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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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The following students were the top fundraisers for the school: fifth-grader Riley Demko collected $1,320; fourth-grader Bradley Parmley collected $1,070; and fifth- grader Thomas Natarajan collected $800.
Fifth-grader Christa Fandino will definitely have some spare change with her abstinence choice.
Computer software in the district has played a big role in creating mini-math wizards, such as Michellae Brown, a fifth-grader now doing seventh-grade math problems.
I think we should have to pay taxes on junk food," says Thomas, a fifth-grader at Findley Academy in Akron, Ohio.
Parent Dorothy Pickler told the newspaper that she contacted school officials and requested that her fifth-grader not be subjected to Williams.
The average fifth-grader correctly answered 13 of 15 questions while the typical college student missed one.
The 11-year-old fifth-grader said it stands for fantastic or fun.
Winners included Tamia Gaines of Dallas, a fifth-grader at John Neely Bryant Elementary School, and Christian Burgs, a fifth-grader at Garden Villas Elementary in Houston.
This felt really good," said fifth-grader Sofia Gonzalez.
They were Earvin Narvasa of Agnes Stewart Middle School and Mark Laird of Thurston Middle School, both eighth-graders from Springfield; Lloyd Lamoureux, a fifth-grader at Edison Elementary, and Nathan Cornwell, a seventh-grader at St.
Gym should definitely be required in school," says Patrick Lanni, 10, a fifth-grader at Pierrepont School in Rutherford, New Jersey.
It's a great program that will get you healthy and fit and it will get you exercised," said Ray Mendiola, a 10-year-old fifth-grader at Western Valley Elementary School in Phoenix who participated in the Challenge.