Blessed Trinity Catholic School

Mrs. Haynes

email: haynes@blessedtrinitycatholicschool.org


“I have the strength for everything through him who empowers me.”

                                                                          Philippians  4:13

Updated: May 27, 2021

Congratulations, 5th grade, or should I say Middle Schoolers? You did it! 2020-2021 was an unusual year and through PERSERVERENCE, you came through it like champions. Now is the time to relax celebrate your achievement and enjoy the summer. Don’t get too comfortable. I hate to remind you that you do have summer assignments to complete. Remember all that we talked about this year as I tried my best to prepare you for Middle School. Don’t wait until the last moment to begin, because it will seem like a formidable task. Do a little each day and before you know it you will be done.

Thank you very much 5th grade Class of 2021 for my gifts. I love the Tory Burch wallet and will enjoy using the water bottle with my name on it.  The Target gift card will come in handy and I will have no problem using that. It will look good in my new wallet.

Enjoy your Summer and don’t forget that I”ll be checking on you in the middle school hallway.

Important Dates to Remember:

Friday, May 28, 2021 —- Last day of school, 11:30 dismissal for ALL STUDENTS. There is NO AFTER CARE.

TESTS, QUIZZES, & PROJECT:

 

Accelerated Reader: Students will be required to read and take 3 Accelerated Reader (AR) Tests and corresponding Vocabulary Quizzes (if available…not every book has one) within his/her assigned reading level range, striving for 80% accuracy, each Quarter. Your child’s range is written in the back of his/her Planner. Reading levels will be adjusted throughout the year.  Three AR Tests with a minimum score of 80% are due at the end of each quarter.  Please encourage your child NOT to wait until the last-minute! Be sure to check out `ARBookFind.com for book recommendations and AR levels.

Homework Policy:

— Neatly done and complete.

— If collected, the student’s name must be on the top right corner to receive full credit.

— If there is no name, there is no credit. Students are reminded to write their name before they turn anything in and it is the first direction given for tests.

— All Math homework is to be done in pencil, never in pen.

— A student will complete a Homework Notice for any assignment that receives a zero. This notice explains why the assignment received a zero and must be signed by a parent and returned the next day.  If the assignment is attached with the situation corrected, the student will receive 50% credit on that assignment instead of a zero.

Class Rules:

— Have all needed books, notebooks, spirals, and supplies at your desk for the portion of day because you will not be allowed to return to the cubby to get something.

— Respect all adults, faculty, staff, volunteers, and students. Speak kindly and treat each other as you want to be treated.

— Raise your hand to ask or answer a question.

— Pencils are to be sharpened at the beginning of the day OR during classwork time.

— Transition quietly from one subject to the next.

—- Remain in your sit. If you need to use the bathroom or get up for another reason, raise your hand to ask for permission.

Class Rules Violations:

— Verbal Warning

— Name in book

— Lose recess minutes

— Inform the assistant principal: a consequence may result

Resource Schedule:

Monday————- Art

Tuesday ———— PE……..Students come to school dressed in their PE uniform 

               ———— Spanish

Wednesday ——— Music

Thursday ———– PE ……….Students come to school dressed in their PE uniform 

Friday————— Media/Research …….This is taught as one class period block of time.