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fifth grade

n
(Education) (in the US)the fifth year of school, when children are ten or eleven years old
ˌfifth-ˈgrader n
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Nearly 5,000 Chicago fifth grade students are becoming Super Energy Savers through a joint education program offered by ComEd and Peoples Gas.
The Sanipac truck winners are: Sydney Mills, third grade, Oak Hill School; Johana Dawson, fifth grade, Creslane Elementary; Fiona Reardon, fifth grade, Applegate Elementary; Addison Bardwell, fourth grade, Gilham Elementary; Soriah Delf, fourth grade, Adams Elementary, and Jantzen McDonald, third grade, McCornack Elementary.
WEST BOYLSTON -- Major Edward's fifth grade student Katie Steeves was chosen to write about the school's recent outdoor reading room, where fifth-grade students worked with younger students on reading-related activities.
Muscat: Civil Service Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Omar Al Marhoon yesterday issued a ministerial decision related to the Ministry of Civil Service's (64) employees occupying the fifth grade.
The children were followed from the time they started kindergarten through fifth grade.
Results suggest adequate reliability for the fifth grade multiple choice reading comprehension measures.
The fact that an intervention beginning in the first grade produced a significant effect on children's behavior in the fifth grade strengthens the case for initiating prevention programs in elementary school, before most children have begun to engage in problem behaviors.
The foundation's new Fifth Grade Program educates fifth graders to recognize, treat, and understand seizures and epilepsy.
A 1997 state requirement that all children in Illinois receive the hepatitis B vaccine series in order to enter the fifth grade has not only raised the rate of vaccination to more than 90% in a group of Chicago-area high school students but also has narrowed the vaccination disparity between white students and black or Hispanic students, according to results of a retrospective cohort study.
This resource for pre-service and in-service teachers presents practical strategies for teaching literacy in the fifth grade classroom.
Kim Tredick, who teaches fifth grade at Sulphur Springs Community School, received thunderous applause at a school assembly when presented with the no-strings Milken National Educator Award.
As a volunteer teacher for the AIWF/NY Days of Taste[R] program, she participates in a discovery-based program for fourth and fifth grade children to learn about food and how it weaves its way through daily life from the farm to the table.