5-7: CogAT testing
7: Class Pictures
8: Talent show @6:30 PCMS
Homework assignments can be found in the planner each week.
The assignment is due the next day.
As per district policy, students should spend NO MORE than 20 minutes on homework a night.
Math: There are "Must do" problems and "Can do" problems.
"Must do" problems are indicated with a star.
If the student finishes the must do problems in less than 20 minutes,
they are to complete as many more of the "can do" problems as they can in the time that is left.
If they do not finish the homework worksheet in the 20 minutes, it is okay!
I do not require them to finish it, and actually, prefer that they stop homework and find something else to do (ie, play with siblings, spend time with family, etc)
If there is a blank in the homework space for that day, they are to read for 20 minutes.
School's Connect Site
Eagle's Nest (School News)
Discovery PTSA/Eager Reader
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Skyward Family & Student Access
Miss Denise’s Counselor Corner
I love visiting the classrooms to teach social skills lessons and I enjoy getting to know all the kids and families at Discovery.
Here are some tips as well as a great chance to sign up for a free professional parenting workshop happening on January 22nd.
Tips for the winter months:
WANTING MORE TIPS? Sign up for the FREE Professional Parenting 2 hour Workshop filled with tips and ideas, as well as handouts to take home and share. SEE BELOW for DETAILS and the SIGN UP LINK.
Click here to reserve your spot for a FREE parenting workshop!
When: January 22nd, 2018
Where: Sunny Hills Elementary MPR (due to our construction we are offering this parenting class together with Sunny Hills)
NO childcare will be available.
Description of the workshop:
Parenting with Courage & Connection - an Introduction to Parenting with Positive Discipline
(Offered by Sound Discipline www.sounddiscipline.org)
Parents are often challenged by whining, arguments over chores, sibling fights, bedtime problems, clashes over homework and screen time, and other issues. This workshop provides an introduction to the skills and tools needed to get to the core of conflict and bring more peace and joy to your home.
In this fun and interactive 2 hour workshop, learn how to: • Use basic brain science (adult and child) to improve behavior at home • Build connections to share your values and culture • Discipline with kindness and firmness Parents will leave this workshop with some new, simple, respectful parenting tools to use right away!
Just click on this link to reserve your spot today! Hurry, there are only 75 spots per school!
As always, feel free to email me with any questions or concerns.
Miss Denise J Guidance Counselor, Discovery Elementary
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Dear Parents and Guardians,
I am excited to share information about our new online portal for elementary students called Clever. Through this online portal students can access their Math program (Zearn) and their Music program (Quaver). Students will practice logging in at school.
To access Clever at home:
SullSte30 (student - Stephanie Sullivan, graduation year 30)
LuCin27 (student - Cindy Lu, graduation year 27)
I will be putting small stickers right inside their planners to remind them of their login information.
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