5th grade class home page
Welcome to Ms. McDermott's Class!
Meet the Teacher
Hello and welcome to fifth grade! I am very excited to be teaching in my third year here at St. Christopher School. I received a B.A. in Education with a content focus in English from St. Louis University. I have sought out continuing education courses to help me grow professionally. As a graduate of St. Christopher, this school has held a special place in my heart since I was a child. I am always impressed by the strength and determination of our parents, students, and staff to keep St. Chris growing.
Please remember to keep up-to-date on your child's progress using PowerSchool.
All supplies should be brought to school everyday to make sure your child is successful. School supplies may need to be replenished.
Here are some important dates to mark on the calendar for May.
May 4: Father Daughter Dance
May 7: May Crowning
May 15: Grandparents' Day/ Special Person's Day
May 22: Field trip
May 24: 1:00 dismissal, no extended day
May 27: no school
- 5th grade is studying geometry, working with angles.
- 4th grade is having fun with decimals!
- **Fourth and fifth graders will continue to take times tests to practice their 0-12 multiplication facts. Please continue to study these every night at home.
- 5th grade is evaluating resources and writing persuasive research essays.
- 4th grade is writing analytical expository essays and then will study verbs.
- 5th grade is exploring biology and learning how traits are passed on.
- 5th grade is focusing on the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation.
- 5th grade will continue to follow the chapters in the spelling book and strengthen their phonics skills.
Fifth graders should remember to stay organized and study nightly to be successful in all subjects. Failure to turn in homework will result in a late notice. Please stay on top of the homework! Focusing in class is key!
Wednesday: Art *Mass day-no jeans day passes to be used
Thursday: P.E. (wear gym uniform)
Classroom Rules and Expectations
These rules and expectations are posted in the classroom. Students developed the rules themselves, outlining the areas they want to focus on this year. The students have signed the document and will be held accountable for these expectations.
- Help others.
- Keep your hands to yourself.
- Be respectful to adults and classmates.
- No fighting/arguing.
- Respect others' property.
- Be kind to others.
- No bullying and stand up when others are doing something wrong.
- No talking behind someone's back/ no gossiping.
- Think before you speak.
- BE THE NICE KID!
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Last modified: 05-02-2019