January 24, 2019
Dear Fifth Grade Parents,
Catholic Schools Week begins on Sunday! Please read through the schedule on the Holy Rosary Web-site and be aware of the special events happening each day! https://holyrosaryws.org/
On Friday 2/1, we have the Spirit Assembly! The Leadership team decided on the theme of “Olympics”. They also assigned 5A to be the country of Greece! 5A student will wear the colors BLUE and WHITE on Friday 2/1. They will also need to bring a sheet (TOGA) of any color as we will be wearing them during the Spirit Assembly to show the origin of the Olympic Games. 5A students will be standing in a semi circle, as the school enters the gym.
NEW CAMP DATES: We have new dates for Camp Seymour. May 8 – 10th!
Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service
2019 Catholic Schools Week
Jan. 27 – Feb. 2
Sunday, January 27 – In Our Faith Community
10:30 MASS – Champions of Holy Rosary Award Presentation
- Champions of Holy Rosary Award Presentation at 10:30 AM Mass
- Students wear uniforms to Mass
- Students to serve as banner carrier, greeters, lectors, family to bring up gifts
- Children’s Choir and student cantors at 10:30 am Mass
- Holy Rosary School Open House including a reception from 12:00-1:30.
Monday, January 28 – In Our Parent Community
- School Spirit – Gator/CYO/etc. gear!
- Read-In from 2-2:20. All-school bingo from 2:20 to 2:50.
Tuesday, January 29 – In our Greater Seattle Community
5th Grade will deliver primroses and thank you cards to neighbors on Thursday. Regular uniform
Wednesday, January 30 – Honoring our Grandparents and Families –
- Perfect uniform day
- No hot lunch
- No homework to Celebrate Families
- Grandparents Luncheon
Thursday, January 31 – In Appreciation of Lifelong Learning and Staff
- Perfect uniform day
- Grade 1-4 Spelling Bee 8:30-9:15
- Grades 5-8 Spelling Bee 9:30-10:15 – 5A Students who are in the Spelling Bee: A.J. Chavez & K Kallie Eckelkamp!!!
Friday, February 1 – Appreciating Our Students
- 9:30-10:45 – Spirit Assembly
- THEME – Olympics – 5A Country Greece: Wear Blue and White & Bring in a sheet because 5A students are wearing TOGA’s to the Spirit Assembly!!!!!
- 8th grade vs. Holy Rosary Staff volleyball game – 1:30
Sunday, Feb. 4 – Appreciating Our Parish Family
We will have our Ch. 15 test on 2/5. We have reviewed the study guide. Students should be studying at home for the test. We will be doing some Catholic Schools Week work during Religion
Classes this week.
Chapter 6 Multiply and Divide Decimals
1/28 L. 1 Estimate Products of Whole Numbers and Decimals
1/29 L. 3 Multiply Decimals by Whole Numbers
1/30 L. 5 Multiply Decimals
1/31 L. Check My Progress Quiz
2/1 L. 6 Multiply Decimals by Powers of Ten
Friday: Finish Ch. 6 test (if not done), ALEKS
Chapter 7, Expressions & Patterns
Monday: Lesson 2, Order of Operations
Tuesday: Lesson 3, Write Numerical Expressions
Wednesday: Lesson 2 & 3 Review
Thursday: Quiz, Lessons 2 & 3
Hello Math Families –
This week we will finish up Ch. 1, Ratios and Rates, with an assessment and then begin Ch. 2, Fractions, Decimals and Percents. We will begin by looking at least common denominators, rational numbers and percent proportions. Then, we will move into the relationship between percents, fractions and decimals. To support your student, the “Real World Links” at the beginning of each lesson provide a great walk through of the concept. And, as always, Connect Ed has great videos.
We will begin Chapter 8, Facing Slavery. In this chapter students will learn about the Slave Trade from the West African perspective. In a series of real-life scenarios, students will discuss in small groups what they would do if faced with these dilemmas.
Inventions are due tomorrow. They will be displayed in the hallway for Catholic Schools Week.
Students will discover what makes producers important in an ecosystem. They will also learn how consumers get their energy.
Students will take an Ecology quiz on lessons 1 & 2 in their textbooks Feb. 4th. They will complete two study guides in class to help them prepare.
This week has been packed with spelling! We completed our in-class spelling be to see who will represent each class in the school-wide Spelling Bee next Tuesday! The most important aspect of our spelling bee was that all students were kind, accepting, and supportive of everyone’s great effort! We will have our lesson 10 Quiz tomorrow, January 25th.