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PreK-Gr. 5 Curriculum Night
Transcript of PreK-Gr. 5 Curriculum Night
Heavenly Father, giver of all good gifts, look with love on the students in our school community. Bless their lives and help them reflect on Christ's love for all people. Fill them with your love, and let them bring your light into our community. Give them the strength to serve all those in need. Give them the courage to stand strong for what is right, and the wisdom to discover your goodness in all things. Father, we give you praise and glory as we ask this through Christ our Lord, in the love of your Spirit, now and forever. Amen
Students are still being mass enrolled, but the process should be finished soon and Powerschool will be up and going. Teachers will begin entering grades next week. New families will receive codes to PowerSchool in their child's classroom
PreK3: Mrs. West; Mrs. Bush
PreK4: Mrs. Brown; Mrs. Clarke
Kinder: Mrs. Matthews; Mrs. Wilson
1st: Mrs. Griffin; Ms. Spillar
2nd: Mrs. Struck; Mrs. Garcia
3rd: Mrs. Peirce; Mrs. Mead
4th: Mrs. Mann; Mrs. St. Amant
5th: Mrs. Blamires; Mrs. Pinson
Music: Mr. Werth; Mr. Brown
Art: Mrs. Fink
PE: Mr. Judd
Spanish: Mrs. Castellanos
Technology: Mrs. Mia Ottesen
Library: Mrs. Myerski
4/5 Elec. Latin: Mrs. Castellanos
4/5 Elec. Drama Mrs.Mann; Mrs. Hering
4/5 Elec. Band Mr. Werth
4/5 Elec. Gardening Mrs. St.Amant; Mrs. Ortega
4 Elec. Violins Mr. Brown
August 16, 2018
PreK3-Gr. 5 Curriculum Night
PTO Meeting/ Student Movie Night
Back to School Dinner
Thursday, August 30, 2018
Pizza Dinner: 5:30 in Gym
Meeting: 6:15 in Auditorium
Movies Begin: 6:15 in Select Classrooms
Schedule for Tonight
Transition to 2nd Child's class room if needed.
Grading with the Purpose for Continuous Improvement
Grades will be entered weekly or bi-weekly in the case of projects by teachers.
All work will be assessed either by the teacher or by the student as a class grades work together.
Teachers will decided which grades are entered into PowerSchool based on skills being taught and assessed.
Students will not grade other students work.
Most work will be graded so students have feedback on what they have completed and so they have an idea of where they are succeeding and where they need to practice a bit harder.
Students should assume that all work will be for a grade.
Participation and completion grades only will not be put into PowerSchool as independent grades.
These grades may make up a category in a rubric, but will not be stand alone grades.
a. 1 day late = drops one letter grade ie., a perfect grade of 100% drops to an 89%
b. 2 days late = drops by two letter grades; ie., a perfect grade of a 100% drops to a 79%
c. 3 days late = drops by three letter grades; ie., a perfect grade of a 100% drops to a 69%
d. 4 days late = drops by four letter grades; ie., a perfect grade of a 100% drops to a 59%
e. 5 days late = 0
This policy will be enforced this year to help our children learn how to meet deadlines. It is an important skill to learn to be successful in Middle School, High School, College, and the workforce. Sometimes, we can't meet deadlines because of circumstances and have to take the consequence, at least these consequences do not cause complete failure in a class unless the behavior is repetitive.
Late Work Policy
Please remind students to not share food at lunch.
Vending Machines available after 3:00 p.m.
Juice, flavored water in lunchroom only. Bottled water in classrooms.
Be sure office knows of all health concerns
Health and Well Being
THANK YOU FOR COMING TONIGHT!
Administration: Mrs. Schuler; Mrs. Hodge
Guidance: Mrs. Lorenda Ortega
Cursive Handwriting Workshop
Taught by Lisa Struck
Tuesday’s 3:20-4:20 p.m.
Will start Tues. 8/21
This is for students transferring to St. Paul in the 3rd, 4th or 5th grade who may not have had much exposure to cursive handwriting.
Technology- State of the School Address by Mr. Werth
New Curriculum Initiatives
History- Literature- Religion: Alignment of subject matter in terms of Era, genre, and Church History- Goal is to build better background knowledge in world history, ancient civilizations, classic literature, and salvation history.
New Class Sets of the Children's Bible for PreK-3
New Class Sets of Breakthough Youth Bible for Gr. 4-5
Continue with Virtues in Practice~ Monthly Virtue Study and Saints who exemplify the virtue
Socratic Circles- Touchstones
Improve Oral Communication Skills
Respect for other opinions
Ability to dissect a piece of work and evaluate it according to a specific standards to build critical thinking skills
Increase social-emotional intelligence
Improve Oral Speaking Skills
Stand up and answer questions in complete sentences
Stand up and formally greet guests to the classroom
Intelligent and complete responses to questions with a reference to text
Improve Social-Emotional Intelligence
Guidance Office to implement Second Step Bullying Prevention Program
Lunch Bunch- Fun small group game/lunch with Guidance/Administrators
Conflict Resolution Skill Building when conflicts arise between peers
Improve Personal Responsibility to build Intrinsic Motivation for Success
Adherence to Late Work Policy
Adherence to Discipline Policy
Adherence to Attendance and Tardy Policy
3 Goals for this Year
Car-line is already getting faster. Please continue to be patient and considerate with neighbors by not blocking driveways and by observing the speed limit in the residential zone.
Thank You for your Patience!
What Do You Want For Your Child?
To Get to Heaven?
Successful in adult life?
To be respected/respectful?
Loving/ To be Loved?