Welcome to 5th grade!!!

    This year we will be learning about everything from ecosystems to forces and motion.  We will be reading many exciting books such as Remember my Name and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.  We are going to learn how much we really apply math to our everyday lives.  There will be lots of hands-on activities and active learning!  We will be going on several exciting field trips.  Get ready and hang on tight for a great school year!

      I welcome you to the fifth grade and I am so excited about this year!




    I do all reminders, updates, positive and negative behavior notifications, and communitcations through Class Dojo.  If you have lost your username and password, please let me know.  This is the best way to stay in touch with your child's educational experience.

  • Nightly homework


    • AR: every night your child should read in his/her AR book.  This is important to help them meet their goal and maintain a 85% comprehension average.


    • Any unfinished class work: Any work not finished in class will need to be completed and sent to school the following day.







    In order to have perfect attendance, students can only have two tardies.  If they have three or more, they are not eligible for perfect attendance.


    Wish List


    Clorox wipes

    Zip-loc bags of any size

    smarties candy

    dum-dum suckers

  •  5th Grade Supply List



    6 dry erase markers
    Mr. Clean magic eraser or generic brand
    Pencil box
    Large pink erasers
    2 packs of index cards
    Standard clipboard
    4 packs of loose leaf paper
    12 pack of colored pencils
    Individual pencil sharpener
    Blunt tip scissors
    8 glue sticks
    2-  1 in. 3 ring binder
    5 subject notebook for science
    Book bag 
    2- 2 pocket prong folders
    small pack of clear sheet protectors
    2 single subject spiral notebooks

    Optional: Anti-bacterial sanitizer, Clorox wipes, paper towels, Kleenex, zip-loc bags











    We are learning about...

    Language Artsfigurative language 

    Science:  force and motion

    Social Studies: key events in the United States

    Math: graphing data on a coordinate plane