Rogers Adventist School


Loralee Thomas
Grades 5-6

Favorite quote
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. I will be found by you," declares the Lord.
Jeremiah 29:11-14

Spelling
1st Quarter
2nd Quarter
3rd Quarter
4th Quarter

Reading

Monthly Reading Assign

March Reading Report
April Reading Report

Math
Guidelines for Daily Work

Bible
Fruit of the Spirit MV Units 1-2
Fruit of the Spirit MV Units 3-4
Fruit of the Spirit MV Units 5-6
Fruit of the Spirit MV Units 7-8
Fruit of the Spirit MV Units 9-10


Letters to Parents 

 

 

Mrs. Thomas, 5-6   ​
                                                                            

IT'S SUMMER TIME!  

Look below for ideas of something to do this summer.  Have lots of fun and remember to read.  See you on August 21.




Welcome to our 5/6 classroom where we will be learning, studying, working and playing together for this coming year.  We are so glad you are a part of our team.

May Reading Report - Due Friday, May 26
Wed, May 31 - 5-6 Spelling Bee, 8:15 A.M.
Wed, May 31, ​Swimming for all 5-6
Last Day of School - June 2

5/6 Portland Trip - May 11-12 - What a blast!


Jogathon - Our class walked 687 laps, which is over 170 miles!!
We raised $2544 and are waiting for more donations.  Well done!  Thank you for your support of Rogers Adventist School.

Thank you for supporting our class and RAS during December.  We worked hard and had a lot of fun doing our Christmas play, our K-6 Christmas program, and our 5-8 Christmas concert. Our class also did our mammal puppet show for the K-2 students.
We also participated in Hour of Code, learning about computer programming.  Finally, thank you for supporting our Christmas outreach project to help others in our community.


Snow days - E-day assignments are due the following day, but will be accepted when completed.


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Hey, kids!  Need something to do during the lazy, crazy, hazy days of summer!

  1. Read a lot of books!
  2. Keep a journal of your ideas or activities, or write a story, or even a book!
  3. Go to the library.
  4. If you go on a trip, take pictures and keep a journal so you can share with the rest of us.
  5. Learn a new sport or activity, or practice an activity you already do.
  6. Practice the piano or your instrument.
  7. Learn to take fabulous photos.
  8. Help Mom or Dad or Grandma or Grandpa with household jobs or outdoor jobs.
  9. Entertain your younger brothers or sisters--give Mom and Dad a break.
  10. Spend some time in the kitchen and learn to cook.
  11. **Oh, and don't forget to read!!

About me:  This will be my 20th year teaching at Rogers.  I grew up in Massachusetts and attended Atlantic Union College and Fitchburg State College, where I earned a B.S. and M.Ed. in Elementary Education.  I love kids, reading, teaching and school!

My husband, David, teaches at Walla Walla University.  We have two sons:  Matthew, a structural engineer,  lives and works in Spokane; Jonathan works as a hospital controller in Southern California. 

I enjoy walking and bike riding, playing Scrabble, reading all kinds of books, making bread and cookies, and eating chocolate!