February 5-February 9

I want to first say thank you to all my parents who attended a conference with me last week. I truly appreciate you supporting your child and I. I am looking forward to the remaining conferences on Monday and Tuesday next week. Thank you for all that you do.

I also want to take the time out to Congratulate all the students in my class who achieved A’s and B’s on their report cards. I hope you all enjoyed your pizza, cake, and soda:)


Progress reports were sent home February 9th. Please sign and return.

Also, proficiency reports were sent home February 9th. Please sign and return.

As always, if you have any questions please email me.

Have a great weekend!

January 29th Week

Parents, I want to first thank you for signing up for a conference time. If you have not done so please do so. This will be a meaningful time to discuss our half way through the year marks.

This week we dived into Geometry, compare and contrasting difference genres, and working on our opinion pieces. We are making the best of our time in class to prepare us for what is coming in the following months. I want to encourage my students to log onto websites to practice different skills. Readworks.org and learningfarm.com are great.

Thank you parents for all that you do.

Monday News

Greetings, Huskies!
  Below you will find information about Book Club and Number Crunchers as well as guidelines for recommending students.
What is the purpose of Book Club and Number Crunchers?
To foster relationships with readers and mathematicians to build their confidence while supporting them with strategies for success.
Who should I recommend?
Students in grades 2-5 who need additional reading and/or math support. Acceptance of second grade students will be dependent upon the number of available teachers.
When will the learning sessions take place?
Mondays and Tuesdays OR Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. starting Feb. 26th and ending April 9th. The exact days will be determined soon.
How will the learning take place?
Students will be grouped and assigned to a certified teacher based on their performance levels and learning needs. Based on teacher recommendations, students will participate in reading only, math only, or reading and math activities during each learning session.

January 22-January 26

Parents, we finally had our first full week of school in a long time. My students were finishing up their learning of line plots, visual elements and media in reading, along with static electricity. We are still working on opinion writing with the use of evidence. In addition, we are currently finishing up World War 1 and The Great Depression.

Key reminder:

Students should be reading every single night for a minimum of 30 minutes.

They also should be logging onto class websites: learningfarm.com, readworks.org, splashmath, conceptua, and studdyladder.


This week is a CRAZY week ! But, I hope everyone is safe and enjoying the days off.

Health project will be due on Monday 1/22/17 because we are out of school tomorrow.

Please make sure your child reads every night, as well as log onto class websites.





The following sites are helpful and I encourage students to use them while on this snow break.

Reminder:Students should be practicing their multiplication facts on a daily basis.


Week 21-Good start to Quarter 3

Hendricks Families,
5th grade Performing Arts Jan. 16.
Munch & Math Jan. 19, 8am-9am. Focus: strategies for 3rd Quarter Math.
Bites & Books Jan. 26, 8am-9am. Focus: strategies for 3rd Quarter Reading.
5th Grade Yearbook Ads FINAL due date is Jan. 31st. First come, first served. 
Quarter 3 lesson targets were updated.  Please locate them on the class blog and read through them. We are working on visual elements, multimedia, historical figure projects, line plots, as well static electricity.
Reminder: Weekly reports were sent home today. Please sign and return. Also, if you have not signed report card, please do so and return to school.
FYI: We studied static electricity this week and the students enjoyed it!

Week 20-Welcome back

It was great to see all my students back safely from their long break. This was a short 2 day week, but we most certainly started Quarter 3. I can’t believe we are half way through the year. This quarter we will continue diving into learning and preparing for the Georgia Milestones Testing. Report cards were sent home January 5, 2018. Parents, please sign and return the envelope.

January 11th-Fieldtrip meeting 7:30am and 5:00 pm

I cant believe its almost Winter Break

Our holiday party is Monday from 12:20-1:00 (set up time) 1-2pm (celebration time). All parents are welcomed! No younger siblings, please! Helping hands are very welcome and needed.

Remember: No ELECTRONICS at school! I am encouraging my students to wear a ugly sweater or holiday attire on MondayJ

Early release is on Tuesday and Wednesday at 12:30! Monday is a FULL school day! Please know how your child is getting home.