• Dear Students and Families,

     I cannot believe the end of the school year is almost here!


    On Wednesday May 27th and Thursday May 28th, the classroom will be open on an appointment only visit for 5th grade students to pick up their belongings, T-shirt, and a special treat! Here is the link for the 5th Grade T-shirt, Personal Belongings Pick Up.  If you haven't signed up already, please do so now.



    This year we will be celebrating our 5th graders and their achievements with a Drive Thru Finale!

    On Friday, May 29 from 9:00AM- 11:00AM you and your family can drive thru the front loop as the teachers applaud you and wave to you.  Please wear your Graduation T-Shirt. Feel free to decorate your car! 

    Just a reminder, this is not a time to get out of your car, we still must practice social distancing.


    The weekly grid download is at the end of this page. Once you open the weekly grid document, remember to press control, and then click on the link.  All other needed documents were sent to you in an email.


    Here is an overview of the assignments for this week. The specific assignments are in the weekly grid.


    **Math – This week, we have 4 review math lessons.  They cover some of the standards we learned over the year.  Use the Step by Step option to help you with any questions you have.  In addition, use the resources in My Library in ThinkCentral if you need some more help. 

    **Northeast States and Capitals – We finish our states and capitals this week.  Students were sent the worksheets via email to help them study.  They take a check up quiz on Friday.   

    **State Report –Students will finish their state report and send it to me on or before Friday, May 29. 

    ** Mr. Zanartu’s Careers Project on Teams- Students will complete 3 lessons about future careers on Teams.  To access Teams, Go to CCES web site, click on student links, click on Microsoft Office, log in using student email address and student ID.  Click on Teams.  There you will find three assignments. Take your time all week to complete these.  Mr. Zanartu has an introduction video that will walk you through these assignments.   

    **IReady Reading and Math – Students should complete 45 minutes total per week in each subject. 45 minutes in math for next week and 45 minutes in reading for next week. 

    **Flipgrid – There are no Flipgrid assignments for this week. 


    As always, if you have any questions and/or concerns, please email me. Have a great week!


    Mrs. Greenstein


    5th Grade Weekly Assignments Week of May 26




Last Modified on May 24, 2020