Mrs. Michelle Petty

Welcome to 5th Grade!


Mrs. Michelle Petty

A Little About Your Teacher:  I have been teaching in the Bristol Township School District since August of 2004, right after I graduated from Penn State University (WE ARE...).  I have a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Holy Family University as well.  I have always believed that if you want to achieve your dreams, you need to work hard.  If you want to succeed, you must at least try and give it your best at all times.  As an educator, that is all I ask--try your best and positive things will happen!  I love watching children discover new things, and teaching allows me to do this on a daily basis.  When all is said and done, I hope that my students can say they learned something new each day in fifth grade.  

"The wonder of teaching is watching caterpillars become butterflies."

Homework for December 14, 2017
*Tomorrow will be Day C!
Language Arts:  2 lines
Math:  Math Fraction Review (both sides)
*PAWS shirts on Wednesdays
*Hat Days on Fridays for $1!
*Continue to get needed supplies. 

Fifth Grade Supply List 2017-2018

 

***Please write your name on ALL of your supplies

2 large boxes of tissues, which will be shared with the class throughout the year

1 container of Clorox wipes

1 black Sharpie Pen (for labeling supplies)

1 large soft zip-up pencil case (no hard-sided cases)

Pencils (many): no lead or mechanical pencils

2 large pink erasers

*1 pack of red pens

*1 pack of blue/black pens

*2 packs black (only) whiteboard markers (make sure you have enough, we use these all through the year)

2 Yellow highlighters

1 whiteboard eraser

1 small whiteboard

Crayons (16 pack)

Scissors

2 large glue sticks

5 single subject copybooks

Pencil sharpener (small)

9 folders (each folder should have 2 bottom pockets –plastic coated preferred and no prongs)

 

*Starred items include larger quantities so that they can last throughout the school year.  Students should have 2-3 of each item in their desks.  Extras should be kept at home and used to replenish school supplies as needed throughout the year.