Welcome to Parents’ Night!. Thank you for being here! You are helping your child become a super Pfaff Puma! Please sign up for a Fall conference, volunteer opportunities, and enjoy a snack at the back table. We will begin in a few minutes. Who is Mrs. Radzai?.
We take full pride in the Pfaff Pledge and the new Positive Behavior Support (PBS) program in room 215. In fact, we use it for our class rules as well. For the first few weeks, we have had individual lessons on what the Pfaff Pledge looks like and sounds likeusing PBS Matrix in various areas of the school, such as the classroom, hallway, playground, cafeteria, and so forth. We expect all classroom citizens to abide by the Pfaff Pledge at all times.
Students found following the Positive Behavior Support Matrix will receive a “paw print” from any staff member. After collecting 25, they can trade them for a “puma”. Students are trying to earn three pumas to attend the first “mystery award assembly” in November. The entire program runs on positive reinforcement. In the rare case of students making a poor choice that is unsafe, bullying or not easily redirected, they will have a consequence in the classroom and/or parents will be contacted if warranted. Consequences include loss of recess time or a contact home, either by note, email or phone.
Day1= Art, Day 2= Music, Day3=Library, Day 4= Phys. Ed.
Everyday Math Program
Visit Student Reference Book (SRB) online as a resource.
Reading Goal: They must meet this goal in order to attend Beach Day at the end of the school year!!
(approximately 50 pages =1 book, or 3 picture books =1book)
**Please help your child add up their pages, divide by 50 and write the correct number of books for that month on the bottom of their log, until they get the hang of it!!**
(We will learn the 0 ,1, 2, 5, 10 and 11 facts first-Feel free to start
(Are all pieces of evidence toward meeting a learning target.)
(Vocabulary, grammar, comprehension, etc.)
(Beginning, Middle, and End of Year)
(Vocabulary cards and study sheets first!)
* They are after all, learning new information and practicing new skills.*
*You may check your child’s grades on Power School after the first marking period.*
There you will see all of your child’s learning targets as well.
be in a group for one or several days depending
on their need.
What is the PSSA?
(i.e. Big state tests)
When are the tests?
What do the PSSAs assess?
What are Common Core State Standards?
Want more info?
Check out the Pennsylvania Department of Education website: http://www.pde.state.pa.us/
Calls, Emails, and Notes
Did you sign up for a Fall conference at the back table?
Please leave a note for your child!
Thank you for coming!
Mrs. Kelly Radzai