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May 29 - August 2

Happy Summer Break!!


 

Supply Lists:

 FIfth Grade List

 2 Sharpie pens (Fine point, black)

 1 Box of markers

 3 Dozen pencils sharpened

 1 Box of colored pencils

 1 Dry erase marker

 2 Highlighters

 2Grading pens: red, green, etc.

 2 Glue Sticks

 1 Pair of scissors (Fiskars preferred)

 1 Ruler with inches and centimeters

 1 Protractor

 1 School box 9”x6”

 6 Composition notebooks

 1 Spiral notebook

 1 Package lined, college ruled paper

 2 Package 3x4 file cards (blank)

 6 Pads of Post-its

 8 Pocket folders with prongs:

       (1-red/plastic, 1-blue/plastic, 1-green,

         2-yellow, 1-orange, 2-purple)

 1 Small pencil case (to carry a pencil,

         grading pen, highlighter, dry erase

         marker and flash drive when

         switching classes)

 1 Box facial tissues

UES Assignment Notebook

Please send $5.00 in an envelope marked with your child’s name for Time for Kids magazine subscription. Checks can be made out to Time for Kids.


 

Sixth Grade List:

 1 Package lined, college rule paper

 2 Sharpie pens (black)

 2 Dozen #2 pencils

 4 Pocket folders with brads (at least one

     solid red, green and yellow)

 1 Box markers

 1 Box crayons

 4 Large & 4 small Dry erase markers

 2 Highlighters (different colors)

 1 Box colored pencils

 1 School box 9”x6”

 1 Small, soft pencil case (to carry a

       pencil, grading pen, highlighter, dry

       erase marker and flash drive when

       switching classes)

 1 Pair scissors (Fiskars preferred)

 1 Large glue stick

 1 Ruler with inches and centimeters

 1 Large eraser

 2 Grading pens (red, green, etc.)

 1 or 2 Boxes of facial tissues

 4 Composition books

 2 Packs of white 3½ x 5” white, lined

     index cards

 1 Three ring binder (1 inch)

 UES Assignment Notebook


Important events:

 

July 31 - Meet and greet teacher

August 3 - 1st day of classes

September 8 - Open House & Pizza Supper

             


University School Events

Thursday, May 28th – Last Day of school for students

Report cards will be mailed and should be received the following week.

 


Charge Time: 


Reading/Language Arts


 

Writing/Vocabulary:


 

Social Studies:

 


Science:

 


HEALTH: 9, 5, 2, 1, 0

Average of 9 hours of sleep is required for students in elementary and middle school.

5 Servings of fruits and vegetables daily

2 hours or less of screen time

1 hour a day of active outdoor play

0 sugar drinks

 

 


 



 

A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.   ~Albert Einstein


Usual Weekly schedule for Specials:

Monday - Thursday Students who have work completed may read to preschool and community base classrooms

Monday - PE & Music;

Tuesday - Art

Wednesday - (Late Start 9:35) No Specials

Thursday -  Library Checkout;  Computer Lab: printing and working on writing. Chinese.

Friday - Music & PE;

 


 

Reminders

Teachers have been asked by our principals to pass along these reminders: 

  •  NO HATS in the building. Students are not to wear hats in the building & this must be consistently enforced by faculty and support staff in and outside of the classroom at all grade levels. Student/Parent Handbook page 65
  • No toys in school. Toys that are brought to school can cause a disruption, and run the risk of being stolen. Please be sure your students know our school policy – Student/Parent Handbook page 64
  • Early Pick-ups There are too many early pick-ups (3:30-3:50 PM). Early pick-ups should only happen on a RARE occasion & and teachers/office need to be notified by parents in advance if their child is going to be picked-up early. Last minute changes are very disruptive in the classrooms. The office is very busy during this time. Your help is much appreciated! (Thank you to those who always let me know in advance about late arrivals/early pickups due to medical appointments.)
  • No Gum ever
  • All students are expected to go outside every day and to be dressed properly for the weather.  Teachers are on duty outside, and cannot supervise students in classrooms or library. To play in snow students are expected to have waterproof boots and mittens/gloves. If the wind chill is below 15 F degrees  students will have inside recess.  Otherwise families should plan on outdoor activity.

 

GRADING RUBRIC FOR STANDARDS

 


 

 

4

Above Expectation:  In addition to exhibiting Level 3 understanding goes beyond what was taught in class and applies to diverse situations.  Does additional research and thinking about the topic. Expands answers/projects to address this. Shows creative thinking skills and unusual but appropriate ways to apply learned information.  "Thinks outside the box."

3.5

3

Proficient/Mastery: No major errors or omissions of information, ideas or processes that were explicitly taught. Is able to complete all parts of assignments independently.

2.5

2

Basic:  No major errors or omissions for simpler ideas BUT errors or omissions regarding complex ideas. May need help from teacher/adult for more complex parts of assignment.

1.5

1

Below:  Shows partial knowledge of simpler and complex ideas. Needs help to complete assignments.

0

Incomplete: Even with help does not complete work, shows little understanding of concepts or skills needed. Needs help to complete assignments.

 

 

 

 

 

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