WELCOME TO SHERWOOD ELEMENTARY BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT!
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DESCRIPTIONWELCOME TO SHERWOOD ELEMENTARY BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT!. AGENDA: STAFF INTRODUCTIONS A MESSAGE FROM PTA PRESIDENT MELISSA POPHAM SES VISION/MISSION UPDATE ON SCHOOL DATA/STATE TESTING SES SIP GOAL GRADING & REPORTING NEWS SES GUIDING PRINCIPLES USEFUL INFORMATION. SHERWOOD STAFF!. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
WELCOME TO SHERWOOD ELEMENTARY BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT!AGENDA:STAFF INTRODUCTIONSA MESSAGE FROM PTA PRESIDENT MELISSA POPHAMSES VISION/MISSIONUPDATE ON SCHOOL DATA/STATE TESTINGSES SIP GOALGRADING & REPORTING NEWSSES GUIDING PRINCIPLESUSEFUL INFORMATION
1SHERWOOD STAFF!KINDERGARTEN:Ms. MoodyMs. RhoadesMs. SonMs. Weiss
GRADE 1:Ms. GandelMs. KeyesMs. Rivenbark
GRADE 2:Ms. CraigMs. LoweMr. Wainwright
GRADE 3:Ms. DAmicoMs. ReddenMs. Rotter
GRADE 4:Mr. BowmanMs. MorrisonMs. ValensteinMs. Wike
GRADE 5:Ms. BerryMs. NorthrupMr. Williams
SPECIALS:Art Ms. SmithPE Ms. RothMusic Ms. HowellMedia Ms. BaileyIns. Music Ms. Brooks
SCB:Ms. DaubertMs. Walker
PEP:Ms. NanceMs. McKeon
READING INITIATIVE:Ms. BilligMs. Seidel
HSM/SPEECH/OT/PT:Ms. LoomisMs. SilverMs. WrayMs. PolonMs. Money
HEALTH ROOM:Ms. RoccoMs. Jones
CAF./BLDG SVCS.:Ms. StewartMs. BarnesMs. SamuelsMs. PumphreyMr. FrancoMr. CespedesMr. Alulema
OFFICE STAFF:Maddie RamirezLaura Strong
SHERWOOD ES VISIONTo provide rigorous instruction in a safe, inclusive environment of collaboration, respect and high expectations.SHERWOOD ES MISSION
We are a community of professionals focused on student achievement. We are here to teach students to be critical thinkers. We are committed to sharing best practices and reflecting on our teaching in order to provide rigorous instruction to all students.
SHERWOOD ES 2012 MSA PROFICIENCY
SHERWOOD ES SIP GOALTo implement with fidelity, a rigorous instructional program based on Curriculum 2.0, by integrating thinking skills and developing grade level Professional Learning Communities.
CURRICULUM 2.0 NIGHT
TUESDAYOCTOBER 2, 2012
DURING THE PTA MEETING
GRADING & REPORTINGMCPS is implementing Standards Based Grading & Reporting which aligns instruction and assessment to standards.This provides a more accurate reflection of what students know and are able to do.
GRADING & REPORTING
EXAMPLECONTENT: GRADE 1 SOCIAL STUDIES MEASUREMENT TOPIC: CIVICSPROFICIENCY STATEMENT:A student has demonstrated proficiency by recognizing, identifying, describing and explaining the historical development and current status of the democratic principles and the development of skills and attitudes necessary to become responsible citizens.EXAMPLECONTENT: GRADE 2 MATH MEASUREMENT TOPIC: OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKINGPROFICIENCY STATEMENT: A student has demonstrated proficiency by (Understanding) understanding the relationship between addition and subtraction; (Computing) fluently adding and subtracting within 20; (Applying) using addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one and two-step word problems; (Reasoning) using mental strategies to add and subtract within 20. Explaining and justifying a solution to a problem or extending from something known to something not yet known; (Engaging) seeing math as sensible, useful, and do-able if you work at it and being willing to do the work.
EXAMPLECONTENT: GRADE 3 MATH MEASUREMENT TOPIC: OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKINGPROFICIENCY STATEMENT: A student has demonstrated proficiency by: (Understanding) Representing and interpreting multiplication and division problems. Understanding the relationship between multiplication and division; (Computing) Fluently multiplying and dividing within 100; (Applying) Using multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems. Applying properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide. Applying strategies to solve two-step word problems using the four operations; (Reasoning) Explaining patterns in an addition or multiplication table. Explaining and justifying a solution to a problem or extending from something known to something not yet known; (Engaging) Seeing mathematics as sensible, useful, and doable-if you work at it-and being willing to do the work.
Thinking and Academic Success Skills: CollaborationDemonstratingDEMThe student consistently exhibits collaborative skills by, exhibiting shared leadership, working cooperatively with others, sharing ideas and listening to others, offering help to others and is willing to compromise for the good of the team.ProgressingPROThe student periodically exhibits collaborative skills by, exhibiting shared leadership, working cooperatively with others, sharing ideas and listening to others, offering help to others and is willing to compromise for the good of the team.Not yet EvidentNThe student rarely exhibits collaborative skills which involve: exhibiting shared leadership, working cooperatively with others, sharing ideas and listening to others, offering help to others and is willing to compromise for the good of the team.NEW REPORT CARDS(GRADES K-3)
Sherwood ElementaryThree Guiding PrinciplesMutual RespectTreat others the way that you want to be treated. Respect the fact that we are all different and yet all the same. Our school is a large family and we need to support each other.Right to Learn and TeachStudents and teachers as Sherwood have the right to a productive learning environment. We all contribute to that environment by doing our best, helping others and following the rules.Self-ControlYou are responsible for the good and bad things that you do. You control yourself. Be proud of your accomplishments, and apologize when you make a mistake. You cannot blame someone else for what you do.
INFORMATIONSCHOOL HOURS: 9:15-3:20 ABSENCE/TARDY: SEND A NOTEARRIVAL/DISMISSAL PROCEDURES: A.M. CHANGESCOMMUNICATION: EMAIL/BULLETINS/CONNECT-ED/TWITTER /WEBSITE (GOING GREEN)WALKERS: NEED TO COME TO THE FRONT EACH MORNINGMONEY: IN AN ENVELOPE, WITH STUDENT/TEACHER NAMESIGN UP FOR CONFERENCES OUTSIDE THE APRSHERWOOD SANDY SPRING BANKING COMING SOONCHESS CLUB STARTING TUESDAY, SEPT. 11 3:30-4:30 P.M.DRAMA CLUB STARTING THURSDAY, SEPT. 20 3:30-4:30 P.M.