Fifth Grade Newsletter

Fifth Grade Newsletter

Dear Parents, The weeks seem to be flying by. We are nearing the end of our first quarter of the school year. If your child has any missing assignments, I will be handing out a missing assignment form to them. You can always check as well on our Ren-Web program....

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Fifth Grade Newsletter

Fifth Grade Newsletter

Dear Parents, It's great to be back in the classroom with the kids. I again have posted our MAP testing schedule for next week. Monday, October 11- MAP math 8:45-10:15 Tuesday, October 12- MAP reading 8:45-10:00 Wednesday, October 13- MAP science 12:00-1:00 Thursday,...

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Fifth Grade Newsletter

Fifth Grade Newsletter

Dear Parents, Monday we had our final STARBASE. The experience was filled with so much STEM activities and learning. It certainly has been a positive learning experience for all. Again, I'd like to thank the drivers who made each Monday possible for our class. Next...

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Fifth Grade Newsletter

Fifth Grade Newsletter

Dear Parents, This coming Monday is our last day at STARBASE. Please be reminded that your child needs to have a packed lunch that day. It has been quite a rewarding experience attending this program and I am grateful that our kids were able to experience this STEM...

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Fifth Grade News

Fifth Grade News

Dear Parents, I'm looking forward to our conference together. Please be prompt on your time as I have several back to back conferences. See you all then. Thank you. For the week of September 20-24 Monday- STARBASE (Please remember that a lunch is needed.) Social...

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Fifth Grade Newsletter

Fifth Grade Newsletter

Dear Parents, Listed below is our very busy September schedule. Fall Carnival and Pie Auction - Friday, September 10th.  Come and enjoy some old time carnival games, paint facing, walking tacos for dinner, bounce house and much more.  Pie auction money goes...

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I believe all students can learn when they are accepted for who and where they are in their educational journey.  Fifth graders’ educational journey at Hope Lutheran is implemented in a variety of learning opportunities for every student.  I believe embracing diverse ideas and using multiple perspectives in the classroom is an important tool that helps promote and provide positive academic learning as well as gaining personal growth.   With this being said, welcome to fifth grade.

Mrs. Kathy McIntosh

Elementary School Teacher, Hope Lutheran School