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Burke Back To School

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  • 1. to Fourth Grade! Please come in & have a seat! We will begin shortly  !
  • 2. Please Note: This schedule is subject to change unexpectedly.
  • 3. 7:35-7:45 – WOW on Track 7:45-8:05 – Get Ready for the Day 8:05-9:10 – Class #1 9:10-9:15 – Transitions 9:15-10:00 – Special Areas 10:00-10:05 – Transitions 10:05-10:30 – Continue Class #1 10:30-12:00 – Class #2 12:00-12:23 – Recess (Canales off by 3 minutes) 12:23-12:53 – Lunch (Canales off by 3 minutes) 12:53-12:55 – Transitions 12:55-2:30 – Homeroom 2:30 – 2:45 – Pack Up and Dismissal
  • 4. Clayton Cardinals are expected to be... RESPECTFUL RESPONSIBLE MOTIVATED KIND HONEST
  • 5. Please read and initial your child’s agenda daily. Teachers will use the agenda to communicate your child’s accomplishments and misbehaviors.
  • 6. When a student must be out because of illness or family business, please call the office to let us know. When your child returns, please send a note stating the reason for the absence.
  • 7. Students will be given 2 days for each day absent to make-up their work. For example: 1 day absent = 2 days to complete make-up work.
  • 8. School begins at 7:45. If your child arrives after that time, they must check in at the office in order to receive a tardy permit.
  • 9.
    • May be given daily Monday through Thursday.
    • About 40 minutes of homework per night, in addition to 20 minutes of reading.
    • If it takes less than 40 minutes, you can add more reading time or multiplication facts practice.
  • 10. One day late = (-10 pts.) = 90 points possible Two days late = (-20 pts.) = 80 points possible Three days late = (-30 pts.) = 70 points possible If late work becomes a habit for a student, the teacher will contact the parent to discuss how the problem can be remedied.
  • 11. F – Failing (below 70) (70 – 73) C- (74 – 77) C (78 – 79) C+ C – Fair (70 – 79) (80 – 83) B- (84 – 87) B (88 – 89) B+ B – Good (80 – 89) (90 – 93) A- (94 – 97) A (98 – 100) A+ A – Excellent (90 - 100)
  • 12. A lot of the graded work will be kept in students’ journals. Please contact your teacher if you are interested in viewing them.
  • 13. * Problem of the Day * Daily Reflections * Math Centers
  • 14. * Interactive Notebook * Reading BDAs * Literature Circles & Guided Reading * Accelerated Reader
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  • 16. Please make sure to send a nutritious snack with your child every day (no candy). Students should only bring water to drink in the classroom.
  • 17. Here are the Field Trips we are going on this year...
  • 18. Westcave Preserve in October
  • 19. Goliad in the Spring
  • 20. Reading – Sept. 14 (Grades 3-5) Math – Sept. 16 (Grades 2-5) Writing – Sept. 21 (Grades 2-5) *We are currently completing Flynt Cooter testing.
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