Mrs.Susan M.Worosz ~~Grade 5 Room 404
B.S. Major: Psychology
Minor: Elementary Education
SCHOOL PHONE NUMBER: 609-296-1719
Mrs. W's Phone: (609) 296-1719 Ext. 2648
WE ARE GOOD EGGS!
WE ARE GOOD EGGS!
Read chapter 14
Math- study practice test. test on chapter 8
For those of you who missed today for Take Your Child to Work Day, here is what you missed:
Gilly Chapter 13
Math Practice test
Steam Lab activity
Finished Social Studies Weekly
April 24, 2017
Reading: Read chapter 8
Math: Lesson 8.4 p 515-516 chapter test on Thursday
April 20, 2017
Reading - Read Chapter 6
Math - wb pg 507-508 REMEMBER : whatever is being divided is the numerator, what you are dividing by is the denominator. Show your work and simplfy the fractions.
Book Fair Monday
APRIL 18, 2017
Welcome Back! This is Mrs. Pasterkiewicz (formerly Cleland). I hope everyone enjoyed the break. The weather was great! Your children were also great for the PARCC. They were very sweet in welcoming me back to school. I appreciate all the well wishes!
Like Mrs. Worosz, I will be posting things on the website to keep you informed about classroom activities. If you have any questions, they need to be sent to my email as I do not have access to hers. Jpasterkiewicz@lehsd.k12.nj.us
LIBRARY MAKE-UP DAY IS TOMORROW WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 BRING BOOKS TO SCHOOL! BOOK FAIR STARTS FRIDAY
WEEK OF APRIL 18
Reading: began Novel study with the book "The Great Gilly Hopkins" We will read a chapter together in school and the students will read one at home. When they come back to school they will answer a question about what they read the night before.
Math: we began Chapter 8 - dividing fractions
HOMEWORK FOR APRIL 18
Reading: read chapter 2
Math: Lesson 8.1 p 495-496
Bring in any STEAM Lab stuff if you can
5W CREW--ENJOY YOUR SPRING BREAK!
SCHOOL RESTARTS ON 4/18--TUESDAY!
WHAT COLOR IS RETIRING? WHAT NEW COLOR IS COMING SOON?
LOOKING AHEAD--FIELD DAY IS MAY 25TH!
FIELD TRIP IS JUNE 9TH!
FAMILY READING NIGHT IS 4/25/17
BOOK FAIR IS THAT WEEK, TOO! IT WILL BE MONDAY FOR 5W--YOUR SCHEDULED LIBRARY TIME.
color run--PLEASE SIGN UP AND PARTICIPATE!
ON FRIDAY, WE DISCUSSED AND WROTE ABOUT THE SONG BY JOURNEY...."JUST KEEP BELIEVIN...."
Be positive! Each day is a brand new day to start anew. Look at all you have accomplished this year, 5W! Believe in yourselves and each other! Yes, we can do many things together. Keep up the great work and learn as much as you can! You are successful in many ways. Keep trying and do your personal best. I believe in you! I am so very proud of you!
During Trimester 3:
.Think of how much you have grown this year in this class, and be the best you can become!
AS OUR 5W CREW SETS GOALS FOR TRIMESTER 3, THINK AND REFLECT UPON THE FOLLOWING:
GO MATH--THINK CENTRAL! DO YOUR BEST AND STAY SHARP! REVIEW WITH THESE ANIMATED MODELS.
ATTENTION 5W CREW--NEW ANIMATED MODEL TASKS HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED TO YOU ON THINK CENTRAL. THESE ARE DATED UNTIL JUNE 15TH, SO YOU CAN WORK ON THESE AND REVIEW YOUR MATH. WORK CAREFULLY AND USE THESE AS REVIEW. IF YOU DO A FEW EACH DAY, YOU WILL FINISH BY THE END OF THE YEAR. STAY SHARP WITH YOUR MATH SKILLS! THESE CAN BE DONE AT HOME AND SCHOOL.
April Spirit Days
Wear BLUE for Autism Awareness
Tie Dye Day
Don’t forget to show your school spirit on April 22nd at
The Second Annual Community Color Run!
~Tickets on sale now through April 5th~
CONGRATULATIONS! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND EFFORT!
HONOR ROLL RECOGNITION--WOW! WAY TO GO! 10 OUT OF 20 STUDENTS!
MERIT HONOR ROLL:
3'S AND NO MINUSES
(3'S &4'S) AND NO MINUSES
5W CREW--SET YOUR GOALS HIGH! WORK HARD, PUT FORTH THE EFFORT, FOCUS, TRY AND YOU WILL SUCCEED! I BELIEVE IN YOU! TRY YOUR BEST! YOU NEED TO BELIEVE IN YOURSELF AND WORK HARD! HARD WORK YIELDS SUCCESS!
LESSON 15 VOCABULARY
tedious--boring or annoying
peal--a sudden, loud sound
rural--country areas that often have many farms and few people
summons--an official request for you to go somewhere
mocking--imitating someone in an insulting way
personally--something done by a person with no help form anyone else
efficient--getting maximum results from minimum work; wasting nothing
organize--to arrange things according to a system
lacked--didn't have something necessary
mimic--having qualities of imitating or copying something
Attention 5W students:
Please check the calendar on Homework and events page to know what's happening in 5W!
"Change your thoughts and you change your world." Norman Vincent Peale
Motto for the week: Be positive! I can! We can!
Visit the new falcon cam:
visit the Eagle cam and get updates:
I. VISIT AND WORK AT FOG STONE ISLE! THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO IMPROVE YOUR FRACTION SKILLS! IN TWO WEEKS, WE WILL DISPLAY OUR WORK, SO BE READY!
PERHAPS OVER THE WEEKEND, YOU MAY LIKE TO WORK ON YOUR BUILDINGS AT FOG STONE ISLE! HERE IS THE SITE:
II READ DAILY YOUR ARC CHPT. BOOK, YOUR CURRENT SCIENCE CHAPTER, YOUR CURRENT SS STUDIES WEEKLY MAGAZINE, INFORMATIONAL TEXT. BECOME AN EXPERT IN A TOPIC EACH WEEK1
Take time to read daily at least one hour! You need to finish an ARC chapter book each week, and many of you are now doing this! Wonderful! Way to go! The more you read, the more you will succeed. Do you know that strong readers become strong writers! Strong writers are strong readers. Read daily, and read a variety of genre. Choose an informational topic each week and become an expert. Go to your local library or school library and read as much informational text as you can!
#3. VISIT THINK CENTRAL AND REFLEX OFTEN! COMPLETE THE TASKS WAITING FOR YOU AND BECOME SHARPER AND BETTER AT MATH! THIS IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!
#4 CHECK AND ORGANIZE YOUR BINDER 2X/ DAY. THIS IS YOUR JOB. LEAVE PAST PAPERS AT HOME IN A SAFE PLACE. HAVE YOUR BINDER SLIM AND TRIM. BE READY TO WORK ON TUESDAY!
PLEASE BE PREPARED FOR CLASS WITH TWO SHARPENED PENCILS, A RED STICK PEN AND A BLUE OR BLACK STICK PEN. BE READY TO WORK! PLEASE LEAVE ALL TOYS AND UNNECESSARY ITEMS AT HOME,TOO. THANK YOU!
THE EAGLE CAM IS BACK:
Rutger's programs--free family nights and Saturday programs:
Let's try to attend this one....
Project PORTS: Promoting Oyster Restoration Through Schools March 9th, 2017 7:00 PM-8:00 PM Project PORTS is a community-based restoration program that gives K-12 students an opportunity to experience environmental stewardship first hand as they help restore critical oyster habitat. Developed and coordinated by the Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory, Rutgers University. Come see how oysters are shaping students into becoming informed environmental stewards. Presentation by Lisa Calvo
Frog Pond Elementary School
305 Frog Pond Road
Little Egg Harbor, NJ 08087
Mrs. Susan Worosz
609-296-1719 Ext. 2648
update on an endangered species of NJ:
HEY--YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO THESE PROGRAMS, BUT YOU HAVE TO SIGN UP AHEAD OF TIME:
THE FIRST PROGRAM WILL BE ON Tuesday, 1/24 ON THE LEATHERBACK TURTLE!
The Leatherback Sea Turtle
January 24th, 2017
7:00PM - 8:00PM
The oldest of all sea turtle species, and one of the largest reptiles on Earth, can ne seen swimming off the New Jersey Coastline! The leatherback sea turtle is certainly one of a kind, traveling thou-sands of miles each year, and possessing unique adaptations to help it survive. We will discuss the biology, ecology, threats, and conservation efforts of this ancient gentle giant.
Presentation by Kaitlin Gannon--a new scientist on board at Rutgers!
Come on out and see what these programs are about! Hope to see you there!
VIEW ALL PUBLIC PROGRAMS:
HEY, HERE ARE SOME SATURDAY PROGRAMS: YOU NEED TO SIGN UP AND REGISTER!
topics: REPTILES ROCK 2/18
SNOW DAY--MIGRATION ANIMALS 1/28
FOR A LIST OF ALL THE PROGRAMS:
hey...try these fun games.....
This may help with work on commas....
1/16/17~~MONDAY SCHOOL IS CLOSED--
REMEMBER THE DREAM OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'"
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
2/3/17 ~~FRIDAY SCHOOL IS CLOSED FOR STUDENTS--
TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS
2/17--2/20 ~~SCHOOL CLOSED --
CONFERENCE DATES: 3/22 (WED.), 3/30 (THURS.) AND 4/5 (WED)--INFORMATION COMING AT A LATER DATE!
SPRING BREAK: APRIL 8--17TH SCHOOL RESUMES ON 4/18 TUESDAY!
STUDY FOR THE SPELLING BEE--#3 ON MONDAY!
CONGRATS TO SHAREEF AND FAITH OUR 5W SPELLING BEE REPRESENTATIVES SO FAR! WE NEED ONE MORE! YOU ARE REALLY STUDYING WELL! GRADE 5 AND 6 WORDS ON MONDAY!
1/5--1/6 100% turn around! 5W you are the CREW! PROUD OF YOUR HARD WORK AND EFFORT ALL WEEK!
HEY--TRY SOME GO-NOODLE.....STAY SAFE THIS WEEKEND!
1/4/17~~ 12 MINUTES OFF TASK TODAY! YES, MUCH BETTER! WE GOT A LOT OF OUR WORK DONE TODAY! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK AND COOPERATION! FOCUS. DO YOUR PERSONAL BEST. WE ARE BACK ON TRACK! LET'S DECREASE THIS NUMBER TOMORROW! PROUD OF YOUR EFFORTS!
LESSON 10 COUGARS VOCABULARY
Available—ready to be used or taken
Particular—specific, or special
Keen-sharp and alert
Detecting—finding, discovering, searching
Mature—grow and develop over time
Vary—to change something
Unobserved—hidden/ not noticed
Ferocious—aggressive, mean, scary
Contentment—happiness/ peacefulness, serenity
WHAT ARE YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS?
LET'S THINK ABOUT SETTING SOME NEW GOALS FOR THE REMAINDER OF OUR SCHOOL YEAR!
REFLECT UPON THE BOOK, WONDER!
“MR. BROWNE'S SEPTEMBER PRECEPT:
WHEN GIVEN THE CHOICE BETWEEN BEING
RIGHT OR BEING KIND, CHOOSE KIND.”
― R.J. Palacio,
“If every person in this room made it a rule that wherever you are, whenever you can, you will try to act a little kinder than is necessary - the world really would be a better place. And if you do this, if you act just a little kinder than is necessary, someone else, somewhere, someday, may recognize in you, in every single one of you, the face of God.”
― R.J. Palacio,
BEST WISHES TO ALL OF YOU 5W FOR A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! ENJOY YOUR TIME OFF TOGETHER. BE SAFE AND HAVE FUN!
Remember to study for the spelling bee!
SOME HOLIDAY FUN....TRY OUT THE CODING AND READ ABOUT THE TRADITIONS