Ms. Armstead's 5th Grade Class
Homework is expected to be turned in the following morning after it has been
assigned. Papers will be accepted one and two days late at a 25% reduction, but the highest a student can receive on the assignment is a “C” or 75%.
If an assignment is over two days late, it will be considered a zero and entered in the student’s grade book as such. Students are still expected to complete and hand in any late work. Absences are an exception to this rule; however, it is the student’s responsibility to check for what was assigned.
If you would like to bring in a birthday treat, you are welcome to bring in a peanut free treat for each student (we have 21 students). Please limit the birthday treat to one per student (example: cookies - not cookies AND cupcakes) so we do not have any upset stomachs! :) Also, please check with me before in case of any allergies.
If students would like to bring cupcakes for other teachers, they can be passed out before or after school.
Any toy brought to school by a student is that student's responsibility. Please keep in mind that toys should only be out of backpacks during recess. If technology, including cell phones and tablets, is brought to school, it should never come out of the student's backpack.
Our classroom is a safe place to learn, grow, and be our best.
5th graders need to bring in their own snack to school everyday. Let's treat our snacks as brain food - a healthy snack is preferred.
School is a great place for friends to grow together! If you would like to pass out any invitations or gifts during school, please make sure that there are enough for everyone in the class (we have 21 students). Any personal invitations or gifts that do not include the whole class need to be given out of school.
Thanks for your cooperation!
Ms. Armstead's awesome students:
1. Are good listeners
2. Follow directions
3. Are kind and respectful
4. Take an active role in their learning (always participate and do your best!)