Principal’s Mid-Year Report 2009-2010. Tony Hutchins Concord Elementary School Math. CES Math Goal.
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Principal’s Mid-Year Report2009-2010
Concord Elementary School
We, all teachers at Concord Elementary School, will improve students skills in the strand of Numbers and Operations for all 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students as measured by the summative fall 2010 MEAP assessment, so that:
Strand 1: Teaching for Learning
Teachers will create GLCEs-based lesson plans to address areas of weakness derived from data analysis.
Strand1: Teaching for Learning
Teachers will provide support resources for all students focusing on Numbers and Operations skills in math.
Strand 1: Teaching for Learning
Teachers will provide supplemental fraction activities as a subgroup unit of numbers and operations in grades 3 through 5.
Strand 4: School and Community Relations
Teachers will provide parent resources for all students.
Welcome back! We are excited to start another great school year.
Our school now has access to a great resource called Study Island. Study Island is a web-based program that covers all of the Michigan Standards - Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCEs) that we teach your child in the classroom everyday.
We have a building license for Study Island, which is accessible to students from school, home or anywhere they have internet access. This is a great tool to use with your child at home throughout the school year!
Your child can access Study Island from your home computer, or any other computer with internet, to practice and review their everyday class lessons.
To access Study Island:
Go to www.studyisland.com
We are excited about the potential benefits Study Island can bring to our students, and we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity by using Study Island.
Please feel free to contact Study Island at 800-419-3191 or [email protected] if you have any questions.
Using Study Island from Home
Since the Study Island state assessment program is completely web-based, students can access it from any computer with an Internet connection and a standard web browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape). Results from students study sessions are recorded and made available to the teachers. This includes results from sessions completed at home.
The program is divided into sections based on subject (math, reading, etc.). Each section is made up of 10 to 25 topics, which contain about 20 to 25 questions each. Many topics are accompanied by a lesson, which includes some brief information about the material covered by the questions in the topics. It is helpful to view the lesson before answering the questions in the topic.
Follow the instructions below, in order to use the program:
Strands 4: School and Community Relations
Staff will conduct Family Math Nights to provide parents information about Everyday Math concepts, practices and procedures.
What would make it easier to help you child at home?