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As a fifth grader, and leader of our Elementary building,

students focus on being a responsible leader. We mimic middle school rewards and expectations for homework. This is to help with the students eventual transition to middle school.


  • Students are allowed to have up to (3) late assignments per month before parents are notified. Once they have exceeded the amount for the month, a slip will then come home with your child for you to sign and return. This form states that your child will not be participating in our end of the month party. Each month, this will “re-start” and the class will choose a new fun activity or reward.


  • Assignment Notebooks are expected to be signed by a parent or guardian each night. This is to ensure that they are completing homework, and for parents and teachers to communicate. 


  • Students will be required to complete a weekly reading log, reading 15 minutes each night. These will be checked on Fridays.


  • Students will receive 3 tickets per week. This is used to monitor and reward behavior. Any tickets they have at the end of the week can be traded in for various treats. 

Molly Heiar

Fifth Grade Teacher

  • I graduated with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from UW-Platteville.

  • I have many family members in the profession and enjoy spending my days at school with the kids.

  • In my free time, I enjoy reading, running, good humor, being outdoors, cooking, and getting together with family and friends. 

Payton Kopp

Fifth Grade Teacher

  • Grew up in Cuba City. 

  • Attended UWP to obtain a degree in Elementary Education.

  • Student taught at SW in Spring of 2022 and then hired on full-time in Fall of 2022.

  • Some of my favorite things to do is take my dog, Moose, swimming on the Platteville trail.

  • I like to spend time with my family by attending their events such as my brothers college football games and watching my dad coach on friday nights.

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