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This is a break down of what student will learn in the classroom by grade level and what is expected from the student for achievement. 

IN OUR PK CLASSROOM 

The Pre-K team will work with students and their families  to support success in reading and math. Some of our key  connections with families will be: 

∙ Design fun and educational family nights and share  classroom strategies that help students become better  learners. 

∙ Utilize the daily homework folder that will be sent  home with review of letters, 100’s chart, shapes, and  sight words. 

∙ Encourage families to read together nightly for a  minimum of 15 minutes.

School Expectations for Student  Achievement 

∙ All students will make continual progress in Reading. (Must be at a  Level C to be promoted. Must know a minimum of 25 sight words.) 

∙ All students will increase math performance through use of  Guided Math. (Must be able to count to 100, solve problems to 10,  recognize and write numbers to 20.) 

∙ Writer’s Workshop will be used to increase all student’s writing  performance. (Must be able to write first name and 5 sentences by  the end of the year.) 

∙ Increase family participation to help student success. ∙ Students will learn life-long practices related to health and fitness. 

 

IN OUR KINDER CLASSROOM 

The Kindergarten team will work with students and their  families to support success in reading and math. Some of  our key connections with families will be: 

∙ Design fun and educational family nights and share  classroom strategies that help students become better  learners. 

∙ Utilize the daily homework folder that will be sent  home with review of sight words, 100’s chart, shapes,  and coin chart. 

∙ Encourage families to read together nightly for a  minimum of 20 minutes.

School Expectations for Student  Achievement 

∙ All students will make continual progress in Reading. (Must be  at a Level C to be promoted. Must know a minimum of 25 sight words.) 

∙ All students will increase math performance through use of  Guided Math. (Must be able to count to 100, solve problems to  10, recognize and write numbers to 20.) 

∙ Writer’s Workshop will be used to increase all student’s  writing performance. (Must be able to write first name and 5  sentences by the end of the year.) 

∙ Increase family participation to help student success. 

∙ Students will learn life-long practices related to health and fitness.

IN OUR 1st GRADE CLASSROOM 

The 1st grade team will work with students and their families to support success in reading and math. Some of  our key connections with families will be: 

∙ Design fun and educational family nights and share  classroom strategies that help students become better  learners. 

∙ Develop a daily 1st grade folder that will be sent home  with materials (homework, sight word lists, etc) to  help families support learning goals.

  Encourage families to read together nightly.

School Expectations for Student  Achievement 

∙ All students will make continual progress in Reading. 

∙ All students will increase math performance through use  of Guided Math. 

∙ Writer’s Workshop will be used to increase all student’s  writing performance. 

∙ Increase family participation to aid in student success. 

∙ Students will learn life-long practices related to health  and fitness. 

 

IN OUR 2nd GRADE CLASSROOM 

The 2nd grade team will work with students and their  families to support success in reading and math. Some of  our key connections with families will be: 

∙ Develop a daily 2nd grade folder that will be sent home  with materials (homework, sight word lists, etc) to  help families support learning goals. 

∙ Design fun and educational family nights and share  classroom strategies that help students become better  learners. 

∙ Encourage families to read together nightly.

School Expectations for Student  Achievement 

∙ All students will make continual progress in Reading through  the use of Guided Reading. 

∙ All students will increase math performance through use  of Guided Math. 

∙ Writer’s Workshop will be used to increase all student’s  writing performance. 

∙ All students will be actively engaged with hands on experiences in Science and Social Studies. 

∙ Increase family participation to aid in student success. 

∙ Students will learn life-long practices related to health  and fitness.

IN OUR 3rd GRADE CLASSROOM 

The 3rd grade team will work with students and their  families to support success in reading and math. Some of  our key connections with families will be: 

∙ Design fun and educational family nights and share  classroom strategies that help students become better  learners. 

∙ Encourage families to read together nightly. 

∙ Use the Daily Homework Folders to communicate  daily activities and academic expectations with  families. 

∙ Encourage families to practice basic multiplication  fluency nightly.

School Expectations for Student  Achievement 

∙ All students will make continual progress in Reading through the  use of Guided Reading. 

∙ All students will increase math performance through use of Guided  Math. 

∙ Writer’s Workshop will be used to increase all student’s writing  performance. 

∙ All students will be actively engaged with hands on experiences in Science and Social Studies. 

∙ Increase familial capacity and participation to aid in student  success. 

∙ Students will learn life-long practices related to health and fitness.

IN OUR 4th GRADE CLASSROOM

The fourth grade team pledges to work collaboratively with  students and their families to support success in reading  and math. Some of our key commitments are: 

∙ Provide engaging enrichment activities that  strengthen all academic skills. 

∙ Assist parents in helping their child choose  appropriate interest-based and ability-leveled reading  material. 

∙ Maintain an open door policy and a willingness to  work collaboratively to ensure the continued academic,  social and emotional growth of all students. 

John Glenn families joined staff to develop ideas about  how families can support students’ success in reading  and math: 

School Expectations for Student  Achievement 

∙ All students will improve skills in all subject areas through  targeted instruction and online interventions. 

∙ All students will actively participate through in-person or  virtual instruction on school days. 

∙ All students will complete and submit daily assignments in  all subject areas. 

∙ All students will attend class daily. Absences will affect a student’s success throughout the school year.

IN OUR 5th GRADE CLASSROOM 

The 5th grade team will work with students and their families  to support success in all academic areas. Some of our key  connections with families will be: 

∙ Design fun and educational family nights and share  classroom strategies that help students become  better learners. 

∙ Encourage families to read together  

nightly. 

∙ Use Agendas and/or Daily Homework Folders to  communicate daily activities and academic  

expectations with families. 

∙ Encourage families to practice basic multiplication  fluency nightly. 

∙ Use of Class Dojo as main source of communication. Teachers will also communicate through phone and  email.

School Expectations for Student  Achievement 

∙ All students will make continual progress in Reading. 

∙ All students will increase math performance through use of  Guided Math. 

∙ Writer’s Workshop will be used to increase all student’s  writing performance. 

∙ All students will increase knowledge in Science and Social Studies. 

∙ Increase family participation to aid in student success. 

∙ Students will learn life-long practices related to health and  fitness.

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