember

May 24 - All Library Books MUST BE RETURNED 

May 29 - 3-6 Barnes & Noble Reading Reward Trip

June 3 - Noon Dismissal - Summer begins!!!

 

6th Grade students need a dental exam form turned into Nurse Dennis.  If you have not done this, please get this completed soon.

BAND: Students receive a grade on their report card.  Please make sure your child practices each evening and remembers their instrument on their practice days.

PTO meets each month at 6:00 PM in the School Library

May 21

The PTO will meet during the summer on July 30, 2019 - 6:00 p.m. at the Pawnee Public Library

 

6th Grade Character Award Recipients  
Respect: Bella Athey, Carmen Santiago, Avery Ward

Reponsibility: Elizabeth Kaiser, Lizzie Wright, Kayla Megginson
Citizenship: Bre Gary, Grant Lovell-Walker, Levi Pfeiler 
Caring: Kimber Linderman, Kalee Jo Hinds ,Emma Sanders 
Courage : Hailey Merritt, Jory Nichols, Rayna Clouse

Gratitude:  Aly Well, Quenten Johnson

Trustworthiness: Addison Wangen, Breck Martin, Izzy Nowack

Generosity: Brady Franzen, Aubree Urbanckas

Perseverance:   

 

Arrival Time

Please DO NOT drop your child off before 7:50, unless s/he is coming for breakfast, in which case they may enter the building at 7:40.
There is NO supervision for students outside of the cafeteria until 7:50 AM.

Parents who are picking up or dropping off are asked to be careful to not block the handicap parking. The school is getting regular complaints from families needing to access these spots, yet are unable, because other drivers will not allow them in/out, or they take the spot when they should not.

 

Refer to Table Below for 6th Grade Assignments:  May 13 -May 17

 

Monday

Tuesday Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Writing

Click and it will take you to the agenda with due dates for the entire week.

Type Paper: due Thursday

Practice Prepositions: Test Wednesday

 

Preposition WS in class

Type Paper: due Thursday

Study for test

Preposition Test

Type Paper: due Thursday

Paper due today

Pronouns

No Test this week

Pronouns

 

 

Reading

 

Click and it will take you to the agenda with due dates.

Finish Hiaasen's Perspective paragraph

Start drawing

Finish drawing and explain how drawing shows Hiaasen's perspective

Finish Reading

Lesson 11: Flush Review

Lesson 11: Flush Review

 

 

Math

Test Corrections

WKS Drops #25

Hands-On Equations

Tie- Dye Prep

Tie-Dye T-Shirts

 

Game Day

Science

     

 

 

 

Social 

Studies

CHAPTER 2 TEST

Chapter 3 Vocabulary in Notebooks.

CHAPTER 3 - Education, Careers & Entrepreneurship

Lesson 1 - What Are You Going to Do?

With a plan, your dream job can become a reality.

 

CHAPTER 3 - Education, Careers & Entrepreneurship

Lesson 2 - Earning an Income

Good grades now will help you make more money later.

CHAPTER 3 - education, Careers & Entrepreneurship

Lesson 3 - Be Your Own Boss

Starting your own business is something you can do now.

CHAPTER 3 TEST

Chap 4 Vocab in Notebook

The mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.

~Oliver Wendell Holmes

     Book 2     

You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives. ~Clay P. Bedford