Prek 2nd Parent Orientation
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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • “ A place where every Mighty Pup is a successful learner today and a leader tomorrow.”
    2010 District Goals Performance with a Purpose 2007 2008 2009* GOAL* 2010 Reading 83% 87% 93% 98% Social St. 85% 85% 96% 98% Writing 92% 92% 98% 100% Math 70% 75% 84% 90% Science 50% 68% 73% 90% (*) denotes: TPM (Texas Projection Measure) A PERSONALITY Every Percentage has A FACE A NAME A LEARNING STYLE A need to be SUCCESSFUL! 2010 CAMPUS Goals Performance with a Purpose 2007 2008 2009/TPM GOAL* 2010 Reading 84% 87% 91%/97%* 98% Writing 96% 94% 94%/99%* 100% Math 76% 81% 90%/94%* 90% Science 59% 74% 88%/89% *90% (*) denotes: TPM (Texas Projection Measure) TEA Exemplary Campuses Ed Downs Elementary Dr. Garza Elementary Sullivan Elementary TEA Acceptable Campuses San Benito High School Riverside Middle School Miller Jordan Middle School Fred Booth Elementary TEA Recognized Campuses Dr. C.M. Cash Elementary San Benito Veterans Memorial Berta Cabaza Middle School Judge Oscar de la Fuente Elem. La Encantada Elemenary La Paloma Elementary Landrum Elementary Rangerville Elementary Roberts Elementary
  • 3. The “Powerful Pre-K Pups” Team
  • 4. The Prekindergarten/Combo
    • We are pleased to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves to you and to welcome your child to our Pre-K classes.
    • A good learning experience is built on a cooperative effort among parent, child, and teacher.
    • We look forward to the work and growth we will all accomplish this year.
    • Our goal as Prekindergarten and Combo teachers is to assure all children have access to a quality educational program that allows them to achieve academic excellence and provide them with a foundation for full participation in society.
    • Ways to assist us with our goal are:
    • Have a good parent/ teacher open communication.
    • Send your child/ children to school daily.
    • Read daily to your child and don’t forget to ask a lot of questions.
    • Help with homework activities.
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    • Please feel free to contact us about any questions or concerns you may have.
    • Our classroom doors are always open, and messages can be left for us with our school secretary, to which we will respond as soon as possible.
    • Sincerely,
    • The “Powerful Pre-K Pups” Team
  • 5. The Kindergarten “K”lassy Team
  • 6. Kindergarten
    • Daily attendance (Be present everyday)
    • Send your child to school rested and ready to work.
    • Assist your child with his/her homework on a daily basis.
    • Read to your child daily for a minimum of 20 minutes and SIGN the Read and Respond form.
    • Promote your child’s oral language development by engaging in meaningful conversations and discussions taking turns listening and talking to each other.
    • TPRI/Tejas Lee are administered 3 times a year at the beginning, middle and end of the year and must developed on each measurable task.
    90% on or above grade level in math problem solving and computation. 80% or higher scoring at the National Percentile of 40% or higher in Reading as per the SAT 10 test.
  • 7. Feisty First Grade Team
  • 8. 1 st Grade
    • Our goals are as a 1st grade community, which involves school staff, students, and parents, is to help our first graders strive in academics and self esteem.
    • We want our children to leave First grade with the knowledge and “know how” to strive in the real world with academics and problem solving skills.
    • Promptness and Presence in class
    • Penmanship
    • Comprehension and Fluency
    • Discipline and Parent/Teacher Communication
    80% or higher of all students scoring at the National Percentile of 40% or higher in Reading as per the SAT 10 test. 90% of all 1 st graders on or above grade level in math problem solving and computation.
  • 9. Spectacular Second Grade Team
  • 10. 2 nd Grade 80% or higher of all students scoring at the National Percentile of 40% or higher in Reading as per the SAT 10 test. 90% on or above grade level in math problem solving and computation. 80% or higher of all students scoring at the National Percentile of 40% or higher in Reading as per the SAT 10 test. 90% of all 1 st graders on or above grade level in math problem solving and computation.