Bernal Intermediate School. New Student Orientation August 17, 2010. Welcome and Introductions. Mrs. Jeanette Crawford-McCuller – Principal Mrs. Sheetal Singh – Assistant Principal Counselors – Nancy Alves and Rebecca Mayo-Cody. School Focus 2010- 2011. Safe and Nurturing School Climate
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Bernal Intermediate School
New Student Orientation
August 17, 2010
making sufficient growth on CST
- Language Arts
- History/Social Science
Physical Education: Daily Program
Students “Dress Out”
Supports School’s Academic Focus
After School Sports Program
Softball, Volleyball, Cross Country, Wrestling, Basketball, Soccer,
Track & Field
Exploratory Program: Three 12-Week Units
Guidance Yearbook Cooking Industrial Tech/Art Band Math Computer Lab
English Language Arts
MONDAY, FRIDAYTUESDAY, THURSDAY
Period 1 8:05 - 9:01Period 6
Period 2 9:04 - 9:54Period 5
BREAK 9:54 – 10:04BREAK
Period 3 10:07 – 10:57 Period 4
Period 4 11:00 – 11:50 Period 3
LUNCH 11:50 – 12:27LUNCH
*Reading 12:30 – 12:47Reading
Period 5 12:47 – 1:37Period 2
Period 6 1:40 – 2:30 Period 1
Additional Fees or Supplies:
Optional Sweat Pants & Sweat Shirt for P.E. $30.00
Large 3-Ring Binder
Pens/Paper , Calculator, Notebooks
Band Fees for Trips
Students can start arriving by 7:50 AM.
When will my child receive their class schedule?
Students will receive their class schedule on the first day of school in a Special Homeroom. Signs will be posted around the campus to inform students where to go.
What about bus transportation?
Depending upon which area you live bussing will be provided. Parents will receive in the mail information about transportation.
I am concerned about my students grade what should I do?
Contact your student’s counselor or teacher if it is only one subject to discuss a plan of action to assist your child.
The number one support is the classroom teacher. Teachers are available before and afterschool. We also have an afterschool tutoring program supported by a community based organization. Students can participate once it is up and running. The program takes place in the library.