Ms. Kiera Scarbrough - Fifth Grade

Dear Parents/Guardians,
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Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

Thank you,
Ms. S

JANUARY 18TH | NO SCHOOL

JANUARY 21ST | ANNIE PLAY PRACTICE | 10 AM TO 3 PM

JANUARY 21ST | MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY | NO SCHOOL

5th Grade has Gym on Thursdays, please send your child in the proper St. Rose of Lima Gym uniform.

LIBRARY | We have Library on Mondays and Tuesday| Books must be sent returned to school in order for the students to receive new ones

THIS WEEK'S HOMEWORK:

January 14th

Math Please complete Module 4, Lesson 6 Problem Set on pages 27 and 28 in Student Edition book.

Number 1 (a,b,c,d)
Number 4

*Study 1,2, and 3 Times Tables.

**Go on First in Math

*A Multiplication Chart was sent home in their blue folder.

ELA Complete a journal writing on the following prompt:

How would you try to convince someone in support of segregation that it was not fair? Would you be successful? Why or why not?

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

January 15th

Math Please complete Module 4, Lesson 6 homework on page 29-30 in Student Edition book.

Number 1 (a,b,c)
Number 2
Number 4

*Study 4,5, and 6 Times Tables.
*Go on First in Math

*A Multiplication Chart was sent home in their blue folder.

ELA Complete a journal writing based on the following prompt

Pretend that you had an opportunity to interview Dr. King. Write out five questions that you would like to ask him.

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

January 16th

Math Please ALL 3 worksheets on Reducing Fractions. BOTH SIDES

*Study 4,5, and 6 Times Tables.
*Go on First in Math

*A Multiplication Chart was sent home in their blue folder.

ELA Complete a journal writing based on the following prompt

Would you be a non-violent leader? Why or why not?

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

BEHAVIOR CALENDARS Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

January 17th

Math *Study 4,5, and 6 Times Tables.
*Go on First in Math

*A Multiplication Chart was sent home in their blue folder.

ELA No Homework!

BEHAVIOR CALENDARS Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

January 18th

Math Go on First in Math
Study 4,5, and 6 Times

ELA No Homework!

BEHAVIOR CALENDARS Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

Ms. Kiera Scarbrough

215-473-6030

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Hello! Welcome to Fifth Grade!
I am excited to be your child's 5th Grade teacher this year!!

I was born and raised in Delaware County, PA. I am a Archbishop Prendergast and Monsignor Bonner graduate. After graduating, I went on to Neumann University to pursue a bachelor's degree in Early Childhood and Special Education. I graduated from Neumann University in May 2018.

I want to provide a classroom with an open, caring, and learning centered environment, which allows them to be themselves and excel. I want to aid in building upon interests and incorporating them into lessons. I want to make learning enjoyable and memorable for my students. I, myself, am a lifelong learner and want to provide that example to my students.

I can't wait to have an amazing year of new adventures and learning!