WELCOME TO 5th Grade in P8!
Mrs. Diana Rogers
*FYI-this website and some other links may still use my maiden name- hogan.
Memoir Writing Unit Resources!
The Last Night by Ralph Fletcher.docx
Memoirs of a Goldfish by Devin Scillian
Memoir Writing Rubric 5th Grade - Sheet1.pdf
Opinion Writing Unit Resources
5th Grade Opinion Rubric.pdf
5th Grade Opinion Illustrated checklist.pdf
School Uniforms 3.pdf
School Uniforms 2.pdf
School Uniforms 1.pdf
Informational Writing Project.pptx
Mrs. Jackson, Mr. Morrow and Mrs. Guillen have teamed up and put all of their information and activities in one spot!
Check it out!
Number of the Day!
Use the number rolled here or roll your own 7 digit number!
Write the number in standard form, expanded form, word form!
Start with your number-
-Multiply by 10
-Divide by 10
2 minute plank
25 jumping jacks
15 sit ups
Math: Module 4: Multiplication and Division of Fractions and Fraction Decimals
Writing: Informational 5th Grade Information Rubric.pdf
Reading: Tackling Complexity in Nonfiction Texts
Social Studies: Unit 1 US First People and Early Colonization
Science: Unit Overview - 5th Life Science.docx
Math: Module 5- Volume
Reading: Poetry and Narrative Fiction
Social Studies: US Revolution
Science: Force and Motion
10:20-10:30 Morning Meeting
12:00-12:15 Read Aloud
12:15-1:00 Reading Lesson/Read to Self
1:00-1:50 Social Studies/Science
2:40-3:30 Reading- Word Work- Read to Self- Small Groups
3:30-3:40 Pack up/Closing Circle/Appreciations
Understanding the Matrix
Online communities and platforms
Online Communication Practices
Morning Meeting and Gratitude Circles
Greetings are mandatory,
sharing is optional
20 BOOK CHALLENGE~
Students are expected to read at least 20 books by the end of the year~ They must read across genres and follow the grid. They will complete the page attached for fiction/nonfiction books after they have completed the book. Have fun reading!
20 Book Challenge tracking sheet (3).docx
I finished a book- Book Challenge.docx
Day 1: Write
Day 2: Alphabetize and write
Day 3: Define
Embarc Eureka Math Grade 5
Epic Class Code: rju5800
Prodigy Class Code: 4B164B
Scholastic Class Code: TRBDZ
Typing Club: clarkp8.typingclub.com
Hello Clark Sharks
I am still grappling with the news that our school will be closed for the remainder of the year. In some ways I knew this was coming, but who could be prepared for this? There are so many feelings I am experiencing right now: regret, worry, empathy, sadness. I often wonder how we will navigate this new landscape and make it through the next three months. Together, that’s how! I love this community more than words can express. And that is what will steer us during this difficult time. We will make our way home. It may not be this school year, but we will find our way back together and it will be joyous when we do.
I am so grateful to our parents and families; this is a difficult time! I appreciate what you are all doing to keep our students engaged and practicing the things we have learned so far this school year. We continue to work with our district and state leaders to make sure we are on track to support our Clark students. New information comes out almost daily and although it doesn’t always give us the answers we are looking for, we are committed to staying on the path that will support all of our Clark Sharks as best as we can. I know that teachers continue to work hard to put together meaningful resources, meeting the needs of our school and community.
Superintendent Thiele sent an update on At Home Learning on Thursday, April 2. Here are some important take-aways to note:
Thank you for your grace and patience as we work to address the challenges resulting from the closure of our schools. We miss working directly with our students, but we are committed to making this Remote Teaching and At Home Learning experience positive and productive.
Stay safe, stay strong, and as much as you can, stay home. I miss you ALL VERY much.
This week we are bringing you Spring Break BINGO! Boxes that are GREEN are activities with an academic focus. Boxes that are BLUE are activities with a social-emotional focus. Try and mix it up! Once you complete 5 in a row in any direction, email Mrs. Otley to be entered into a drawing for a free book!
What: All of you are supporting your child(ren) in learning, many of you are working from home or on the frontlines, and some of you had to cancel some much-needed relaxation time over Spring Break due to the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order. We want to offer some semblance of structure to your day while also giving you an opportunity to make memories as a family.
Mariel Laughlin, Instructional Coach, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kylie Massey, Counselor, email@example.com
Jessica Wride, Positive Behavior and Social Emotional Support Coach, firstname.lastname@example.org
SPING BREAK BINGO.pdf
Hi Clark Families,
Here’s this week’s specialist news: https://sway.office.com/m92eMtDSBleo76Ci?ref=Link
Please don't hesitate to reach out to any of us individually if you have questions. We hope you are all well and miss seeing everyone!
Tracy Guillen and Trisha Snyder (Librarians)
Gina Jackson and Brittany Hogan (PE Specialists)
John Morrow and Kathryn Dean (Music Specialists)
Earth Day is on April 22nd, and this year is the 50th Anniversary!
ISD Earth Month Calendar.pdf
ISD Schools Closed for Remainder of School Year
Dear ISD Families,
On April 6, Governor Inslee announced that schools will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus. During this closure, all schools in the ISD will remain closed. Without these restrictions, the rate of infection will overwhelm the healthcare system, according to public health authorities.
We understand that continued school closures are difficult on students, staff, families and the entire community. This is disappointing news for all of us. The extended closure also raises numerous questions for students and families. We are working quickly to answer your questions as soon as possible. To read the full message from the ISD Leadership team, including information on what we know now, please click here.
Special Education Update - Remote Teaching At Home Learning Plan
Dear Issaquah School District students and families in special education:
The Issaquah School District (ISD) update on April 2, 2020 for “Remote Teaching and At-Home Learning” to begin on April 20, 2020” is the foundation for how learning will continue for students in Issaquah Schools during the statewide school closure. Special education services and supports will continue, although services will not be identical to what was offered while attending school in the buildings. Our goal is to support your student and your family as well as we can under the ever-changing circumstances. We are committed to partnering with you and collaborating to provide special education services and supports. Members of your student’s IEP team will reach out via email, phone call or survey within the next few days to gather information about your student’s current circumstances.
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION UPDATES
Pre-Kindergarten ScreenerDue to the school closure being extended to the end of the school year, the Pre K Screener normally administered in the spring after students have registered for kindergarten is now cancelled.
Kindergarten Dual Language LotteryDue to the school closure, the Dual Language Lottery which was scheduled for April 1 has been postponed. A new date will be communicated when a plan has been determined.
Second Grade Highly Capable TestingPrior to the school closures a great majority of the second grade Highly Capable eligibility testing was completed. The completed tests have been mailed to the vendor for scoring. When those scores are returned, the Multidisciplinary Selection Committee will move forward with determining eligibility. Second grade families will be notified about eligibility decisions as soon as possible with the goal of completing the eligibility process for second grade prior to the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
Multiple possibilities are currently being explored for offering make-up opportunities to students who missed all or some sections of the IOWA test. Information about make-up opportunities will be shared as soon as they are available.
New Student Highly Capable Referral ProcessThe Highly Capable Program Newly Enrolled Student referral process is now online. Newly enrolled families who would like to refer their students to the Highly Capable Program can email the Highly Capable Program to request the New Student Referral Form. Students who meet the screening criteria will be assessed prior to the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
Science Technology Magnet Program Enrollment/LotteryFamilies interested in enrolling their students in the Science Technology Magnet Program lottery are required to complete the Science Technology Magnet Program Online Module. This online module takes the place of the previously required parent meeting. Once this module is complete you will be sent the enrollment lottery application. The deadline for submitting the enrollment lottery application is Monday, April 20, 2020.
While the in-person lottery event originally scheduled for April 22, 2020 at the King County Library Service Center is cancelled, multiple possibilities are being explored for conducting a remote or virtual lottery later this spring to determine selection into the Science Technology Magnet Program. Updates about the lottery will be shared as soon as they are available.
To request a returning family lottery application or to ask a question please email the Science Technology Magnet Program.
Fifth Grade CampNow that school has been cancelled for the remained of the school year, all 5th grade camp field trips have also been cancelled. Reimbursements for families who had already paid for camp will be handled on a school by school basis.
Overview of Weekly Learning June 1-5.docx
Overview of Weekly Learning May 26-29.docx
Overview of Weekly Learning May 18-22.docx
Overview of Weekly Learning May 11-15.docx
Overview of Weekly Learning May 4- May 8.docx
Overview of Weekly Learning April 27-May 1.docx
Overview of Weekly Learning April 20-24.docx
Week 3 Activity Options.docx
Week 3 Sort 3 Homophones.docx
Week 2 Activity Options.docx
Week 2 Spelling List.docx
Week 1 Activity Options.docx
Learning Plan (Blank).docx
Week 1 Spelling List.docx
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING RESOURCES!
Second Step Lessons:
This page will be updated weekly with ideas and assignments for students to work on at home. Please also see the section below for other resources and information about logging in to Clever and other apps/sites. Do not hesitate to email me with any questions at email@example.com.
MATH - 1 Lesson/day - Mon - Thurs - For enrichment, use Prodigy, Xtra Math or Khan Academy. Keep practicing on Zearn!
WRITING - 1 Lesson/day - Mon-Thurs - For enrichment, work on an independent project and typing club
READING - 1 Lesson/day - Mon- Thurs - continue reading to self and using Lexia - For enrichment, use Epic.com
SOCIAL STUDIES - Watch BrainPOP (found in Clever) Try to make your own BrainPOP movie or code a video that shows what you learned. Log in to Actively Learn through Clever.
SCIENCE - Check out the National Geographic Kids website and do one of the activities found HERE! Mystery Science lesson 3 HERE and Lesson 4 HERE.
READ ALOUD - 1 chapter daily with comprehension question and vocabulary
New Read Aloud!
Student Art Calendar 2020-2021 - Now Accepting Artwork
Thanks to the support of the Seattle Times, every family and staff member in the Issaquah School District will once again receive a free print copy of the Student Art Calendar in the 2020-2021 school year—easy to hang on the wall to keep track of important school dates! Every current student in the district is invited to submit artwork to fill the pages for thousands of homes and offices. Get your creative juices flowing! The deadline to submit artwork is Friday, May 1, 2020 at midnight.
You may submit up to three pieces of student artwork by email. E-mail high quality, high resolution digital images as attachments—not embedded in the e-mail—of any size—preferably landscape or wide format to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the words "ART CALENDAR" in the subject line. Be sure to include student's name, grade, school, and teacher AND parent name and e-mail in your e-mail message. Make sure your digital pictures are taken straight on (eye level, not crooked) and without flash/lighting irregularities.
· Important note about emailing digital art: If the artwork is high enough resolution for printing (preferably 300 dpi resolution), your digital files will likely be 1-4 megabytes (MB) in size. Our email server will not accept emails larger than 9-10 MB, so you may have to send multiple entries (no more than three per student, please) in separate emails.
· Artwork will be accepted until midnight on Friday, May 1, 2020.
· Art selections are finalized in late May or early June.
· Due to the high number of submissions received each year, only selected artists' families will be notified.
Visit our Call to Art Page for Full Details! or Email email@example.com.
Emergency Computer and Internet Hot Spot Check Out
Click the link above for the new updated form for a lap top or hot spot.
Community Resources From ISD
March 13, 2020
Dear ISD Community,
As we continue to work out the details about the services we can provide during this long-term school closure, you can expect to receive a series of communications from us beginning early next week. We know that there is great concern for the welfare or our students, families, staff, and community members. As we work to address nutrition, childcare, and emergency learning supports, please watch for surveys to help us assess the scope of needs for services in our community.
If you need assistance immediately, following are a few important community resources. We are in the process of compiling additional resources and will share them as we all work to support each other in these unprecedented times.
ISD Digital Resources for Students
Health Care ServicesIn case of emergency, call 9-1-1 for an immediate safety assessment
Seattle Children’s Hospital ER206-987-20004800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle 98105
Swedish ER—Issaquah Highlands425-394-0610751 NE Blakely Drive, Issaquah 98029
Valley Medical CenterEmergency Department425-690-1000400 South 43rd St, Renton 98055
Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank179 1st Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027www.issaquahfoodbank.org
Catholic Community Services – Issaquah Meals ProgramNightly meals Monday – Friday at 5:00 p.m. at 180 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah – next to the fire station
Youth Crisis Support Services:
Youth Eastside Services Mental health and substance use assessments Walk-in appointments on Tuesdays & Thursdays 12 - 4 p.m.Scheduled appointments available Mondays & Wednesdays999 164th Ave NE, Bellevue 98008 425-747-4937