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Title: Fifth Grade Open House


1
Welcome!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Fifth Grade Open House
  • Mr. Mazur, Ms. Parsons, and Ms. Hayes

2
Belief System Growth Mindset
  • Every child can learn.
  • We all have strengths.
  • Real-life problems and parallels are the key to
    making connections with students.
  • Mistakes and adversity are a given. We must grow
    from them.
  • Personal pride is one of the greatest motivators.
  • You can learn anything!

3
Aristotle
  • We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then,
    is not an act, but a habit.

4
Citizenship
Our money system is Mazurs Moolah. Students earn
money by completing work on time, being
responsible, and using appropriate behavior.
  • Consequences
  • Fines/FF check
  • Notes home
  • Study hall
  • Conferences
  • Lowered grade
  • Rewards
  • Bonuses
  • Activity time
  • Business days
  • Auction

5
Class Rules
  • Do your best!
  • Act in a safe way.
  • Follow directions.
  • Respect others and all materials.
  • Use proper names.

6
School-wide PBS
  • Positive Behavior System
  • (Leprechaun Leaders)
  • Respectful
  • Responsible
  • Ready to Learn
  • Through
  • Effort
  • Practice and
  • Participation

7
Discipline Policy
GOAL S
  • Be positive!
  • Follow through to complete all jobs.
  • Become independent by carefully following all
    written and oral directions.
  • Become self-confident by giving yourself your
    best effort in all you do.
  • Set goals appropriate to your needs and
    abilities.
  • Develop strategies to use throughout life.

8
Discipline Policy
Consequences
  • Verbal Warning Can be skipped
  • 20 fine/FF check
  • Lowering of citizenship grade
  • Loss of activity period
  • Phone call or e-mail
  • Referral

Money System

Bonuses
Fines

Auction

9
Money System
  • 1st Semester
  • Salary of 200
  • Fines and Bonuses of 20
  • 2nd Semester
  • Salary of 300
  • Fines and Bonuses of 50

10
Money System
11
Grading Scale
  • 90 - 100 A
  • 80 - 89 B
  • 70 - 79 C
  • 60 - 69 D
  • 59 or below F

12
Planner
13
Changes Promotion and Retention
  • Shift to Common Core TBQ and TBW
  • Materials from the county office can be found at
    the following site
  • http//www.fldoe.org/eduaccsummit.asp
  • County policies can be found at the following
    site
  • http//www.planning.leon.k12.fl.us/Policies/415.ht
    m
  • State Testing
  • FCAT science
  • FSA (Florida Standards Assessment) for all other
    subjects math, reading, and writing
  • Benchmarks
  • Students must master 100 of all benchmarks at
    70 or better in reading, language arts, math,
    science, and social studies.
  • SSS for science http//www.cpalms.org/Public/Searc
    h/CriteriaSearch?searchStandardssubjectId29gra
    deId10

14
Homework
  • Assignments are written daily in planner.
  • Assignments are follow-up practice.
  • You may help, but first encourage independent
    work. Select 3-5 problems to review. Students
    can come in early/after school to get additional
    help.
  • Remember -gt Homework is your childs
    responsibility
  • It is CRUCIAL for students to learn
    responsibility and organization BEFORE middle
    school.
  • Reality Therapy Glasser (Helping Habits)

15
Birthdays
  • We love cupcakes and birthday celebrations. Just
    give a little advance notice, and we can help
    your child celebrate the big day at snack time.
  • If you decide to bring in a special treat, please
    remember to include napkins and a safe, store
    bought treat for students who have peanut
    allergies.
  • Please, no peanuts of any kind.

Please dont send party invitations to be passed
out at school UNLESS you are inviting the whole
class. Students have feelings that get hurt
easily when watching some people get
invitationsand they arent invited. Thank you
for your understanding.
16
Special Area
  • PE
  • Media
  • PE
  • Art
  • Music

17
Fifth Grade Extras
Media Check Out During Media days in SA
Lunch Bunch Please be on time and at the
cafeteria. There are some blocked out dates.
Please check the KLES calendar.
Strings Before school
18
Other Activities
  • Strings
  • In the morning before school.

Business Days All items should be handmade
by your child. No more than 15.00 should be
spent on supplies.
Once a Semester
Safety Patrols Have begun
WKLES positions will be announced soon.
19
Daily Folders
  • Sign and have them returned on Monday.
  • This is a tool for self-reflection and honest
    evaluation. Its is not meant to be strictly
    punitive. We hope students recognize the
    behaviors they need to improve.

20
Field Trips
  • Agrirama about 40.00
  • Sea World 80.00ish
  • Parents who are interested in being a chaperone
    will be contacted later in the year.
  • There will be about seven slots available for
    the Sea World trip.
  • Any parent that wishes to go to Agrirama must
    drive separately.
  • Field trips are a privilege.
  • - Remember to sign and return the bottom of your
    Open House Form.

21
Conferences
  • Please take a moment to sign up for a
    parent/teacher conference on Sign-Up Genius.
  • I look forward to meeting with you at our
    scheduled conference time.

22
Mrs. Parsonss Classroom
  • Fifth Grade Open House

23
Background
  • Masters in Elementary Education
  • Been in Leon County since 1980
  • Three children Tyler- wife Safa, grandchild
    Michael, James- wife Chelsey and John Andrew-
    11th grade at Lincoln

24
5th Grade Social Studies Themes
  • Map and Globe Skills
  • Colonies and Revolution
  • Constitution/Government
  • Election
  • Moving West
  • Civil War
  • World Wars

25
Reading
  • Main Program Wonders
  • Emphasize writing to explain using examples from
    the text to support
  • Reading skills taught and emphasized through all
    subject areas
  • SRA used for skills practice
  • Wordly Wise Vocabulary
  • Supplemented with Benchmarks and Common Core
    standards
  • AR is used for independent practice
  • Success Maker Lab

26
AR
  • AR is used to encourage independent reading.
    PRACTICE IMPROVEMENT!
  • Students and teachers set point goals TOGETHER
    based on reading level. These are reviewed each
    nine weeks.
  • Students who receive an 80 or higher on an AR
    test will be given the opportunity to win a free
    book during our K.L.E.S. AR drawings on Fridays.
  • Our main goal is to LOVE READING.?

27
Mr. Mazurs Classroom
  • Fifth Grade Open House

28
Mr. Mazur - Background
  • Masters in Elementary Education
  • National Board Certified Teacher
  • Currently in my 17th year at Killearn Lakes
  • I have taught second, third, and fifth grade.
  • Three children Leah (7th) - 12, Carolyn (5th) -
    10 and Reed 6 (1st )

29
Mazur Family
  • Wife Claire
  • Children Leah, Carolyn, Reed
  • Dogs Levi and JP

30
EDMODO http//leon.edmodo.com/home
  • EDMODO is a social network for teaches and
    students to communicate and share information.
  • I will place homework and projects on the site as
    often as possible.
  • The intention is for your child to use it as a
    means of communication and to assist their
    organization.

31
Alerts
EDMODO http//leon.edmodo.com/home
The planner may change so students need to double
check on Edmodo.
Turn in Assignments
32
FSA Florida State Assessment
www.fsassessments.org
33
FSA Florida State Assessment
www.fsassessments.org
34
FSA Florida State Assessment
www.fsassessments.org
35
FSA Florida State Assessment
www.fsassessments.org
36
FSA Florida State Assessment
www.fsassessments.org
37
FSA Florida State Assessment
www.fsassessments.org
38
FSA Florida State Assessment
www.fsassessments.org
39
Think Central
  • Make a Desktop folder.
  • This is the site your child can access their math
    and science textbooks. In addition, there are
    many other resources that may help your child
    grasp a difficult concept.
  • Logging In
  • All students have their username and password.
    It is the same one they used last year.
  • This is in their Friday Folder.

40
Think Central Math and Science
41
Things to Do
42
My Scores
43
My Library
Textbook
Workbook
Intervention Videos
44
Intervention Videos
45
Intervention Videos for 5th
46
Math
  • Math Drills
  • Math Series Think Central
  • Application based program (hands-on activities)
  • Students MUST know their facts
  • Addition Practice
  • Subtraction Practice
  • Multiplication Practice
  • Division Practice
  • Accelerated Math
  • Success Maker Lab

We are in the process of creating a class
website. The following items will be hyperlinked
on the electronic form of our newsletter.
47
Math Drills App 65 mph
48
Math Drills App 65 mph
49
Math Drills App 65 mph
Students will track their progress.
50
Khan Academy
Please make sure your child knows their user name
and they have the password in their Friday Folder.
51
Khan Academy
  • Khan Academy
  • I will soon contact you with information
    regarding this but you can visit the site now if
    you like.
  • http//www.khanacademy.org/

52
Science
Fusion Science
  • Nature of Science
  • Solar System
  • Weather, Climate and Water Cycle
  • Nature of Matter
  • Forms of Energy
  • Electricity
  • Forces and Motion
  • Structure of Living Things
  • Plant and Animal Adaptations

Leveled Readers AR
GEM Activities
Audio Files
Digital Lessons
53
Science
Textbook
54
Science Think Central
Textbook
55
Science
Everything you need.
56
Science
Everything you need.
57
Science
Textbook pages with audio.
Digital Lessons
Helpful Quizzes
58
Thank you!!!
  • The transition has been more difficult for some
    than others but we are all finding our niche in
    the class. The key is to give the responsibility
    to the student. They will rise to the occasion.
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