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Kristin Iacono's Classroom: Welcome to Fifth Grade

Our Class Schedule

8:45 Morning Meeting
9:05 Special
9:45 Flex
10:30 Math
11:30 Lunch/Recess
12:15 Literacy Workshops (Snack at 1:45)
2:00 Success
2:30 Read Aloud
2:55 Dismissal

SSD Curriculum Resources

Unified Arts Schedule

Monday: Library
Band Lessons

Tuesday: Music

Wednesday: Chorus

Thursday: Art
Strings Lessons

Friday: PE- Sneakers!

Mrs. Iacono's Zoom

Mrs. Iacono

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Kristin Iacono
William E. Lancaster Memorial School
54 Millville Street
Salem, NH 03079


  1. Reading: In school, we talk about the difference between working on reading and just reading. During our Reader’s Workshop in school, we work on reading. For homework, students are invited to just read. Please help your child build in 20 minutes of reading into their evening routine to enjoy a picture book, chapter book, a magazine article, an audiobook… the limits are endless! This homework will not be posted each night. It’s an ongoing expectation to build a strong reading life.

  2. ST Math: Students are expected to solve 100 puzzles each week.  They will be given two class periods of about 30 min to work on it in school.  That means in order to meet the 100 puzzle expectation students are responsible for working on ST Math for homework some nights.  We recommend students solve 25 puzzles each day so they have met the expectation by Friday.

  3. Math Application Problem: Most nights, students will be assigned an application problem in Google Classroom.They know to use the RDW strategy: Read, Draw, Write. They must answer the question in a complete sentence and be prepared to share how they solved the problem at school the next day. You and your child will know if there is a problem to complete by checking the upcoming work in Google Classroom.

Google Classroom

Google Classroom

Elementary students in Grades 2-5 will access Google Classroom with a district-issued username and password.