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Title: Welcome to Nickajack Elementary 2nd Grade Open House


1
Welcome to Nickajack Elementary 2nd Grade Open
House
Mrs. Burns Mrs. Caputo Mrs. Copeland Mrs.
Dills Mr. Goldberg Mrs. Hombordy Ms. Krause Mrs.
McDonald Mrs. Stamper Ms. Wood EIP Mrs.
Sheppard Mrs. Penquite ESOL- Mrs. McMillan
2
Curriculum Instruction
  • Common Core Standards ELA and Math
  • Georgia Performance Standards Science and
    Social Studies
  • Essential Questions and I Can Statements
  • Cooperative Learning
  • Manipulatives
  • More hands on
  • Student engagement
  • Rigor
  • Fewer worksheets

3
Curriculum Instruction
  • Approaches to Language Arts/Literacy
  • Shared Reading
  • Good Habits, Great Readers
  • Readers Workshop
  • Read A Loud
  • Writers Workshop
  • Words Their Way
  • Zaner-Bloser Handwriting
  • Balanced Literacy (Reading, Writing, Listening,
    Speaking, and Spelling)

4
Curriculum Instruction
  • Approaches to Math
  • McGraw-Hill
  • Think Math
  • Number Talks
  • Exemplars
  • Manipulatives
  • Investigations

5
EIP Early Intervention Program
  • State program offering extra instruction in
    reading and/or math.
  • Qualifiers
  • EIP State Checklist
  • Certified teacher pulling students out working in
    small student groups to give extra support.
  • Goal is to improve student achievement in reading
    and math.

6
Assessment/Observation/Evaluation
  • Portfolios
  • Constructed Response
  • Journals
  • Performance Tasks
  • Informal Assessment
  • Rubric
  • Report Card
  • Rubric System
  • Academic Alerts

7
Grading Students progress will be monitored
using the following scale Level 3 Exceeds
Standards-In addition to the 3, makes
applications and inferences beyond
expectations. Level 3 Meets standards Consistentl
y and independently Level 2 Progressing The
student is making progress toward meeting the
standard. Level 1 Limited progress or does not
meet standards. Please review your childs
work that is sent home each week. Report cards
will be sent home at the end of every 9
weeks. Progress reports will only be sent home
(at 4 1/2 weeks) for students who are showing
limited or minimum progress toward meeting the
standard. Informal Grading Students will
complete many assignments that are not assessed
for a formal grade. These assignments are done
for practice in preparation for the formal
grading. A check plus on an assignment means that
the student was able to complete the assignment
independently and with few mistakes. A check mark
means that the student needs to review the work
at home. A check minus means the student needs
additional assistance to master the standard.
8
Assessment/Observation/ Evaluation
  • Student Learning Objectives Assessments-January
    and May
  • Developmental Reading Assessment 2
  • End of unit test and projects
  • Teacher observations
  • Student/Teacher Conferencing
  • Class Assignments (Journals, Notebooks)

9
Daily Weekly Routines
  • Classroom and Discipline Expectations
  • Daily Classroom Discipline-PBIS
  • Classwork 2nd graders are responsible for
    completing daily assignments in class
  • Communication
  • Daily Folders please sign and return daily
  • Red Folders Every Tuesday
  • Homework
  • Please work with your child at home
  • Check with childs teacher for due dates

10
Daily Weekly Routines
  • Tardies/Absences
  • School begins at 750
  • Excessive tardies will result in a call from the
    county office. At 5 tardies the county will call
  • Parents will be notified at 3, 7, and 10 absences
  • Change of Transportation
  • Written Notification Prior to 130
  • No check-outs after 130
  • Lunch with your child picnic tables (your child
    only)
  • Prices 2.15 lunch and 3.15 parent lunch
  • Special Schedule-7 day rotation
  • Check Monthly Calendar

11
Important Dates to Remember
  • Fall Break- September 15-19
  • Conference Week October 21 25
  • Election Day-Nov. 4
  • Thanksgiving Break November 25-29
  • Holiday Break December 23 January 7
  • MLK Jr. Holiday January 20
  • Spring Break March 31-April 4
  • Last Day of School May 21

12
Field Trips
  • Sept. 24 Fire Safety Village
  • Sept.29-Just Eat It! (In House)
  • Oct. 9- Temper Tamers (In House)
  • Oct. 28-Journey of a Raindrop (In House)
  • Feb. 10-Dental Health (In House)
  • Feb. 11-Snow White Ballet (Performing Arts)

13
Parent Involvement
  • Cobb County Website
  • Picasso Elementary Parent Resource
  • McGraw Hill Math Website
  • http//connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected
  • My On-online reading program
  • www.myon.com
  • Nickajack Website
  • Email access to teachers
  • http// www.cobbk12.ga.us/nickajack/
  • Blogs are under construction
  • Classroom Volunteers are greatly appreciated
  • Classroom Wish Lists

14
Thank You for attending!
  • We wish to thank you for coming tonight to hear
    about your childs 2nd grade program. We
    understand this is a great deal of information to
    digest at once. Please feel free to call, write,
    or e-mail any questions or concerns you have
    about the information you have received tonight.
    We are looking forward to a great year working
    together!

Mrs. Burns Mrs. Caputo Mrs. Copeland Mrs.
Dills Mr. Goldberg Mrs. Hombordy Ms. Krause Ms.
McDonald Mrs. Stamper Ms. Wood EIP Mrs.
Sheppard and Mrs. Penquite ESOL- Mrs. McMillan
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