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Field Trip

5th Grade By November 10, 2010 No Comments

The fifth graders had a wonderful time at the Santa Barbara Art Museum.  They enjoyed looking at all the different types of art.  Today the students were given a free pass for a return visit to the museum.  They are very excited about returning with their families.


Weekly Letter Nov. 8th

5th Grade By November 8, 2010 No Comments

November 8, 2010 Dear Families, As a class we really enjoyed watching our Kindergarten buddies at the Saint Parade. This Tuesday, November 9th we will be taking our first field trip to the Santa Barbara Museum.  Please make sure to return your permission slip for the field trip.  Please remember that students will be in […]


November 1 Newsletter

5th Grade By November 1, 2010 No Comments

Dear Families, This Friday is our Saints Parade.  We will begin with our whole school Mass.  Please feel free to join us. This Friday is also a noon dismissal. Next Tuesday, November 9th we will be taking our first field trip to the Santa Barbara Museum.  Permission slips will be sent home. I am now […]


What a busy day!

5th Grade By October 28, 2010 No Comments

The fifth grade had a very busy day.  We started this morning off with a lesson with Miss Reed.  We enjoyed learning all about pears with Mrs. Hoffman!  We were in the science lab learning how to take our pulse at rest and after moving around for one minute.  We are finishing this day now […]


Weekly Letter for 10-25-10

5th Grade By October 26, 2010 No Comments

Dear Families, It was wonderful to see so many students and families this weekend at the Fiesta.  Everyone seemed to have a great time. Please check your child’s homework and planner every night.  It is very important that your students remember to return their homework to school.   Please encourage your child to complete three Accelerated […]


What is being said in the 5th grade class

5th Grade By October 14, 2010 No Comments

After  returning from the Science Lab we came up with a list to describe what a cross section of celery looks like: Bubbles,  snake skin, pimples, chicken pox, cells,  and really small eggs. After working with our vocabulary words  one student said, ” Everything comes together when you use vocabulary words, that’s really cool.”