Welcome. Parent Orientation Night August 7, 2012 text here…. About Mrs. Pugh. I have been teaching 4 th and 5 th grade for 14 years.
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Parent Orientation Night
August 7, 2012
Follow all directions.
Be respectful at all times.
Raise your hand and be patient.
Be prepared at all times.
Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
If a student chooses to break a rule:
1) Verbal Warning- Repeat and Redirect
2) Sign the Log- Logical Consequence- Time out in classroom
3) Bounce- Time-out in Buddy Class with a task.
Note or Phone call home.
4) Office Referral: Complete the task and Phone call home
Weekly homework will consist of 30-45 minutes per night, normally Monday – Thursday. (Math practice, Spelling and finish any Science or SS that was not completed in class.)
Your child is also expected to read each night for a minimum of 20 minutes and complete the Reading Response sheet. Please review this document and sign the Communication Log daily.
If homework is not completed, please understand that your child will have to complete it in a Silent Lunch setting.
Homework is essential to practice and maintain skills that are covered in class.
8:30-9:10- MUSIC- Angoco
9:15-9:55- Integration Remediation Skills- Frye
10:00- 10:45- ART- Cameron
10:50- 11:30- PE- Bulfer
11:30-12:00- Science/SS essential standards
12:00- 12:30- Lunch
12:30-12:45- Classroom read aloud/ Record Homework
2:30- Pack up to dismiss
When emailing through our school email, please put the word parent as the subject.
I welcome parent visits to our classroom; however, all visitors MUST sign in using the computer system in front of the office prior to coming to the classroom.
Parent volunteers are needed for various classroom needs.
All volunteers must go through the volunteer process in order to chaperone any field trips.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.
***We will need chaperones for all field trips.
Some of the tentative field trips we have planned are Camp Don Lee, YMCA- Water Safety, The Opera, The Science and History Museum in Raleigh. Please look for the field trip letter that will be coming home in the upcoming weeks.
***All trips must be paid for in advance and the cost is non-refundable.
***All of these trips are tentative this year and may be canceled due to transportation costs and the nature of our economy.
Remember that parents and teachers working together can make a world of difference in the lives of children.
I look forward to working with your child this year and seeing you again soon