Fifth Grade Newsletter

November 29th, 2018

Progress Reports

Progress reports went home today. The white copy is yours to keep and the blue copy must be signed and returned.

Please note that many times grades are higher or lower than normal on progress reports. This is because it is only half way through the 9 weeks and retakes on quizzes may not have been completed. Please note that it is the student's responsibility to keep up with what papers they might need to redo. They can do this by looking through their graded papers on Thursdays or checking online in the Home Access Center. Also, papers go home each Thursday if your child's grades do not match the papers coming home, it could be they are throwing away papers with lower grades. It happens!!

The Book Fair is Here!

Classroom Angels

Thank you all so very much for the generosity you showed toward our classroom Angels. Our KC Club students will be busy packing them up on Friday. It's nice to know our Angels will be able to have a happy holiday.

Order Your Yearbook!!

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Math - Dividing Decimals

Reading - Summarizing Poetry

Writing - Poetry

Science - Changes to the Earth's Surface

Social Studies - Colonial Newscast

Important Dates

November 29 - Progress Reports (Return signed blue copy)

December 1-Treblemakers Choir Performances: 10:00 a.m.--Lebanon Trail Holiday Market in Rotunda & 5:20 p.m.--Merry Main Street on Christmas Tree Stage
December 3-7-Fall Book Fair
December 5- Smith Spelling Bee & Breakfast and Books for Kinder, 2nd Grade & 4th Grade in Library from 7:00-7:45 a.m. (must be with an adult)
December 6-Breakfast and Books for 1st Grade, 3rd Grade & 5th Grade in Library from 7:00-7:45 a.m.(must be with an adult); General PTA Meeting @ 6:00 p.m.; Book Fair Night Event 5:30-7:30 p.m.
December 12- Spirit Night at Blaze Pizza 4:00-8:00 p.m.
December 5- Smith Spelling Bee
December 21 - Winter Party 1:45
December 22-January 7 -Winter Break, No School!
January 21 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No School

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 you child be Future Ready at home by teaching your them to collaborate.