5th Grade

Mrs. Ward

Upcoming Events

March 10th- Science Test (see study guide below)

March 12th - D.A.R.E. Graduation at 6:00 pm (students need to be there at 5:45 pm)

March 14th- Pewaukee Community Fair

March 24th - Camp Whitcomb Parent Meeting at PHS Auditorium at 6:30-7:30

Science Test

We will be wrapping up our Matter unit in science next week. Students will be assessed in two ways, a performance task and and multiple choice/fill in the blank. For the performance task, your child will be asked to successfully separate a mixture/solution.

Here's a study guide your child can use to prepare for the multiple choice/fill in the blank test.

D.A.R.E. Graduation

Next week Thursday, March 12th, will be the D.A.R.E. Graduation at the High School Auditorium. Students need to arrive at the High School Auditorium at 5:45 pm; the graduation will begin at 6:00 pm.

Your child should be wearing their D.A.R.E. shirt and appropriate pants/skirt. After the graduation, there will be refreshments and cookies for you and your family to enjoy!

Pewaukee Community Fair

Come to the Pewaukee Community Fair on Saturday, March 14th from 10 am - 4 pm and enjoy a great day of fun with your friends and family! There will be new carnival games, fabulous prizes, business vendors, face painting by ASA Clark Art Club, bounce house, inflatable obstacle course, free childcare provided by KinderCare with donation to Pewaukee Food Pantry, cake walk, free arts & crafts by Champions, delicious food vendors, terrific silent auctions and raffles, and so much more!!!!!

Tickets at a discount rate for the carnival games, cake walk, face painting, and bounce house are available for purchase now until March 6th. Pre-purchased tickets can be picked up when you arrive at the Community Fair. Tickets ($0.50 per ticket) will also be on sale the day of the Community Fair, but not at the discounted rate.

Bundle Options

25 tickets for $10 ($0.40 per ticket)

60 tickets for $20 ($0.33 per ticket)

Professor Perseverance

Professor Perseverance visited our class on Monday! She showed the class what it means to have perseverance. Using a picture book as a tool to engage the students, the class discussed how the characters in the book had perseverance.

Then the class participated in activities that caused the kids to use perseverance. Using cubes, each student needed to construct a 3D figure. In addition, they had to draw a model of their 3D figure! It was a great visual spacial lesson.