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RED RIBBON WEEK is next week. We will have special theme days to show that we commit to a drug-free life.
Monday – “RED”y to Live a Drug-Free Life (Wear all red.)
5th grade at HIS supported Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September by wearing yellow.Uncategorized | No Comments
Please join us in our Spirit Week/Fundraiser and dress up each day
We had a great time learning the parts of the eye and then dissecting a cow’s eye! See the parts in the picture!Uncategorized | No Comments
The first day of school was a success! Every child made it to school, and every child made it home safely. We had fun getting to know a little about each other and will continue doing that tomorrow. We learned some classroom procedures and discussed what rules will help us have a successful year. We made some new friends and caught up with old friends. I am sure your kiddos are tired; I know I am! 🙂 I can’t wait to see what tomorrow holds for us!Uncategorized | 2 Comments
Welcome to our class blog. We will be learning a lot in fifth grade, and we hope to use this blog to share what we are learning with you! Please feel free to leave a comment. We look forward to hearing from you!
Parent Checklist for A Great Year!
___Check the agenda daily for assignments and tests
___ Encourage your student in reading each night for 20-30 minutes.
___Ask to see the take-home folder on a weekly basis. Initial and return all graded papers. (Please remove info sheets for future reference.)
___Complete and return any needed forms, including field trip permission slips and fees, as soon as possible. Let me know if you are not able to pay for any trip. That will be kept confidential.
___Try to have your child at school on time. Our classroom opens at 7:30. We begin academic work at 7:45.
___Keep lines of communication open with me. I really care about your child.
___ Help your student understand that school is a priority.
Mrs. Parker's Classroom Blog is a classroom web log managed by an employee of the Shelby County Board of Education. As such, it should be treated as any other classroom space. All postings and comments on this web blog will be moderated before publication. The postings on this space represent the personal views and opinions of the individuals who post and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of the Shelby County Board of Education.