Presentation on theme: "Excellent With Distinction. President Sherry Gibbons 330-248-1507 Treasurer Lana Tipton Secretary Lori Mickey Grade 6 Rep Lori May."— Presentation transcript:
Excellent With Distinction
President Sherry Gibbons Treasurer Lana Tipton Secretary Lori Mickey Grade 6 Rep Lori May
The Class of…… 2018
Music Mr. Stehura/Mr. Evans – Band Mrs. Clay – Choir PE Mr. Edie – Boys Mrs. Smith Girls
The mini’s Mrs. Nordquest – Family and Consumer Science Mr. Bailey – Industrial Tech Ms. Tomko – Art Mrs. Schlueter – Computer Application
New School Informational Web Page New system for parents to view their child’s grades in grades 2 – 12 2 Theatrical Productions this year
Web Site DLESCHOOL/
Wireless Laptop Cart Smartboards in6/8 Grade 6 classrooms thanks to PIE
Emergency Medical 9/9 Information used in 1 call system Insurance Mailed to company by 9/14 Calculator orders 9/14 Free and reduced lunch 9/16
Due September 15, 2010 /sites/US/productDetail/us_ti34mv.html /sites/US/productDetail/us_ti34mv.html $17.00
General Fee $20.00
$ White T-Shirts Due 9/09/11
September 22/23 Students sleep over at school 12 stations…Science, Technology,Team Building, and Nature
Progress Reports and report cards are carried home. If my child is absent for 3 days or more we can get assignments from the teachers. If they are absent less than 3 days.. Check the internet or pick up the week in the office You can come in after school and get to locker.
Student Pick-Up, 5 minute delay. Lunch is $2.15, Pre-pay the Friday before or from our school web site. Intervention in rooms Grade 6 HW on the internet Nuts and Bolts
hours a day Note on the return, plus doctors excuse
12 UNECEUSED ABSENCES GETS YOU.. THE PARENT CITED TO COURT!!!! Have you met our nurse?
EX: Grade 7 Band Students49/51 Passed State Reading Test = 96% 48/51 Passed State Math Assessment = 94%
OM Ambassadors Student Council Drama Show Choir Jazz Band Leo’s Club Newspaper Yearbook Much More in Grades 7/8
So that our youth can Read, Write, Problem Solve Grade 6 Achievement Tests in Reading and Math Grade 7 Reading, and Math Achievement Tests Grade 8 Achievement Tests (R, M, S) Grade 10 The Ohio Graduation Test
Late April/Early May
Hair should be clean, combed, and worn in a fashion that does not hinder sight. No unnatural hair coloring is permitted.
Clothing containing pictures and slogans which are suggestive (stated or implied), provocative, obscene, negative, or contains reference to tobacco, alcohol, drugs or are questionable in nature are unacceptable.
New No Piercing
They just cannot focus when we show some skin. We are developing so clothing is important.
You throw….You Go! A Place of PEACE
It is not about an individual, its about us! TEAM
Cell phones, laptops, ipad etc may be used in a classroom if it is directed by the teacher for classroom instruction. Otherwise put away!
We want to be big, but…….. We are neither big nor small and we have special needs
Good vs. Evil
Demerits for a 100 please? Reward Days for a $1000
Detention Missed Reward Days Saturday School ISS OSS
Gifted – Mrs. Lori Pasch Intervention – Mr. Aaron Berstein
LA – 602 Mrs. Amy Criss SS – 604 Mr. John Hancock SC – 606 Mrs. Denise Ginocchi M – 608 Miss Judy French
SS – 601 – Mrs. Becky Hobbs LA – Mrs. Rachelle Ring SC – 605 – Mrs. Jane Morckel M – 607 – Miss Lisa Lucente