Mrs. Panesko's 5th Grade Class

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Second Step Unit 1 Lesson 1


Lesson 1: The Right Goal for Me


In this week’s lesson, your child will learn how to set a goal that’s right for them. A goal that’s right for someone is specific, challenging, doable, and motivating.

Try This at Home

Ask your child what their goal is and how they know it’s right for them. Encourage them to describe why it’s motivating to them. Talk to your child about a goal you reached in the past and why you chose that goal.

Lección 1: El objetivo adecuado para mí


En la lección de esta semana, su hijo aprenderá a establecer un objetivo que sea adecuado para él. Un objetivo adecuado para alguien es específico, desafiante, alcanzable y motivador.

¡Háganlo ustedes!

Pregúntele a su hijo cuál es su objetivo y cómo sabe que es adecuado para él. Anímelo a describir por qué es motivador para él. Hable con su hijo sobre un objetivo que usted alcanzó en el pasado y por qué eligió ese objetivo.

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A Note from Ms. Bookey


Greetings 5th Grade Families,

Our 5th grade team has some great news to share.

We have been given new guidance regarding the requirements for outside events and our Safety and Health team has revised the building protocols accordingly.

This means we can open our 5th grade recognition to more people.  We will still hold the event outside and do have a limited number of chairs available. If your family is bringing more than 2 people to celebrate your child, we ask that you bring chairs for the additional attendees. There will also be plenty of standing room available for those that prefer that option.

Masks will be optional, and we encourage each of you to social distance in a way that is comfortable for you.

An invitation will be coming home soon!


Terri Bookey

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Carnation Elementary 5th Grade Camp Information

  • Camp day is Friday, May 20th.
  • Drop off your student by 8:45 a.m. in parent pick up loop.
  • Pick up your student at 7:45 PM in parent pick up loop.
  • Dress for the weather – even though the forecast is good, trails will be muddy. We recommend layers including a jacket of some kind.
  • Wear shoes for all day walking.
  • Students will be fed lunch and dinner. Do not bring other food.
  • Leave all devices (phones, watches, iPad) and valuables at home.
  • Bring a water bottle. Students are responsible for carrying their belongings for the day and are welcome to bring a backpack.
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Smarter Balanced Testing Begins Tomorrow…


Dear Parents,

We will begin our Smarter Balanced Testing with Math CAT (computer adaptive test) on Tuesday, May 17.
*Please make sure that your student gets a good night sleep, has a healthy breakfast, and brings a water bottle so they can hydrate their brain throughout the test.
**It is vitally important that your student charges their device tonight and brings their device tomorrow.  We do not have multiple chargers for anyone who does not get their device fully charged and we need to have the device fully charged for testing.

Wednesday, May 18, we will do the Math Performance Task test.

Tuesday, May 24, we will take the ELA CAT test.

Wednesday, May 25, we will take the ELA Performance Task Part 1 Test.

Thursday, May 26, we will take the ELA Performance Task Part 2 Test.

Wednesday, June 1, we will take the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS).

Fully charged devices must be as school these days along with headphones.  Thank you for your help with these matters.


Mrs. Panesko

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