Class 5-2 Mrs. Maureen O'Loughlin

We are taking the IOWA assessments this week.  Please make sure all students have a good supply of sharpened #2 pencils with clean erasers.

 We have  set up "Google Classroom" for each of the classes. Students have been given a username and password, as well as a class code. Google Classroom will be used to post homework assignments, projects, and upcoming tests. It will also have our Math "Problem of the Week". Please check daily for updates.

Google Classroom Codes:
5-1 vggycvu
5-2 u4c36x4
5-3 pc45df
5-4 vjxvuw



Our theme of the month for October is "Empathy".
 
October is also the month of the Rosary.  We will begin our Religion class by praying a decade of the Rosary together. The students have each been assigned a different mystery of the Rosary and are working on a project for their mystery.




   
           




                     5th Grade Teachers:

Ms. Markey (5-1) ELA and Reading
Mrs. O'Loughlin (5-2) Math and Religion
Mrs. Christina M. Antona
cci (5-3) Social Studies and Reading
Mrs. Magas (5-4) Science, Health, and Religion
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Special Schedule for 5-2

A Day   Art
B Day   Gym
C Day   Library
D Day   Music
E Day   Computers
F Day   Liturgical Music





               All About Mrs. O'Loughlin____________

  As a graduate of St. Agnes Cathedral High School, I was happy and excited to resume my teaching career nine years ago here at St. Agnes. After obtaining my Bachelors Degree  from St. John's University, I began teaching (as Miss O'Connell), first at St. Joseph's in Holbrook, Massachusetts, and then at  St. Joseph's in Hewlett, New York. While teaching, I also worked a summer job at Aer Lingus (the Irish Airline).  This resulted in a move to Dublin when I got married and my three children were all born in Ireland. I was a "stay-at-home-Mom" until our return to the United States. I then embarked upon  earning a  Masters of Education at St. John's and accepted a position to teach fifth grade Math and Religion.
I am proud to be a member of the dedicated faculty here at St. Agnes Cathedral School.