Sept. 14Picture Day is this Friday the 16th!
Please have student bring in the flyer forms to order their pics!
"Sometimes the best way to get ahead is to simply pay attention!"
Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! I am so excited to meet my new 5th grade students on the First Day of School Monday, August 15th @7:50. School now begins at 7:50 and ends at 2:15 for grades 1-6.
Wednesday is restructured day, 7:50-12:15.
Back to School Night
Thursday, September 8th
5:30-6:00 Principal Message
Optional School Supply List -not required
Mrs. Nosky’s 5th Grade
1 dozen sharpened Dixon Ticonderoga #2
Headphones/ear buds for to use with Chromebooks
1 Marble Composition Notebook (please no spirals, I have some extras that I can make available if you are not able to purchase these.)
reusable water bottle-labeled
Low Odor Dry Erase Makers and a sock for White-boards during Math
4 Color Ballpoint Pen
Post-It Notes- (assorted sizes)
Wipes for cleaning desks
Reams of printer paper
Amazon gift cards
Avery labels 5160
Ziploc bags (assorted sizes)
“How can I help?”
Donations to our class fund; art projects, science experiments, math activities, etc…
Volunteering in the classroom (Sign up at Back to School Night- September 9th)
Sharing a skill: art, yoga, PE, science, sewing, woodwork, any creative activity!
Chaperoning on field trips
Seahawks Soar to Success!
8/15/22: First Day of School!
9/5/22: Labor Day Holiday
10/14/22: Student Recess
11/11/22: Veteran's Day
11/14 - 11/18/22: Parent Teacher Conference Week: 12:15 pm Restructured Day Dismissal
11/23 - 11/25/22: Thanksgiving Holiday
12/19/22: Winter Break
1/9/23: School Begins
1/16/23: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
2/13/23: Lincoln's Holiday
2/20/23: Washington's Holiday
4/3 - 4/7/23: Spring Recess
5/29/23: Memorial Day Holiday
5/31/23: Full Day: 2:15 pm Dismissal
6/2/23: Last Day of School: Early Dismissal
Each student has been assigned an "AR Goal." The goals were calculated according to each student's performance on the computerized AR star test. The Accelerated Reader program ("AR") is a computerized program that tests reading comprehension. Students select books on their reading level, read independently, and take an independent comprehension test on a school computer. Each book is worth a certain number of points based on its length and reading level. You can look up a particular book in AR Book Finder. Students get a percentage of these points based on how many of the test questions they get right. The program tracks their progress over the course of the school year. You may track your student’s progress in Home Connect.
Here is a link to the Parent's Guide to AR. Accelerated Reader
Hopefully, this will answer your questions.