West Central 5th grade teachers are excited about the new school year! Classroom teachers are Mrs. Winters, Miss Worthington, and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Lumbeck is the Special Education teacher and Ms. Lewis is the Title I teacher.
5th graders are experimenting to see what conditions make mold grow the fastest, or what stops mold from growing. This experiment is from our Mystery Science lesson that helps us to learn about decomposing.
5th graders use Flip Grid to tell about what they have learned in science this week!
5th grade students from West Central attended Safety Day on September 20th. This annual event is held in Stronghurst and is sponsored by the Warren-Henderson Farm Bureau. Students received education on may topics including how to stay safe . . .
West Central 5th graders have been learning about the engineering process. They began with the problem solving stage of figuring out how to make a paper rocket that could be launched from the provided launcher and that would travel at least . . .
5th graders who met their Accelerated Reader point goals celebrated with a candle light dinner. Students dined by candle light in the classroom with their teachers. Dinner music was provided as well as a special dessert of ice . . .
West Central 5th grade students traveled to Stronghurst on September 14th. Students attended session on a variety of safety related topics such as: internet safety, stranger danger, farm safety, first-aid, seat-belt usage, railroad . . .
Our 5th traders have been learning to think like scientists! We have done several experiments using the scientific method as our guide in thinking. Our first experiment included soaking Gummy Bears in several different solutions. The . . .
5 th Grade Science Exit Outcomes 1st Quarter 3-5-ETS1-2 - Generate and compare multiple possible solutions to a problem based on how well each is likely to meet the criteria and constraints of the . . .
1 st Quarter RI.5.2 – Determine two or more main ides of a text and explain how they are supported by key details RI.5.1 - Draw inferences, conclusions, and generalizations about text and support with prior knowledge . . .