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Mrs. Amy Kraft
Daily Schedule TIMEMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY 8:45-9:15 Morning Work ELA Morning Work ELA Morning Work ELA Morning Work ELA Morning Work ELA 9:15-10:00Writing Spelling/ Vocabulary 10:00-10:40Enrichment 10:40-11:40Math 11:40-12:35Reading/ELA 12:35-1:05 Lunch 1:05-1:35PE 1:35-2:30 IB Planner- S.S./ Science 2:30-3:10Specials
Enrichment Time 10:00-10:40 Monday – Friday Teacher will meet with small groups to work on various reading and math skills. Students will rotate through four station areas: 1. Teacher 2. Read to Self 3. Work on Writing 4. Word Work GEP kids work with Ms. Sulivan
5 th Grade Curriculum GADOE standards - https://www.georgiastandards.org/Common- Core/Pages/default.aspx Morning Work/Routine Math *multiplication facts Reading Vocabulary Spelling Writing SS and Science will be incorporated into IB Planners Health
IB Planners We Have Class – Classification, Plant and Animal cells, Inherited/Acquired Traits Sharing the Planet - Civil War, Reconstruction Where We Are in Place and Time – Turn of the Century (Science – Electricity and Magnetism), WWI through WWII How We Express Ourselves – 1950’s – Present, Science – Physical and Chemical Changes How the World Works – Earth’s Constructive and Destructive Forces in Nature Who We Are (Exhibition)
Reading Logs Reading Logs are due at the end of each 9 week period Complete AR test or reflection Goals per marking period: 4 books 1 st MP, 7 books 2 nd -4 th MP 100 pages equals 1 book Please read aloud to your child, this helps with fluency!
5 th Grade Discipline Three strike system: 1 st - warning given, 1 st check 2 nd – 2 nd check, miss 10 min. recess 3 rd - 3 rd check, no recess, a deficiency is sent home Paperclip chain Deficiencies Code of Conduct Noise Levels 5 Deficiencies in one marking period = detention!
Other 5 th Grade Procedures May not return to class after dismissal! Phone calls only for emergency – not forgotten stuff Homework- due on Friday, except math which is due daily Walking in the hallways 3 rd block Level 0 Straight line Hands/feet to self In alphabetical order
Student Dress Code Colors – navy/white/khaki, girls – hunter classic navy plaid Shirts must be tucked No cargo style bottoms Belts – brown or black White t-shirt only under uniform shirt Outer jackets are removed when entering the building/classroom Hooded sweatshirts not allowed! Shoes closed toe/heel, fastened at all times Socks must by white or navy without design
Electronic Devices at School Board Policy: JCDAF-R(1), adopted 7/11/2012 Students may be permitted to use their personal electronic devices for instructional purposes and to access the District provided network/internet. Reminders: 1. Directions given by school personnel in regards to using personal devices must be followed. 2. Students shall be personally and solely responsible for the maintenance, support, and security of their personal electronic device. 3. The district, school or teacher shall not assume responsibility or liability for the theft, loss, or damage to personal devices, nor does it assume responsibility for the unauthorized use of any device. 4. While on Board property, students are not permitted to use their own personal Wi-Fi, data plans or other types of Internet access provided by Internet service providers/carriers that is not provided by The Board of Public Education. All Internet access will be filtered and recorded. 5. No student shall have a personal electronic device in their possession during district-wide assessments or state testing. 6. Students are prohibited from using any electronic devices while riding on a school bus.
Tentative Testing Schedule SRI, OAS, MAP- September ITBS October (3 rd and 5 th only) 5 th Grade Writing Assessment – March 5-6 CRCT – April 23 rd – May 2 nd (5 th grade must pass Math and Reading to move to 6 th grade.)
Field Trips 1. Oatland Island 2. Fort Pulaski 3. Mighty 8 th Museum 4. Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum 5. Day trip to somewhere
Organization Folder and notebook for each subject Teaches organizational skills Agenda Students are responsible for copying homework correctly Please do not remove papers from the folders.
Communication Folders Every Wednesday Initial each piece of graded work and return Important information is included Sign inside cover Return by the following Wednesday to avoid a deficiency