Fifth Grade News
Mrs. Getchman ~ May 5, 2016
* Draw conclusions and make genralizations
* Correctly identify regular and irregular verbs
* Estimate decimal sums, differences, products, and quotients
* Identify positions of the Loyalist or Patriots
* Prepare and present arguments in a panel debate
* Understand Eucharist as Source and Summit of our faith
* Identify the celebration of the Eucharist as a meal, memorial, and sacrifice
May 18 - Shakespeare Dress Rehearsal
May 23-24 - Costume ironing
May 25 - Twelfth Night show - 1:00 PM
May 26 - Costume ironing touch-up
May 26 - Twelfth Night show - 7:00 PM
May 27 - No School - Faculty planning
June 3 - Safety Patrol celebration: Bowling, pizza and ice cream (Permission form in Thursday packet)
June 6 - All library books due - last day for AR tests.
You're Kind of a Big Deal
So much is going on!
- Please check hair and make-up call times in Thursday notes.
- Please see bowling permission form. I am looking for drivers/chaperones.
- We finished our last states and capitals test - WOO HOO!
- Please help your thespian study lines.
- We have a huge need for help with hair and make up for the afternoon show on May 25th. We usually have middle schoolers help, but they are not available this year. No special experience is needed, but if you are good with up-dos we could really use your help for both shows.
- Please continue to keep an eye on Power School for missing work. The grade book for fifth grade closes down early because of our Ashland trip.
- All our new desks have arrived! Students are either in a tall desk or in a small desk with a yoga ball (their choice). There are now plenty of opportunities to "wiggle" during work time.
- Please encourage your student to take research notes continually while they are completing the deadlines for the research project.
- The research Important Poem final draft is due May 10th. Directions for this are now in Google Classroom.
- Family religion discussion prompt: How does the Eucharist nourish you?
"A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees." ~ Father Faber
May class precept