Fifth Grade Newsletter

March 21, 2019

STAAR Testing Information


April 9th - 5th Grade Math

April 10th - 5th Grade Reading


Our campus will be closed to visitors on April 9th and 10th due to STAAR testing. There will be no parent lunches on these days. If at all possible, try not to schedule any appointments on those days. If needed, students who are absent on those days will be given the opportunity to make up the missed tests.

This test is very important, and it is important that all students be in attendance on test days. There are several things that you can do to help your child be successful on this test.

  • Make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep the night before the test.
  • Make sure your child eats a healthy breakfast the morning of the test.
  • Have your child arrive at school on time that morning so he/she does not feel rushed.
  • Do not schedule any appointments for your child on April 9th or 10th.
  • Finally, send your child to school that day with a hug and words of encouragement.

spring photo information


  • Spring Photos Are Here!
  • Information about purchasing the entire photo package or individual sheets is located inside the portrait package
  • Please return the payment for the photos or return the photos you do not wish to purchase to your child's teacher by Thursday, March 28th
  • Please make checks payable to Lifetouch
  • You can also pay at www.mylifetouch.com (look for the access code on your child's photos)


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Curriculum

Math - Measurement Conversion

Science - Adaptations

Reading - Using Strategies to analyze texts

Social Studies - Free Enterprise/Supply and Demand

Writing - Literary Responses

Important Dates

March 25- Spirit Night at Cane's and Student Council Meeting for Class Reps 2:55-3:45

March 28-Report Cards go home

April 6 - Spring Carnival 3:30-8

April 9-10 - STAAR Testing

April 19-No School (Bad Weather Make-Up day)

April 22- No School-Bad Weather Make-Up Day

Profile of a Future-Ready Learner

Frisco ISD prepares students for success in futures they create. In addition to academics, students are challenged and supported in developing their abilities in other areas.


You can help your child be Future Ready at home by teaching them to contribute.