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Title: Welcome to Open School Night


1
Welcome to Open School Night
  • First Grade
  • 2013 2014

2
INTRODUCTION
  • Ms. Scobie
  • Eighth year teaching

3
HOMEWORK
  • Homework assigned Monday through Thursday
  • Contract on back of folder
  • 5 missed or incomplete homeworks detention
    after school on Friday
  • Quality work see Rubric
  • Please sign and check your childs work
  • Practice Sight Words and READ with your child
    daily.
  • Please return text books and readers next day

4
FRIDAY FOLDERS
  • Sent home Fridays
  • Empty childs folder of completed work
  • There will be a section dedicated to
    correspondence
  • RETURN Fix and Finish work in folder
  • Sign folder discuss with your child
  • Sign and return any enclosed tests

5
NEWSLETTERS
  • Posted each Monday on our website.
  • Lists events, skills being covered, Sight Words
    for the week
  • Sight Word contracts and activities are also
    available on our website.
  • http//www.hicksvillepublicschools.org//site/Defau
    lt.aspx?PageID2003

6
SIGHT WORD CONTRACTS
  • Important part of reading program is students
    knowing Sight Words ON SIGHT
  • Assigned 6 or 5 words per week (first weeks are
    review of Kindergarten words)
  • Contract has different optional activities
  • Total activities completed up to 100 pts.
  • Based on honor system DO NOT hand in completed
    projects.
  • Return contracts in Friday folders for Monday
    Morning

7
POETRY BOOKS
  • One poem every week
  • Will be homework on THURSDAYS
  • Return book to school Friday
  • Colorful illustration (see Rubric in back of
    poetry book)
  • Student should be able to read poem after
    practicing it in school all week. If not, read
    together.

8
BOOK REPORTS
  • Will be assigned in advance and you will receive
    instructions
  • REQUIRED refer to same Rubric scale as Homework
    assignments
  • A reminder will be on the website
  • Missed report counts as missed homework

9
SNACK
  • HEALTHY
  • Daily/Morning
  • NO SHARE RULE
  • Drinks are OK-water can stay on the desk
  • Encourage hand washing
  • Bathroom use is encouraged at this time

10
DISMISSAL
  • Note required for any changes in how your child
    will be going home
  • Send note if different person will be picking
    your child up
  • Front door dismissal daily

11
EXTRA HELP
  • Offered TUESDAY and THURSDAY mornings at 805am
  • Will send a note home letting you know if your
    child should attend.

12
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
  • Small treat (cupcakes, munchkins, cookies)
  • New options offered as well (see website).
  • Usually celebrate in the afternoon drop off at
    front desk
  • PLEASE do not hand out invitations to a party
    UNLESS the whole class is invited
  • See enclosed FRIENDSHIP LIST

13
MATH
  • Go Math!
  • https//www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/viewResources.
    do?methodretrieveResourcespageNameresourcepage
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Refer to child friendly standards on my webpage

14
SCIENCE
  • Some concepts being covered in our Science
    program are Life (plants and animals)
  • Physical (sound, light, heat)
  • Earth (weather, sky, rocks)
  • Human Body (health, growing)
  • Modules being designed to align with the new
    Common Core

15
READING
  • Daily 5
  • -Read to Self, Read to Partner, Writing, Word
    Work, Work with Teacher
  • 5 UNITS
  • New sight words each week
  • Benchmark Evaluations

16
REPORT CARDS
  • 3 times a year
  • Not all concepts covered in first Trimester
    will be indicated with an X
  • Keep the report card

17
Behavior Modification
  • Positive Reinforcement Tickets for Prizes and
    Class Dojo
  • Traffic Light to monitor negative behavior
  • May change over time

18
HOW YOU CAN HELP
  • Keep in touch (Friday folders, call office, note
    in homework folder)
  • Check and sign homework daily
  • Check website each Monday
  • Practice Sight Words
  • SLEEP!
  • Less TV, more reading
  • Volunteer for parties and trips- party collection
    of 10.00 (covers projects and healthy snacks)

19
  • Encourage speaking in full sentences
  • Set up a quiet Homework space with supplies ONLY
    for homework
  • Bring your child to school ON TIME 5 times late
    is mandatory detention for your child. Drop off
    begins at 815am. Your child is marked late if
    they arrive after 830am.
  • Sign up for a conference (in hall)
  • Sign up for Parent Portal (Comp Lab)

20
Home and School Compact
  • On the desk
  • Expectations and responsibilities of the school,
    parents, and students.
  • Read it and review it with your child.
  • Sign below THE PARENT and have your child write
    his/her name below THE STUDENT

21
QUESTIONS???
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