Elizabeth Chadwick - Grade 5

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Welcome to my web page. I am a native of Augusta. In fact I went to school at the old Farrington as did my father. I am a graduate of Cony High School and the University of Maine. I also have a Master's Degree from the University of Maine. This is my 46th year teaching at Farrington as well as my 46th  year in fifth grade. When I am not in school, I love to read or knit. My favorite place to be is near the ocean. 
Even though I have been teaching for many years, I still love what I do. Every year there are new challenges and new children. There isn't anything better than a smile or a hug from a child that you know you have helped in some large or small way.

The best way to reach me is by e-mail.
 
                         or
  Call me at 626-2480 ext. 3503
 
Our Weekly Special Schedule is the following:

Monday             Band lessons
                          Art                               10:15
Tuesday            Library                         10:15
Wednesday       RTI                              10:15
Thursday           Music                           10:15
Friday                Phys. Ed.                     10:15
 
 
 HOMEWORK
 Homework is not an every day occurance. Students get their spelling words on Monday. They have a practice test on Wednesday with the final test on Friday. It is important that the children read every night for 20minutes. It would also be helpful if they could practice their multiplication facts every night for 5 minutes.

SPELLING WORDS

Week of September 25th

BASIC
thrown                  mood           

stole                     loaf
clue                      growth
dew                      youth
choose                 slope
rule                       bruise
boast                    loose
cruise                   rude
stroll                     flow
route                    flute


 
REVIEW           CHALLENGE
group                 subdue
goal                    pursuit
fruit                     molten
blew                   reproach
broke                  presume