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					Welcome to
3rd Grade!
  Ms. Richardson’s
           &
 Mrs. Dillard’s Classes
             What’s Expected

   We expect the best!
       Behavior
       Attitude
       Manners
       Integrity
       Willingness
                   Rules

   Complete class & homework.
   Stay in seat.
   Have materials ready.
   Follow directions & procedures.
   Work cooperatively.
   Speak with permission.
Consequences (cumulative)
   1st Warning – move name down, sign
    card.
   2nd – Complete behavior worksheet
   Copy behavior essay.
   Loss of privileges.
   Detention

Only students with an A or A- for the week
 are allowed to participate in Friday Fun.
                    Grades
 Tests
 Math Drills

 Performance/Inquiry Based

 Geography/Map Skills

 Work Study (class/homework, A.R.)

EQT’s will still account for 10% of the total grade.
        Assessments are set out by MCPSS.
Mid-quarter look for progress reports or check
  online.
                Parameters
       Reading                 Language Arts

Vocab/Phonics (2)    20%   Spelling (2)         10%
Comprehension              Writing (2)          40%
  2- Reading Stories       Grammar (4)          40%
  2- DCA’s           70%   Teacher Choice (1)   10%
Teacher Choice (1)   10%
                     Parameters
      Social Studies                 Science

Tests (2)             60%   Test (1)             60%
Map Skills (1)        20%   Experiments (2)      20%
Teacher Choice (1)    20%   Teacher Choice (1)   20%
   Parameters

         Math

Benchmarks        80%
Basic Fact Test   10%
Teacher Choice    10%
       Work Study & Conduct

Grading:
               S = 80% - 100%
               N = 50 – 79%
               U = 0% - 49%

*Students are only eligible for Honor Roll if
  they maintain an S in both work study &
  conduct.
                    A.R.
   STAR results + Z.P.D. + teacher judgment
   Book Levels & Points on books
   15 points per quarter
   At least 1 non-fiction book per quarter
   20 minutes silent reading everyday in
    class
    Reading Street stories
              Technology

   SMARTBOARDS
   Computer lab
   Student computers
   Videos
   LCD projector
   Internet
                Newsletter

Each Monday look for The Rich Dill
. http://collier.mce.schoolinsites.com/
       Highlights:
   What we are studying each week
   Tests
   Projects
   Reminders
   Homework ?
                  Field Trips
   IMAX/EXPLOREUM – October 29th
   New Orleans Zoo & Aquarium – April 23rd

Students will not be allowed to participate if they:
       *fail to complete class/homework
        *exhibit inappropriate conduct
           *have excessive absences
                         FYI
   No EQT study guides
   District Common Assessments (DCAs)
   Make-up test during PE on Friday
   Conferences
   Fees ($25 – includes: assignment notebook,
    spelling workbook, grammar workbook,
    handwriting workbook, $5 school fee)
   Ways to help: ink cartridges, misc. gift cards,
    Sunny D upc labels

				
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