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250 Wall Street
West Long Branch, NJ

Fifth Grade

Ms. Laufenberg
5th Grade Homeroom and English Language Arts for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th

HW for Week of 2/18

Monday - No School
Tuesday - Started Ch 3 Packet in class
Wednesday - Reading Comprehension #14
Thursday - Pronoun Review! Study!
Friday - Quiz on Chapters 1-3



The Fifth Grade Homework!

HW for Week of 2/11 

For Tuesday 2/12 - SS# 61
For Wednesday 2/13 - SS# 62
For Thursday 2/14 - SS# 63 and Ch. 2 Packet
For Friday 2/15 - SS# 64 & SS Quiz & CTQ Ch 2 on Google Classroom

*** We Will be working on Chapter 2 of "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe"


HW for Week of Feb. 4th

For Monday - 2/4 - Any left over Scholastic Questions
For Tuesday - 2/5 -SS# 58
For Wed. - 2/6 - SS# 59
For Thursday - 2/7 - SS# 60
For Friday - 2/8 - SS Quiz

***We will start reading our class book - "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" 

HW for Catholic Schools Week

Be Prepared to study Pronouns! All of the types we talked about! Subjective, Objective, Possessive, Reflexive and Intensive!!!

Be Prepared to Start enjoying a new Surprise Book!


HW for Week of January 21st

Monday - Off
For Tuesday - Groundhog Art 
For Wednesday - SS# 57
For Thursday - SS# 58

For Friday - Reading Comp Quiz
*** We can use tissues for the classroom too!

All homework is posted on Google Classroom (

Writing Assignments will be due on Google Classroom! They must be submitted by the due dates! 

The after school hours for ELA are Tuesday and Wednesday until 3:00 pm.

Happy New Year from Fiona, Callie Girl and Pink!


In the middle school, we study a variety of topics, including units in grammar, literature, and writing.  We focus on improving critical thinking skills.  Some of these activities are completed in the classroom, and others are home assignments.

Even though we read novels and other literature in class, please encourage your child to read on his or her own. This Summer the students have two books to read with assignments. They are also being asked to keep a Reading Log. It is so important for the classes to keep reading as it helps build fluency, increase vocabulary, and build background on a variety of subjects. 

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” ― Dr. Seuss, "I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!"

“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” – Walt Disney


Supplies needed throughout the year

- box of tissues

-antibacterial wipes and hand lotion

!Thank you



5th Grade Teachers

Math - Mrs. Jacobs * Science - Mrs. Smith * Social Studies, Religion & Penmanship - Mrs. Nolan * Spanish - Mrs. Laugelli * Technology, Vocabulary &  Media Literacy - Mrs. LeTendre * Music - Ms. Park