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Ees kindergarten back to school presentation fy15 elementary

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Ees kindergarten back to school presentation fy15 elementary

  1. 1. Back to School Night Elkridge Elementary
  2. 2. Our Vision & Mission VISION Every student is inspired to learn and empowered to excel MISSION We cultivate a vibrant learning community that prepares students to thrive in a dynamic world
  3. 3. SYNERGY STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM CANVAS LEARNING SYSTEM
  4. 4. http://www.hcpss.org/connect
  5. 5. Synergy will replace Aspen and is the source for official student records & grades. Synergy Student Information System
  6. 6. ● Student Demographics ● Enrollment ● Registration ● Scheduling ● Attendance ● Final Grades ● Discipline ● Transcripts ● Master Schedule Synergy Student Information System
  7. 7. ● What is Family File? ● Accessing the Family File ● Opting In or Out Options in the PTA Directory ● Accessing the PTA Directory Family File
  8. 8. ➔ Access to their child’s class information ➔ Communicate with teachers ➔ One Login ➔ Consistent experience Canvas Learning System | Parents
  9. 9. To provide students with a common platform to submit assignments, collaborate with other students, review announcements and grades and utilize a personalized calendar. Canvas Learning System | Students
  10. 10. ➔Record Attendance Electronically ➔Post a Teacher Page for Each Course TEACHERS WILL
  11. 11. For login and password issues - contact school GETTING HELP For Resources - HCPSS Connect Homepage
  12. 12. August 17 - Staff Access August 17 - Family File Access August 31 - Student Access August 31 - Initial Parent Access TIMELINE
  13. 13. Elkridge Elementary News: email System-wide Weekly News for Parents: email Emergency notices (school closings/delays): text and/or email Sign up at www.hcpssnews.com HCPSS News
  14. 14. Elkridge Elementary Twitter: @hcpss_ees HCPSS Facebook: www.Facebook.com/HoCoSchools HCPSS Twitter: www.Twitter.com/HCPSS Interact with the Superintendent: Twitter: www.Twitter.com/SuperHCPSS Blog: superintendent.hcpss.org Social Media
  15. 15. New school website EES.hcpss.org
  16. 16. School Closing/Delay Notifications Email and text: HCPSS News System website: www.hcpss.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/HoCoScho ols Twitter: @hcpss
  17. 17. General Kindergarten Information  Lunch Procedures  Snack  Birthdays in Kindergarten  Technology  Change in procedure notes  KRA  Field Trips
  18. 18. Homework  Homework Bag  Begins: Sept. 15  Reading Homework  Read daily  Activities based on reading level  Math Homework  Number study  Review of common core standard
  19. 19. Reading Tracking Sheet Key: 1. Daily “Must Do”: read every night & choice of activity in the category circled by your child’s teacher 2. Weekly “Must Do”: Secret Sack 3. Daily “May Do”: If there is no category circled, choose one item from any category. My Reading Homework Tracking Sheet Name:_____________________ Date Title of book read: Circle the way you read: Listen to Reading Read to Self Read to Someone Work on Letters Work on Sight Words Work on Words ! ! Work on Writing Title: Circle the way you read: Listen to Reading Read to Self Read to Someone Work on Letters Work on Sight Words Work on Words ! ! Work on Writing !
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  21. 21. Volunteers All parent volunteers are required to have volunteer training.  You may take the training on line at http://ees.hcpss.org/support or the training is available in the front office at EES. Please sign and submit the volunteer training certificate to the front office. Your child’s teacher will contact you regarding volunteering in the classroom.
  22. 22. “Elk”cellence For Every Student
  23. 23. What does PBIS look like at Elkridge Elementary School?  Safe, Respectful, and Responsible  “Elk”cellence Hierarchy  Weekly Track stars  Blue Tickets  Celebrations (individual, classroom, team, schoolwide)
  24. 24.  Verbal Class Compliment for Desired Behavior  Non-Verbal Communication  (Close proximity, eye contact, signal)  Verbal Communication  (Specify expected behavior)  Alter Environment  (Change seat, remove distraction, time out)  Reflection  Call for Administrator Support “Elk”cellence Hierarchy
  25. 25.  Talk with your child about what it means to be safe, respectful, and responsible at home.  Focus on the positive things that your child does at home and talk about why these behaviors are important to you.  Assist teachers in the classroom with management of the PBIS program if needed. How can parents support PBIS at home?
  26. 26. Elementary Language Arts  Read Aloud: genre study, comprehension, vocabulary  Guided Reading:  Benchmark levels- Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark system  Phonemic Awareness  Letters  Sight words  Phonics  Writing  Work on Words  Work on Writing  Read to Self  Read to Someone  Listen to Read  Computers  http://elaparentsupport.weebly.com/primary-grades-k-2.html
  27. 27. https://smart.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Kindergarten+Common+Core Math Quarter 1 (September - November) Counting and Cardinality Geometry Measurement and Data Quarter 2 (November - January) Counting and Cardinality Geometry Measurement and Data Quarter 3 (January - March) Counting and Cardinality Operations and Algebraic Thinking Number and Operations (Base Ten) Geometry Quarter 4 (March - May) Counting and Cardinality Operations and Algebraic Thinking Number and Operations (Base Ten) Geometry Hands on Calendar Math
  28. 28. Kindergarten Science Quarter 1: Scientists and Engineers Quarter 2: Weather Quarter 3: Forces and Interactions: Pushes and Pulls Quarter 4: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems: Animals, Plants, and Their Environment
  29. 29. Social Studies in Kindergarten  Quarter 1: Home and School  Quarter 2: Maps and Me  Quarter 3: The Market  Quarter 4: Road Trip USA
  30. 30. Health  Safety, First Aid, and Injury Prevention  Social and Emotional Health  Disease Prevention and Control  Nutrition and Fitness
  31. 31. Report Cards Grading System Evaluation Code (I W N) Effort Grades Instructional Code Emergent Checklist Reading Benchmark Assessments Math formative Assessments Checklists
  32. 32. Thank you for coming!

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