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1st Grade Meet the Teacher Night 2012-2013. The Team: Tammy Richardson Camilla Broughton Scott Donathan Monica Lopez – Dual Language Angie Abrego – Dual Language. Northbrook is Title I. How did we become a Title I Campus?

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    1. 1st Grade Meet the Teacher Night2012-2013 The Team: Tammy Richardson Camilla Broughton Scott Donathan Monica Lopez – Dual Language Angie Abrego – Dual Language

    2. Northbrook is Title I • How did we become a Title I Campus? • Based on the number of Students who qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch in the School District. • At Northbrook in the 2012-2013 School year, we had 65.6% of our students qualify. • What does this mean for our campus? • Title I is a federal program designed to help students who need additional support in Reading or Math—not only students who qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch. • We receive federal funds because of our Title I status. • At Northbrook, Title I money is used to fund 3 teachers: Our Math Specialist, our Reading Specialist, and our Literacy Coach.

    3. Title 1 Compact • Designed to set expectations for a life time of successful learning • Written by teachers and parents at this school • Needs to read TOGETHER and discussed • MUST be signed by parents & students and returned the first week

    4. Attendance • 90% Rule • Texas Compulsory Attendance law requires that students must be in attendance 90% of the school year in order to receive credit for that year. An absence can be all day or partial day. Tardies can be considered for this state law and also for truancy. • Attendance and being on time is IMPORTANT! • NEW for 2012-2013 Students arriving late will need an adult to sign them into school in the office. • Your child should be at school unless they are sick. • If you have a scheduled appointment for something other than illness, it is important that your child attend school for the other part of the school day. • School starts at 7:40 and dismisses at 2:40. • Truancy will be filed on your student if they miss school excessively and the absences are not excused.

    5. Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD will be using CHAMPS for our behavior management piece in the classroom. This program will give specific expectations to students.  Students will have consequences based on HOW I ACT.  Please refer to Student code of Conduct for any questions on consequences that can be issued.

    6. Northbrook Elementary Student Expectations: Hullabaloo: I will stay on task in class. Outside: I will have appropriate behavior outside of the classroom. Work: I will complete assignments on time. Inside Voice: I will use my inside voice appropriately. Attitude: I will be respectful to classmates and adults. Courtesy: I will keep my hands, feet, and objects to self. Talking: I will talk only at appropriate times.

    7. Behavior - HOWIACT • Sent home in the purple folder • Must be signed EVERY night! • Students start over daily with tallies and consequences T- talking in line 98

    8. Behavior - HOWIACT • Every students starts with a 100 every 9 weeks • Office referrals are an automatic 10 points off • Physical aggression, theft, and damage to school property

    9. How can I help at home? • Look for words in their reading that are pattern words for spelling or high frequency words that we’re studying. • Read with your child!!! • Talk to them about what they’re reading • After watching TV or a movie, have students write or tell you a short summary

    10. Lunch/Breakfast • Lunch is $2.10 • Breakfast is &1.35 • You can make deposits on line or send in money to the cafeteria for your child’s meal account. • Children are allowed 3 charges and then they are provided with a tray that does not include the main entrée until their account is paid. • You must complete a new lunch form each year to qualify for free or reduced meals.

    11. Registration • If you HAVE NOT registered or re-registered your child this summer, their name WILL NOT be on a Teacher’s Class Roster. • This includes returning students! • You are able to register in the front office at this time.

    12. Mrs. Broughton’s Class

    13. Mr. Donathan’s Class

    14. Mrs. Richardson’s Class