|Teacher Donna Ritter - Fifth Grade (Send e-mail)|
At Chelsea School, we want to keep Halloween a safe and happy celebration. Here are a few guidelines for celebrating Halloween at Chelsea:
• Students are not to wear their costumes to Chelsea. They will have an opportunity to change into their costumes.
• Do not bring to school paraphernalia associated with the costume.
• We want to see student’s faces at all times. Do not wear masks or face paint to school or on the bus.
• Items that simulate weapons will not allowed at school or on the bus.
• Costumes that are violent in nature or inappropriate for the school setting will not be allowed at Chelsea.
• Any inappropriate paraphernalia will be sent to the office.
Thank you for helping us keep Halloween safe at Chelsea.
.Reading is the most important skill because it is the basis for learning throughout the school day.
Reading takes practice.
Make reading a part of your family's daily routine.
*Read every night with your child or along side your child.
*Ask your child to occasionally read aloud and listen to how they're able to read with fluency-expression, accuracy, rate, phrasing, and punctuation.
*We will be working on reading more fluently in the classroom with weekly goals. What will be your child's goal this week?
"The habits we form from childhood make no small difference, but rather they make all the difference." -Aristotle
E.L.A. READING LOG
*Our fifth grade homework expectation of students is to read a minimum of 80 minutes per week. The students are working on weekly reading goals. Can you exceed the expectations?
Math: We are in module 2 - currently focusing on multiplication and area model
Science: Earth and Space
This week in classMonday
lesson 23 math hw (quiz tomorrow)
Halloween party at 2:30
Report cards to go home
Downloads ListMath Module 1 [8/24/2017]
One Note Reference packet [9/12/2017]
OneNote login [9/11/2017]
open house slide show [9/7/2017]
Words Their Way Research letter [11/13/2013]