Mrs. Noska Classroom
Open House Sept. 19, Thurs. from 5:30-7:00
Schedule 2019-2020 Mrs. Noska's Day
7:45 - 8:00 Holding Room
8:00 - 8:20 Homeroom
8:20 - 9:33 Writing/SS - Noska
9:33 - 10:30 Writing/SS - Cruz
10:30 - 11:15 Specials/Conference
11:15 - 12:00 Tiger Time
12:00 - 12:16 Writing/SS - Cruz
12:16 - 12:30 Writing/SS - Nicklas
12:30 - 1:00 Recess
1:00 - 1:30 Lunch
1:30 - 2:29 Writing/SS - Nicklas
2:29 - 3:42 Writing/SS - Gierisch
3:42 - 3:45 Pack Up/Dismiss
Specials for Homeroom Mon. PE Tues. PE, Wed. Art, Thurs. PE. Fri. Music
Library Tuesday during Social Studies Class.
GREAT start to the School Year! Thank you for all your support!
Building Opens: 7:45 (Tardy @ 8:15)
Instructional Day: 8:15-3:45
Lunch time: 1:00-1:30
Early Release: 1:00-1:20
Tuesday Folders will be sent home weekly.
Snack time During Tiger Time
Campus Number: 979-885-6659
Conference time: 10:30-11:15 am
Class webpage available on the Sealy ISD Website
Please call,email,or note in agenda, if you ever have any questions, concerns, or comments.Sign Up for REMIND.
Year at A Glance:
5th grade Social Studies for Data Board Units:
Unit 1 The First Americans
Unit 2 Age of Exploration
Unit 3 Settlements Take Root
Unit 4 Life In the Colonies
Unit 5 The American Revolution
Unit 6 A New Nation
Unit 7 The Young Nation Grows
Unit 8 Moving West
Unit 9 Civil War and Reconstruction
5th Grade Reading/ Language Arts Year At A Glance
1st Nine Weeks and 2nd Nine weeks
Module 1: Inventors at Work – 3 weeks
What kinds of circumstances push people to create new inventions?
Writing: Expository Essay
Module 2: What a Story– 3 weeks
How does genre affect the way a story is told?
Module 3: Natural Disasters – 3 weeks
How can learning about natural disasters make us
Writing: Persuasive Essay
Module 4: Wild West – 3 weeks
What character traits were needed in people who settled the West?
Module 5: Project Earth- 3 weeks
How can caring for Earth and its living things improve life now and in the future?
3rd Nine Weeks and 4th Nine Weeks
Module 6: Art for Everyone – 3 weeks
How do different art forms impact people in different ways?
Writing: Personal Narrative
Module 7: Above, Below, and Beyond – 3
What role does curiosity play in exploration?
Writing: Research Report
Module 8: A New Home – 3 weeks
How do people adapt to new experiences and make a new place home?
Writing: Lyric Poem
Module 9: Unexpected, Unexplained – 3 weeks
What makes something mysterious, and what drives people to solve mysteries?
Writing: Imaginative Story
Module 10: The Lives of Animals – 3 weeks
What can we learn about ourselves by observing and interacting with animals?
Writing: Letter to the Editor
Fifth graders will write essential questions and homework in agenda daily.
Parents please look for these questions, teacher notes, and homework due dates each night and sign at the bottom. (please do not sign for future nights)
Fifth graders are expected to read for 20 minutes each night.
Fifth graders are expected to keep up with their agenda, any homework, lunch and ID.
*Please refer to the Student Handbook for the school Dress Code
*Wear tennis shoes on P.E.days
*Be aware of proper CHANGE of Transportation form
*Car Riders make sure to have sign hanging in front window
*All deliveries must be in front office before 10:00 am
*Please sign up for teacher and MBS Elementary REMIND
3 Simple Rules
April 7, 2020 Math STAAR (Retest May 11, 2020)
April 8, 2020 Reading STAAR (Retest May 12, 2020)
May 13, 2020 Science STAAR (No retest)