Wednesday, September 23, 2015

September 23, 2015

5th Grade Newsletter
September 23, 2015
Coming up:
September 23- Progress Reports (Please look on your PowerSchool account).
24-All missing work must be turned in.
25-Worker’s Holiday (kickball tournament)
25-Fall Pictures
28,29,30-SEP Conferences
October 1,2-SEP Conferences
23-Reflections Contest
  23-Fifth Grade Hope of America Program

        Our field trip to Cedar Mountain went well, and we appreciate your help making sure your children were well prepared.  We hope it was a positive experience for all of them.
This Friday we will hold our first Worker’s Holiday. We realize that this is also picture day and students may want to bring a change of clothes for the afternoon. We  will be having a kickball tournament.  Remember, this is for students who have ALL assignments turned in, and who have an 80% or higher. All others will stay in the classroom and get caught up.  Today your child is bringing home a category total report, along with a Missing Assignment sheet (if s/he is missing any work).  All missing assignments must be turned in by tomorrow, Thursday, 24th.    
We are looking forward to visiting with you and your child during the week of September 28-October 2.  If you have not confirmed a meeting time, please do so as soon as possible.  Please bring your child with you to the conference so that we can discuss his/her progress and goals.  
Reflections Contest theme is Let Your Imagination Fly.  All entries are due October 23.  You may pick up rules and entry forms in the art classroom and  We hope that you will encourage your child to enter.  
Our class has the privilege of performing with 800 other fifth graders from our area in the Hope of America patriotic program.  This performance will be held in the SUU Centrum on October 23.  Students will learn the songs here at school, but they were each given a CD so that they could practice them at home.  This should be an exciting event.
We enjoy getting to know your children, and helping them grow academically and socially.  Fifth grade is definitely the best grade to teach!   
Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Williams

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