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  • Read, write, compare, and order numbers to the billions and thousandths
  • Add and subtract numbers through hundred thousands and thousandths
  • Multiply by 1-, 2-, and 3-digit whole numbers and decimals
  • Divide whole numbers, money amounts, and decimals by 1- and 2-digit divisors
  • Add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers
  • Use line plots, histograms, line graphs, and circle graphs
  • Classify triangles and quadrilaterals, and explore symmetry and transformations
  • Rename customary and metric units of length, capacity, and weight
  • Understand the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents
  • Write and evaluate expressions and equations, and compute with integers
  • Listen to, read, and discuss a range of narratives
  • Explore the plot, setting, character, conflict, and themes of narratives
  • Make inferences and analyze figurative language
  • Explore the organizational and language features in expository texts
  • Use questioning to analyze and understand information in expository texts
  • Use schema to organize and present information in expository texts
  • Distinguish between important and supporting ideas 
  • Use important ideas to summarize
  • Form opinions, make judgments, and prepare recommendations about texts
  • Learn new vocabulary and use strategies to find the meaning of an unknown word
  • Master the writing process: prewrite, draft, revise, proofread, and publish
  • Develop ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions
  • Focus on sentence structures, grammar usage, capitalization, and punctuation
  • Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
  • Routes of early explorers
  • Early explorations of the Americas
  • The cooperation and conflict between the Native American nations and the new settlers
  • The political, religious, social, and economic institutions of the colonial era
  • The causes, course, and consequences of the American Revolution
  • People and events associated with the U.S. Constitution
  • Spanish grammar
  • Sentence structure/punctuation
  • Introduction to conjugating of verbs
  • Time telling
  • Learn basic vocabulary like days of the week and clothing
  • Ask and answer simple questions in Latin
  • Share basic ideas about themselves and others
  • Read stories with repetitive vocabulary, such as Syra Sola
  • Practice pronunciation of classical Latin
  • Explore culture topics such as the Roman family
  • Motor skills and movement patterns  
  • Dribbling and ball control  
  • Passing and receiving  
  • Combining balanced and weight transfers  
  • Offensive and defensive skills
  • Game strategies and tactics
  • Fitness knowledge
  • Working with others and sportsmanship 
  • Coding literacy with web design in HTML 
  • Digital animation 
  • Programming Sphero robots 
  • Practical Action challenge: Design for a Better World 
  • History of Los Angeles: Roadways, electric trains, oil, and nonrenewable resources 
  • Tending to the school garden and chickens
  • Introduction to multimedia art-making techniques
  • Develop advanced vocabulary to incorporate into critiques and artist statements
  • Learn about different jobs and responsibilities in a museum setting
  • Discuss the use of art to communicate beliefs, values, and behaviors
  • Different types of lines when creating art: contour, continuous, blind 
  • Understand ideas of realism, abstract, and non-representational art. 
  • Developing skills using perspective drawing
  • Use of harmony, unity, and emphasis in their art and the art of others. 
  • Create characters, stories, and design elements 
  • Perform in one drama production a year
  • Demonstrate use of body and voice to communicate
  • Examine performance skills
  • Critically respond, offering comments and observations
  • Instrumental split into winds and strings
  • Winds begin instruction with an instrument of choice
  • Strings begin ensemble playing and continue to develop string techniques
  • Continue to study musical notation and do method bookwork
  • Emphasis on independent playing, melody, and harmony
  • Prepare for and participate in an end of year performance
  • Participate in drum circles

 

  • We feature a wide variety of books
  • We go once a week for a read aloud and to check out books
  • We encourage questions and model reading strategies
  • We have character-based discussions
  • We have a large selection of books including fiction, nonfiction, and reference materials There are many Newbery and Caldecott winners in our holdings
  • The librarian is able to refer our students to many diverse books to students
  • There is a different display each month of theme-based artifacts
  • Informed by our Episcopal identity
  • Once a week gathering with kindergarten through fifth-grade students
  • Once a week gathering with all grades
  • Time to reflect, pray, learn, and acknowledge events in the lives of students
  • Celebrate birthdays and communal events
  • Led by school chaplain with the assistance of the student chaplains
  • Guest speakers are welcomed to discuss different aspects of faith
  • Families and friends are welcome