Grade 5

Grade 5


iwallace
Ms. Wallace
Grade 5
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WELCOME TO 5TH GRADE!

Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year at Sacred Heart School!  My name is Ms. Wallace , and this is my sixth year at Sacred Heart.  This year, I will be teaching 5th through 8th grade Science, 5th grade Religion, and I will be the 5th grade homeroom teacher. 
I earned a BA in Teaching of French from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a MA in Elementary Education from Saint Xavier University.  I am originally from France and I moved to Chicago 33 years ago in order to explore the world! I am a very proud mom of 2 boys, Brendan (26) and Sean (22). Outside of the classroom, I enjoy exercising, reading, and cooking. 
We are preparing for a challenging year, but working together, you and I can help make this year a successful one! I look forward to working together, and having a productive and enjoyable year!

HOMEWORK
11/12 Science 5th: no homework
          SS: Read pp 196-200 in Johnny Tremain and answer questions 4,5,6 on packet
           Religion: Chapter 6 test on Monday - study study guide
            Math: no homework 

            Reading: read 15 minutes each day


6th:  No homework - E-learners check your Google classroom for any missing asignments.
        
7th: food web homework + make sure to finish all food web stations


8th: No homework - E-learners check Google Classroom for any missing assignments.
REMINDER: THURSDAY FOLDER DUE BY TUESDAY
       

NEWSLETTER
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5th Grade Daily Schedule

8:00-8:30:  Religion Homeroom
8:30-9:30: Math with Ms. Almaguer
9:30-10:30: Social Studies with Mr. Danielewicz
10:30-11:30: ELA  with Ms. Alberts
11:30-11:55: LUNCH
12:00-12:20: Handwriting with Ms. Wallace
12:20-12:55: PE(Mon-Wed-Thurs) Tech(Tues) Art(Fri)
1:00-1:15: Recess
1:20-1:55: Science with Ms. Wallace
1:55-2:30: iReady/Independent Study/ Journaling

The schedule is different on Mass days. Check your Google classroom for details.

While students are working independently at the end of the day, I will be checking in with the students at home. 

"Everyone has inside them a piece of good news. The good news is you don't know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is." 
Anne Frank