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1 Curriculum Night We know every child by name and by need!

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3 Tonight Parents Will: Understand their role in the parent community Know ways they can be involved in their child’s classroom and school Understand the role of a student at Lakeview Understand the rituals and routines that make Lakeview a successful Learning Community Understand their role in the parent community Know ways they can be involved in their child’s classroom and school Understand the role of a student at Lakeview Understand the rituals and routines that make Lakeview a successful Learning Community

4 Lakeview’s Mission Lakeview Elementary will help students and parents set goals based on clear expectations, teach the curriculum, assess and monitor students’ progress, help students provide feedback and appropriate safety nets in preparation for a rigorous middle school curriculum.

5 How We Communicate Bobcat Binder Monthly Newsletter from Teachers Newsletters from Mrs. Seltzer Newsletters from PTA Teacher Websites Remind 101 Texts from Ms. Wojno & Mrs. Bingham blasts from Mrs. Palmieri Bobcat Binder Monthly Newsletter from Teachers Newsletters from Mrs. Seltzer Newsletters from PTA Teacher Websites Remind 101 Texts from Ms. Wojno & Mrs. Bingham blasts from Mrs. Palmieri

6 Remind 101 Mauk, Palmieri, Wojno Download the Remind app. It’s Free! Enter the class or to Bingham/Huddleston: to Mauk, Palmieri, Wojno Download the Remind app. It’s Free! Enter the class or to Bingham/Huddleston: to

7 Attendance We can only have 11 kids total in all of Lakeview absent to stay at this percentage.

8 Teacher Webpages

9 Teacher Newsletter

10 On-line Grades

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14 Report Cards Progress reports each 3 weeks Report cards each 6 weeks Both are sent electronically unless specified in writing to the office. Progress reports each 3 weeks Report cards each 6 weeks Both are sent electronically unless specified in writing to the office.

15 Physical Education for 3-5

16 Workshop Model Reading, Writing, Math, and Science all follow the workshop model. Workshop model consists of an opening, work period, and a closing. Reading, Writing, Math, and Science all follow the workshop model. Workshop model consists of an opening, work period, and a closing.

17 Opening – The teacher introduces a topic, skill, or concept to the entire class. This gives the teacher an opportunity to model her expectations Work Period – Students practice the skill while the teacher gives individual or small group assistance Closing – Students share our their learning with the whole group. The students become the teacher. Opening – The teacher introduces a topic, skill, or concept to the entire class. This gives the teacher an opportunity to model her expectations Work Period – Students practice the skill while the teacher gives individual or small group assistance Closing – Students share our their learning with the whole group. The students become the teacher.

18 Reading and Writing Reader’s and Writer’s Notebook Goal Setting Anchor Charts Reading Logs Million Word Challenge Book of the Month Reader’s and Writer’s Notebook Goal Setting Anchor Charts Reading Logs Million Word Challenge Book of the Month

19 Million Word Challenge MWC will be tracked on sheet in reading journal/notebook Reading log in Bobcat Binder for tracking at home reading 25 chapter books on their reading level On-level books are what counts Kick off will be in October. Books counted beginning August 26th. More information will be sent home after kickoff

20 Math Guided Math Groups within the work period of workshop New Curriculum - Origo Math expectations – show all thinking, ask questions when unsure, be an advocate for self. Students should know their multiplication facts through 12 Writing in math (note booking) Big concepts taught at your grade level - Mathematical Process, Equivalence, Multiplication and division, geometry, algebraic thinking, measurement, place value, and data analysis Guided Math Groups within the work period of workshop New Curriculum - Origo Math expectations – show all thinking, ask questions when unsure, be an advocate for self. Students should know their multiplication facts through 12 Writing in math (note booking) Big concepts taught at your grade level - Mathematical Process, Equivalence, Multiplication and division, geometry, algebraic thinking, measurement, place value, and data analysis

21 Science Workshop New Science Book Inquiry Process Writing in Science/ notebooks/ Depth and Complexity icons Science Processes, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science, Life Science Workshop New Science Book Inquiry Process Writing in Science/ notebooks/ Depth and Complexity icons Science Processes, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science, Life Science

22 Social Studies Our focus is the story of America. Social Studies is integrated through both reading and writing. DBQ – Document Based Questioning Students use their reading strategies to analyze a series of primary and secondary sources to answer a guiding question. We will complete two DBQ’s over the course of the year. Probes Our focus is the story of America. Social Studies is integrated through both reading and writing. DBQ – Document Based Questioning Students use their reading strategies to analyze a series of primary and secondary sources to answer a guiding question. We will complete two DBQ’s over the course of the year. Probes

23 Technology In Action Netbooks Digital Cameras Netschool Dell Tablets – (arriving soon) Netbooks Digital Cameras Netschool Dell Tablets – (arriving soon)

24 STAAR **Math – March 30 **Reading – March 31 Reading Retakes - May 12 **Science – April 22 **Math – March 30 **Reading – March 31 Reading Retakes - May 12 **Science – April 22

25 Conferences We have begun scheduling parent/teacher conferences Sign – up on Volunteer Spot for Mauk, Palmieri, and Wojno For Bingham and Huddleston Sign up on Signup Genius We have begun scheduling parent/teacher conferences Sign – up on Volunteer Spot for Mauk, Palmieri, and Wojno For Bingham and Huddleston Sign up on Signup Genius

26 Home Practice The purpose of homework is to reinforce concepts that have already been taught in class. Homework should not be difficult for students because it is just practice. Homework expectations – Math 10 – 15 questions nightly Monday –Thursday (not put into grade book but discussed in class for misunderstandings and misconceptions, quiz will be given over homework weekly.) Classwork not completed during given time can become homework. This should be finished at home and returned the next day unless otherwise indicated in Bobcat Binder.

27 Destination Imagination https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=dxV0SoEXSychttps://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=dxV0SoEXSyc Creative problem solving program DI teams are coached by parents We would love to expand our program Looking for parent volunteers https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=dxV0SoEXSychttps://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=dxV0SoEXSyc Creative problem solving program DI teams are coached by parents We would love to expand our program Looking for parent volunteers

28 Discipline 1. Treat Others Right 2. Make Smart Decisions 3.Maximize Your Potential Student elaborated on each topic. You can see full promise to each other displayed in the 5 th grade hall on posters signed by all. 1. Treat Others Right 2. Make Smart Decisions 3.Maximize Your Potential Student elaborated on each topic. You can see full promise to each other displayed in the 5 th grade hall on posters signed by all.

29 Lunch 5 th Grade lunch time 12:15 – 12:45 Visitors are welcome for lunch with your child. Please sit at the guest table with your child. Please work on your child eating within a 30 minute time frame and cleaning up after themselves. 5 th Grade lunch time 12:15 – 12:45 Visitors are welcome for lunch with your child. Please sit at the guest table with your child. Please work on your child eating within a 30 minute time frame and cleaning up after themselves.

30 Birthdays Store bought cupcakes or treats may be brought to the office. Treats will be sent to your students’ classroom to be shared the last 15 minutes of the day. No peanut products please Invitations are to passed out to the entire class Including paper products as needed is greatly appreciated Store bought cupcakes or treats may be brought to the office. Treats will be sent to your students’ classroom to be shared the last 15 minutes of the day. No peanut products please Invitations are to passed out to the entire class Including paper products as needed is greatly appreciated

31 Supplies

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33 Teacher Contact Info Mrs. Palmieri Mrs. Huddleston Mrs. Mauk Mrs. Bingham Ms. Wojno Mrs. Palmieri Mrs. Huddleston Mrs. Mauk Mrs. Bingham Ms. Wojno


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