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Welcome to 5 th Grade. Please sign the following papers before leaving this evening : Schedule your child’s goal setting conference(one conference per student). Sign up to volunteer. 5 th Grade Teachers Mrs. LeBlanc Mrs. Webster Miss Jackson [email protected] (949) 936-5939.

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Welcome to 5th Grade

Please sign the following papers before leaving this evening:

  • Schedule your child’s goal setting conference(one conference per student).

  • Sign up to volunteer.


5th Grade Teachers

Mrs. LeBlanc

Mrs. Webster

Miss Jackson

[email protected]

(949) 936-5939


School policies
School Policies

  • arrival 7:55/leave campus 2:39

  • playground and equipment are reserved for Meadow Park students from 7:55-3:00, other children are not permitted on the playground

  • tardy students – sign-in

  • volunteers sign in at the front office,

    and wear a badge while on campus

  • parents may not bring late assignments

  • late instruments and lunches can be left in the front office

  • Birthday Treats – no food, treats, goodies, pencils, etc., can be brought this year. (Book Donation)


Free and reduced lunch program
Free and Reduced Lunch Program

  • The school receives a significant amount of funding for completion of these forms.  This funding is used to support the academic program at Meadow Park.  As general funding declines, Title I monies are becoming our only source of funding for important academic services.

  • Even if a family is unsure about their ability to qualify, they should apply.  Nutrition Services will review their application and determine eligibility.  Many parents think that they do not qualify when, if fact, they do meet the requirements.

  • Please apply even if your child/children will not receive school lunch every day. 

  • Kindergarten families may also apply.

  • Every year, a new form needs to be submitted.  There is no carryover.


PBIS …

Positive Behavior Interventions and Support

is a school-wide positive behavior system that focuses on defined behavior expectations and positive reinforcement for all students.


Mission Statement

Meadow Park School is a community of students, parents, and staff that promotes academic excellence within a positive social climate.

Behavioral Expectations

Responsible

On Time and Ready

Positive Attitude

Expect Respect

Safety First


ROPES coupons…

  • Provide students with immediate, frequent, and positive reinforcement

  • Encourage expected and desired behavior and are used to acknowledge students at Friday Flag Deck


Minor and major behavior reports

Minor and Major Behavior Reports are issued to students who demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

Minor and Major Behavior Reports


Classroom management
Classroom Management demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

  • ROPES coupons

  • Reward tickets

  • Magnets

  • “Respect” cards


Curriculum
Curriculum demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

  • Please visit the California Department of Education’s website for specific information on 5th grade state standards:

    http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/

    Highlights:

    -US History

    -Narrative, Persuasive, Response to Lit

    -Life, Physical, Earth Science

    -Volume, Integers, Decimals, Variables

    -Physical Fitness Testing


Homework demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

  • Nightly:

    • Math

    • One additional assignment

    • 30 minutes of reading (25 minutes in Sept. / Facts)

  • Weekly:

    • Weekly Reading Activity

    • Personal Word Quiz (PWQ)

  • Student’s responsibility:

    • Understand all assignments before leaving school

    • Write in planner daily (website is backup only)

    • Bring home all materials necessary to complete the assignments (textbooks online)

  • Homework due at 8:10 a.m.

  • Thursday Folder for any missing homework or green mustangs for complete homework sent home weekly.


Learning resources
Learning Resources demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

  • Math Journal- Each student will have a spiral notebook designated to take daily notes. This notebook should be used for reference on homework and in preparation for assessments.

  • Reading Journal-Each student will have a spiral notebook designated to take daily notes. This notebook should be used for reference on homework and in preparation for assessments.

  • Grammar Journal- Students will take weekly notes in a spiral notebook. These notes should be used for Grammar homework and to prepare for assessments.

  • Study Guides- Students will complete a study guide for all Unit/Chapter Tests (not quizzes).

  • Science Notes- Completed weekly in class and kept in binder.

  • Homework - When completed homework is sent home I encourage the students to keep it in a separate folder to use as a resources. Especially to review any missed problems for science, grammar, and math (homework quizzes in math).


Grading demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

  • Achievement – A,B,C,D,F

  • Percentages

  • Effort – O, S, N

  • Check +, Check, Check -

  • Complete/Incomplete

  • Teacher Comments


Meadow Park Parent Communication demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

M.P. Website

School, program and staff events, updated regularly.

Grade-level Websites 

Used by K-3 for grade-level information.

Class Websites

Used by grade 4-6th. Class new, homework, and curriculum links, etc.

http://teacherweb.com/CA/MeadowParkElementarySchool/LeBlanc/apt1.aspx

Mustang Express

Weekly school-wide electronic newsletter. Provides tidbits on events and/or school news. 

Meadow Park News

Issued periodically throughout the year. Contains more detailed information about our school programs.

Staff Email

[email protected] This is the preferred method of communication with staff. 

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship will be discussed with students during their first visit(s) to the computer lab. 


Communication demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

  • Weekly Folder

    • School announcements and student work

    • Signed and returned each Friday (2 tickets)

    • Homework Report

  • Test Results on Schoolnet

  • E-mail updates

  • Homework Planner - review

  • Progress Report as needed

  • Online Report Card (comments)

  • Goal Setting Conference - Child Attends

  • E-mail

  • Phone Calls/Voice Mail


  • Special Events demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

    • Colonial Day – Thursday, Feb. 11th, 2014

    • Water Festival –Thursday, March 27, 2014

    • Walk Through The Revolution – April 24th

      or April 25th

    • Pool Party – Last week of school


    Meadow Park PTA demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

    1st Annual Direct Donation Drive

    Replaces Gift Wrap Sales – Simple (no work for parents!) fundraising method with proven success at South Lake Middle School and other IUSD elementary schools.

    100% of donations go directly to Meadow Park

    Suggested Donations: $125 (1 student)

    $150 (2 students)

    $175 (3 students)

    $200 (4 students)

    Any amount is welcome and appreciated ▪ Many employers will match your donation.

    Tax deductible

    Donations help support: Art lessons and supplies, field trips, lunch time activities, teacher allotments, assemblies, school supplies, Mother/Daughter Tea, and Teacher Appreciation Week.

    Thank you for your support and contribution to this new, fall campaign. For questions, please contact PTA President, Susan Kramer: [email protected]


    Meadow park foundation
    Meadow Park Foundation demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

    Mission: Enhance our children’s education through technology.

    Who: Parents (we need You!).

    What: Raise funds for technology-related purchases for ONLY Meadow Park.

    Why: Shrinking world of the future – prepare our kids! Budget cuts.

    Funded by: Your donations, corporate grants.

    Recent Results: 50+ laptops & desktops; Wireless Access points for all of MP; memory upgrades; teacher technology training; software upgrade; and so much more…

    When we meet: 2nd Thursday each month at 7pm. Please join us! (in conference room by lobby)

    We need You! to:

    • Help us research corporate grants!

      (research from home or work, whenever convenient).

    • Make a tax deductible donation

      (credit cards now accepted).

    • Enter the raffle (fabulous prizes!)

      Visit our table in the lobby for credit card donations now.

      [email protected]

      Cell: 949.683.7122

      www.MeadowParkFoundation.Org


    Thank you for attending! demonstrate problem behaviors as a way to reinforce the school-wide expected behaviors (R.O.P.E.S.)

    We look forward to a wonderful year!

    *Please sign-up for a goal-setting conference on your way out.


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