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Mailing Address

  • Fort Rucker Elementary School
  • Bldg 21037, Red Cloud Road
  • P.O. Box 620279
  • Fort Rucker, AL 36362

Principal: Dr. Vicki Gilmer

Phone: (334) 255-1607

Fax: (770) 268-7482

5What's Happening in Ms. SH's 5th Grade Class

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2. vehicle
3. miniature
4. probability
5. definition
6. substitute
7. variety
8. literature
9. elevator
10. Pennsylvania
11. ravioli
12. cafeteria
13. mosaic
14. tuxedo
15. meteorite
16. fascination
17. cylinder
18. intermediate
19. centennial
20. curiosity
21. documentary
22. stegosaurus
23. pediatrician
24. mediocre
25. simultaneous

 

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Shurley English

Pronoun Jingles 

There are seven subject pronouns

that are easy as can be:

I and we

he and she

it, and they, and you.

 

There are seven possessive pronouns

that are easy as can be:

my and our

his and her

its, and their, and your.

 

 

johnny tremain

Reading

Johnny Tremain

Section 3   Vocabulary

Chapters VII, VIII, IX

 

 

arrogant   (EHruhguhnt)
acting superior, haughty, too convinced of one's own importance

 

bilious   (bihleeuhs)   feeling ill in the stomach, liver, etc.

 

calico   (kaluhkoh) a coarse, brightly colored cloth

 

chaise   (shayz) a light, open carriage with a folding top; drawn by a single horse which is used to carry two people

 

commandeer   (komuhndihr)  to take possession of or seize for military or public use

 

discard   (dihskord) getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable  

 

filch   (fihlch)   to steal something small or minor

 

genealogy   (jeeneeoluhjee)   study of family history and ancestors

 

gesticulate   (jestikyuhlate)  making gestures in an excited way, especially when speaking

 

idle   (iiduhl) not working, in use, or busy

 

milestone   (miilstohn)  an important event or turning point in a lifetime

 

oblivious   (uhblihveeuhs)   unaware of; not mindful of

 

rebel   (rEHbuhl) one who rejects authority or fights against it

 

refuge   (rEHfyooj)  protection or shelter from danger or trouble

 

refugee   (rEHfyoojee)  person who has had to flee to another country for safety from disaster or danger

 

sane   (sayn)  of sound mind; in good mental condition

 

subside   (suhbsiid)  to become quieter or less active

 

tunic   (toonihk) a loose-fitting garment, sleeved or sleeveless, extending to the knees and worn by men and women especially in Ancient Greece and Rome

 

tyrant   (tiiruhnt)  an absolute ruler who governs without restrictions

 

vengeance   (vEHnjuhns)  action that you take to pay someone back for harm he or she has done to you

 

 

Reading Counts

Reading Counts

Classroom Rankings

1st Place........B.A............645 Points

2nd Place........B.B............627 Points

3rd Place........B.S............556 Points

4th Place........B.W...........370 Points

5th Place........I.M............337 Points

 

remember

Dates to Remember

April 22 - 26    STEAM Week

April 25          Parents Join Us for Lunch

April 29          Biscuit's Game

May 24          Student Holiday

May 27          Memorial Day Holiday

May 31          Last Day of School

 

 

Teacher Contact

  • Phone:  (334) 255-1607

A Look Ahead

On April 29th, we will go to a Montgomery Biscuit's game!

Class Rules

  1. Respect yourself and others.
  2. Follow directions and procedures.
  3. Turn in neat work on time.
  4. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
  5. Listen when someone speaks.

Daily Schedule (Updated 1/04/13)

  • 7:30-7:55         Breakfast/Lockers//MorningWork/News

  • 7:55-8:00         Change Classes

  • 8:00-9:20         Class 1

  • 9:20-10:40       Class 2

  • 10:40-12:00     Class 3

  • 12:00-12:15      Bathroom/Homework/Read Aloud/Lockers

  • 12:15                Leave for Lunch

  • 12:20-12:50      Lunch

  • 12:50-1:15        Lockers/Silent Reading/Homework

  • 1:15-2:15          Specials

  • 2:15 – 2:20       Load up to go home

  • 2:20-2:25          Line up to go home

Wednesday Schedule (Updated 1/04/13)

  • 7:30-7:55          Breakfast/Lockers//MorningWork/News

  • 7:55-8:00         Change Classes

  • 8:00-9:10         Class 1

  • 9:10-10:20       Class 2

  • 10:20-11:30     Class 3

  • 11:30-11:35      Leave for lunch

  • 11:35-12:05      Lunch

  • 12:05-12:10      Bathroom

  • 12:10-1:10        Specials

  • 1:10-1:15          Load up and go home

Specials Schedule

  • Monday..................PE
  • Tuesday.................PE
  • Wednesday...........Music
  • Thursday...............PE and Library
  • Friday.....................Art

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