• Class Expectations and Procedures

     Responsibility Plan

    You can do anything you want in this class, provided it doesn’t cause a problem for anyone else, I count as someone.

    Our mission is to:

    • WORK HARD
    • BE KIND
    • NO SHORTCUTS

    Consequences 

    • Warning
    • Time out desk
    • Removed from class to Mrs. Herman’s room
    • Removed from the classroom to office

     

    Parent Information Night Presentation 
    Click on the link to learn more about 6th grade.

     

    Harelson Schedule

    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 7:45-2:15 
    Tuesday: 7:45-12:15 (early out every Tuesday) 
    Lunch: 11:30-12:10 

    Fifth Grade Daily Schedule

    • 7:45 - Language Arts
    • 8:45 - Recess
    • 9:00 - Language Arts 
    • 10:00 - Specialists
    • 10:50 - Science/ Social Studies
    • 11:30 - Lunch 
    • 12:10 - Science/ Social Studies
    • 12:45 - Math 
    • 1:45 - Study Hall 
    • 2:15 - Dismissal 

     

    Mrs. Nystedt's Specialist Schedule

    Monday - Art
    Tuesday - 1st Grade Buddies with Mrs. Lettera
    Wednesday - PE 
    Thursday - Library (1st Thursday of the month), Computers
    Friday - Music

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q:  How can I stay up to date on what is going on in our classroom?

    A:  Review your child's Tuesday packet, read the Tuesday packet letter weekly.  It will be included in the Tuesday packet.

    Q:  What is the best way to contact me?

    A: Email

    Q:  How will I know about my child's classroom behavior?

    A: I will either email or call you with positive or negative information on your child's classroom behavior.

    Q:  What are Bobcat Bucks?

    A:  Bobcat Bucks are the currency that we use in our fifth grade Bobcat Town. Bobcat Town is a system that we use in fifth grade to teach responsibility, economics, and citizenship.  This will be in conjunction with our new program, Junior Achievement.

    Q: Should students’ use their agenda?

    A:  Yes, please.  Students will write in their agenda every day. I want to encourage students to become independent and keep track of their assignments on their own as they transition into middle school. However, I will still be writing their homework assignments on the board daily. I do not require parents to sign their child’s agenda, but it is important that you are checking nightly.