5-2 NEWS


1st quarter: Technology

2nd quarter: Gym  (Begins Monday Oct. 21)

3rd quarter: Art

4th quarter: Music

Dec. 9 - 13, 2019

Please consider donating non-perishable items for our Give A Christmas Bag.  We will be collecting donations all week.  Thank you in advance for your generosity.

Monday: Daily Advent Word:  #Root

                Spelling: Holiday List  pre-test

                Advent Prayer Service 8:05

                Bring Gym Clothes Daily

                $1.00 Service Jeans Day: all proceeds go to Heartbeat of LIma


Tuesday: Daily Advent Word: #Grace

                 DARE Luncheon:  Congratulations Caden!!!!!!!!!


Wednesday:  Daily Advent Word: #Confess

                      Reconciliation for grades 3-8  (grades 5/6 10:00

Thursday:   Daily Advent Word: #Harmony

                    Spelling: Holiday List post test

                    Mass At LCC - Leaving @ 9:00 and returning by 11:00 (mass begins at 9:30)

Friday:   Daily Advent Word: #Water



2nd Quarter AR Goal Due:  Tuesday, December 17 

2nd Quarter Service Due: Wednesday December 18

December 20th: 1:15 Dismissal - School Resumes January 6, 2020


*We go to Mass every Wednesday, unless it is a week that we have an all school liturgy.

*The students visit the library every Friday.

*We encourage the students to bring a healthy snack and a water bottle everyday.

*It's important to review each night, what we went over in class that day. It helps to study a little at a time instead of trying to cram for a test the night before. We usually announce tests 4-5 days prior. Short quizzes are generally not announced.

*Homework is generally due the day after it is given, unless otherwise stated. If a student finishes their homework during AA (Academic Assist), I allow them to turn it in. Some kids need to get it out of their hands before they lose it, while others like to review with their parents at night. This is entirely up to you as a family to decide!

*Students have the opportunity everyday to get one- on- one help during AA. I encourage them to do the most difficult work then so I can help. However, if homework is taken home and they are unable to complete even with parents help, it is the students responsibility to come to me first thing in the morning to discuss what they didn't understand. In this case, the work would not be considered late. If homework is turned in incomplete, it is considered late. If it is turned in the next day, the student will be given 1/2 credit for correct answers.