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Tammy Quinn


Houghton Mifflin Reading Series Themes:

  • Theme 1: Nature's Fury
  • Theme 2: Give It All You Got!
  • Theme 3: Voices of the Revolution
  • Theme 4: Person to Person
  • Theme 5: One Land, Many Trails
  • Theme 6: Animal Encounters

Dear Families,

Welcome to fifth grade at Austinburg Elementary, where I teach Language Arts and Social Studies.

Hopefully, everyone had a great summer! I am eager to get to meet all of my new

kids and families, and I know that we will have an excellent 2013-2014 school year.

On this website, you will find supply lists, directions for certain assignments, parent letters, links to educational websites, and anything else that might be helpful. This website is a work in progress, and I will strive to update it as much as possible.

Again, I look forward to an outstanding school year!

Sincerely,
Tammy Quinn
5th grade
Austinburg Elementary


SCHOOL SUPPLIES
*We prefer students do not buy/use large trappers, as they take up lots of space in lockers and classrooms. Individual folders work fine for organizing papers.
Notebook paper
(at least 2 packs of college rule)
2 Dry erase markers (1 black and 1 any other color) and a sock for eraser
1 pair of scissors
Five(5) spiral notebooks - (1 blue, 1 yellow, 1 red, 1 green ) for class & 1any color for library
1 box of24count crayons or 1 box colored pencils
1 Elmer's Glue (4 oz. is adequate) and 1 regular size glue stick
Standard # 2 pencils (mechanical pencils optional)
Four book covers (grocery bags will work)
2 Boxes of facial tissue
Five 2-pocket folders with prongs: 1 - red, 1 - green, 1- yellow, 1 - blue, and 1 - orange 1 Supply/crayon zip pouch2 packs of note cards
1 composition notebook1 container of antibacterial wipes1 blue and 1 red pen
Please consider donating the following supplies: Pencils, paper, spirals, cap erasers, sandwich bags, gallon bags, and post-its