In this section you can find the daily homework assignments and school announcements.

  • Some textbooks may be needed to complete the homework. It is important that these textbooks are kept away from food, drink and siblings. Please do not write in textbooks. If notes or questions need to be made, please write them on a sticky note and place them on the corresponding pages.

  • The Math, Grammar and Social Studies books should be covered with a stretchable book sock.

  • Outside of studying for tests homework will consist of any work that was not finished in class that day. Any work that was sent home is due the next day unless otherwise noted. When we begin mutliplication/division facts, it is strongly encouraged students practice their facts daily for mastery. Students will write down their assignments each day in their planner along with it being posted on this webpage. 

  • Test information will be given out at least 3 days in advance. Study guides will be given appropriately. Tests may not be re-taken for any reason. Specifically, reading tests will not require students to study outside of class. Students are allowed to reference the text and any other other related packet/papers. Religion: For the Chapter review pages which are used as tests, students are given time to work with other classmates, may use their book and take it home to have parents review it.

  • Grades will be posted to PowerSchool as students complete assignments/ tests. Please remember that one test does not determine the grade you will receive in the subject. It is very important to read the directions slowly, carefully, and to take your time. 

  • A score of a 60% will be entered into PowerSchool if  a students receives lower than a 60% on a test.

  • Please keep all papers in the portfolio UNLESS they have a grade, check mark or star at the top
  • Due to increase in homework not being returned, students will start getting a 'homework slip' if they do not complete their homework (this will also be in additiont to 5 tickets being taken). This slip will have their name, date and the assignment they missed. Students are to get a parent signature on this slip and return it with the missing assignment the next day. If a student receives too many red slips, they will have a conferecne with myself and either Mrs. Edwards or Mrs. Kehoe to figure out a homework plan.
  • Students will start receiving yellow slips on most test grades that are lower than a C. These slips are to be signed and returned the next day. 
Week of  March 12-16

**Marist High School is offering a art camp for 3rd-6th graders from 3:30-5 on March 13, 20, and 27. Email alex@marist.net (provide name, grade, grammar school, address, and phone number). There is a $5 registration fee. Students will have fun making painting, sculpture and drawing projects. Drop off and pick up will be at the main office entrance**

Monday March 12
1. Unit 12 Pre-Test tomorrow.
2. English 5.6-5.9 test Wednesday. A study guide was completed in class today.
3. Math wkbk pg. 267 if not finished in class

TuesdayMarch 13
1. Unit 12 final spelling  test Friday if necessary
2. English 5.6-5.9 test tomorrow. A study guide was completed in class yesterday.
3. Fraction packet due tomorrow. As a class we reviewed the 12.1-12.3 test. There will be a re-test on 12.1-12.5 on Tuesday.  12.1-12.3 material was reviewed today in class and a packet was given to the students they they can use to study. All students will be taking the re-test since it will include 2 new sections. 

Wednesday March 14
1. Unit 12 final spelling test Friday if necessary
2. 12.1-12.3 Math re-test on Tuesday. This test will also include section 12.4-12.5. Students can use their fraction packet recieved in class yesterday to study for 12.1-12.4. 12.5 material can be found in the book/the workbook page.The orginal test grade will be thrown out and the new grade is the grade that will be put into PowerSchool

Thursday March 15
1. Unit 12 final spelling test tomorrow if necessary
Students may wear their St. Baldricks shirt or green tomorrow. 
​Scholastic Book orders due tomorrow.

Friday March 16
1.12.1-12.5 math test Tuesday

St. Baldricks

Scholatic Book orders due 3/16


Vocabulary: This website offers students an opportunity to study and review their vocab words. Many of these questions are the same format as the ones on the test. All vocab tests will be taken electronically this year. 
https://www.sadlierconnect.com/vw/vocabularyworkshop.com (We are the Green Book)

Mathletics: This website offers students an opportunity to study and review math concepts covered in class. Next chapter, students will be assigned Mathletics topics to study. Usernames and passwords are stapled to the inside cover of the planner.

abcya.com Click on 3rd grade, numbers. This website offers games to help strengthen understanding of math concepts in a fun way.