June 10, 2013
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FOR THE WEEK June 10, 2013
8:50-9:50 Last Day
Have a fun,
District 87 Rules
1. Follow directions when given
2. Stay on task; work quietly
3. Keep hands, feet, and objects away from others
4. Come prepared for class
5. Respect yourself, others, and everyone's property
Classroom Management System
If you choose to break a rule, it will be noted on the behavior chart as follows...
1st time: Flip card to yellow: Warning
2nd time: Flip card to orange: Lose 8 minutes of recess: students must complete a consequence reflection.
3rd time: Flip card to Blue: Lose recess and parents will be notified; students must complete a consequence reflection
4th time/Severe Disruption: Flip card to red: lose recess, parents will be notified, and an appropriate consequence, such as a conduct report or disciplinary referral will be given.
Cards are returned to green every morning.
Each students will write a consequence reflection if his or her card is flipped to orange, blue or red. A copy of the consequence reflection will be sent home for a parent signature and returned to school the next day.
If a conduct report or a disciplinary referral is given, it must be returned the next day with a parent signature.
If you choose to follow the rules, you may receive...
2. Raffle ticket
3. Homework pass
4. Positive not or certificate to take home
5. Positive parent phone call home
6. Extra recess; free time
7. Special goodies: stickers, stars, bookmarks, small prize
8. Golden Ticket
Students are given a ticket for every day they do not get a color change. Students put their names on the ticket and place the ticket in a raffle jar. Every Friday a raffle will occur and a ticket will be chosen. The student whose name is on the ticket will have the choice to receive a prize or a homework pass. The students also have the opportunity to earn a homework pass be completing their homework and turning it on time for the entire week. The homework pass may be turned in for any one assignment, except quizzes, tests, and projects.
FOR THE WEEK OF June 10, 2013
Berkeley School District 87 Grading Scale
64% and lower F
CLICK TO VIEW BERKELEY 87 HOMEWORK PROGRAM
DISTRICT 87 RULES
1. Follow directions when given.
2. Stay on task; work quietly.
3. Keep hands, feet, and objects away from others.
4. Come prepared for class.
5. Respect yourself, others, and everyone's property.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
It is hard to believe that the school year is over. It has been my honor to be your child's teacher this year. I hope your child has enjoyed this year and has learned a myriad of new things! It is very important that your child continue reading and practicing math facts throughout the summer. All students entering 4th grade are expected to have mastered their multiplication facts. I ask the students to complete a reading log, recording all the books they read during the summer. They should include the number of pages of each book. Students should practice their writing skills by keeping a journal of all summer activities, dating each entry. Finally, the students should keep a list of dates they had practiced their math facts, indicating what they did to practice. If your child turned in proof of completion of these activities in August, he/she will receive a prize. I hope you and your family have a fun, safe summer!
Examples: Reading Log
1. Charlotte's Web by E.B. White (179 pages)
2. You Can't Eat Your Chicken Pox by Paula Danziger ( 89 pgs.)
6-11-13 Finally, summer has begun! We were dismissed at 9:50 a.m. I am excited to have a few months off of school. I can sleep in and play with my friends after I do my chores. I won't forget to practice my reading writing and math facts.
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BE SURE TO RETURN SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP BY - Tuesday, April 30, 2013