In the fifth grade organization and decision-making are practiced to develop more independent study skills. Note taking, outlining, research/projects using a variety of reference materials. Students will have approximately 40-50 minutes of homework per night.


General Curriculum

Language Arts
Letter writing, parts of speech, descriptive paragraph writing, word processing for written work

Mathematics
Add/Subtract through millions, multiply/divide multi-digit factors and divisors, geometry, perimeter/area, measurement, decimals and decimal operations, fractions and fraction operations, problem solving

Social Studies
United States history from colonial exploration to 1812 – early explorers, colonization, American Revolution, geography

Science
Ecosystems, earth surface, earthquakes/volcanoes, Earth and space science, matter and energy

RISING 5TH GRADERS

Summer Reading for Incoming Grade 5 Students

Summer Math Letter for Incoming Grade 5 Students

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    Fifth Grade Faculty


    Mrs. Austin
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    Ms. Engdahl
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    Mrs. Riedle
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    Mrs. Pisano (Formally Ms. Watts)
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    Art
    Mrs. Wornham

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    Physical Education
    Mrs. Howell
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    Speech & Language Pathologist
    Mrs. Vecchione
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    Mr. Norton's Facebook Page
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