Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8:30- 2:15
Friday 8:30-4:00- Library Teacher
Room 255- (New Room)
9:20-9:50- 1st grade
9:50-10:20- 1st grade
10:20-10:50- 1st grade
11:00-11:30- 2nd/ 3rd grades
11:30-12:00- 2nd grade
1:00-1:15- 3rd grade
1:15-1:45- 4th grade
1:45-2:15- 2nd grade
This practice is critical to success in Reading Club!
Your child will get new books several days a week so make sure they bring it back to school M,T, W, &Th. . The program alternates from an instructional level to an independent level. This is intentionally designed and helps reinforce fluency at the independent level. To make the biggest impact on learning, please listen to your child read at home daily. You can keep the books at home as long as your child is enjoying and reading them. If the book bag gets too heavy, you can keep some of the books at home in a basket, box or bag where the books are easily located.
High Frequency Words
These are the sight words that all readers come across the majority of the time. Download the list of sight words under my Parent Resources tab. Learning sight words is essential and children's reading will dramatically increase once 200+ sight words are learned.
The TITLE I / LAP program will provide a daily double dose of high quality, intensive reading instruction to identified students in a small group setting. Teachers use a combination of instructional practices, including direct instruction, questioning and guided reading, read-to and read along to instruct and rehearse specific reading skills and strategies.
Students qualify by several sources of information such as SBAC scores, Fountas and Pinnell reading assessments, and teacher recommendations. Students are admitted on a year to year basis. Reading assessments are given in late February and June by the LAP teacher, but also several times in the year by their classroom teacher. With exceptional progress, children may be exited in the middle of the school year.
4- First day for students
First day for K
12- Curriculum Night
Fall F&P assessments- done by 10/4
Rank Order information is used to identify students
5-6 Salmon Days
14- No students/ Teacher work day
11- Veteran's Day- no school for students or staff
4-5 conferences- no school for students21- Jan. 4- First Winter Break
1- Happy New Year! 6- School Resumes20- Martin Luther King Jr. day. No school for students or staff
27-Teacher Work day- no students
17-21-Second Winter Break
Reading Assessments for Lap Students
Progress Reports for Lap
May- Spring F&P testing
25- Memorial Day weekend
18- Last day of school!
Final progress reports go home.