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Archive for September, 2015

Summer Reading Recognition


Kincaid Elementary placed ·      13th out of elementary schools in the Cobb County School System! ·      24th in the State of Georgia! ·      415th in the United States!   for the number of minutes read in the Scholastic Summer Reading Program.   Our students read for 104,234 minutes!  We are so proud!  Scroll down for […]

Week of September 28, 2015


Civil War Wax Museum is coming this Thursday, October 1st!  Please invite your parents and other special people to come see the museum.  Our class will be presenting between 8:15 – 9:00.  Third grade will be doing the CogAT, so we ask parents to walk around to the K building and try to be quiet […]

CIVIL WAR Causes and People Test and Wax Museum Update


There will be a test on Thursday on the Causes of the Civil War and the people we have studied so far.  These notes are in the students’ Social Studies notebooks. Also, the Civil War Wax Museum times have been confirmed.  An invitation will be sent home tomorrow, but I wanted to send it here […]

Week of September 14, 2015


Remember – No school next week.  Enjoy your Fall Break. Don’t forget to work on your book report and costume for the Civil War Wax Museum! Upcoming Dates and Events  Tuesday, September 15 – Division Test Tuesday, September 15 – Subjects and Predicates Quiz Thursday, September 17 – Civil War Causes and Famous People Quiz Friday, September […]

September 11


I just wanted to let you know that we will be talking about 9/11 tomorrow.  This is a difficult topic to discuss, but one of the 5th grade standards is that 5th graders have a basic knowledge of 9/11 and the Persian Gulf War.  Please know that I am careful about the topic, and I will […]

Week of September 7, 2015


Upcoming Dates and Events  Tuesday, September 8 – Computation Quiz (addition, subtraction, order of operations, place value and expanded form, and multiplication Friday, September 11 – Making Inferences Test (Reading)   Students did a fabulous job with the multiplication unit.  Hopefully, division will be just as successful.  The 5th grade standard for division is that students are […]

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