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Back to school 2013 2014

  1. 1. Mrs. Bixler’s Fourth Grade Room 22
  2. 2. Communication Email: bbixler@saugususd.org School Phone: (661) 294-5345 Website: bbixler.weebly.com * links to on-line text books * parent volunteer calendar Reminder Binder: Review and sign daily. Tuesday Folder: Correct incorrect answers on tests, sign and return empty folder.
  3. 3. Schedule 8:00-8:20 Attendance, Lunch Count, Reminder Binder, Morning Work 8:20-9:30 Math 9:30-10:25 Reading/Language Arts 10:25-10:45 RECESS!! 10:45-11:45 Reading/Language Arts
  4. 4. 11:50-12:40 LUNCH!! 12:45 - 1:15 Writing 1:15 - 2:00 Science Social Studies 2:00-2:30 Library (Wednesdays) 2:00-2:50 PE/Art/Computer 2:54 Dismissal 12:20 Minimum Day 1:39 Early Release Wednesdays Schedule
  5. 5. Conduct 2. RESPECT I will show consideration and acceptance of self and others. 3. RESPONSIBILITY I will use self-discipline and accept responsibility for my actions. 1. TRUSTWORTHINESS I will be truthful and reliable.
  6. 6. Conduct 5. CARING I will show thoughtfulness and gratitude. 6. CITIZENSHIP I will cooperate and choose to do the right thing. 4. FAIRNESS I will play by the rules.
  7. 7. Listen carefully Enter prepared everyday Always be kind Raise your hand No excuses Rules
  8. 8. Individual Behavior Management Exceptional Behavior-Reward Tickets Poor Conduct-Warning, Behavior Slip Class-Wide Behavior Management Free minutes computer time, recess, learning games, etc Behavior Management
  9. 9. 1. Must be neat, complete, and on time Classwork 3. Credit will not be given for work more than one day late (unless prior arrangements have been made) 2. Must include the proper heading: First and last name, student #, date, page number (if math) and the objective. 4. Peer graded/Teacher graded
  10. 10. 1. Writing: Weekly paragraph, goes home on Friday, due the next Friday Homework 2. Math: Workbook travels back and forth M-Th. One page each night reinforces the concept taught that day. 3. Reading: Record 20 minutes on reading log 4. Spelling: Worksheet, test taken on- line (www.spellingcity.com ) Thursday evening
  11. 11. Missing Work & Make-Ups Missing Work: Missing assignments receive zero credit and are marked with an “M” in the teacher’s electronic grade book Make-ups: When possible, please call the office or email the teacher to request make-up work to be picked up in the front office.
  12. 12. Academic Grades A+ = 98% -100% A = 93% - 97% A- = 90% - 92% B+ = 88% - 89% B = 83% - 87% B- = 80% - 82% C+ = 78% - 79% C = 73% - 77% C- = 70% - 72% N = 69% & below Tests and projects will receive a percentage and letter grade. Tests=40% Classwork=50% Homework=10% Writing grades will be determined by a rubric.
  13. 13. Effort Grades For Work/Study Skills and Citizenship O = Outstanding (Almost always does…) S = Satisfactory (Doing what you are supposed to do… most of the time) N = Needs to Improve (Is not doing…)
  14. 14. *Sign SWATTEC form and leave on desk *Check packet for additional information Technology
  15. 15. Field Trips MOCA Castaic Lake Water Agency
  16. 16. Supplies Students may NOT bring the following: -refillable mechanical pencils (disposable is fine) -erasers or writing implements that double as toys (including “Squishies” and “Kooky Pens”) -calculators, iPads, iPods
  17. 17. Always Appreciated Clorox Wipes/Baby wipes Pencils/lined notebook paper Tissues Gift cards to: Copy Paper *Staples Art Erasers *Office Max Black Sharpies * Michaels Gel Grading Pens
  18. 18. Reminders All classroom volunteers need to have a negative TB test on file in the office Sign up for a Conference time tonight in the library

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