•                             Mr. Rubin

    Scrabbletastic Welcome

    to Mr. Rubin's Class 

                                                 September 5, 2018

     Dear Parents,

                   I wish to welcome you and your child to my class. I am looking forward to teaming up with you to make this year an exciting and rewarding experience for your child. I will be your son/daughter's teacher for Read 180, which I have taught since 2011, Language, Math,  Science, and Social Studies. Currently, I am in the midst of my third decade as a teacher. I began my teaching career in 1994 and then joined the Lacey Township School District in 1995.

                  Please check your child's backpack each day for homework, letters and/or notices from school. You may also check my web page for assignments or classroom information.

                 The children are given time for a quick snack each day. Drinks are permitted at snack time, but no glass containers or soda please. Because of an allergy, I am respectfully requesting that you please, carefully check the ingredients label and not send in a snack which contains tree nuts/nuts, peanuts, peanut butter, and/or peanut oil, Also, please be aware that most labels will tell if a snack was made on equipment which also processes peanuts and/or tree nuts/nuts.  I thank you, in advance, for your cooperation. 

                  If at any time, you would like to discuss your son/daughter's current progress or would like a conference, please do not hesitate to contact me by writing a note in his/her assignment pad, calling and leaving a message at extension #9149, or sending me an e-mail at rrubin@laceyschools.org. I will respond as soon as possible.

                  In closing, let me once again thank you, in advance, for your understanding and supportTogether, we will make this school year, both REWARDING and MEMORABLE, for your child.

     

                           Thank you :)

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             Mr. Rubin's Schedule 2018/2019     

    8:10-8:30- HR/Class Meeting 

    8:30-10:00 Reading (Read 180)

    10:00- Snack

    10:00-11:10- Math

    11:05-11:50- Lunch/Recess 

    12:00-12:50 Specials

    12:55-2:15- Science/Social Studies

    2:15- HR for Dismissal

                           

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                                                                      September 2018

    Dear Parents,

                    Students in Read180, will begin the school year by reading about wild animals, their natural habitats, and whether they should live outside those habitats ( Workshop 7  "Taming Wild Beasts" ). Some of the skills these students will be engaging are: Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution, Opinion Essay in Writing, Robust Vocabulary, Comprehension, Pronouns, and Verb Endings.

     

    Read180 ( Workshop 7 "Taming Wild Beasts") robust target vocabulary words: threat, enormous, capture, fierce, habitat, remove, concerned, legal, range, and exhibit

     

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                                                                         September 2018

    In Language Arts, we will begin the school year by exploring the wonderful world of commas. 

     

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                                                                                             September 2018

    In Social Studies, Students will become informed global citizens. We will focus on the world around us; different countries, cultures, languages, governments, and people.

    We will also be learning about world geography. Some of the destinations we hope to visit are: Mexico, Brazil, United Kingdom, and China.

     

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     September 2018

    In Math, we will be starting the year with place value, number sense, powers of 10, exponents,  and number patterns. We are all excited about our new math program, Envision 2.0. We will utilizing the Grade 5 version, with modifications. We will be following the NJ Common Core Standards. I encourage you to continue reviewing basic facts at home with your son or daughter. We will also be covering: addition and subtraction of decimals, multi-digit multiplication and division of whole numbers and decimals, addition/subtraction/multiplication/division of fractions, order of operations, graphing ordered pairs, and volume.

     

                                                                                                                                                               

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    Wonderful!

    Spectacular!

    Awesome!

    Phenomenal!

    Terrific!

    Magnificent!

     

    NEWS

     

    Dear Parents,

     

                   Your child now has access to math at home this year. As long as you have internet access, your child may log into enVision 2.0 math from home. I have assigned your child several assignments, which review lessons taught in school. Getting started is easy. First, Go to the Mill Pond homepage and click on the Pearson (apple) link on the red tool bar. Next, have your child sign in. They will use the same username and password they use during Library and Technology classes. Click on enVision2.0 Common Core Grade 5 2016. Now, your child will be on their dashboard. Click the "ORANGE" classes. This will take them to their assignments. There is a task bar which is labeled "Not Started"- they did not start, "In Progress"- they started already, "Completed"- they finished the assignment. Finally, they can click on an assignment and LET THE MAGIC BEGIN:)

     

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  • Because of an allergy, I am respectfully requesting that you please, carefully check the ingredients label and not send in a snack which contains tree nuts/nuts, peanuts, peanut butter, and/or peanut oil, Also, please be aware that most labels will tell if a snack was made on equipment which also processes peanuts and/or tree nuts/nuts.  I thank you, in advance, for your cooperation. 

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