NEWSLETTER 5th Grade
8:00 - 8:10 Opening of Class
8:10-10:30 ELA block
10:30- 10: Recess
10:15-11:45 Math Block
12:15-1:00 Recess and Lunch
2:15- 2:50 Social Studies
Monday: P.E. at 10:20
Tuesday: Coding at 9:20
Spanish at 10:20
Wednesday: Music at 9:20
WELCOME 5TH GRADERS!
Dear Parents and Students,
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all students and parents to our new school year, 2018-2019. In our 5th grade curriculum we will be learning about our country, the solar system, fractions, decimals and many other wonderful things!
Parents, please be patient with your 5th grader, it is a time for growth and adjustment to their new grade. Your child is also working hard in becoming an independent, and responsible Crusader as well as preparing for Middle School.
I have posted our Spelling, Vocabulary words in the Homework and Spelling section of the website for you to view. I am looking forward for this 2018-2019 school year and excited in working with your wonderful children.
God bless and be safe,
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School Mission and Vision
In partnership with parents, O.L.H.R. School commits to fulfilling the spiritual,
moral, academic and physical needs of the child.
In order to fulfill the mission statement, O.L.H.R provides a caring environment that nurtures Christian values
by having the Eucharist as the center of our lives. Parents, who are primary educators of their children, work
in partnership with teachers and staff to build strong and responsible citizens. Our daily instructions provide
O.L.H.R. students with the opportunity to acknowledge their self- worth and value physically and intellectually.
In order to create an atmosphere of love and respect for all members of the school, self-dierction and self-discipline are vital parts of our school program. Each memebr of the community is expected to assume full responsibility for his or her own actions.
Outstanding Crusaders Behavior
All students are expected to :
* Be respectful and accepting of others.
* Be honest.
* Be willing to cooperate with others.
* Be safe in and out of the classroom.
* Be responsible , prepared, and ready for class.
* Be on time to school and scheduled classes.
* Be diligent to complete class and homework assignments.
* Be proud and wear uniform properly.
To reward positive behavior and parents' participation, children, will have different oppotunities to earn "Free Dress" and /or "Outstanding Crusader" tickets, that he/she will be able to redeem for speical treats such as out of uniform, free sanck, no homework, extra recess, lunch with principal. ice cream at Baskin Robins', etc.
Some ways students may earn a "Free Dress" pass are by earning Trimeter Honor Roll or Outstanding Crusader of the Month Awards, attending Sunday Family Mass in complete formal uniform , parent attendance of P.T.S.C. meetings, at the teacher's discretion, etc.
Some of the ways children may earn "Caught Being Good" tickets are , but not limited to ; cleaning the yard without being asked, behaving in class, going above and beyond what is expected , etc.
When a student chooses not to meet one or more of the expectations, one or more of the following consequences may apply:
* Conference with student
* Call/ Conference parents.
* Additional Christian service hours.
* Work at lunch to make up assignments not done.
* Acts of kindness.
* Write a reflection
5th Grade to 8th Grade ( Regular Uniform)
Girls must wear bue plaid skirt knee length , whte undershirt, white or blue girls' polo shirt, navy blue v-neck sweater and school jacket with the school emblem, navy blue knee-high socks and black "Mary Jane" shoes.
5th Grade (Formal Uniform)
Girls must wear blue plaid skirt , knee length, short-sleeve baby blue pointy collar button down blouse (oxford) with white undershirt , and tie; v-neck sweater and school jackets with the school emblem,navy blue knee-high socks and black : Mary Jane " shoes.
Boys 5th Grade (Regular Uniform)
grey pants or shorts, white or navy polo shirt with sport collar and school emblem, whote t-shirt underneath ; Navy blue v-neck sweater with the school emblem, school jacket, whote crew socks, b;ack school shoes with black laces and black belt. Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
Boys 5th Grade (Formal Uniform)
Must wear tie , grey pants, short white sleeve button -down shirt and school navy tie, white crew socks , and dressy black shoes, and v-neck sweater if cold.
No other jackets will be premitted for students to wear. So make sure we all have our school jackets. ...Please label all clothing that students may remove during the day,
When Contacting Mrs. Anderson, please make an effort to contact me before, after school or call to make an appointment. I am unable to speak to you between 7:30- 3:00 as it interrupts instruction.
Mrs. R. Anderson
Office Hours: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.- 7"30 a.m. ( appointment preferred)