Welcome to Blue Crabs Back to School Night. Nurturing today ’ s learners for tomorrow ’ s future. Support Staff Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Meyer Miss. Davis Mr. Costa - Guidance Counselor Miss Stallworth - School Psychologist Ms. Marshall - School Psychologist
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Nurturing today’s learners for tomorrow’s future
Mr. Costa - Guidance Counselor
Miss Stallworth - School Psychologist
Ms. Marshall - School Psychologist
Mrs. Mundell - Related Services
Mrs.Brunguard - House Secretary
Dr. DeLeeuw - House Administrator
Ms. D’Anna - LA
Ms. Jeff - Science
Ms. Haling - SS
MrAshburner - Math
MrNigrelli - Spec. Ed.
are the most important person in your child’s life
I love homework
A quiet place to work
Designated time to study
Study for tests
Review notes every night
(10 minutes = 60% increase in memory)
Clean backpack regularly
Wash gym clothes regularly!
Reinforces classroom learning
Applies skills to real world applications
Approximately 20 mins per class
In addition students should read daily
Complete with quality to best of their
Submit on time
If absent, obtain missing work
Write homework in agenda
Parent / Caregiver
Check agenda and homework hotline*
Check completed work
*Available but not to be relied upon
Blue Crabs grade 7/8 (860 691-5440)
Spanish Homework Hotline (860 691-5420)
French Homework Hotline (860 691-5421)
Connecticut Science Museum
Check Website – www.eastlymeschools.org for general information, events, special notices, team and/or class information
Sign up for Friday Newsletter for school information & local information
Activate Edline & Confirm Email – for progress reports, report cards
All staff will be involved including teachers, custodians, secretaries, instructional assistants, cafeteria staff, and bus drivers.
The emphasis of this school-wide program is to encourage students to:
Research shows that preventing violence in schools involves:
These are the same elements for a positive school climate
Encourages staff, parents and caregivers to share four positive comments with children for every one negative comment
Raffles will be held every week!
Connections is an advisory program
Groups of 10-13 students/ 1 adult
Meet two times per month for 30 minutes
The SSP will begin in the 6th grade and continue through high school to provide support and assistance in setting goals for:
Connecticut State Department of Education, 2012
2. Career Development
Interest Inventories and Career Exploration
Life Skills Classes
3. Social, Emotional and Physical Development
Lessons and Activities
1. Academic Development
(Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely)
ELMS is integrating our curriculum with the new CCSS, this will be a multi-year process.
SBAC will be piloted this year for LA and math
Edline is the online portal we use to distribute report cards and progress reports
Provides teachers with an easy communication tool
Verify your email or add a secondary email address
Sample email from edline:
If you have any further questions or need assistance with your Edline account,
call Jennifer Berchielli, computer consultant, at 860-691-5520 or
It was great to see you
We look forward to seeing your children in the morning.
We would be glad to field any specific questions related to your child via e-mail or by appointment.
Have a great night!
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