A day will be given per absence and/or early dismissal.
(For example: 1 day absent =1 day for make up, 2 days absent =
2 days for make up.)
Students are responsible for the use of proper grammar, correct spelling,
punctuation and answering questions in complete sentences on worksheets.
Therefore, the mechanics of writing and the ability to write in a complete
sentence will be apart of all assignment grades.
100 - 97 O+ 84 - 75 S96 - 93 O 74 - 70 S-92 - 90 O- 69 - 65 N+89 - 85 S+ 64 - 0 N_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
All student work that is graded will be apart of your child's
overall grade in that subject area. Graded work that is below
an "S" is considered below grade level and needs to be signed by
a parent or guardian as a way to keep you informed of your child's
progress. Progress Reports are also sent home during the 7th week
of each trimester as a way to further inform you of your child's
Your child will receive a report card at the end of each trimester.
The first report card will be handed out during the Parent-Teacher
Conference. The remaining 2 report cards will be sent home the last
day of each trimester.
Students are required to read 10 minutes each night. While reading,
remind your child to use the reading strategies he/she has been taught
during the school day. These strategies can be used with all books and should be
used nightly as a way to reinforce these important reading concepts.
This year students will be learning/reviewing 3 different genres
(narrative, persuasive, and explanatory). Parents can have students write to the
genre we are currently working on in class or review one that has already been taught.
Students can and are encouraged to take their Science books home as a
way to reinforce concepts learned in the classroom. Along with their
Science books, students are expected to take home their notes and
vocabulary cards as a way to help them review for the Science test.
Students can and are encouraged to take their Social Studies
books home as a way to reinforce concepts learned in the classroom.
Along with their Social Studies text, students are expected to take
home their notes and vocabulary cards as a way to help them review
for the Social Studies test.