Camp waivers and medical forms will go home today. They need to be returned by May 2.
Parent meeting for the fifth-grade camp is Tuesday, May 2 at 6:30 PM in the multipurpose room at Georgetown. A brief meeting for chaperones will immediately follow.
We will meet with fifth-grade students during the school day to provide them with the information they will need for camp, so students need not attend the evening meeting.
If you would like to visit Camp Henry while we are at camp, you are required to have a background check completed prior to May 8. Details about visiting camp will be explained during our May 2nd meeting. Contact your teacher for details if you plan to attend. Background Check Link
April and May are very busy months for families of fifth-grade students. Click here for a list of upcoming dates.
Measurement and Geometry
Uses data to come to a reasonable conclusion
Constructs charts, graphs, tables, and summaries to record observations
Asks questions, makes predictions and draws conclusions through observations and activities
Colds and flu are running rampant, and all three fifth grade classrooms are running low on tissues and disinfectant wipes. Any donations of these items for our classrooms would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for helping us keep your children healthy!
Operations and Word Problems
Road to Revolution
Students are reading historical fiction novels and writing their own historical fiction stories.
Fifth graders have begun the T.E.A.M. program. T.E.A.M. stands for teaching, mentoring and educating, and it is school liaison program led by the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department. We are excited to have Deputy Eric Smith as our T.E.A.M. instructor this year.
Please try to bring your child to the public library to find a book or periodical containing information on their chosen research topic.