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The First Few Days...

On our first day, we spent time getting to know one another.  The Grade 6 students joined us for some name games and a STEM Paper Chain challenge. 




The 2nd day of school we took a break with the 6th Graders and played a version of Marco Polo Class Tag.  Mr.Chao (Grade 6 teacher) demonstrated the best way to catch others.


Monday, August 13th, two of the stellar Grade 5 students  lead the Monday Morning Assembly Prayer & Pledges. 


 This week we are focused on pre-assessments in all subject areas. One of the ways we assessed our Parts of Speech Knowledge was through a task card hunt.







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