Presentation on theme: "Pre-K Orientation McLendon Elementary Principal: Mr. Clark Assistant Principal: Ms. Malka."— Presentation transcript:
Pre-K Orientation McLendon Elementary Principal: Mr. Clark Assistant Principal: Ms. Malka
Pre-K Teachers Miss. Saddler and Ms. Bab Oke School phone # Mrs. Gmerek and Ms. Hunt School phone #
Required Documentation Proof of Age and Residence Birth Certificate Social Security Number Immunization form 3231 (within 30 calendar days) Vision, Hearing, and Dental GA Pre-K Registration Form Roster Information Form
Class Schedule Class starts at 7:45 a.m., as we will get ready for breakfast and use the restroom. Class ends at 2:30 p.m. Bright from the Start policy: Chronic tardiness is defined as late arrival or early departure more than once a week. Chronic absenteeism is defined as missing more than 2 days per month without medical or reasonable explanation.
Meal fees Prepayment for meals is encouraged. Make checks payable to the school cafeteria. Prepay by the week or month. Indicate your child's name, grade, pin number, and teacher's name on check or money envelope. An account may be opened with any amount of money. You may prepay online https://www.mylunchmoney. com/ using a credit or debit card https://www.mylunchmoney. com/ Full Reduced Adult Breakfas t $ 1.15$ 0.30$ 1.50 Lunch $ 1.75$ 0.40$ 2.80
GA Pre-K Content Standards 7 domains Language and Literacy Mathematical Development Science Development Social Studies Development Creative Arts Social and Emotional Health and Physical Development
GA Pre-K Child Assessment Work Sampling Online (WSO), developed by Dr. Samuel J. Meisels Georgias Pre-K Progress Report 2 mandatory conferences are required December 2011 and May 2012
Parental Involvement Join the Council Be part of the decision making in the school. Join and Actively participate with PTA As well as : Volunteer in Classrooms Serve as Room Parents Attend all school functions Complete Surveys for School Improvement Attend Parent Teacher Conferences
Referral Process RTI (Response to Intervention) Problem solving model designed to help us meet every childs unique academic and social/emotional needs. Problem solving teams meets to design and collaborate with parents to help each child be successful.
Things to bring to school Book bag Full change of clothes in a plastic bag with name on it (shirt, pants, under garments, and socks) Small blanket or towel with name on it Folder- please return to school everyday
Uniforms We would like to see all of our students in uniforms, but cannot be required for participation in the Pre-K program.
Wish List Clorox wipes Lysol spray Jumbo ziploc bags Tissues Construction paper