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1Welcome. I am so excited to meet you all. Please do the following: 1 Welcome! I am so excited to meet you all! Please do the following: 1. Take one of each paper on the back counter. 2. Find your child's seat. 3. Enjoy the letter they wrote you and write something back to them on the back. 4. Start to fill out the parent information paper. 5. Please take a treat from the back table Thanks! Mrs. Krasselt
2Welcome to Back-to-School Night! Erica Krasselt Tara Grike
5Classroom Rules 1. Be respectful to everyone and everything. 2. Do Not talk when others are talking.3. No bullying and always show kindness.4. Follow directions the 1st time given.5. Be responsible and try your best!Created by students in room 214
6Classroom Consequences WarningLose 5 minutes of recessLose entire recessSilent snack/dismissalThinking paper to be signed by student, teacher, and parentParent contact (note home, phone call, )Before/After school detentionWritten apologyMeeting with student’s parent
8Notes to the TeacherPlease bring in notes for: *Early dismissals *Change of transportation *Absences *Missing after school clubs
9Math Curriculum Place Value and Rounding Multi-Digit Addition and SubtractionMultiplicationDivision with 1 digit numbersElapsed TimeOperations with MoneyGeometryUnderstanding FractionsUnits of Measurement (Metric & Customary)Data, graphs, and ProbabilityProblem Solving
10Language Arts New Houghton Mifflin Reading Series, Trade Books, Poetry Sequencing- order of story eventsConnect – Looking for ways to connect the text to self, another text, or the world.Predict – Use evidence to anticipate what will happen next in the text.Question – Asking questions to clarify.Visualize – Creating a picture in your mind.Summarize – Identifying important information briefly.Reading Critically –Making InferencesDrawing ConclusionsComparing and ContrastingNoting Details
11Scholastic Book Orders Reading for fun is a crucial part of becoming a self-learner. Book orders can encourage this!You can either order online or by sending the order form and a check to me.Teacher code:
12Writing Curriculum Focus Content Organization Style Conventions SpellingGrammar and Mechanics**Writings are graded based on a rubric.
13Types of Writing Expository – explain Narrative – tell a story Descriptive – Use vivid detailsPersuasive-to attempt to change point of viewPoetryJournal writing
14Humanities Communities Regions of the United States Immigration Westward ExpansionCurrent Events
15ScienceMeasurementWater Cycle (Weather)Solar System
16Other Important Information Snack timeWe have a 15 minute snack break every morning at 10:00. Please provide your child with a healthy snack each day. Water only for drinks, please. Our lunch time is not until 1:15 P.M. It is a very long morning and we are all working hard!BedtimePlease be sure that your child gets to bed early each night. Children of this age group require about 10 hours of sleep. A regular bedtime is a good habit that will demonstrate to your child that school is important! BreakfastStarting off the day with a healthy breakfast is another way to ensure your child’s success in school. They will feel more energized and ready to face the day with a full stomach.Room TemperatureThe temperature in our room tends to fluctuate. If a student is cold, they must wear the School Lane uniform sweater over their uniform shirt. Students may not wear a non-uniform sweater or sweatshirt. They may wear a long sleeve shirt under the uniform shirt.Other Important Information
17Dress CodeOn gym days, students must wear gray or black shorts or sweatpants (do not have to have SLCS logo).Students need to wear a SLCS logo t-shirt or sweatshirt.Students also need to wear sneakers.On any day, if a student does not follow dress code regulations, they will be sent to the office to call home for a change of clothing.
18Friday FolderEvery Friday this folder will come home with your student with the items I have graded that week. Please take the graded work and keep it with you unless otherwise indicated or you have a question about something. Then sign and date the sheet and return it with the folder Monday. If you do have a question or comment about a piece of work please write the question or comment in the space provided and send the piece back so I can take a look. Thanks!My goal is to hand back work quickly but there may be times when I am unable to send the folder on Friday—if this happens I will send a notice home in your student’s planner. I will then send the folders home Monday.
19Homework PolicySpelling and Math homework will be checked daily for completionIf a student is missing homework they will fill out a homework excuse slip that will be signed by the student, teacher and parent
20IB Learner ProfileAs a part of the new IB program the Middle School has adopted, the entire school is beginning to teach students the Learner Profile.We will be studying and applying a word a week.How you can help?: Ask your child about the word of the week and talk about ways they can apply it. Thanks!!!