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Welcome to my web page here at Forest Park Elementary school. This site has been designed specifically for my students and their parents/guardians. Class activities, important reminders, notes and classroom assignments can be found at this site. I hope you find this page helpful and fun.
I have HIGH EXPECTATIONS in my class. Please make sure your children understand they are in school to learn but to also have fun doing it! I expect RESPONSIBILITY AND RESPECT from each child!
The Homework page is always subject to change due to changes in class/school schedules. Your child's agenda should always be correct.
College(s) Attended/Degrees Earned:
Queens University- M.A.T. (Master of Arts in Teaching)- 2001
Appalachian State University- B.S.B.A (Bachelor of Science Business Administration)-1977
The spiritual, social, emotional, intellectual and physical growth of each child is dependent upon an educational system that is willing to accept them as unique beings, with different rates and patterns of growth. It is my responsibility to lead each student in becoming a more complete individual. My personal and professional goal is to guide students in making positive choices while learning and growing from the consequences that result from their own decisions. If students are given opportunities and choices regarding their education as well as their behavior, they will gain an understanding of their importance of their role in school and society. I hope to allow each child to advance their ability in every aspect of education while fostering their sense of self-worth and accomplishments.
These are the curriculum areas your child will be working on in class this month:
Research Biographies; Writing Research Report; Writing notes for report; Creating Biography Poster; Present at Living Museum
Fractions, Fractions and More Fractions
What is Matter?
Lunch time: 11:49 (Come join us anytime!)
Information on New Grading System
Kannapolis City Schools began using a standards-based report card two years ago. The standards-based report card gives us a tool to accurately communicate to parents and guardians the progress their child is making on learning the standards in third grade.
Because of the change in this reporting you will see a difference in grading on work completed in class by your child and which is also sent home for your weekly review. Instead of the normal letter grades you are accustomed to seeing (A,B,C,D and F), you will notice that work that will be coded with the following standards:
Measures of Progress
E = Exceeds quarterly grade level expectations on concepts and skills consistently.
M = Meets quarterly grade level expectations on concepts and skills consistently.
P = Progressing towards grade level understanding of quarterly concepts and skills with
L = Limited progress on quarterly concepts and skills.
These measures of progress will be recorded on the student’s Quarterly Progress Report and Quarterly Report Card. If you would like more information about the changes you can go to the following KCS website: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=935174 .
If you have any questions please call me at (704) 932-8121 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.