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Parent Orientation

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This slideshow is great for parent orientations at school. Very easy and informative for parents.

This slideshow is great for parent orientations at school. Very easy and informative for parents.

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  • 1. The Morning Routine What Can You Do To Make Sure Your Child is Prepared?
  • 2. Daily Nutrition
    • Eat a good breakfast
      • Cafeteria serves a balanced breakfast every morning.
      • For breakfast, be here at 7:30
    • Lunch Boxes
      • No canned or carbonated drinks
      • Pack a well balanced lunch
      • Please be conscientious of our peanut allergies!
  • 3. More morning routine…
    • Please be here by 8:00
    • Resource begins at 8:10
    • What do I need to do with important notes and such?
      • Send everything you want your child’s teacher to see in your child’s homework folder.
  • 4. Money Matters
    • Please label all money
    • Snacks
      • Snack increase from 50 to 60 cents
      • School choices are ice cream or lemonade
      • Student may bring a healthy snack from home
  • 5. Math Program
    • Houghton Mifflin
      • Calendar time
      • Hands on instruction
      • Overhead instruction
      • Student workbook pages
      • Student math journal
      • Computer games
      • Homework sent as needed
  • 6. What about Social Studies and Science???
    • We will follow GPS (Georgia Performance Standards) for Social Studies and Science
    • Both curriculums are integrated through..
      • Hands on activities
      • Readings
      • Learning workshop centers
  • 7. Reading is what it’s all about!
    • Five Important Areas
      • Phonemic awareness
      • Phonics Instruction
      • Fluency
      • Vocabulary
      • Comprehension
  • 8. Open Court Reading
    • Decodables
      • Includes words your child can sound out and vocabulary words your child studies each night
      • Text your child should be able to read on their own
      • Have your child point to each word they read
      • Send book back to school the next day
  • 9. Supplemental Readng
    • Reading is Fun! We encourage our children to check out books from the library or their classroom.
    • Pizza Hut “Book It” program
    • Six Flags tickets
    • Reading books of choice helps to foster a child’s love for reading and is essential for building fluency!
  • 10. Homework Folder
    • Look at homework folder nightly
      • Build your child’s responsibility, have them pack their book bags every night.
      • Please make sure homework folder is sent back to school each day.
  • 11. Resource
    • P.E.
      • Teachers are Mrs. Bonnie Sims and Mrs. Mandy McKnight
      • Please have your child wear tennis shoes
    • Music
      • Ms. Thrower will teach the music classes.
    • Computer Lab
      • Your child will receive instruction during computer lab by either: Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Roberson, or Mrs. McDade.
  • 12. Report Cards
    • Report cards go home every nine weeks
    • Grades are recorded and averaged in these areas:
      • Reading
      • Spelling
      • Language
      • Math
    • In addition they will also receive a handwriting grade
  • 13. Playground Safety
    • Please wear tennis shoes
      • Flip flops, sandals, or high heel shoes are not safe on the playground.
    • Things that could get caught on playground equipment resulting in injury include:
      • Long drawstrings on coats, jackets, or sweatshirts
      • necklaces
  • 14. Absences
    • Please send in a dated doctor’s note or handwritten note when your child returns to school.
      • 5 unexcused or handwritten notes could result in conference with teacher and administrator.
    • Attendence is vital!!!
      • Strong correlation between attendance and student success
      • Call office for make up work
  • 15.