• Week of 3/30-4/3

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 3/29/2020

    Watch this video. Here are the lessons for the week. Each lesson is titled with the day of the week, date, and subject. ex. Monday 3/30 ELA

    Here is a link to the Google Meet at 9:00am on M, W, TH, & F.  On Tuesday the meet is at 9:30:

    To join the video meeting, click this link: class (5k)
    https://meet.google.com/bjj-njvf-vyz
    Otherwise, to join by phone, dial +1 405-792-0758 and enter this PIN: 340 290 408#

    Each assignment is due the day after it is assigned. Assignments will come available at 3 am on the day assigned. Communicate with me if you are not able to get the work done and we will make a plan.  Students are expected to do this review work this week.  Next week will be new content.

    Lessons for each day

    Monday:

    Monday 3/30 ELA

    Monday 3/30 Math

    Monday 3/30 Science

    Tuesday:

    Tuesday 3/31 ELA

    Tuesday 3/31 Math

    Tuesday 3/31 Science

    Wednesday:

    Wednesday 4/1 ELA

    Wednsday 4/1 Math

    Wednesday 4/1 Science

    Thursday:

    Thursday 4/2 ELA

    Thursday 4/2 Math

    Thursday 4/2 Science

    Friday:

    Friday 4/3 ELA

    Friday 4/3 Math

    Friday 4/3 Science

     

     

     

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  • Meet at 9:00, link will be on Stream page in an announcement on Google Classroom

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 3/28/2020
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  • Friday 3/27 Meet

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 3/26/2020

    Here is the link for our cohort.

    To join the video meeting, click this link: https://meet.google.com/iuh-dsdh-zvf


    Otherwise, to join by phone, dial +1 260-676-0196 and enter this PIN: 250 752 755#

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  • Google Classroom

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 3/22/2020

    Here is a video explaining Google Classroom:

    https://youtu.be/2Iowi-gmbys

     

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  • Week of 3/23-3/27

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 3/21/2020

    Hello, with school closed this week I still want students to keep their brain going with academic activities.  Students can access content this week in our Google Classroom (class code: xysnxb3).  There is a class chat page as well as comments that students can participate in. The remote learning assignment has a daily list of activities for Monday through Friday.  The remote learning page can also be found here:

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bPvur_D8cY31s_SbROwePEX6ui-oRDnjGVeaewGsW2c

     

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  • School Closed 3/23-3/27

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 3/16/2020

    Look on your Google Classroom for class discussions and activities to keep your brain going.

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  • Important Dates

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 2/24/2020

    Monday, March 2, 6:00 p.m. (students should arrive about 5:30 for tuning) , 5th grade Orchestras from Paxson, Lewis & Clark, Lowell and Rattlesnake elementary perform alongside Missoula Youth Orchestra at PORTER.

    Monday, March 2, 7:00 p.m. Children’s Choir rehearsal at Jefferson

    Monday, March 2, 7:30 p.m. (Students should arrive about 7:00 for tuning), 5th grade Orchestras from Franklin and Hawthorne elementary perform alongside Missoula Youth Orchestra  at PORTER

    Tuesday, March 3, 7:00 p.m. (Students should arrive about 6:30 for tuning), 5th grade Orchestras from Jeannette Rankin, Russell and Chief Charlo perform alongside the Southside Symphony at MEADOW HILL.

    Wednesday, March 4, 7:00 p.m. (Students should arrive 6:40 for tuning), 5th grade Bands from Chief Charlo, Russell, Lowell and Jeannette Rankin perform alongside the Meadow Hill Honor Band at MEADOW HILL.

    Wednesday, March 4, 7:00 p.m. Children’s Choir rehearsal at Jefferson

    Wednesday, March 4, 6:30 p.m. Lewis & Clark Peace Choir concert/Fundraiser for Animeals & the Humane Society at Lewis & Clark

    Thursday, March 5, 7:00 p.m. (Students should arrive 6:40 for tuning) 5th grade Bands from Lewis & Clark, Paxson and Rattlesnake schools perform alongside the Washington Jazz Band at WASHINGTON.

    Friday, March 6 – Children’s Choir Tour.  Students will be picked up from home schools around 11:30 a.m.  They will have a pizza lunch/rehearsal at Jefferson, 1:05 p.m concert at Russell and a 2:00 pm concert at Jeannette Rankin.

    Monday, March 9, 7 p.m. (student should arrive by 6:30 p.m.)– Children’s Choir Concert at Hellgate Auditorium.  Guest performance by the Hellgate Chevies.

    Tuesday, March 10, 7:00 p.m. (students should arrive 6:40 for tuning)  5th grade Bands from Hawthorne and Franklin perform alongside the Porter Jazz Band at PORTER.

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  • SS Project

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 2/17/2020

    2/28

    2:15 Colonial Dance in the gym

    3/4

    2:15  SS Musical in the gym

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  • Mid-February

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 2/16/2020

    On February 28, your student will present their SS/ELA presentation that they have been working on.  Times for each student’s presentation will be sent home (morning time). Students need to dress like someone would in the 1600-1800 era on this day. You are welcome to join the class that your student is presenting in and watch.  Parents are also welcome to watch the dance from 2:15-2:45 on February 28th in the gym.  This is a big day for 5th grade and we are excited and working hard to bring everything together. 

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  • January Newsletter

    Posted by Joseph Kerney on 1/13/2020

    Hello Families,

                We are off with a nice start to the new year.  The kiddos came back from break and have surprised me with their skills and behavior.  We are submersed in a text rich environment learning about Superheroes and the Age of Exploration. Soon we will be learning about colonial life in Social Studies and we will end that unit with Colonial Day at Russell.  In groups, students will create a presentation about a colonial topic that will be presented at the end of February.  Groups dress up in theme coordinating with their presentation.  Presentations will be given to other classes on Colonial Day.  In the next few weeks more information will be given about Colonial Days.

                The class has wrapped up multiplying, adding, subtracting, and dividing fractions and we are efficient solving 5th grade fraction problems.  In the next couple of weeks we will learn how to multiply decimals.

                For the next 16 weeks our class has a guest teacher candidate from the University, Ms. Donahue.  Ms. Donahue will assist with classroom tasks and is an asset to our learning environment.  The next few months will be fun.  We also host the Wax Museum closer to the end of the year and after we get through Colonial Days I will update you with more information about the museum.  Next week we have Monday off! 

                I appreciate your support at home and as always if you have any questions please contact me. 

     

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