5th Grade

Schedule Change

In order to provide additional instruction before our next round of testing, 5th-grade classes have been regrouped. We are very excited to be able to provide each of our students with targeted instruction in areas where they need additional support. This change will continue until further notice. Your student will continue to go to their homeroom teacher each morning and attend specials with the homeroom class. If you have any questions, please contact your student’s teacher.


Spring is here!! As the school year begins to wind down, there are a lot of activities coming up. Please stay up to date by reading the weekly newsletter and checking social media. We still have work to do this school year, and another round of STAAR testing is coming next month.

Week of May 14th

  • Dress Code: Please make sure your student is following dress code daily. Leggings worn under shorts and skirts must be a solid approved color. Light jackets worn indoors must be in dress code as well.

  • Class Dojo is an important form of communication that we use often. Some subject reviews, important class information, and messages are sent through this app/website, so please make sure you are checking it daily.

  • SNACK Reminder: Because 5th-grade lunch is not until 12:20, we are allowing 5th graders to bring a HEALTHY snack. The snack must be something they can eat while continuing to work, and the snack must not require a spoon and cannot be messy.
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Always Changing, and Growing Up"

Please return the form that was sent home today to your child's teacher as soon as possible. 5th grade will be viewing the video on May 16th at 2:00 pm. Boys and girls will be separated. For your convenience, the form is also attached here.

Upcoming Dates:

May 6-10 - Teacher Appreciation Week

May 13 - 5th-grade STAAR 2nd administration of Math

May 14 - 5th-grade STAAR 2nd administration of Reading

May 15 - 5th grade Science STAAR

May 22 - ROE Field Day

May 23- End of Year Awards

May 24 - Last Day of School Hawk Assembly and Early Release

Subject Content and "I Can" statements


  • Appreciating Literary Nonfiction and Drama.
  • I can understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the varied structural patterns and features of literary nonfiction.
  • Please make sure your student is reading every night. To increase stamina for the STAAR test, our students need to read at least 20 minutes a day.


  • Problem Solving
  • I can use math strategies to solve problems.


  • I can use strategies to review science content TEKS: 5.5A-5.10B

Social Studies:

  • Civil War
  • I can identify the effects of the civil war including reconstruction

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