Grade 5 News

Hi there! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Here’s this week’s update.

Math – The students will learn how to divide decimals this. I’m planning on giving them an assessment over multiplying and dividing decimals on Tuesday, December 17th.

Reading – We will work on determining main ideas and details, using dictionaries and glossaries, and determining text structure this week.

Writing – The students will type their informational essays this week. I’m so proud of how hard they’ve been working on them.

Social Studies – This week we will focus on influential people of the 1920’s and life during the Roaring 20’s. Their test over WWI and the Roaring 20’s will be on Tuesday, December 17th. Please remind your child to start studying this week.

Grammar – This week we will focus on using conjunctions to make compound sentences and using conjunctions to combine words, phrases, and clauses. The students will have a quiz over using conjunctions on Friday.

Vocabulary – The students will have a test over the prefixes (bi- & tri-, quad-, co- & com-, and contra- & counter-) they have learned this quarter. They will need to know the ten words that go with each of these lists. That’s a total of 40 words, so please encourage them to study every night. We will review these words in class too.

Voyager of the Week – Congratulations to Caroline H. who is our Voyager of the Week! Caroline is always kind to everyone, and she is an excellent role model for our class and the entire school. I’m proud of you, Caroline!

Holiday Party – Our holiday party will be on 12/18 from 8:45-9:30. If you would like to volunteer for this party, please see our class Shutterfly page. All parents are invited to attend. I hope to see you there!

December 19th & 20th – The students and I decided that we want to have some fun the last two days before the holiday break. Therefore, December 19th will be Stinky Feet Day, and December 20th will be Pajama Day. The students can wear fuzzy socks and take their shoes off on the 19th and wear their favorite pajamas on the 20th.

Dates to Remember –

Friday, 12/13 – Contractions Quiz & Vocabulary Test

Tuesday, 12/17 – Math & Social Studies Test

Wednesday, 12/18 – Holiday Party @ 8:45

Thursday, 12/19 – Stinky Feet Day & Early Release

Friday, 12/20 – Pajama Day & Early Release

Monday, 12/23 – Friday, 1/3 – Winter/Holiday Break

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun

Grade 5 News

Hi everyone! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and got to spend some time with family and friends. Here is an update for this week.

Math – The students will learn how to multiply decimals this week. We will move on to dividing decimals the following week, and the students will have a test over multiplying and dividing decimals before the winter break.

Reading – We will focus on main idea, important details, and summarizing this week.

Writing – The students will begin drafting their informational essays on immigration this week. They will publish these essays before the winter break.

Social Studies – We will begin a unit on WWI tomorrow. The students will be tested over WWI before the break. I’ll let you know the exact test date as it gets closer.

Grammar – This week we will focus on using academic and domain specific vocabulary. The students will glue notes into their notebooks tomorrow, which they can use to study for their quiz on Friday.

Vocabulary – The students will have words that contain contra- and counter- this week. Their quiz over these words will be on Friday.

High Touch High Tech – The students will have their first session of High Touch High Tech on Thursday. They will participate in a lot of hands-on experiments and demonstrations. It should be a lot of fun!

Immigration Day – Immigration Day was a big success! The students looked fantastic, and they were well prepared. A big thank you to all of the parents that helped with preparations and for those who volunteered to help out on Immigration Day. We could not do this without you!

Voyager of the Week – Congratulations to Amelia who is our Voyager of the Week! Amelia shows courage every day by participating in classroom discussions and by being willing to answer difficult questions. Also, Amelia volunteered to be on the school announcements to promote Pajama Day during Acts of Kindness week. Way to go, Amelia!

Holiday Party – Our holiday party will be on 12/18 from 8:45-9:30. If you would like to volunteer for this party, a sign-up will be added to our Shutterfly page sometime soon. All parents are invited to attend. I hope to see you there!

Dates to Remember

Thursday, 12/5 – High Touch High Tech

Friday, 12/6 – Contra- & Counter- Quiz and Academic & Domain Vocabulary Quiz

Wednesday, 12/18 – Holiday Party @ 8:45

Thursday, 12/19 – Early Release

Friday, 12/20 – Early Release

Monday, 12/23 – Friday, 1/3 – Winter/Holiday Break

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun

 

Grade 5 News

Hi there! We have an exciting week ahead of us. Here is this week’s update.

Math – This week we will work on adding and subtracting decimals, and the students will have a test over writing decimals in standard, written, and expanded form, rounding decimals, and adding and subtracting decimals on Wednesday.

Reading – The students will learn how to determine main ideas and important details this week.

Writing – The students will finish researching immigration this week. Then they will determine at least three main ideas that they want to write about, and they will write the introduction paragraph to their informational essay on immigration.

Science – The students will have a test over classifying plants and animals on Thursday. I originally planned to give it on Wednesday. Please encourage your child to study their notes in their Science notebook.

Grammar – I will give the students a quiz over using commas after an introductory element on Wednesday. They have notes in their grammar notebook that they can use to study, and we will go over this standard in class on Monday and Tuesday.

Vocabulary – There won’t be a vocabulary quiz this week.

Voyagers of the Week – Congratulations to Alex and Manish on being our Voyagers of the Week! Both of these boys demonstrate courage on a daily basis. They aren’t afraid to answer difficult questions, and they participate and share their ideas with the class. Also, they consistently follow directions and encourage their classmates to make good decisions. Way to go boys! I’m proud of you!

Thank You – I can’t thank Jennifer Hickey and Dara Onori enough for everything they did for Acts of Kindness Week. It was an amazing week, and I’m so proud of all of the kindness we were able to spread at Mount Bethel and in our community. This week would not have been possible without their hard work. Thank you so much, Jennifer and Dara!!!

Immigration Day – Immigration Day is almost here! It’s this Friday, 11/22. Please make sure your child has started preparing for this day. They should be studying for their citizenship. Also, I have attached the packet of expectations for this day below. Please make sure your child does/has the following on Friday morning:

  1. Dresses like an immigrant from the early 1900’s
  2. Has their passport (I will give them their passport on Thursday.)
  3. Has $20 of fake money
  4. Brings in a dish of food from their home country
  5. Has their identity card around their neck
  6. Uses a pillowcase, bag, or suitcase to carry their lunch (Their pillowcase, bag, or suitcase must look like it is from the early 1900’s.)

Immigration Day Requirements and Expectations

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Dates to Remember –

Wednesday, 11/20 – Commas After an Introductory Element Quiz & Math Test

Thursday, 11/21 – Science Test

Friday, 11/22 – Immigration Day

Monday, 11/25 – Friday, 11/29 – Thanksgiving Break

Have a fantastic week and a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Sarah Rathbun

 

Immigration Day Identity Card Example

Hi there! Some of the students asked me to post a picture of an identity card example for Immigration Day. The photos below are of my daughter’s card that she made when she was in 5th grade. We printed it on standard size card stock. The thicker paper holds up better. Please let me know if you have any questions about the identity card or any other part of Immigration Day. Have a great night!

5th Grade News

Hi everyone! I hope you had a wonderful weekend! We have a busy week ahead. Here is an update.

Math – We will work on ordering, comparing, and rounding decimals this week.

Reading – We will begin working with nonfiction texts this week. The students will learn nonfiction text features, text structures, main ideas and details, and how to summarize this quarter.

Writing – The students will begin gathering research for their informational essays this week. They will write an informative essay on immigration this quarter.

Science – We will continue to learn about how scientists classify plants and animals this week. The students will have a test over this unit on 11/20. All of the notes they will need to study will be glued into their notebook by Friday. Please remind them to start studying this week.

Grammar –  This week we will focus on using a comma to separate an introductory element from the rest of the sentence. The students will have a quiz over this standard on Tuesday of next week.

Vocabulary – The students will have a quiz over the prefixes co- & com- on Friday. They will receive their list on Tuesday.

Acts of Kindness Week – This week is Acts of Kindness Week. The 5th grade students will spread kindness throughout our school and community.  Please see our schedule for AOK Week and the Acts of Kindness Parent Letter below.  We are asking each 5th grader to bring in the following by Mon. Nov. 11th:  1.) a copy of your child’s favorite new or gently used book to be given to a 5th grader at Brumby Elementary School, and 2.) deodorant (5 or more). Each 5th grade class is bringing in a specific hygiene item that will be donated to an organization called Simple Needs, and my class was asked to donate deodorant. All donations will be combined, and the 5th graders will assemble hygiene packs on Wednesday. Many of our Mt. Bethel families have been blessed with the ability to donate items to those less fortunate, and I look forward to being overwhelmed with our class participation in this long-standing 5th grade tradition!

AOK 5th Grade Parents letter

AOK Schedule

Wonder Field Trip – The 5th grade class will go to the Merchant’s Walk Theater to see the movie Wonder on Friday. This field trip will wrap up our Acts of Kindness Week. The cost of this trip is $15 and includes a popcorn and a Sprite or water. The students will not be allowed to purchase other snacks, so please do not send them with money. In addition, the students should wear their class t-shirt that day. Also, only five students ordered a sack lunch, so most of the students will need to bring a lunch on Friday. Their lunch does not need to be disposable because we will eat in my classroom when we return from seeing the movie.

Immigration Day – Immigration Day is on Friday, November 22nd. The students were given two packets of information about this event. One packet gives a brief overview of the requirements and expectations for this day. The other packet goes into more detail about the requirements and expectations. I have posted the packets below in case you have misplaced the ones that were sent home. Also, the students will take a citizenship test as part of Immigration Day simulation. This test will count as a S.S. test grade for 2nd quarter. The students were given their study guide last Monday, and it is due tomorrow. We will go over the answers, and then the students will have the next two weeks to study for this test. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Immigration Day Information

Immigration Day Requirements and Expectations

Rap Project Beats– Please preview the beats that are available for the rap project by clicking the link below.

https://www.flocabulary.com/warp/beats/

Dates to Remember –

Monday, 11/11 – Book & Deodorant Donations Due and Citizenship Study Guide Due

Friday, 11/15 – Co- & Com- Quiz & Wonder Field Trip

Tuesday, 11/19 – Quiz Over Commas to Separate an Introductory Element

Wednesday, 11/20 – Classifying Plants & Animals Quiz

Friday, 11/22 – Immigration Day

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun

 

Grade 5 News

Hi there! We have a lot going this month. Please read the information below and contact me if you have any questions.

Math – The students will begin a decimals unit this week. We will cover place value and comparing, ordering, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals in this unit.

Reading – We will begin working with nonfiction texts this week. The students will learn nonfiction text features, text structures, main ideas and details, and how to summarize this quarter.

Writing – We will begin learning how to write informational essays this week. The students will research and write an informative essay on immigration this quarter.

Science – We began a unit of classifying animals and plants on Friday. The students will have a test over this unit on either 11/20 or 11/21. I will let you know the exact date as it gets closer. The students are highly encouraged to study throughout the unit. They can use the notes that we glue into their Science notebook to prepare for this test.

Grammar – We will continue to focus on using commas in a series. The students will have a test over this standard on Friday.

Vocabulary – The students will have a quiz over idioms, proverbs, and adages on Wednesday. They were originally supposed to take this quiz last Friday, but I pushed it back in order to give them more time to prepare. We will review tomorrow in class, and I will also give them a study guide. Also, the students will have a quiz over words that contain the quad- prefix on Friday. They will receive their list tomorrow.

Halloween Snacks – Thank you so much to Audrey, Brielle, Bridget, Laurel, and Nikoletta for bringing in some yummy Halloween treats for us last week!

Voyager of the Week – Congratulations to Sam on being our Voyager of the Week! Sam demonstrates perseverance every day. He works hard and never gives up when something gets difficult. Way to go, Sam!

Acts of Kindness Week – Acts of Kindness Week will be November 11th-15th. The 5th grade students will spread kindness throughout our school and community that week.  Please see our schedule for this week and the Acts of Kindness Parent Letter below.  We are asking each 5th grader to bring in the following by Mon. Nov. 11th:  1.) a copy of your child’s favorite new or gently used book to be given to a 5th grader at Brumby Elementary School, and 2.) deodorant (5 or more). Each 5th grade class is bringing in a specific hygiene item that will be donated to an organization called Simple Needs, and my class was asked to donate deodorant. All donations will be combined, and the 5th graders will assemble hygiene packs during Acts of Kindness Week. Many of our Mt. Bethel families have been blessed with the ability to donate items to those less fortunate, and I look forward to being overwhelmed with our class participation in this long-standing 5th grade tradition!

AOK 5th Grade Parents letter

AOK Schedule

Wonder Field Trip – The 5th grade class will go to Merchant’s Walk Theater to see the movie Wonder on Friday, 11/15. This field trip will wrap up our Acts of Kindness Week. The cost of this trip is $15 and includes a popcorn and a Sprite or water. The students will not be allowed to purchase other snacks, so please do not send them with money. In addition, the students should wear their class t-shirt that day. Also, only five students ordered a sack lunch, so most of the students will need to bring a lunch on the day of our field trip. Their lunch does not need to be disposable because we will eat in my classroom when we return from seeing the movie. Last, please return the permission slip and payment ASAP. Payments can also be made on MyPaymentsPlus.

Immigration Day – Immigration Day is on Friday, November 22nd. The students were given two packets of information about this event. One packet gives a brief overview of the requirements and expectations for this day. It also has a portion that needs to be signed by a parent and returned to school. It was due last Tuesday, and I still have about five students who have not turned it in. Please send it back to school ASAP. The other packet goes into more detail about the requirements and expectations. I have posted the packets below in case you have misplaced the ones that were sent home. Also, the students will take a citizenship test as part of Immigration Day simulation. This test will count as a S.S. test grade for 2nd quarter. The students will be given their study guide tomorrow. It is due back to class on Monday 11/11. We will go over the answers that day, and then the students will have two weeks to study for this test. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Immigration Day Information

Immigration Day Requirements and Expectations

Dates to Remember –

Tuesday, 11/5  – No School

Wednesday, 11/6 – Idioms, Proverbs, & Adages Quiz

Friday, 11/8 – Commas in a Series Quiz & Quad- Quiz

Monday, 11/11 – Book & Deodorant Donations Due and Citizenship Study Guide Due

Friday, 11/15 – Wonder Field Trip

Friday, 11/22 – Immigration Day

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun

Grade 5 News

Hi everyone! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Here is an update for this week.

Math – We will continue working on numerical expressions. The students will have a quiz over the order of operations and numerical expressions on Friday.

Reading – We will finish learning about and discussing theme this week, and we will then focus on nonfiction texts next week.

Writing– This week we will focus on recognizing and correcting run-on sentences and punctuating dialogue correctly.

Social Studies – The students will have a test over the turn of the century on Wednesday. Everything they need to know is in their Social Studies notebook. Please encourage them to study.

Grammar – This week we will focus on using commas in a series. The students will not have a test over this standard until next week.

Vocabulary – The students will have a quiz over idioms, proverbs, and adages on Friday. They will glue in notes and examples of idioms, proverbs, and adages into their notebooks tomorrow. They can use these pages to prepare for the quiz.

Immigration Day – Immigration Day is on Friday, November 22nd. Information about this event went home on Wednesday. One packet gives a brief overview of requirements and expectations. It also has a portion that needs to be signed by a parent and returned to school by this Tuesday. The other packet goes into more detail about the requirements and expectations. I have posted the packets below in case you have misplaced the ones that were sent home. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Immigration Day Information

Immigration Day Requirements and Expectations

Walton Cluster Night – Wednesday, October 30th will be the second Walton Cluster Night. On this night, Walton and all schools that feed into Walton will not have homework. These schools will also not have any tests the following day. It is our hope that families will take advantage of this opportunity and spend time together connecting, sharing a meal, playing a game, or just having a little break.

Voyager of the Week – Congratulations to Bea who is our Voyager of the Week! Bea puts 100% into everything she does, she asks questions to clarify directions, and she never gives up. Way to go, Bea!

Bananarama – Bananaramas are due on Thursday for those students who chose to take on this optional project. If you misplaced your flier, click here. I can’t wait to see their creations!

Thank You! – Thank you so much to Laura Pettus for coming with us to the Dunwoody Nature Center. We had a great time!

Patron Drive – Our Patron Drive ends on Thursday. Our foundation does so much for our school, and they wouldn’t be able to do it without the help of our wonderful families. Each family is asked to donate $125 per student.  This money pays for instructor salaries, professional development for teachers, updated technology, and important STEM Lab and classroom instructional materials.  PLEASE DONATE TODAY!

Dates to Remember –

Wednesday, 10/30 – Social Studies Test & Walton Cluster Night

Thursday, 10/31 – Bananaramas Due

Friday, 11/1 – Idioms, Proverbs, & Adages Quiz

Tuesday, 11/5  – No School

Friday, 11/15 – Wonder Field Trip (Information will be sent home this Friday.)

Friday, 11/22 – Immigration Day

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun

 

Grade 5 News

Hi everyone! I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend despite the rainy weather today. I really enjoyed talking to all of you this week during conferences. It’s easy to see why I have such wonderful students after meeting and chatting with all of you.

Here is an update for this week.

Math – We will focus on the order of operations most of this week. Next, we will move on to writing and understanding expressions.

Reading – We will continue to work on determining the theme of a story this week. Also, the students will have their last book club on Monday. We will then focus on nonfiction texts in 2nd quarter.

Writing– The students will finish up their second narrative essay this week. They will then write a third narrative before moving on to informational writing. Our focus for the last narrative will be writing effective endings, recognizing and correcting run-on sentences, adding figurative language and detail, and punctuating dialogue correctly.

Social Studies – This week the students will learn about inventors such as Thomas Edison and George Washington Carver. Also, cover the Spanish-American War. Their test over this information will be on Wednesday, October 30th. Everything the students need to study will be in their Social Studies notebook. We will glue in our last notes on Monday, October 28th. Please encourage your child to begin studying this week.

Grammar – The students will learn how to use underlining, quotation marks, or italics to indicate titles of works. They will have a titles quiz on Friday.

Vocabulary – This week we will focus on the prefixes bi- and tri-. The students will have a quiz 0n both of these prefixes on Friday.

Voyager of the Week – Congratulations to Audrey who is our Voyager of the Week! Audrey always tries her best on everything she does, and she perseveres when something is difficult. I’m so proud of you, Audrey!

Bananarama – Bananaramas are due on Thursday, October 31st for those students who chose to take on this optional project. If you misplaced your flier, click here. I can’t wait to see their creations!

Dunwoody Nature Center – We will go to the Dunwoody Nature Center on this Wednesday, October 23rd. We will eat lunch at the nature center, so if your child brings a lunch from home, it must be completely disposable and labeled with their name. Also, I don’t know if we will get our class t-shirts before Wednesday, but if we do, please have your child wear it that day. We will be outside the entire time that we are there, so please check the weather and make sure your child is dressed appropriately.

Patron Drive – Our Patron Drive is still going on. Our foundation does so much for our school, and they wouldn’t be able to do it without the help of our wonderful families. Each family is asked to donate $125 per student.  This money pays for instructor salaries, professional development for teachers, updated technology, and important STEM Lab and classroom instructional materials.  Please donate today!

Dates to Remember –

Wednesday, 10/23 – Dunwoody Nature Center Field Trip

Friday, 10/25 – Bi- & Tri- and Titles Quizzes

Wednesday, 10/30 – Social Studies Test

Thursday, 10/31 – Bananaramas Due

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun

 

Grade 5 News

Hi! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Here is an update for this week.

Math – The students will take a division assessment on Tuesday. Then we will move on to learning about the order of operations.

Reading – This week the students will get their last book club assignment, which will be due on 10/21. Also, we will continue to learn about theme.

Writing – We didn’t have time to start our second narrative last week, so the students will write them this week. We will spend the next two weeks on narratives, and then we will move on to informative writing during the last week of October.

Grammar – We will focus on reducing and expanding sentences this week. The students will have a quiz over combining, reducing, and expanding sentences on Friday.

Social Studies – This week we will focus on the Transcontinental Railroad and then move on to immigration.

Voyager of the Week – Congratulations to Zach N. who is our Voyager of the Week! He did a wonderful job persevering this week. We worked through a lot of difficult division problems, and he never gave up. Keep up the great work, Zach!

Bananarama – Information about the optional Bananarama project went home on the Friday before the break. If you misplaced your flier, click here. It’s a lot of fun, and it’s not due until Oct. 31st.

Dunwoody Nature Center – We will go to the Dunwoody Nature Center on Wednesday, October 23rd. We will eat lunch at the nature center that day, so if your child brings a lunch from home, it must be completely disposable and labeled with their name.

Conference Week – Monday, October 14th through Friday, October 18th is conference week. The students will have early release every day this week. Please make sure you send in a note if your child will be going home differently than usual. Please note that there will be no FACT Clubs this week.

Patron Drive – Envelopes regarding the Patron Drive were sent home at the beginning of October.  Our foundation does so much for our school, and they wouldn’t be able to do it without the help of our wonderful families. Each family is asked to donate $125 per student.  This money pays for instructor salaries, professional development for teachers, updated technology, and important STEM Lab and classroom instructional materials.  Please donate today!

Dates to Remember –

Monday, 10/14 – Friday, 10/18 – Conference Week & Early Release

Friday, 10/18 – Combining, Reducing, & Expanding Sentences Quiz

Wednesday, 10/23 – Dunwoody Nature Center Field Trip

Thursday, 10/31 – Bananaramas Due

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun

Grade 5 News

Hi there! I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend and enjoying the cooler weather. It’s finally starting to feel like fall!

Here is an update for this week.

Math – We will finish our division unit this week. The students will have a quiz over dividing bigger numbers and interpreting remainders on Friday. The students will learn the order of operations next.

Writing – Most of the students finished typing their narratives on Friday. They will work on a second narrative this week that will be due by Friday. They are allowed to work on their writing at home, but they should have enough time to finish it in class.

Reading – The students will have their second book club on Monday. Please check with your child and make sure that they have finished their assignment. I had a few students that said they needed to finish it over the weekend.

Social Studies – We will begin a new unit on the turn of the century and immigration on Monday. My plan is to give a test over this unit at the end of the month. I’ll let you know the exact date as it gets closer.

Vocabulary – The students will have a prefix test on Friday. It will be over the five prefixes they have learned so far this year (pre-, post-, mono-, poly-, and uni-). Please have your child study throughout the week.

Voyagers of the Week – Congratulations to Madden & Simon who are our Voyagers of the Week! They both do a wonderful job working with others and following directions. I appreciate their hard work!

Thank You – Thank you so much to our Trained Parent Volunteers for taking care of my class on Friday. I really appreciate Mrs. Tchoryk, Mrs. Foresman, and Mrs. Sack for helping me out. It was so nice to have that time to work with my team. Also, Mrs. Tchoryk, the cookies were delicious!

Bananarama – Information about the optional Bananarama project went home on the Friday before the break. If you misplaced your flier, click here. It’s a lot of fun, and it’s not due until Oct. 31st.

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Field Trip – We will go to see the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra on Tuesday, October 8th. Students are expected to dress up that day. Also, we will eat lunch after we get back, so please have your child bring a big snack that they can eat before we leave.

Dunwoody Nature Center – We will go to the Dunwoody Nature Center on Wednesday, October 23rd. We will eat lunch at the nature center that day, so if your child brings a lunch from home, it must be completely disposable and labeled with their name.

Early Release & Conference Week – Thursday, October 10 is an early release day. Dismissal should be complete by 12:30. There will still be FACT clubs that day, and they will be at the usual time. Also, October 14th through October 18th is conference week. The students will have early release every day that week. Please make sure you send in a note if your child will be going home differently than usual. Please note that there will be no FACT Clubs that week.

Patron Drive – Envelopes regarding the Patron Drive were sent home last week.  Our foundation does so much for our school, and they wouldn’t be able to do it without the help of our wonderful families. Each family is asked to donate $125 per student.  This money pays for instructor salaries, professional development for teachers, updated technology, and important STEM Lab and classroom instructional materials.  Please donate today!

Dates to Remember –

Tuesday, 10/8 – Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Field Trip

Thursday, 10/10 – Early Release

Friday, 10/11 – Prefix Test

Monday, 10/14 – Friday, 10/18 – Conference Week & Early Release

Wednesday, 10/23 – Dunwoody Nature Center Field Trip

Have a wonderful week!

Sarah Rathbun