Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Mrs. Hellmann’s Room Classroom Rules Consequences Binders Home Communication Parent Involvement Mrs. Hellmann’s Room Thank You."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to Mrs. Hellmann’s Room Classroom Rules Consequences Binders Home Communication Parent Involvement Mrs. Hellmann’s Room Thank You
Classroom Rules Treat one another, as you would like to be treated. We will be Truthful. We will be Trustworthy. We will be Active Listeners. We will not use Put Downs. We will do our Personal Best everyday.
Management Plan Our classroom management plan is built around a mini-economy and personal ribbon. The students will receive money for arriving to school on time and being prepared to work. Every other Monday the students will receive a ribbon to decorate and hang in the classroom for 2 weeks.
Consequences 1 st Offense – The student receives a “Warning.” He or she will put their name on the board and pay a fine. 2 nd Offense – The student will put a check by their name, cut the bottom portion of their ribbon, pay a fine and spend some “time-out.” 3 rd Offense – Same as the 2 nd offense, but the child will call a parent and explain their circumstance.
Behavior Students should intrinsically want to behave. I do not anticipate any problems this year. If you have any concerns, please contact me as soon as possible.
Binders Everyday your child will bring home his or her binder. In the front inside cover we will place our homework or notes. In the back inside cover we will place our work that is to go home and can stay at home.
Binders Inside the binder are important reference sheets that need to stay in the binder all year. The reference sheets consist of: Word lists – These are the words that will be taught throughout the year. Doubles Chart – This chart is how your child will learn their doubles.
Binders Hundreds Chart – Your child needs to know how to count by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s to 100. As we add any other reference sheets we will put them in sheet protectors for you.
Home Communication If your child has a discipline or academic problem at home I will either write a note in the binder that day (unless it was with a substitute or another teacher) or I will call you that day. Please check the binder daily. If you have a note for me or lunch money for your child, please put it in the front inside cover of the binder.
Home Communication Starting in October we will have a Homework Calendar that will have all homework assignments for the month listed. (Please note that this does not include make-up work.)
Parent Involvement As a parent your help is always needed and appreciated. I am a strong believer in reading everyday. When you can continue to encourage your child that will help us progress.
Parent Involvement If you are interested in helping with classroom parties or field trips, please fill out the “Parent Volunteer” sheet. If there is anything that you want me to know about your child or your family, please leave me a note tonight or send me a note in your child’s binder.
Mrs. Hellmann’s Room In our room I expect everyone to respect one another.
Mrs. Hellmann’s Room In our room I want our differences to be recognized and celebrated!
Mrs. Hellmann’s Room In our room I want learning to be exciting and life-long.
Mrs. Hellmann’s Room In our room we will practice our lifeskills daily.
Thank You! Thank you for coming! I look forward to working with you and your child this year.
It is good to have an end to journey towards, but it is the journey that matters in the end. -Ursula K. LeGuin