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Parent Orientation 2014-2015. Classroom Rules Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself Respect yourself, others, and your environment Be prepared with.

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1 Parent Orientation

2 Classroom Rules Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself Respect yourself, others, and your environment Be prepared with books, supplies, and assignments Follow directions promptly Learn

3 Consequences Warning (3 sticks) Lose 5 minutes for every disruption thereafter Extreme behavior issues will be referred to the office.

4 Rewards Verbal praise Good note/ /text home Treat Fish Various passes (homework, no shoes in class, listen to tunes while your work, ect.)

5 Test

6 Graded Paper Folder Will be sent home biweekly on Friday Folder and Grade sheet must be returned by Tuesday of the following week Review the test and report with your child Keep all the test for further review on those skills

7 Agenda Students are responsible for copying down their homework in their agenda every morning It is to be taken home and returned to school daily Please sign your child’s agenda every night

8 Language Arts Block Reading and Language Arts will be combined on your child’s report card under Language Arts Reading Comprehension will make up 50% of the total grade Writing will take up 40% of the total grade Performance Based Assessment (PBA),Listening and Speaking will take up 10% of the total grade

9 Math Block Students’ math grades will be made up of 3 different types of assessment 30% will be made up of Independent Skills Practice (ISP) such as daily skills sheets, morning work, My Math supplements 30% will be made up of Performance-Based Assessments (PBA’s)- PBA’s are specific to each nine weeks per pacing guide. I have put the pacing guide on our calendar up to a month in advance 40% will be made up of Assessments-district created standard assessments (chapter test)

10 Common Core Larger amount of informational text Reading various stories and comparing using understanding of text elements Science/Social Studies will be a part of Reading as well as mini-projects

11 Helping your child succeed Read aloud to your child and have your child read aloud to you. While your reading ask questions. What do you think will happened next? Why do you think he did that? Ask in-depth how or why questions that encourage comparing and contrasting. Help them THINK

12 Helping your child succeed Learn multiplication facts Practice skills used in everyday life: while at the grocery store, weight the items, compare prices, determine the best price, and make change Tell time

13 Award Ceremonies We will hold award ceremonies at the end of each nine week period for the students making Principal’s List, Honor Roll, Most Improved, and Citizenship End of the year awards will be held in the classroom. Every child will receive an award Parents are welcomed and encouraged to attend all awards ceremonies

14 Breakfast/Lunch/Snack Breakfast is $1.25 (7:55-8:15) Student lunch is $2.50 Adult lunch is $3.00 Snacks in the classroom at the end of the day with snacks from home

15 School Times School starts at 8:25 and students are considered tardy after 8:31 One day suspension will occur after 15 tardies. Another one day suspension after every 3 rd tardy thereafter Car riders are dismissed at 3:20 Bus riders begin dismissal at 3:25 Students must be present 63% of the day to be counted present. If a student misses more than 2 hours and 17 minutes they will be considered absent

16 Field Trips Students are required to ride the bus to and from the field trip If a parent wishes to check their child out to ride with them, they must come to the school and check them out. If you chose for your child to not attend the field trip, you must submit a written letter to Mrs. Love prior to the event

17 Classroom Parties We have one party during the school year, Christmas

18 School Safety The office will be checking the driver’s license of anyone checking students out All visitors must check in through the office and receive a visitors pass

19 Conferences Can be held during activity on Monday, Wednesday or Friday (1:15-2:00) No conferences can be scheduled on Thursday due to grade level meetings If these time is not available for you, we can also schedule conferences before school or immediately after school

20 Communication Communication is very important to the students’ success. I try my very best to make sure you are aware of what is going on at school. If you every have any questions of need more clarification on anything please feel free to , text, or come by and see me! Please sign up for Remind if you have not already! I have 27 parents and students signed up now which is fabulous! Check out our webpage.

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