Racing to Success!. Welcome 4th Grade Parents!. Curriculum Night 2011-2012. NORTHWEST ISD Community Flyer Page. NEW this year!! ON NISD DISTRICT WEBSITE (on the left under community flyers)
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NEW this year!!
ON NISD DISTRICT WEBSITE (on the left under community flyers)
Flyers about after school programs offered through out the district
CHECK OFTEN!!-New opportunities posted every 3-4 weeks
EXAMPLES OF FLYERS NOW ONLINE
MIDI for KIDS GUITAR LESSONS at Prairie View and Hatfield
MIDI for KIDS PIANO LESSONS at Prairie View
ALL ABOARD-Pre-school and Kinder Music and Math program at
Prairie View and the NISD Community Learning Center
(See Mrs. Nassiff tonight for information on Guitar, Piano and All Aboard- Classes begin next week)
VARIOUS COMMUNITY EVENTS
Please see Mrs. Nassiff or Mr. Brown with further questions.
Academic Grades will be recorded as follows:
Conduct Grades will be recorded as follows:
Please see Coach Gage, Mrs. Nassiff or Mr. Brown for furtherclarification.
The compact is a commitment from the school, the parent, and the student to share in the responsibility for improved academic achievement.
You, as Title I Parents, have the right to be involved in the development of the School-Parent Compact.
Distribution of the Compact.
The mission of Prairie View Elementary is to prepare students for success by teaching the intended curriculum with rigor, assessing student progress and adjusting instruction accordingly, providing appropriate safety nets, and measuring student achievement in preparation for a successful Middle School experience.
With the collective effort of staff, parents and community, Prairie View Elementary will prepare students to be successful in Middle School by achieving at or above grade level standards which will lead them on a path of college and career readiness.
PURPOSE: The reading workshop establishes a routine and provides
the students opportunities to become more successful.
How is the Writer’s Workshop set up?
Opening Lesson: Strategy is introduced. The teacher gives the students a tool to help them become more successful writers. (5-10 mins.)
Working Period: The students utilize the “tool” the teacher has taught them to become more successful writers. (40-45 mins.)
Closing Period/Author’s Chair: The teacher gathers everyone and summarizes the lesson. Severalstudents are chosen to share their work. (5-10 mins.)
The district’s inquiry showcase is next spring. Your child will work together with a team to produce an inquiry project for possible display.
Your child has the opportunity to learn about the regions of Texas, early settlers of Texas, explorers of Texas, cattle drives, the discovery of oil, and many other fun facts about Texas History.
Your child will have the opportunity to inquire and create some superb social studies projects to further their learning!
Please refer to the district website for the district grading policy. (There is other very useful info located here also)
Go to the district home page
On the left side named shortcuts, click on “parents”
Then choose “grading guidelines-elementary”
There is other very useful info located here also!
Please check the team website for:
- Weekly newsletter
- Updated school calendar
- Useful websites
Please check your teacher websites for:
- Useful websites
- Teacher contact information
- Subject specific information
COMMUNICATE, COMMUNICATE, COMMUNICATE!
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to talk to your child’s teachers.
Thank you for being such awesome parents! We couldn’t do it without you!