Mrs. Hickson's Class

Dearborn Public Schools


on June 3, 2020

Students, if you are turning in an assignment on Google classroom that was assigned 5/26 – 5/29 please email me that you have turned it in. (This DOES NOT apply to students who are up to date with assignments.) Google classroom doesn’t notify me when you hand it in. This is not necessary for current assignments that were made this week 6/1 – 6/5.  I will not be accepting work after June 5th at 5 pm due to the district’s timeline for entering grades for report cards so please be sure you have all your work handed in.

Dear Parents,

As the school year is coming to an end, we wanted to take this time to thank you for all of your continued support and understanding.  None of what we have accomplished could have been possible without the strong partnership we have as a community.  

Our plan this week is to have a day for material pick-up and drop-off.  The day is currently planned for Thursday, June 4th in the afternoon.  In order to maximize safety, we have assigned timings based on your child’s last name.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter A-M, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 12:00-1:30pm.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter N-Z, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 1:30-3:00pm.

We ask that students do not accompany adults and that we practice safety precautions at all times.  Please plan on coming with a mask on, practice social distancing and come in to pick up items and leave immediately.  We greatly appreciate your support in keeping everyone safe and healthy.

Below are a few important pieces of information to be aware of:

  • Pick-up/Drop-off will occur on the South Playground (near Myrte).  
  • There will be an area marked for each classroom teacher.  Student materials have been placed in brown paper bags and extra material in a plastic bag ready for pick up with your child’s name.  There will also be a basket with the teacher’s name there for you to drop off any classroom books/materials.  These items should be placed in a bag, clearly marked with your child’s name.  Please remember, some students have lots of items, so come prepared.  
  • In the lot, there will also be bins for you to drop-off:
    • library books
    • classroom collection books
    • reading group books
    • Social Studies History Atlas
    • musical instruments
    • safety belts
    • service squad pins

Please clearly mark your child’s name on these items by either placing them in a bag or using a piece of masking tape.  

  • There will also be a table to pick up your child’s medicine, anything left will be disposed of according to policy.
  • If you have been collecting pop tabs, we will also have the box outside to collect those pop-tabs.
  • Yearbooks and Spring Pictures have come in, there will be a table set up for those.  5th graders will get their yearbook in their promotion bags.

Since this will all occur outside, we are hoping that the weather cooperates.  If things change, we will let you know.  

Have a wonderful day!

Ms. Tiba


Answers from yesterday’s math homework 6.23

Today we are working on Module 6 lesson 26 . Here is the link to the video:

Today we will do problem set numbers 1 a-d, 2a-b and homework numbers 1-3


Today we will work on the end of the unit assessment. It will just be counted as an assignment, so don’t worry. You can look at your old quizzes and any mysteries if you need to. This is in a google form, so click on the link to complete it.

ELA: You should go on to Raz Kids and read at least one book and take at least one quiz.

Social Studies: The war is over but not everyone in America is free. Meanwhile, King George lll seems to be having trouble understanding that Great Britain is no longer in charge of America. Episodes 138 and 139 will be watched out of order because I want to be sure we are watching in correct historical order. There will be a quiz on Google Classroom on Friday which will include information from today so be sure you are watching carefully. You could even take notes!

***************************Just for fun!!!!******************************

Let’s have our daily art lesson from Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author and illustrator of Punk Farm, Lunch Lady, and Jedi Academy.

Let’s learn the countries of Europe and their capital cities!

Now a read aloud from The Brother’s Grimm. They were from Germany and wrote many of the folktales still popular today!

On today’s home safari we will meet the Southern Tamandua!!

Now after all that hard work I think I’ll have a milkshake!!

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