- Classroom Rules:
T- Take care of school property and well as yours and others belongings.
E- Everyone do your BEST!!
A- Always be repectful to adults, friends, and yourself.
M- Make sure to listen and follow directions.
- Homework Folders
Your child's homework will consist of the following daily except on Fridays.
1. A worksheet that will contain Language Arts and Math.
2. Practice Sight words for 5 to 10 minutes daily.
3. Reading for 5 to 10 minutes daily.
All homework is placed in the green homework folder (provided by the school). Please check your child's folder daily and make sure that they complete the assigned work and places it back into the green folder to return to school the next day. Also please check your child's folder "Keep at Home" side of the folder and clean out the folder daily.
Your green homework folder will also include the monthly behavior calendar. Please initial daily the behavior calendar. It is an extremely important part of parent-teacher communication.
- Books in a Bag
Students will eventually be bringing home a bag with "just right" books with a reading log as the school year progresses. These books are "just right" books that your child should be able to read with little to no help. The books are to read daily by your child and it is thier responsibility to bring back thier book-in-a-bag as well as take care of the books. If your child should forget thier bag or books no "new" books will be sent home untill the "old" books are returned. Please make sure that books are handled with care and that they are not written on, colored on, ripped or torn. Thank you for your help with this manner.
- Transportation Changes
If there are any changes in the way that your child normally gets home, your child must have a written notice. We cannot change any form of transportation without a written notice from the parent or gaurdian. If your student is a car rider, you must have a car tag visible with your student's name on it. If you do not have a car tag, you must go to the front office to get one. No student will be placed in a car without a car tag.
Greendale is a PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) school. This means that Greendale's staff will develop positive, predictable, and safe environments that promote strong interpersonal relationships with students through teaching, modeling, and encouragement. Greendale student's develop and learn social, emotional, and behavioral competence, supporting thier academic engagement. One of the ways PBIS is used in our classroom is through earning Dragon Dollars. Students will have the opportunity to earn Dragon Dollars throughout the day in various ways. They will have the chance to spend thier Dragon Dollars at our classroom "Dragon Store."
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