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									  Shelley Kovich
skovich@ggusd.us
         Teachers
5th Grade
     • Sherry Sanborn (Room 2)
     • Tommy Smith (Room 3)
5th/6th Grade
     • Shelley Kovich (Room 4)
6th Grade
     • Teresa Jackson (Room 1)
     • Susie Prado (Room 11)
Support Staff
     • Ms. Brothers (Room 602)
    • Ms. James-Rocha (Room 603)
School & Classroom Rules
School & Classroom Rules
         Rewards
25 = Certificate AND instant prize,
 OR raffle ticket for pizza or ice-
               cream
     100 = Extended Recess
   More incentives to follow
Student of the Month
•   September-Pride
•   October-Respect
•   November-Responsible
•   December-Resourceful
•   January-Safe
•   February-Pride
•   March-Respect
•   April-Responsible
•   May-Resourceful
•   June-Safe
        Consequences
           “PAWS” To Remember
•3 in one Character Trait = Referral
       Consequences
Referral
  • Minor
     • Communication with Student and/or Parent
  • Major
     • Communication with Dr. Mitchell and/or Parent
     MUST BE SIGNED BY PARENT AND RETURNED TO
              SCHOOL THE FOLLOWING DAY
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COUGAR
 CARDS
  Conferences
• Nov. 28th-Dec. 6th We’ll be on
  minimum day schedule.
• Dismissal @ 1:00
• Should take about 1 hour
District Goals
Reaching District Goal 1
ELA Tracking Sheet


     76

     89

     95

     60
     49
Math Tracking Sheet


 standard
District Goals
Reaching District Goal 2
                     English Only
                     RFEP & FEP
                 Advanced


           Early Advanced


         Intermediate


          Early
      Intermediate
     Beginning
          What is ELD?
(English Language Development)
Definition: ELD is the systematic use of instructional
   strategies designed to promote the acquisition of
   English by students whose primary language is other
   than English.
SDAIE (Specifically Designed Academic Instruction in
  English)
Definition: it is the approach used in multi-linguistic content
   classrooms to provide additional language support to
   students while they are learning academic subjects.
Examples: Thinking Maps, Realia, Pair Share, Group
   Activities, and many more useful strategies.
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HOMEWORK
  PASS
    Academics
Core Curriculum
•   Reading
•   Writing
•   English Language Development
•   Math
Content Areas
• Science
   • 5th Physical, Life, and Earth
   • 6th Earth Science
• Social Studies
   • 5TH U.S. History
   • 6th Ancient Civilizations
Physical Education
5th grade Test
• One Mile under 11 minutes
• Sit-ups/Push-ups- Maximum
  75 in approx. 4 minutes
   • Monday, Wednesday, &
     Friday
   • Running shoes and clothes
   • Jackets
Report Card
Grading Scale
                    Advanced
                     Avanzado
                    90%-100%
                 Proficient
                Competente
                 75%-89%
              High Basic
              Básico Alto
              70%-74%
           Low Basic
           Básico Bajo
            65%-69%
       Below Basic
     Menos que Básico
        51%-64%
  Far Below Basic
   Mucho Menos que
       Básico
    50% or lower
Grading Key for Content Areas
      • O=Outstanding
      • S=Satisfactory
      • N=Needs Improvement
      • U=Unsatisfactory
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HOMEWORK
  PASS
Daily Schedule
8:00-8:30-ELD
8:30-10:00-Math
10:00-10:30-Writing
10:30-10:50-Recess
10:50-12:20-Reading
12:20-12:50-Lunch
12:50-2:15-Content
Every Wednesday school is out at
             1:25
Weekly Enrichment
• Library-Ms. Fabela
    • Friday 10:50
• Computer-Mr. Vu
    • Wednesday 8:30
• Vocal Music-Mrs. Friedl
    • Monday 9:30
    • Chior (Thursday 1:30-2:15)
• Instrumental Music-Mrs. Jones
    • Tuesday & Friday
        • Strings (1:15-1:45)
        • Band (1:45-2:15)
Homework
Core Curriculum
• Math
   • 8-10 problems from lesson
   • Math Facts
• Reading
   • Read for 30 minutes
Science/Social Studies
• Occasional reading, workbooks
  and/or projects.
Organization
SHOULD INCLUDE:
• Pencil Pouch
   • 2 pencils and eraser
• Agenda
   •   SIGN ONLY IF HOMEWORK BECOMES AN
       ISSUE

• Dividers
   • Math
        • Notes
        • Handouts
   • ELA
        • Notes
        • Handouts
     Agendas
• Communication tool
• 30 minutes reading and study math
  facts every night
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HOMEWORK
  PASS
   Homework Tips
1. HOMEWORK POLICY: about 1 hour per
   day
2. Have a designated SPACE for your child to
   study with SUPPLIES available nearby.
   (dictionary, pencils, erasers, colored
   pencils, and so on)
3. Have a ROUTINE – a time for work,
   reading, and playtime. Some children need
   a check off list to stay organized.
4. QUESTIONS-If a child asks for help, don’t
   immediately offer a solution. Instead lead
   your child into figuring it out for
   himself/herself how to proceed, and then
   assist.
Habits of a Scholar
1)   Eat a nutritional breakfast before school
2)   Student have Agenda and Binder at all times
3)   Homework/Class work completed on time
4)   Students must eat lunch!
5)   SLEEP (8-10 hours)
6)   Need to come to school every day!
         8 missed topics for one day absent per week
         32 missed topics for one day absent per week in
              one month
         256 missed topics for one day absent per week in
              one school year
5) TEAM WORK: PARENT,STUDENT &TEACHERS
   Kid’s Club
• Monday – Friday

• Provides-homework
  assistance, enrichment
  activities, sports, arts crafts,
  cooking, fieldtrips, etc.

• Site Coordinator-Ms. Connie
Stop by Kids Club, Office, or
  classroom if interested and ask
  for a referral!
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