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Welcome to
Space Center Intermediate

         Orientation
         2009-2010
Introductions
• Susan Carpenter, Principal
• Brad Hayes, Assistant Principal
   – 6th Grade A-L and 7th Grade
• Tim Rogers...
This Evening
• Parents – Presentation of SCIS Information
• Students – Tour the building
         –Attendance
         –Co...
Attendance Clerk




    Karen Holiday
Receptionist




   Shanna Aranda
Campus Data Specialist




        Roxanne Casas
Special Education Team Leader




           Linda Lugo
Nurse




Jerri Stepp
Intermediate: What’s New?
• Increased Independence
• Lockers
• Changing Classes
    – Different Teachers, Different Expect...
6 th   Grade: A New Beginning
               Testimonials

• Crystal Rogers, Parent

• Lauren Berry, 6th Grade Teacher
What to Bring the First Day

• Pencil
• Paper
• Sack lunch (helpful)
School Hours
• Student Day – 8:55-4:00
  – Doors Open/Supervision provided beginning at
    8:15
  – Tutorials – Every Tue...
Arrival and Dismissal
• Bus Riders
• Car Riders
  – Use the smaller East parking lot
  – Please pull forward to the last c...
Lunch
• Three lunch periods:
    – A Lunch 11:41-12:11
    – B Lunch 12:13-12:43
    – C Lunch 12:45-1:15
•   Can I eat lu...
SCIS Gym Uniforms
$20 for Boys or Girls (purchased from school)
Clinic Information
• All medication must be brought to the nurse
  upon arriving to school.
• Parents must fill out a cons...
Clinic Information
• Prescriptions must come in the original
  pharmacy bottle, properly labeled, with the
  student’s nam...
Dress Code
• District Dress Code
  – Pages 11-12, CCISD Student/Parent Handbook

    • Some Highlights
       – Skirts/Dre...
Helping My Child Succeed
• Rest                   • Get to know his or
• Good Nutrition           her teachers.
• Quiet, l...
Attendance
• Attendance is very important for student
  success.
• Students are required to attend class 90% of the
  scho...
ZMS
             Zeros Must Stop
• Zeros dramatically impact student success.
• Zeros are closely correlated with student
...
How does ZMS work?
 When a student fails to turn in a homework
 assignment:

1. The teacher will have the student write do...
How does ZMS work?
3. The teacher will give the student a ZMS
   Pass and have the student write his/her
   name and the d...
How does ZMS work?
5.   Student reports immediately the ZMS Classroom,
     showing the teacher his/her pass:
        6th ...
So Glad You’re Here
Thanks so much for coming out tonight.
      Have a wonderful evening!
Follow Us @



http://twitter.com/SCISchool
Links
 SCIS Campus Information

SCIS Greetings From Campus
       Administrators
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Space Center Intermediate Orientation 2009 2010

  1. 1. Welcome to Space Center Intermediate Orientation 2009-2010
  2. 2. Introductions • Susan Carpenter, Principal • Brad Hayes, Assistant Principal – 6th Grade A-L and 7th Grade • Tim Rogers, Assistant Principal – 6th Grade M-Z and 8th Grade • Tami Fuqua, Counselor – 6th Grade A-L and 7th Grade • Donna Johnson, Counselor – 6th Grade M-Z and 8th Grade
  3. 3. This Evening • Parents – Presentation of SCIS Information • Students – Tour the building –Attendance –Counselors –Gymnasiums –Lockers –Locker rooms –Nurse –Restrooms –Student Support Center …
  4. 4. Attendance Clerk Karen Holiday
  5. 5. Receptionist Shanna Aranda
  6. 6. Campus Data Specialist Roxanne Casas
  7. 7. Special Education Team Leader Linda Lugo
  8. 8. Nurse Jerri Stepp
  9. 9. Intermediate: What’s New? • Increased Independence • Lockers • Changing Classes – Different Teachers, Different Expectations • New Opportunities • Friends, Peer Pressure • Hormones • 2009-2010 Student/Parent Handbook
  10. 10. 6 th Grade: A New Beginning Testimonials • Crystal Rogers, Parent • Lauren Berry, 6th Grade Teacher
  11. 11. What to Bring the First Day • Pencil • Paper • Sack lunch (helpful)
  12. 12. School Hours • Student Day – 8:55-4:00 – Doors Open/Supervision provided beginning at 8:15 – Tutorials – Every Tuesday and Thursday • 8:15-8:45 – First bell - 8:50. – Announcements - 8:55 • Office Hours – 8:15-4:15
  13. 13. Arrival and Dismissal • Bus Riders • Car Riders – Use the smaller East parking lot – Please pull forward to the last column – Fill-in gaps before stopping – Have students exit/enter your vehicle on the curbside
  14. 14. Lunch • Three lunch periods: – A Lunch 11:41-12:11 – B Lunch 12:13-12:43 – C Lunch 12:45-1:15 • Can I eat lunch with my child? (Absolutely!) • Student lunch price = $2.00 for hot plate • Adult visitor price = $2.55 • A la carte (cost varies) School Menus
  15. 15. SCIS Gym Uniforms $20 for Boys or Girls (purchased from school)
  16. 16. Clinic Information • All medication must be brought to the nurse upon arriving to school. • Parents must fill out a consent to provide medication, or provide a consenting note, with directions. • Medications must be brought in a new and unopened container. • Medications given longer than 10 days require a note from the physician.
  17. 17. Clinic Information • Prescriptions must come in the original pharmacy bottle, properly labeled, with the student’s name and accompanied by a note from the parent and/or doctor. • Inhalers – students must have a note on file from both the parent and the doctor. Inhalers must also be labeled with the student’s name. • Immunizations must be forwarded to the clinic. • Please contact Nurse Stepp regarding any special circumstances.
  18. 18. Dress Code • District Dress Code – Pages 11-12, CCISD Student/Parent Handbook • Some Highlights – Skirts/Dresses come to at least mid-thigh – No visible body piercing – No flip-flops or “heelies”
  19. 19. Helping My Child Succeed • Rest • Get to know his or • Good Nutrition her teachers. • Quiet, lighted area • Keep track of grades for homework • Maintain good and • Help to get and stay punctual attendance organized • Commit to using a planner (school store)
  20. 20. Attendance • Attendance is very important for student success. • Students are required to attend class 90% of the school year to receive credit. • When your child is absent, make sure to send a note with him/her upon their return. This note needs to be taken directly to the front office attendance clerk, Karen Holiday.
  21. 21. ZMS Zeros Must Stop • Zeros dramatically impact student success. • Zeros are closely correlated with student failure. • Zeros afford students the opportunity to opt out of critical learning.
  22. 22. How does ZMS work? When a student fails to turn in a homework assignment: 1. The teacher will have the student write down the missing assignment on a sheet of paper. 2. The student will complete and attach the ZMS Student Assignment Slip to the assignment.
  23. 23. How does ZMS work? 3. The teacher will give the student a ZMS Pass and have the student write his/her name and the date on the pass. 4. Two minutes before their lunch begins, the student will show their ZMS pass to the teacher and report to the cafeteria to pick up their lunch.
  24. 24. How does ZMS work? 5. Student reports immediately the ZMS Classroom, showing the teacher his/her pass: 6th Grade – Hunter, Rm. 149 7th Grade – Hargraves, Rm. 346 8th Grade – Schubert, Rm. 125 6. Student completes assignment and turns work in to ZMS Teacher. *Work will be returned to assigning teacher with a 20% grade reduction, for being late.
  25. 25. So Glad You’re Here Thanks so much for coming out tonight. Have a wonderful evening!
  26. 26. Follow Us @ http://twitter.com/SCISchool
  27. 27. Links SCIS Campus Information SCIS Greetings From Campus Administrators

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