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Kindergarten Information Night 2018_FINAL

Cherry View Elementary, Lakeville, MN
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Paul Helberg

on 4 February 2018

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Transcript of Kindergarten Information Night 2018_FINAL

Welcome to Cherry View Elementary
Meet the Cherry View
Kindergarten Team
Maura Andrews
Agenda
Michelle Messerich
Literacy Continued
Introductions
Health Office Information
Transportation
Community Education
A little Bit About CVE
Welcome from CVE PTO
Social Expectations
Literacy
Math
All Day Kindergarten
Safety and Security
The Kindergarten Experience Video
Questions
Literacy Curriculum
Handwriting
Work Habits and Social Development Continued
Shows self control
Uses appropriate voice level
Claims appropriate share of attention
Takes part in group discussion
Has appropriate attention span
Completes assignments on time
Works Independently
If your child has not passed preschool screening, or they have given suggestions for follow up (hearing, vision, behavioral) please have those completed before entering kindergarten. We want to set them up for success.
Kindergarten Information Night
January 25, 2018

Visit Cherry View Elementary's Website
http://isd194.org/cherry-view/
Work Habits and Social Development Expectations
Works and plays cooperatively with others
Enters into play with others
Courteous and considerate of others
Cares for and picks up materials
Listens while others talk
Follows directions
Cooperates with staff
Math Curriculum
The student can...
Kindergarten All Day Schedule - Example
Morning
Check In/Jobs
Morning Meeting - Greeting, message team building, music, movement, social skills and read aloud
Six Pillars of Literacy (Oral Language Development, Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension)/Writing Block (90 minutes/day) Shared reading, guided reading, read to self, read to someone, literacy centers, word work, journaling, handwriting, guided writing, modeled writing, interactive writing - whole group and small group instruction
Music and Movement
RtI/Interventions/MTSS - Multi-Tiered System of Supports - Small Group / differentiated personalized instruction
Brain Break
Lunch/Recess
Questions
Cherry View Elementary
National Blue Ribbon School (2004)
High Level of Parental Involvement
Active Parent Teacher Organization
History of Success
Academic Achievement
Math Masters
Chess Club
Safety Patrol
Student Council
Integrated Technology
Academic Achievement
Afternoon
Math (60 minutes/day) Mathematical reasoning, math journaling, number sense, computation and operations, patterns / algebraic thinking, data analysis, geometry, spatial sense and measurement. Some concepts may be delivered during calendar math or through math songs.
RtI/Interventions/MTSS - Multi-Tiered System of Supports - Differentiated personalized instruction
social Skill Development - Effective problem solving, appreciating differences and interacting with peers.
Brain Break
Snack/Choice Time/Art
Social Studies/Science/Health
Music/Phy.Ed/Art-by a specialist
Read Aloud
Afternoon meeting - Summary of day and
reflecting on Learning Targets
Jobs
Transportation
Schmitty and Sons
952-985-7513
info@schmittyandsons.com
Health Office Information
Welcome
Karen Lomas
Welcome from CVE PTO
Ms. Angie Wood
PTO Vice President
Six pillars of Literacy/Writing
Oral Language Development
Phonemic Awareness
Phonics
Fluency
Vocabulary
Comprehension

What is MTSS? (Multi-Tiered System of Support)
Small group/differentiated personalized instruction
“Smart Clubs” or WIN Time (What I Need)



BALANCED LITERACY:
Guided Reading
Independent Reading
Read-aloud
Shared Reading
Partner Reading
Writing
Number Sense: Calendar skills; counting;
read, write and represent numbers to 31; compare numbers; basic addition and subtraction

Algebra: Recognize, create, complete and extend patterns

Geometry and Measurement: Recognize basic two- and three-dimensional shapes; compare sizes of objects

These Essential Learnings are taught through large group, math stations and individual meetings


Focus on correct letter formation, spacing, proper use of upper/lower case letters, learning to write on lines

Letter/Word/Sentence Dictation:
Guided writing of letters, sounds and spelling patterns, and sentences

Writer’s Workshop:
Mini-lessons and independent writing
Developmental stages of writing…very fun and rewarding. Embrace what you read, you’ll be able to read phonetically!

Kid Zone and Community Education Information
Welcome
Julie Ryan
Before and After School Care
Janae Warfield
Amy Hammer
2017 MCA Reading Proficiency
2017 MCA Math Proficiency
Cherry View Elementary
Mission
Cherry View Elementary is a caring, safe, respectful, responsible learning community
committed to excellence.
Extended School Services Coordinator
Safety and Security
http://isd194.org/cherry-view/safety-security/
Cherry View Elementary Reader's Choice Award 2016
http://www.joomag.com/magazine/rca-thisweek-rca-2016-lakeville/0611175001453496988
We are Caring
We are Safe
We are Respectful
We are Responsible
We are Learners
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1DRXiRU1MaGyNMZG_bMFOX1tKm7W_5yEQiobbTZi-9NI/edit?usp=sharing

74% of CVE 3rd-5th Graders Meet or Exceed Proficiency (State=60% Proficiency)
75% of CVE 3rd-5th Graders Meet or Exceed Proficiency (State=59% Proficiency)
Lakeville Area Public Schools bus transportation is provided by Schmitty and Sons Bus Company.
Busing will be provided to students who live outside of .8 miles for Elementary (grades K-5) or live in a designated safety zone.
All students living
within
the .8 miles for Elementary have the option to pay for a bus.
Visit LAPS Website at http://isd194.org/about/departments-services/business-services/transportation-busing/ for more information on bussing
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