1. Follow Directions Quickly
2. Raise your hand for permission to speak
3. Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat
4. Make smart choices
5. Keep our learning community happy
SCHOOL ROAR EXPECTATIONS
R - Respect Myself and Others
O - Own My Choices
A - Act Safely
R - Ready to Learn
This year Class Dojo will be used by both teachers to track student behavior choices and share photos and messages. This will allow students to track and be rewarded for their positive choices. It will also be a place where parents/guardians can be kept updated on what’s going on in the classrooms.
How will points work? Students will have the opportunity to earn a point for each time block of the day. (ex: Math, ELA, Specials, Lunch)This point will be positive or negative based on the student’s choices in following school/classroom expectations during that block of time.
What are ROAR points? Students will be able to earn extra positive points throughout the day as well. These points are called ROAR points and are awarded to students who go above and beyond to meet the school wide R.O.A.R. expectations.
Massages and Pictures: This is one way that we can keep parents/guardians informed and engaged in what is going on in the classrooms. Look for reminders,updates, and fun photos of class activities in the Dojo Class App.
HELPFUL DOCUMENTS FOR AT HOME LEARNING
Extra at home practice will be assigned through Microsoft Teams. This practice is optional and not entered into the gradebook.
GetEpic.com - Digital Library (includes AR and popular series) Mrs. Miller's Class Code: ncq5072
IntoTheBook - Into the Book is a reading comprehension site that focuses on reading strategies teachers work on every day. Get practice using prior knowledge, making connections, questioning, visualizing, inferring, summarizing, evaluating and synthesizing. (Free, Grades K-6)
- To log in all you do is enter your name. You will get a "Key" or a code name. Use that key code to access the account anytime you want to.
ReadWriteThink - readwritethink has activities, games, tips, recommendations, and more for literacy. (Free, grades K-12)