Cleveland Elementary School


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Mrs. Neff's Class Website

Welcome to our Class Site

You can find information about your class, content you're learning and links to sites where you can practice your skills or play games by clicking on the pages for each subject or checking out the links to the left.


This week's announcement:


I apologize for not posting last week. The server was down last Sunday.


Welcome to Ms Thomas, our new student teacher from CSULB. She will be in our room for the next 7 weeks. She just completed her first assignment in Mrs. Oscarson's third grade class and switched places with Ms. Gomez who is now working in 3rd grade. We wish Ms. Gomez well and will miss her, while we are excited to spend the next 7 weeks with Ms. Thomas.


This week in Room 22

Week of March 27th



5th: Student will work with decimals dividing decimals by decimals to get the number of groups made of the pieces. We are moving from models to drawing picture representations.


4th: Student will work understanding how to measure and draw angles using protractors.



4th grade skill: Students will continue to identify cause and effect relationships. 

5th grade skill: Students will work on identifying the cause and effect relationships.



Writing: Students will revise their expository why essays applying feedback they received on their prompt identifying the best dog breed from their research and graphic organizer (map) made last week. 


History:  Explorers of CA (4th) and US (5th)

5th: Student will learn about other colonies that came to the New World, the reasons they came and how they survived the hardships.

4th: Students will continue to learn about the presidios and pueblos built by the Spanish settlers in California.




New science unit: Heat Transfer

This week students will learn about Conduction and Convection.


Health: Health work is done at home. Discussions are held on Friday.

5th: Chapter  lesson : none

4th: Chapter  lesson : none


This Week's News

Monday 3/27

Tuesday 3/28:        4th grade library  

Wednesday 3/29:    

Thursday 3/30          Early Dismissal @ 1:30

Friday 3/31    


Testing Homework

Leading up to testing, the students are now expected to take one English Language Arts (ELA) practice test each week and one Math practice test each week. Practice tests are located at the California Assessment of Students Performance and Progress website (CAASPP). Click on the link to get to the website. They then click on the green button on the top row in the middle “Practice & Training Tests”. Then they choose Student Interface Practice and Training Tests.  


Click here to go to the website.


Testing Practice Update (3/3)


Students may continue to practice on their own. I have collected their testing papers now that they completed one of each sample test.

Jiji Math Homework

Dear Parents,

     The students have done a wonderful job with their work on JiJi in class and many stayed with me after school to get help and use the extra time. I am so proud of their progress. Many of the students have reached 100% of the curriculum. There is a school wide incentive to reach 70% by the end of the month (that's this week). Most of the students are already there. If your child is not, the lessons were released for homework and the students are welcome to stay with a note from you specifying you have given your permission for them to stay after school and work on it.


Thanks so much for your support!



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