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Welcome to Back to School and Title I Night. Kindergarten Cradlerock Elementary School 2014-2015. 1. Prior Care. IN WHAT CATEGORY IS MY CHILD’S PRIOR CARE CONSIDERED? PUBLIC PRE-KINDERGARTEN Cradlerock Elementary Guilford Elementary Atholton Elementary Talbott Springs Elementary

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welcome to back to school and title i night
Welcome to Back to School and Title I Night

Kindergarten

Cradlerock Elementary School

2014-2015

1

prior care
Prior Care

IN WHAT CATEGORY IS MY CHILD’S PRIOR CARE CONSIDERED?

PUBLIC PRE-KINDERGARTEN

  • Cradlerock Elementary Guilford Elementary
  • Atholton Elementary Talbott Springs Elementary
  • Deep Run Elementary Bellows Springs Elementary
  • any Baltimore County/City Public School

CHILD CARE CENTER

  • Cradlerock Children’s Center Children’s Learning Center at HCY Journeys At Owen Brow
  • Child Time Learning Center Columbia Academy
  • Bright Beginnings The Goddard School
  • Lornwood Child Development Center Kindercare
      • NON PUBLIC NURSERY SCHOOL
  • Oakland Mills Nursery School The Learning Cottage Montessori Schools
  • Liberty Baptist Preschool Bet Yeladim Preschool
  • East Columbia Preschool Emmanuel United Methodist Preschool
      • HEAD START
  • Dasher Green Head Start Ellicott City Head Start
  • Harriet Tubman Head Start First Presbyterian Head Start

HOME/INFORMAL CARE

  • At home with mom, grandmother/father, aunt; in care of relative
      • FAMILY CHILD CARE
  • In licensed Family Child Care with 6-8 or fewer children
pbis at cradlerock
PBIS at Cradlerock

At Cradlerock Elementary School students will be:

  • Respectful
  • On Task
  • Cooperative
  • Kind
day in the life of a kindergartener
Day in the Life of a Kindergartener
  • 8:03-8:15 Arrival, Breakfast
  • 8:15-8:30 Calendar Math
  • 8:30-10:05 Language Arts
  • 10:05-11:05 Recess, Lunch
  • 11:05-11:35 Content
  • 11:35-12:35 Related Arts
  • 12:35-12:50 Take 15
  • 12:50-1:35 Math
  • 1:35-2:40 Centers/Snack
  • 2:40-2:45 Pack Up, Dismissal
arrival dismissal
Arrival & Dismissal
  • School begins at 8:15
  • Students may enter the building at 8:03
  • Dismissal is at 2:45
connecting school home
Connecting School & Home
  • Daily Folders with Calendars
  • Progress Reports, Report Cards
  • Conferences
volunteers
Volunteers
  • Classroom Volunteers start Oct. 6
  • Please fill out the volunteer sheet if you’re able to help out in the classroom.
field trips
Field Trips

Space is limited but we appreciate your willingness to chaperone!

  • If a parent/guardian would like to chaperone, they must check the chaperone box on their child’s permission form, provide contact information, and return the form to the child’s teacher.
  • Permission forms may be turned in before payment.
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Field Trips
  • Chaperones will be selected based on the order in which the forms are received. Parents/guardians who have not attended a previous field trip will take priority.
  • Parents/guardians who are not selected will be placed on a waiting

list. If you volunteer to chaperone,

you will be notified whether you are

selected or not.

language arts
Language Arts
  • Treasures
  • School-wide reading and writing program
  • Balanced program emphasizes letter/sound relationship & sight word recognition
  • Develops deep comprehension of varied texts (poetry, nonfiction, short articles, fables and more
        • Math
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Curriculum emphasizes the development of number relations, computation, and problem solving through use of hands on materials
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Daily Five

  • Children become better readers and develop a love for reading by having time to actually read and write.
  • A way of organizing language arts instruction so that every student is engaged in meaningful literacy tasks.
  • Students receive explicit whole group instruction and then are given independent practice time to read and write independently while the teacher provides focused instruction to individuals and small groups.
snack
Snack
  • Snack is brought from home.
  • Please limit the snacks to:

Fresh fruit, fruit snacks, dry cereal, goldfish, pretzels, or crackers.

  • Please pack the snacks separate from lunch. Snack should be packed in a disposable bag, not a lunch box.
  • No peanuts or peanut products
  • No LIQUIDS Please
homework
Homework

We will start homework in October.

Math homework

Refer to the math calendar in the homework journal. Do at least 2 activities each week and initial the calendar.

Language Arts: Work on 2 poems each week. Complete selected activities from the back of the poems.

Return homework journals quarterly.

questions
Questions:

Thank you for coming tonight!