Presentation on theme: "Long Mill Elementary EOG Family Night Ms. Ferrell- Principal Mrs. Jones- Assistant Principal Miss Fischer- Curriculum Resource Teacher Mrs. Dodson- Counselor."— Presentation transcript:
Long Mill Elementary EOG Family Night Ms. Ferrell- Principal Mrs. Jones- Assistant Principal Miss Fischer- Curriculum Resource Teacher Mrs. Dodson- Counselor Thank you to Laurel Mill & Franklinton for sharing this presentation!
Testing Dates Science- Thursday, May 12 th (5 th Grade Only) Reading- May 17 th Math (Calc. Active)- May 18 th Math (Calc. Inactive)- May 19 th
Re-Testing Not an option this year, any student who scores a I or II on any of the tests will need to do a re-test of that test on the dates scheduled below: Science- May 24 th Reading- June 1 st Math- June 2 nd and 3 rd
Achievement Level Ranges- IV, III, II, or I IV- Students performing at this level consistently perform in a superior manner clearly beyond that required to be proficient at grade-level work. III- Students performing at this level consistently demonstrate mastery of grade-level subject matter and skills and are well prepared for the next grade level. II- Students performing at this level demonstrate inconsistent mastery of knowledge and skills that are fundamental in this subject area and that are minimally sufficient to be successful at the next grade level. I- Students performing at this level do not have sufficient mastery of knowledge and skills in this subject area to be successful at the next grade level.
What is a wavier? A wavier can be given to any student in grades 3-5 who have not met promotion requirements. (Scoring a Level III or IV and/or passing all core subjects). -- FCS Policy 3420FCS Policy 3420
What is a wavier meeting? The wavier committee will meet to review the students profile, including students work samples, grades, and test scores. After the meeting the parents will be notified by the principal of the committees decision. Please come and have your voice be heard! -- FCS Policy 3420
Where can I find EOG Practice to Use at Home? Miss Fischers Moodle Page Released Test Items from 2009 Sample Items from DPI Web-Based, Interactive Items Math How-To Videos Test-Taking Strategies & Ideas
What are we doing to Prepare Your child for the EOG? 20 Day Remediation Plan –Objective-based instruction Based on Data from Spring Benchmarks –Whole group review of Needed Skills –Small Groups and Individual Instruction (When Needed) Intervention for the Re-test Practicing and Perfecting Reading and Math strategies.
What can I do at home? Get your child in the habit of eating a healthy breakfast before school Make sure your child has a set bedtime, and gets plenty of rest Complete homework daily with your child. Read with your child nightly. Ask higher level comprehension questions about reading material. Practice basic facts and problem solving skills.
What can we do the night before the test? Relax Eat a healthy meal before going to bed. Set Out Clothes & Needed Items for the Next Day BEFORE Going to Bed Get a good nights sleep.
What can I do on test day? Prepare a healthy breakfast for your child (low on sugars); No snack time, so be sure it is something that will stay with your child Make sure your child arrives to school on time. Encourage your child to do and be their best. Make sure your child dresses comfortably (bring a jacket in case it gets cold in the room) Avoid triggers and conflicts, if at all possible
Questions or concerns? Have a great evening! Thank you for your continued support in your childs education.