Friday, June 23, 2017

Happy Summer!

It's been a great year, and I will miss you all! Enjoy the summer and don't forget to write or visit!

Here is a link to Marshall Simonds and the Summer Reading requirements.


Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Sense of Accomplishment

We celebrated many accomplishments at our assembly today.  Congratulations to all our fifth graders who volunteered to present their work!  
From room 13: Matt, Anthony, Makenna, and Anthony
 Great Job!


Saturday, June 10, 2017

Marching into The American Revolution

These military drills are just one part of our fantastic Independence Day celebration of learning!  Students presented their research on topics ranging from Deborah Sampson to The Battle of Long Island to African Americans in the War.   Loyalists and Patriots competed in academic battles, showing they have learned so much about our country's beginnings.  A highlight for all was Human Anagrams led by our generals: Matt S. Mitchell D. Charlie A. and Emily S.  They were ably assisted by captains Tanush N., Makenna S., Ilex F., and Zack H. Though Patriots held the lead coming into the day's battle, the Loyalists won the day and the competition.  Congratulations to all our students for their sportsmanship, cooperation and teamwork! 






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Friday, June 9, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Math Night Games

Click here  for  Games from Math Night

Upcoming Events

Tomorrow is "Independence Day".  Fifth graders will present their poster projects on the American Revolution and we will participate in academic "battles" to show all we've learned about our nation's birth!  Who will win: Loyalists or Patriots?

Next week is Spirit week, and a notice regarding each day and its special significance has been sent home

Field Day is Monday, June 12; fifth graders are asked to wear green.

Thursday, June 15 is our Fifth Grade Reception.

Friday, June 23 is the last day of school.  Dismissal is at 11:35.