Students with numbers 1-12 have their next reading response letters due on Friday, February 1.
Students with numbers 13-24 have their next Vlog due on Friday, February 1. The directions, topic choices, and rubric for assessing them can be found here.
Next Friday, February 1st, the students will take a novel test for the Revolutionary War novel they are now completing. We will work on a study guide next week in preparation. This will be an open book test and students may use their packets and notes from novel group meetings; students should be sure to review their notes and study guide prior to the test to ensure they can use their test time effectively and efficiently.
Our Chapter 5 Math test will be on Monday. Resources for reviewing for the test can be found here. There are some videos to review the lessons in the chapter that can be found here.
Tuesday, January 29th we will have our History Alive Chapter 15 Test on the Bill of Rights. Resources to review can be found here or on Edmodo.
The Scholastic Book Fair returns to Dryden next week! Our class will visit the book fair on Thursday, January 31. Students will not be allowed to shop during the lunch hours, but they may shop during our class visit or at Family Reading Night on January 31. A flyer will be coming home today in your student’s Friday folder.
Please check your child’s assignment notebook each night to help them remember to do their homework. Homework completion is something that we are working on improving as a whole class right now, especially heading into middle school. Homework assignments can also be found by looking at Edmodo. Thank you for your support in helping your child build good study habits. Additionally, if access to a technology device at home is ever a concern, Edmodo assignments can always be completed on paper.
At the end of February, 5th Grade will have the annual Erin’s Law Presentations. These will be given by our wonderful social worker, Mrs. Judy Thompson. Each 5th grade class is scheduled sometime throughout the week of February 25th. If you would like any further information about Erin’s Law, our district website has some resources you can explore.