Grade 5 families,
We were thankful to have at least a couple days of school last week and hoping for a full week ahead of us. In Social Studies students discussed the importance of rules as we learned about the Benedictine Rule of the Monks in the Middle Ages. In Math we continued our look at graphs and studied line graphs. In Language Arts we were able to get caught up on the missed days and discussed how non-fiction is read differently from fiction. Keep reading to find out what is planned for the coming week.
Mathletics March Madness – Week 1 Update
The Mathletics March Madness competition is off to a great start! Students are reminded that there will be a prize for the student in each grade who earns the most points as well as a pizza party for the class who earns the most average points. Do you want to know who is in the lead? Check out the average points (as of Friday afternoon) below!
Grade 1 – 1,833
Grade 2 – 2,697
Grade 3 – 3,640
Grade 4 – 2,613
Grade 5 – 3,205
Grade 6 – 1,686
Congratulations to Mrs. Smylie’s grade 3 students who are currently in the lead! However, this is just the beginning and anything can happen! We would love to see students growing and improving in their math skills throughout this competition. Go Mathletes!
Winter Carnival Theme Days
Monday: Spring Picture Day (No dress-up day)
Tuesday: Decade Day – Time travel through fashion today! Dress as a student from the groovy sixties, the disco seventies or the preppie eighties, or be creative and choose another era. You can check out Pinterest for some creative ideas. Remember: modest, clean, neat and appropriate is always the expectation.
Wednesday: Tacky Tourist Day – We can’t travel or go away for March Break this year but today you can dress up as though you are on your way to our favourite travel destination! Wear your Hawaiian shirts and white socks with sandals or your favourite souvenir shirt – use your imagination! Remember: modest, clean, neat and appropriate is always the expectation.
Thursday: Science Fair Day (Gr. 5 – 9) (No dress-up day)
Friday: PJ Day – To end-off Winter Carnival week, wear your pajamas to school, but don’t forget to wake up! Remember: modest, clean, neat and appropriate is always the expectation.
Number the Stars
Mar.8: Ch.3 Summary and Reflection
Mar.11: Ch.4 Summary and Reflection
Mar.12: NO HOMEWORK
Assignments and Assessments
- Wednesday – Math Test
- Thursday – Spelling List 22 Quiz and Bible Memory Verse Quiz
Dates to Remember:
- March 8th: Spring Photo Day (Tomorrow)
- March 15th-19th: March Break (No School)
- March 22nd: First day back after March Break
That’s all for now. See you next week.