• Teachers

    Mr. Brent Byrum

    Mr. Nate Largent

    Mrs. Colleen London

    Mrs. Jenny Ford

    Mrs. Paula Walker (AG)

  • Fifth grade expectations: 

    As upperclassmen, you are expected to show leadership through modeling appropriate behavior for the rest of the student body.  You must be responsible for yourself to complete all work to the best of your ability, communicate from school to home, and practice skills learned at school to reach mastery.

    Over the summer, read atleast one good book, watch weather forecasts, make sure you have memorized all multiplication facts through the 12 times table and can quickly recall individual multiplication facts, spend some time exploring the various genres to determine what most interests you, keep a of summer activities, trips and thoughts.

    Below is an overview of what your child can expect to learn in fifth grade:


    •      Genetics
    •      Ecosystem
    •      Weather
    •      Heat Transfer
    •      Matter
    •      Force and Motion
    •      Human Body Systems


    • Place Value through the thousandths decimal place
    • Multiplication by up to two-digit numbers
    • division by up to 2-digit divisors
    • adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing mixed numbers and fractions,
    • geometry
    • measurement
    • graphing with an emphasis on coordinate graphing


    We will continue to build on literary skills by reading more challenging texts with stronger vocabulary. Students will be asked more rigorous questions that will require them to refer to the text, provide explicit facts and summarize.  

    Language Arts

    • Build vocabulary
    • Word structure
    • Writing: narratives, opinion, and information/research based

    Social Studies

    • Early exploration of America, American Revolution, civil war and economics




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  • Fifth Grade Supply List

    • 1 box of crayons (8 pack)
    • 4 dry erase markers
    • 4 highlighters (different colors)
    • 2 packs of loose leaf paper
    • 2 packs of #2 pencils
    • 2 boxes of tissue
    • 1 pencil pouch zippered (No boxes)
    • 2 five subject spiral notebooks
    • 2 pocket folder with holes to fit in binder
    • 1 1" 3 ring binder(No large zipper binders)
    • book bag/back pack (no wheels)
    • Hand sanitizer (Purell/Dial/GermX)
    • 2 five-subject spiral notebooks (wide rule with tab dividers)
    • package of 3X5 index cards
    • 1 red pen
    • 1 set of ear buds

    *AG list may be different

  • Field Trips

    • Anthropology of Native Americans (in-house)
    • Mary Starling Symphony Concert
  • Please consider donating the following items directly to your child's class:

    • Paper towels
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Dry earse markers
    • Clorox wipes
    • Index cards
    • Candy for rewards
    • Electric pencil sharpener
    • Yello #2 pencils
Last Modified on March 17, 2020