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Title: Fifth Grade Back to School Night 2011-2012


1
Fifth Grade Back to School Night 2011-2012
We ask that all students and siblings remain
seated next to their parents during the
presentation this evening. Thank you!
2
Teaching Schedule
  • Students are in mixed homerooms for arrival,
    specials, lunch and dismissal
  • Homeroom teacher may or may not be a students
    instructional teacher
  • Mrs. Tyler and Ms. Bartley teach reading and
    writing
  • Ms. Wallace teaches math and science
  • Mrs. Prajzner teaches math and social studies

3
Typical Day Schedule
855 925 Arrival, attendance, etc. 925
1025 Specials 1030 1150 AM Instructional
Block (part 1) 1150 1220 Lunch 1220 100
AM Instructional Block (part 2) 100 115
Recess 120 - 320 PM Instructional Block 325
345 FLEX Time 345 Dismissal
4
ELA Block
  1. Reading Mini Lesson
  2. Small group instruction/Independent Practice
  3. Writers Workshop
  4. Word Study

5
Math Block
  1. Warm-up/Homework check
  2. Group Instruction
  3. Closure/Exit Card
  4. Content (Science or Social Studies)

6
Curriculum Updates
  • Integrated Writing program
  • Handwriting
  • Common Core
  • Rigor
  • Focus is College and Career Readiness
  • Real World Application and Problem Solving
  • Increase in Higher Level Thinking
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)

7
MSA Data
  • 86.8 scored Proficient or above in Reading
  • 89 scored Proficient or above in Math

BASIC 1 PROFICIENT 2 ADVANCED 3
8
How will the 5th grade team boost student
achievement?
  • Departmentalization
  • Collaboration with resource teachers
  • At-risk students receive double dose of math or
    reading instruction
  • Success Maker
  • Use assessment data to target specific needs of
    students
  • Flex time to provide interventions

9
  • What can I do to increase my childs achievement?
  • Make my child accountable for their nightly
    reading
  • Practice math facts together at home
  • Maintain communication with teachers
  • Use the data folder to discuss progress with my
    child

10
Graphing Data
  • Pocket folder used to hold recording sheets and
    student data
  • Means of tracking student progress
  • Form of communication with parents
  • Increases the students accountability in the
    learning process
  • Please sign on a weekly basis
  • Will clean out quarterly or after a math cluster

11
Out of Class Time
  • Chorus
  • Band (contracts)
  • Safety Patrol
  • Helper situations
  • Miscellaneous
  • 5th grade has a variety of privileges that
    students may earn but only will keep if their
    academics remain a priority.

12
Positive Behavior Support
  • Positive Behavior Support is a process for
    teaching children appropriate behavior and
    providing the supports necessary to sustain that
    behavior.
  • It reduces challenging student behavior through a
    proactive, positive, and consistent manner across
    all school settings and improves academic
    achievement and social competence

13
Code of Conduct

Assemblies
Bathroom
Respect Responsibility Ready to Learn
Bus
Halls
Cafe.
Recess
Class
14
Positive Behavior Rewards
  • Students earn tickets in all parts of the school
    from any Runnymede staff member
  • Awarded for positive behaviors
  • Students are responsible for keeping track of
    their own home side tickets which they can
    periodically cash-in for classroom prizes or
    privileges
  • School side tickets go into a bin to qualify the
    student for weekly and monthly drawings
  • No sharing of tickets is permitted

15
  • 5th Grade Consequences for Problem Behavior
  • Warning with Explanation
  • Stamp in Agenda Book
  • Today your child struggled with...
  • Respect ________________
  • Responsibility ________________
  • Ready to Learn ________________
  • 3. Parent Contact through Behavior Referral
    System

16
Agenda Book - Homework Policy
  • Homework Monday through Friday
  • Reading (every night 20 min. recorded on a log
    plus Ready Set Read journal entries)
  • Math practice
  • Please sign each night after student completes
    the assignments
  • Serves as a communication tool

17
Attendance
  • Carroll County Public Schools recognizes the
    importance between attendance and academic
    success.
  • Please contact the school every day your child
    will not be present for learning.
  • Please make arrangements to obtain missed class
    work if applicable.
  • Please contact the school nurse or school
    counselor, if your childs absence will be more
    than three days due to illness or emotional
    concerns. There may be supports available for
    you and your child.
  • Please provide written documentation (handwritten
    note sent in with your child, faxed note (fax
    410-751-3537), or email (preattendance_at_carrollk12.
    org) as to the reason for the absence upon your
    childs return to school.
  • We look forward to seeing your child every school
    day.
  • For more information regarding attendance and
    attendance procedures please see the handout,
    student handbook, or the Student Services Manual
    located on the CCPS website www.carrollk12.org
  • Thank You and have a
    wonderful 2011-2012 School Year!

18
Vacation Policy
  1. Send in a note to the principal requesting the
    absence be coded as an excused absence.
  2. While away from school, your child should write
    daily in journal form, read 20 minutes or more
    and practice their facts.
  3. When the student returns, they must collect any
    work they missed.
  4. Students will have the same amount of days to
    complete their make-up work that they were absent.

19
Philadelphia Field Trip
  • Friday, November 4th
  • Approximate cost
  • Outside of school hours
  • Permission slip
  • Chaperones
  • Volunteer Training

20
Additional Reminders
  • Party invitations are not permitted to be
    distributed on the school bus or at school
  • Please do not bring in birthday treats we
    encourage nonfood items
  • Runnymede discourages outside food in cafeteria
    (bringing in McDonalds, etc.)
  • No cash will be accepted for books clubs make
    checks payable to Scholastic Book Club
  • Remind your child to turn in all parent surveys,
    emergency cards, paperwork, etc.
  • Conference night sheets

21
Best way to communicate with teachers
  • Notes in agenda book
  • Our planning time is 925 1025
  • E-mail

Ms. Bartley babartl_at_carrollk12.org Mrs.
Prajzner elprajz_at_carrollk12.org Mrs. Tyler
mmtyler_at_carrollk12.org Ms. Wallace
alwalla_at_carrollk12.org Ms. Gostic
s_gosti_at_carrollk12.org
22
Thank you very much for coming! Your support is
essential for the success of our students, were
a team whose goal is student achievement. Lets
have a terrific year!
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