• The following is a breakdown of how your child will be graded for each of the nine weeks this year. For your child to be considered on grade level they need to be able to do the following in each subject area:  

     

    Math

    • 1st Nine Weeks- Count to 25 by 1s; Count to 20 by 10s; Write numbers to 5; Identify 4 out of 6 2d shapes
    • 2nd Nine Weeks- Count to 50 by 1s and 10s; Write numbers to 10; identify all 6 out of 6 2d shapes; Understand concepts of addition and subtraction (put together/take away)
    • 3rd Nine Weeks- Count to 75 by 1s; Count to 70 by 10s; Write numbers to 15; Identify all 2-D shapes; Identify 3-D shapes (2 out of 4); Solve addition and subtraction word problems within 10
    • 4th Nine Weeks- Count to 100 by 1s & 10s; Write numbers to 20; Identify all 2D and 3D shapes; Fluently add and subtract within 10; Compose and Decompose numbers 11-19 into tens and ones

     

    Reading

    • 1st Nine Weeks- Be reading RB (reading behaviors) or higher
    • 2nd Nine Weeks- Be reading a Level A or higher
    • 3rd Nine Weeks- Be reading a Level B or higher
    • 4th Nine Weeks- Be reading a Level C or D or higher

     

    Word Study

    • 1st Nine Weeks-  Recognize at least 15 uppercase & lowercase letters; Be able to make the sound for at least 15 letters; Recognize 10 sight words; Score at least a 20 on the First Sound Fluency Dibels Assessment
    • 2nd Nine Weeks- Recognize all 26 uppercase & lowercase letters; Be able to make the sound for all 26 letters; Recognize at least 20 sight words; Score at least a 30 on the First Sound Fluency Dibels Assessment; Score at least a 20 on the Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Dibels Assessment; Score at least a 17 on the Non-Sense Word Fluency Dibels Assessment
    • 3rd Nine Weeks- Recognize all 26 uppercase & lowercase letters and give their sounds; Recognize at least 40 sight words; Score at least a 30 on the Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Dibels Assessment; Score at least a 24 on the Non-Sense Word Fluency Dibels Assessment
    • 4th Nine Weeks- Recognize all 26 uppercase & lowercase letters and give their sounds; Recognize at least 50 sight words; Score at least a 40 on the Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Dibels Assessment; Score at least a 28 on the Non-Sense Word Fluency Dibels Assessment

     

    Writing

    •  1st Nine Weeks- Write their name correctly; Score in the pre-writing stage (draw a picture). Students will create a narrative writing piece.
    • 2nd Nine Weeks- Write their name correctly; Score in the Early Emergent stage (draw a picture and label parts of it). Students will create an informational writing piece.
    • 3rd Nine Weeks- Write their name correctly; Score in the Early Emergent Stage (draw a picture and label parts of it). Students will write an opinion piece.
    • 4th Nine Weeks- Write their name correctly; Score in the Emergent Stage (draw a picture and write at least 2 sentences using capital letters and punctuation). Students will create a narrative writing piece.

     

    Social Studies

    • 1st Nine Weeks- Students will be able to show good citizenship and follow rules and procedures.
    • 2nd Nine Weeks- Students will be able to explain how people change over time and explain about wants and needs.
    • 3rd Nine Weeks- Students will be able to use maps and globes. Students will be able to identify physical features.
    • 4th Nine Weeks- Students will be able to explain the elements of culture (how people speak, how people dress, foods they eat, etc.).

     

    Science

    • 1st Nine Weeks- Students will be able to identify forces and motion and use positional words. Students will be able to classify objects by observable physical properties (including size, color, shape, texture, weight and flexibility).
    • 2nd Nine Weeks- Students will be able to summarize daily weather conditions noting changes that occur from day to day.
    • 3rd Nine Weeks- Compare characteristics of animals that make them alike and different from other animals and nonliving things.
    • 4th Nine Weeks- Compare characteristics of living and nonliving things in terms of their: Structure, growth, changes, movement, and basic needs.

     

    Behavior: For your child to have Satisfactory behavior, they will need to follow all school and classroom rules. If they are having trouble following a rule, then they will be marked as N for Needs Improvement and a comment will be written on the report card or Interim Report.