Summer 2020 Resources
This summer, you will continue to work on your i-Ready learning path which you began at the start of this year. i-Ready activities target specific skills based on the diagnostic tests taken earlier this year.
The encouraged amount of time to work on i-ready is 45 minutes in math and 45 minutes in reading exercises per week.
Please reach out in an email if you lose your login information.
Check the summer 2020 Reading List for the grade you are entering. For example, if you are entering 5th grade, choose a book from the 5th grade list.
Read one (or more!) book from the list over break. There will be a book activity in the first week of school.
eLearning for our school will begin on Tuesday, March 17. Each day, I will post assignments for my specific classes (Reading, Language Arts, and Social Studies). All assignments will need to be submitted electronically, so I will give you clear instructions for each day! Please check the “Homework” section of my teacher page daily for assignments and activities. Mrs. Kufta will also be posting assignments for Science and Math, and Ms. Byrne will post Religion.
Please also check your specials teachers’ pages, as well, on days that you see those teachers. For example, my homeroom has Spanish on Mondays and Fridays, so make sure you check Ms. Guerrero’s webpage on those days!
- Mr. Mangiaracina’s Page
- Ms. Guerrero’s Page
- Mr. Patterson’s Page
- Mr. Mendoza’s Page
- Ms. Wenzel’s Page
I will be available every school day from 9AM-2PM to answer any questions! Please do not hesitate to reach out.
Parents, I know this is a very scary time for our students. Here are a few resources that may be helpful to you when talking to your children about COVID-19.
- PBS – How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus
- Child Mind – Talking to Kids About Coronavirus
- Psychology Today – How to Talk to Teens and Kids About the Coronavirus
I’m looking forward to being back in the classroom with you all soon! Stay well. We’ll get through this together! 🙂
5th Grade will be participating in the Reading Olympics this spring!
Students can join as a team of 3.
Please visit the attached links for more information:
To sign up as a team of 3, complete this Google Form:
Every other Monday during recess, groups can meet in my room to discuss their books!
More information to follow when we return from Christmas break 🙂
Links & Resources
Back to School Resources
Here are a few links to the Google Slides presentations I shared in class:
Click Here to view the Supply Organization presentation. This will help you with any labeling and organizing!
Click Here to view the classroom rules and procedures for 5th grade.
Click Here for a preview of the Reading, Language Arts, and Social Studies curriculum.View More