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Open house 2013:

Open house 2013 Harriman Elementary School

About me..:

About me.. 2013 Graduate of Tennessee Tech University Majored in Multi-disciplinary studies and Exercise Science. Married to Allison, who also graduated from TTU. 2 children- Lauren, 7 and Braylon, 2. Enjoy all sports, especially football and basketball. HUGE! Tennessee fan!! Coach high school basketball at Harriman High School Love working with children.

Events for upcoming year…:

Events for upcoming year… See your child’s classroom- 1 st day of school. Parent/Teacher conference- 1 st day of school Parent observation day September 1 st , 2013. Fall Festival with food and games October 15 th , 2013. Book Fair November 12 th , 2013 Class Thanksgiving lunch (parents welcome) November 20 th ,2013 Fitness day- Last Thursday of every month.

Daily schedule:

Daily schedule 1 st block: Reading (8:30-9:45) 2 nd block: Computer Education (9:50- 10:45) Lunch: (10:50- 11:25) 3 rd block: Writing (11:30- 12:25) 4 th block: PE/Gym (12:30-1:00) 5 th block: Math (1:05-2:00) Planning: 2:00- 3:15

Procedures, routines, and subjects…:

Procedures, routines, and subjects… "Routines are the backbone of daily classroom life. They facilitate teaching and learning…. Routines don’t just make your life easier, they save valuable classroom time. And what’s most important, efficient routines make it easier for students to learn and achieve more."

Procedures, routines, and subjects…:

Procedures, routines, and subjects… Arriving in the morning As children start trickling into the classroom, they need to know exactly what to do. What should they do with their homework? Where should they put their book bags? Where do their coats and other materials belong? What should they do while they wait for the rest of the class to arrive? When does class actually start? When kids know the answers to these questions, they can move smoothly through the morning routine and get straight into learning. Attendance and schedules After the bustle of putting away book bags, coats, and homework, taking attendance and discussing the schedule will help bring students together and build community in the classroom. Throughout the day Students move through many activities during the course of a typical day, from whole-group lessons to small-group work, from reading time to math time, from in-class work to specials outside the classroom. It’s important to plan for these in-between times just as carefully as you plan your lessons. With predictable routines in place, students can move smoothly from one activity to the next without losing learning time. As your child’s teacher, I will help with transition times and keeping track of students as they leave the classroom for various reasons during the day.

Assessment:

Assessment Standardized Assessment Almost every school district now administers state-mandated standardized tests. Every student is required to take the same test. Everything about the test is standard -- from the questions themselves, to the length of time students have to complete it (although some exceptions may be made for students with learning or physical disabilities), to the time of year in which the test is taken.

Behavior Plan:

Behavior Plan Every day your child will be able to earn rewards through our behavior plan depending on certain aspects of their behavior. As with any reward system, there are also consequences. Please encourage your child to do their best and to be on their best behavior. Our Behavior plan rewards and consequences are based on completing tasks, completing assigned homework and in-class work and their general behavior as well. Rewards include line leaders, stickers, pencils, erasers, books, extra credit, etc. Consequences include verbal warnings, teacher/student calls home, change seats, move away from peers, and referral to an IEP team.

Parent Questions?:

Parent Questions?

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