The 5th Grade Teachers Welcome You
School Mission: Copper Creek students will think critically, respect diversity and value collaboration.
Fifth Grade 2021/22 Supply List
For Student Use:
2 - 1” 3 ring binders
TAB DIVIDERS WITH POCKETS
Highlighters (2 different colors)
White Board Markers
Thin Colored Markers
Pointed Metal Scissors
7 Single Subject Spiral Notebooks (Don’t put names on them please.)
Covered Pencil Sharpener
For Class Use:
Wide Ruled or College Ruled Notebook Paper
Box of Clear Sheet Protectors
White Board Markers
Ream of Copy Paper (white or colored)
***Please do not purchase a Desktop Organizer.***
“Arizona law requires that public schools provide supplies required for academic success. This list represents optional, supplementary items which you may supply at your discretion. If you have questions, please feel free to contact the school.”
To Get Onto Google Docs:
1. Go onto Google Chrome (or other search engine)
2. Type: google.com
3. On the upper right side click on: Sign In
4. When logging in, remember to use your firstname.lastname@example.org
5. On the upper right side click on: little box of 9 squares
6. Click on triangle: Drive
7. If typing a new document, click on NEW and click Google Docs
8. If opening an existing document, click on the document and finish typing :)
Birthdays: We love having birthday treats in class and celebrating your child's special day, but please remember that we are not able to have any treats with nuts. We have many students with severe nut/peanut allergies and we want to keep all of them healthy and safe. All birthday treats must be pre-packaged and sent in 4 days in advance. Birthday Buckets are available for you to order from the cafeteria. We appreciate your understanding!
The 5th grade teachers believe that all students are active learners. We teach as facilitators. Every student is able to learn and deserves to learn in a safe environment. Our goal is to instill the love and enthusiasm for learning by motivating and exciting the students.
In the past, a student's education did not prepare them for the higher demands of college and careers for their future. Schools throughout the country are working to improve teaching and learning to ensure that all children will graduate high school with the skills they need to be successful. Teaching the Common Core Standards will prepare your child for the future.