• Math
    Classroom Communication:
    -will take place via email communication at the beginning of each week
     
    End of Chapter Review:
    -reviews will be provided as we approach the end of each chapter
     
    Homework:
    -given nightly to reinforce and practice skills
     
    Assessments:
    -will be announced with at least one week's notice
    -students should consult the end of chapter review, class notes, and additional provided resources to help them prepare
  • Assessments:

    • Assessments will be announced in class at least 1 week prior to the assessment date. 
    • Study guides will be presented in class and for homework to help in preparation for the assessment
    • There will be at least one review day in class to help prepare for the assessment
    • At lease one review sheet with answer key will be posted on the classroom webpage for each unit
    • If you need additional help, you must ask prior to the day of the test for help so that a time can be arranged to received extra help
     
    Homework Policy:
    The purpose of homework is to practice the skills you have learned in class and to work towards mastering the skill. Homework assignments are also to help with time management and STUDENT responsibility. 
    1. Homework is to be copied into the Student Agenda/Homework Book each day
    2. Homework is to be completed each night and be ready for a teacher check the next school day
    3. If there is a question with a particular homework problem, the student must circle the problem and ask for help the next day from the teacher.  The student may also e-mail the teacher (mjaeger@cbsd.org) to ask for clarification/help on a particular problem.
    4. Homework is considered incomplete if the student;
      • left it at home
      • left it at school and could no do it
      • forgot to do it
      • left it in their homeroom/locker/ on the kitchen table
      • did not do the complete assignment
      • blames parent for not putting it in your school bag
    5. Three (3) Incompletes in a Marking Period will be factored into the Learning To Learning grade on the Report Card and into the overall Math grade
    6. Please note, as a Fifth Grader you are responsible for working on your time management.  This means working to find time in your day to sit down and do your school work.  Excuses for not doing your homework, such as sports games/practice and extra activities will not be accepted. 

    Homework Help
    If you have forgotten your HomeLinks Book or assignment you can:

    • Call a friend to ask what assignment needs to be completed
    • Have a friend read you the math problems and you can handwrite and then solve the problems on a separate sheet of paper
    • If possible, have the friend scan you a copy of the homework (that has their answers covered) and then complete
    • e-mail Mrs. Jaeger to see if she has a copy of the homework at her home (do not always count on this being a solution)
    • take ownership of your mistake and tell Mrs. Jaeger first thing in the morning.  Mistakes happen and it is human nature to forget assignments every once in a while.  The mature things to do is take responsibility and solve your error by looking for a solution.
    - See more at: http://cbsd.org/Page/5881#sthash.Q2jT2glX.dpuf

    Assessments:

    • Assessments will be announced in class at least 1 week prior to the assessment date. 
    • Study guides will be presented in class and for homework to help in preparation for the assessment
    • There will be at least one review day in class to help prepare for the assessment
    • At lease one review sheet with answer key will be posted on the classroom webpage for each unit
    • If you need additional help, you must ask prior to the day of the test for help so that a time can be arranged to received extra help
     
    Homework Policy:
    The purpose of homework is to practice the skills you have learned in class and to work towards mastering the skill. Homework assignments are also to help with time management and STUDENT responsibility. 
    1. Homework is to be copied into the Student Agenda/Homework Book each day
    2. Homework is to be completed each night and be ready for a teacher check the next school day
    3. If there is a question with a particular homework problem, the student must circle the problem and ask for help the next day from the teacher.  The student may also e-mail the teacher (mjaeger@cbsd.org) to ask for clarification/help on a particular problem.
    4. Homework is considered incomplete if the student;
      • left it at home
      • left it at school and could no do it
      • forgot to do it
      • left it in their homeroom/locker/ on the kitchen table
      • did not do the complete assignment
      • blames parent for not putting it in your school bag
    5. Three (3) Incompletes in a Marking Period will be factored into the Learning To Learning grade on the Report Card and into the overall Math grade
    6. Please note, as a Fifth Grader you are responsible for working on your time management.  This means working to find time in your day to sit down and do your school work.  Excuses for not doing your homework, such as sports games/practice and extra activities will not be accepted. 

    Homework Help
    If you have forgotten your HomeLinks Book or assignment you can:

    • Call a friend to ask what assignment needs to be completed
    • Have a friend read you the math problems and you can handwrite and then solve the problems on a separate sheet of paper
    • If possible, have the friend scan you a copy of the homework (that has their answers covered) and then complete
    • e-mail Mrs. Jaeger to see if she has a copy of the homework at her home (do not always count on this being a solution)
    • take ownership of your mistake and tell Mrs. Jaeger first thing in the morning.  Mistakes happen and it is human nature to forget assignments every once in a while.  The mature things to do is take responsibility and solve your error by looking for a solution. 
    - See more at: http://cbsd.org/Page/5881#sthash.Q2jT2glX.dpuf
     
    Fifth Grade Math in Focus Chapters
     
     

    Assessments:

    • Assessments will be announced in class at least 1 week prior to the assessment date. 
    • Study guides will be presented in class and for homework to help in preparation for the assessment
    • There will be at least one review day in class to help prepare for the assessment
    • At lease one review sheet with answer key will be posted on the classroom webpage for each unit
    • If you need additional help, you must ask prior to the day of the test for help so that a time can be arranged to received extra help
     
    Homework Policy:
    The purpose of homework is to practice the skills you have learned in class and to work towards mastering the skill. Homework assignments are also to help with time management and STUDENT responsibility. 
    1. Homework is to be copied into the Student Agenda/Homework Book each day
    2. Homework is to be completed each night and be ready for a teacher check the next school day
    3. If there is a question with a particular homework problem, the student must circle the problem and ask for help the next day from the teacher.  The student may also e-mail the teacher (mjaeger@cbsd.org) to ask for clarification/help on a particular problem.
    4. Homework is considered incomplete if the student;
      • left it at home
      • left it at school and could no do it
      • forgot to do it
      • left it in their homeroom/locker/ on the kitchen table
      • did not do the complete assignment
      • blames parent for not putting it in your school bag
    5. Three (3) Incompletes in a Marking Period will be factored into the Learning To Learning grade on the Report Card and into the overall Math grade
    6. Please note, as a Fifth Grader you are responsible for working on your time management.  This means working to find time in your day to sit down and do your school work.  Excuses for not doing your homework, such as sports games/practice and extra activities will not be accepted. 

    Homework Help
    If you have forgotten your HomeLinks Book or assignment you can:

    • Call a friend to ask what assignment needs to be completed
    • Have a friend read you the math problems and you can handwrite and then solve the problems on a separate sheet of paper
    • If possible, have the friend scan you a copy of the homework (that has their answers covered) and then complete
    • e-mail Mrs. Jaeger to see if she has a copy of the homework at her home (do not always count on this being a solution)
    • take ownership of your mistake and tell Mrs. Jaeger first thing in the morning.  Mistakes happen and it is human nature to forget assignments every once in a while.  The mature things to do is take responsibility and solve your error by looking for a solution. 
    - See more at: http://cbsd.org/Page/5881#sthash.Q2jT2glX.dpuf