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Please fill out the Parent Survey while we wait. We will Begin the presentation at 7p.m. Welcome to Mrs. Rish’s Class. We have a wonderful class. Boys Justin Cole William Julian Dalton Joshua Foster Matthew Zachary Trevor. Girls Kennedy Caleigh Lauren Jayleigh Mariah Mari

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please fill out the parent survey while we wait

Please fill out the Parent Survey while we wait

We will Begin the presentation at 7p.m.

we have a wonderful class
We have a wonderful class.
  • Boys
    • Justin
    • Cole
    • William
    • Julian
    • Dalton
    • Joshua
    • Foster
    • Matthew
    • Zachary
    • Trevor
  • Girls
    • Kennedy
    • Caleigh
    • Lauren
    • Jayleigh
    • Mariah
    • Mari
    • Ava
    • Emily
    • Angelina
    • Olivia
dibels
DIBELS

DIBELS

What is it? Dynamic Indicator of Basic Early Literacy Skills.

When do they take it? Students have formal testing three times a year: at the beginning of school, in January and at the end of the year.

Where do they take it? Students go with one of our reading coaches to take the test one on one for those three testing times, however students are monitored more regularly based on their performance by me.

Why is it needed? An important piece of the puzzle to unlocking your child’s reading potential. How is the data used? Dibels scores give us a good indication of what skills students need to connect the pieces of the reading puzzle. Their scores give us information about how best to teach and support them in learning goals.

dibels1
DIBELS

Aug. Oral Reading Fluency = 44

Jan. Oral Reading Fluency = 65

May Oral Reading Fluency = 90

  • The benchmark level represents the 40th percentile. We are aiming much higher. We want each child to perform at his or her maximum potential.
star test
STAR Test
  • Your child will take a STAR reading test. You will be given his/her Instructional Reading Level.
accelerated reader
Accelerated Reader
  • aka AR Test
    • Your child should take and pass (80%) one test each week.
    • You may view these records from home.
year at a glance science highlights
Year At A Glance Science Highlights
  • Forces and Simple Machines
  • Balancing and Weighing
  • Solids, Liquids and Gases
  • Animal Behavior
  • Weather
  • Water Cycle
  • Light and Sound
  • Organisms
  • Soils
  • Erosion and Weathering
  • Parts of Plants
  • Butterflies
  • Space
year at a glance social studies highlights
Year At A Glance Social Studies Highlights
  • Rules, Rights and Responsibilities
  • Community
  • Maps and Globes
  • Production and Distribution
  • Celebrations Around the World
  • Inventions
  • Past and Present
  • Landforms
  • Geography and How it Affects People
  • Extinct and Endangered
  • Human Made and Natural Resources
  • Famous Americans
  • Government
nine week math skills agenda
Nine Week Math Skills Agenda
  • -Use concrete and pictorial models to create a set with a given number of objects up to 1000.
  • -Group objects into equal size groups.
  • -Identify zero as the identity element for addition.
  • -Use place-value models to create equivalent representations of numbers.
  • -Represent numbers on a number line.
  • -Count to 100.
  • -Compare and order whole numbers to 100.
  • -Use <, >, and = to compare whole numbers.
  • -Compare and order using the terms same, more, fewer, greater than, less than, equal to, greatest, and least.
  • -Understand and use the commutative property of addition.
  • -Model addition and subtraction with place value.
  • -Use concrete materials to determine if a number is odd or even.
  • -Compose and decompose multi-digit numbers (including expanded form).
  • -Use ordinal numbers (1st-10th).
  • -Know and recognize coins and bills
  • -Count like coins.
  • -Describe, create, and extend two-dimensional shapes patterns.
  • -Skip count by 1’s, 10’s, and 100’s.
  • -Identify rules for number patterns
  • -Solve for the unknown (missing addend and minuend)
  • -Understand that addition and subtraction are inverse operations
  • -Apply properties of addition.
  • -Use a variety of concrete, pictorial, and symbolic models for addition and subtraction.
  • -Identify, describe, sort, and classify two-dimensional shapes.
  • -Tell time to the hour and half-hour.
  • -Understand the difference between A.M. and P.M.
  • -Collect and record data related to the question
  • -Build skills in addition and subtraction through problem solving.
  • -Use model drawing to represent addition and subtraction problems.
nine week language skills agenda
Nine Week Language Skills Agenda
  • Phonics:
  • - short vowels and long vowels with silent e
  • - long e spelled ea and ee
  • - long i spelled ie, igh
  • - long a spelled ay, ai
  • Fluency: Use punctuation to help phrasing and intonation
  • Vocabulary:
  • -robust vocabulary words each week
  • -word endings such as s, es, ed, ing,
  • -compound words
  • Comprehension:
  • - Demonstrate comprehension of materials by identifying characters and events, inferring the main idea and important details, making predictions, making connections
  • - Differentiate between fiction, realistic fiction, nonfiction, biography, and other narrative texts
  • Writing:
  • - Organize sentences into a paragraph.
  • -Use the narrative mode of writing.
  • - Use the writing process by drafting, editing, revising, and publishing written pieces
  • - Use graphic organizers to sort information in preparation for writing
  • Grammar:
  • -Capitalize beginning of sentences and correctly punctuate the four types of sentences (statement, question, command, exclamation)
  • -singular and plural nouns
  • Handwriting: Write legibly.
  • Speaking & Listening:
  • -Respond to literature read aloud.
  • - Use appropriate grammar and word choice in oral presentations and in conversations.
specialist classes
Specialist Classes
  • B Day = Art
  • D Day = Computer
  • F Day = Library/Counselor
  • H Day = Music
weekly skills agenda
Weekly Skills Agenda
  • Posted on the Web site
  • Comes home electronically each Friday
what is in the weekly skills agenda
What is in the Weekly Skills Agenda?
  • Our goals for Reading
  • A test Schedule
  • Our goals for Writing
  • Our goals for Social Studies
  • Our goals for Math
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Spelling Words
  • Homework Assignments
  • Upcoming Events
  • Good Citizen
  • Cute pictures of your kids
communication
Communication
  • Email – lisa.rish@trussvillecityschools.com
  • Facebook – Mrslisa Rish
  • Website – TCS webpage type lisarish
  • Phone – 228-3264
  • Office – 228-3200
  • Husky Pad
  • Meetings as needed
husky pad aka passport
Husky Pad aka Passport
  • Please initial the Husky Pad every day. Your child will write homework assignments and record his/her behavior for the day.
  • You may leave notes for me in the Husky Pad.
  • Check the Take Home Folder
  • Place items for me in the Bring Back envelope.
absences
Absences
  • If your child is absent – an excuse must be sent in within three days of missing school.
  • Please let me know in advance if your child will be out for vacation. (1 week please)
tuesday test folder
Tuesday Test Folder
  • Will come home each Tuesday.
  • Initial each test paper.
  • Return all test papers in the envelope.
progress reports
Progress Reports
  • Progress Reports go home between each report card.
  • They will go home on September 6th.
why do we give assessments
Why do we give assessments?
  • To see what children already know.
  • To see what they have learned.
  • To see where they need additional experience.
  • To see if they are engaged.
when do we give assessments
When do we give assessments?
  • Comprehension tests on Wednesday.
  • Vocabulary tests on Thursday.
  • Spelling tests on Friday.
  • Math quiz each Friday.
report cards
Report Cards
  • Report cards are sent home at the end of each 9 week period.
  • We use a Standards Based Report Card.
  • Students will receive a 1, 2, 3 or 4.
gifted
Gifted
  • Direct services for gifted and talented children begin in the 3rd grade through the Gifted and Talented Education (G.A.T.E.) Program. According to the Alabama State Department of Education regulations, all schools must conduct a second grade child find to identify gifted students.G.A.T.E. specialists conduct activities throughout the year with all second grade students as part of this process. You will be notified of further screenings if necessary during the spring of 2012. If you have any questions about this process please call Student Services Attn: Mandi Logan 228-3043.
web sites you need to know
Web Sites You Need to Know
  • www.Raz-Kids.com
    • Username -lrisha Password – lunch number
  • www. ixl.com
  • Story Town Resource
  • My Facebook
  • My Teacher Website
  • TCS Website (lunch menu)
  • Paypam
student supplies
Student Supplies
  • Parents are responsible for replacing lost supplies.
  • Each student has a tub where he/she should place all supplies when an assignment is completed.
  • Tubs stay at the students desk while work is being completed.
  • Tubs are stored in the cubbies
how can you help in the classroom
How Can You Help in the Classroom?
  • Reading with Students
  • Hallway Displays
  • Watching the Class during Professional Development Times
  • Making Copies
  • Special Talents and Knowledge
  • Helping with Crafts