Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Open House 2013 -2014! Conference sign ups are on the back table. There are also volunteer forms, tech release, background check, and allergy."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to Open House 2013 -2014! Conference sign ups are on the back table. There are also volunteer forms, tech release, background check, and allergy forms. Take one of each!
About Ms. Lambert Born and raised in Boston, MA Undergrad at Purdue University Master’s in Urban Education from Simmons College in Boston Taught 8 years in Boston, 1 year in Frankfort, and second year in Noblesville
Subjects Reading Writing Spelling & Grammar Math Social Studies Science Specials
Our Daily Schedule 8:30 – 8:55Unpack/ Morning Work 8:55 – 9:05Math Fact practice 9:05 – 9:35 Intervention and Enrichment 9:40 – 10:20 Specials 10:25 – 12:05Literacy 12:10 – 1:00Lunch & Recess 1:00 – 1:10 Restrooms & Back to Class 1:10 – 2:20 Math 2:20 – 3:10 Writing 3:10 – 3:25 Organize materials, pack up, dismissal
School supplies Please make sure your child has the correct school supplies from our list. I will be sending home notes on Friday of what your child still needs. Since we are doing Reader’s Workshop this year, I’m asking that students bring in a one inch binder and dividers. Please have those by Monday, August 12.
Communication Assignment Notebooks Report cards and midterms School wires webpage My Big Campus Email or Voicemail ◦ Bethany_lambert@nobl.k12.in.us Bethany_lambert@nobl.k12.in.us ◦ 773-0582 ext. 30222
Kindle/Nooks/Ipads Kindle/Nooks/Ipads If your child wants to bring in their Kindle/Nook for independent reading, that’s fine. Students are 100% responsible for their equipment. You must fill out a release/agreement form before your child brings in their Kindle, Nook, or Ipad
Special Projects 35 book Challenge Mustang Mall- spring Science Fair – March Field trips – Connor Prairie and Indy 500 (?) Guest speakers Activity fees and field trip costs sent home soon
Testing in 4 th Grade Istep – March and May Acuity – 3x a year Writing prompts – 3x a year
Miscellaneous Medications/Allergies Snacks Homework Birthdays Lunch with your child Discipline plan & incentives Data Binders and conferences Scholastic Book orders Volunteer Opportunities
Before You Leave Parent/Teacher Conferences* Music recorder sheet (white sheet) Classroom party volunteers Sign up with your email to receive newsletters Giving Tree Volunteers Sign Up Questions? Thank You!
Create a designated time each day for your child to do homework. Hint: Our new math program has excellent tools online to help parent and kids review & practice concepts. Discuss your child’s day with the help of the assignment notebook that comes home every day. All reminders will be located here. Read with your child! Read to your child. Have your child read to you. Students often make incredible gains in reading just by simply gaining confidence and developing a love of reading. Practice math facts at home using flashcards or internet games. How You Can Help