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1 Welcome to Second Grade!
Hola! Bienvenidos todos! Soy Maestra Nava. En un momento voy a comenzar mi presentación. Voy a presentar la informacion en ingles. Mi presentacion es bastante larga y no voy a tener tiempo esta noche de explicar la informacion a profundo. Pero, le presentacion completa esta disponible en ingles y en espanol en mi sitio de Internet y ustedes son bienvenidos a revisar la informacion cuando tengan un tiempo disponible despues de esta noche. Si no tienen ustedes una computadora, ustedes pueden usar las computadoras de la biblioteca de la ciudad o de la escuela. Hi! Welcome everyone! I am Mrs. Nava. In a moment I am going to begin my presentation. I will present the information in English. My presentation is a bit long and I will not have time tonight to discuss the information in depth. However, this entire presentation is available in both English and Spanish on my classroom website and you are welcome to review the information at your leisure after tonight. If you don’t have a computer, you can use the computers at the public library or the school library. Celeste Nava Valley View Elementary

2 ¡Bienvenidos al segundo grado!
Maestra Nava Valley View Elementary

3 About Me I am a Pleasanton resident and I have one child here in the Dual Immersion Program. This is my seventeenth year teaching (experience in K-3). I have a Master’s of Science in curriculum development. I am National Board Certified. I have a Bilingual (Spanish) Cross-cultural Language and Academic Development certificate. I was honored with the Excellence in Education award from the Pleasanton Unified School District’s PFC in June 2011. I was honored as Teacher of the Month by KKIQ in May, 2007. I was honored in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers for I come from a family of teachers- grandmother, mother My son, Ryan, is bilingual and is a second grade student here at Valley View- I believe deeply in the goals of DI program. I have experience teaching in the Teacher Education Department at CSU East Bay as a part time instructor. I have studied Spanish since I was 10 years old and my work as a learner keeps me connected to the needs of my students. It also allows me to model my own love of learning.

4 Acerca de mi Soy residente de Pleasanton y tengo un hijo.
He enseñado por 17 años y tengo experiencia enseñando kinder, primer, segundo, y tercer grado) Tengo una maestría en ciencia de desarrollo de plan de estudios Tengo un certificado de el consejo nacional de maestros Tengo un certificado bilingüe (español) lenguaje cultural y desarrollo académico Recibí el premio de La excelencia en la educación del PFC del districto escolar de Pleasanton en junio de 2011. Recibí la distinción en Maestra del mes de mayo, 2007 Recibí la distinción en Quien es quien entre los maestros de U.S.A para el ciclo

5 Philosophy I believe that all children can learn and that it is my responsibility to inspire and facilitate this learning process. I believe it is also my responsibility to help children become responsible students with strong work habits.

6 Filosofía Creo que todos los niños/as pueden aprender y que es mi responsabilidad de inspirar y facilitar ese proceso de aprendizaje. Yo creo que también es mi responsabilidad ayudar a los niños ser estudiantes responsables con fuertes hábitos de estudios.

7 The Teacher’s Responsibilities
To ensure that each student meets or exceeds the California Content Standards To identify and employ effective, research-based instructional strategies To implement standards-based, integrated curriculum that fosters children’s self-confidence, creativity, critical-thinking skills, and love of learning To facilitate individually appropriate learning experiences for children with diverse cultural, social, linguistic, and cognitive backgrounds To monitor student progress through regular collection and analysis of standards-aligned assessment data, and modify curriculum to meet changing student needs To create a classroom environment in which each child feels safe and respected To prepare children to be socially responsible citizens through character trait development To maintain strong partnerships with parents, colleagues, and community members To develop my own professional abilities on an ongoing basis All California teachers are expected to meet these goals as part of the California Standards for the Teaching Profession. To be a teacher is not easy, but I feel fortunate to be able to serve children in this very worthwhile and rewarding capacity.

8 Las responsabilidades del maestro
Asegurar de que cada estudiante alcance o sobrepase los estándares de California Identificar y emplear efectivamente estrategías instruccionales basadas en estudios Implementar un plan de estudios que fomente la autoconfidencia del estudiante, creatividad, habilidad de pensamiento crítico, y amor por aprender. Facilitar experiencias individuales y apropiadas de aprendizaje para los estudiantes con antecedentes de diversidad cultural, social y linguística Vigilar el progreso de los estudiantes a través de colección regular y análisis de información apreciativa alineada con los estandáres y modificar el plan de estudios basado en la necesidad del estudiante Crear un medio ambiente en el salón en el cual cada estudiante se sienta seguro y respetado Preparar al estudiante a ser socialmente ciudadano responsable a través de desarrollo de características de carácter Mantener una relación fuerte con los padres, colegas y los miembros de la comunidad Desarrollar mis propias habilidades profesionales día a día

9 The Student’s Responsibilities
To attend class regularly and come prepared To work hard to develop the six positive character traits and make good choices To focus on and stay motivated about learning To be curious seekers of knowledge and independent learners To learn and master the required CA content standards for 2nd grade To be responsible students As you know, the children have been learning these 6 character traits since kindergarten. The classroom rules will be based on these characteristics: 1. I will make good choices, 2. I will show respect to myself and to others, 3. I will focus on learning, and 4. I will solve problems. Please support your child’s development of these characteristics by modeling them yourself and by encouraging your child to use these character traits every day at home and at school. Above all else, I expect my students to do the very best that they can do.

10 Las responsabilidades del estudiante
Asistir regularmente a la clase y venir preparado Trabajar duro para desarrollar las 6 características de carácter positivas y hacer buenas decisiones Enfocarse en el aprendizaje Ser buscadores curiosos de aprendizaje y estudiantes independientes Aprender y sobrepasar los estándares de California para el segundo grado Ser estudiantes responsables

11 Curriculum Curriculum is based on California state standards for language arts, math, social studies, etc. ( The standards describe what students should know and be able to do by the end of the year If you would like more information about the 2nd grade content standards, please refer to the State of California Education web site.

12 El plan de estudios El plan de estudios está basado en las normas del estado de California para lenguaje, matemáticas, ciencias, ciencias sociales, etc. ( Las normas describen lo que los estudiantes deben de haber aprendido al finalizar el año escolar

13 Reading In 2nd grade, your child will improve his/her reading fluency, comprehension, and expression! Here's how: Treasures/ Tosoros reading program (new this year) Guided reading Independent reading Reading comprehension activities Literature Club Thinking strategies (questioning, making connections, inferring/predicting, synthesizing, visualizing, determining importance) Collaborative projects Houghton Mifflin -- whole class, reading strategies, basis for Spanish spelling words, focus on Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and phonics, plus integration through themes Guided Reading -- small group, at students’ instructional level Independent Reading -- book basket, variety of books to choose from and browse, with emphasis on increasing students’ reading fluency.

14 La lectura ¡En segundo grado, su hijo/a mejorará su fluidez, comprensión, y expresión de lectura! Aquí está cómo: El programa Tesoros (nuevo este año) Lectura guiada Lectura independiente Actividades de comprensión de lectura El club de literatura Estrategías de comprensión de lectura (hacer preguntas, hacer conecciones, inferir/predecir, sintetizar, visualizar, determinar importancia) Proyectos colaborativos

15 Take Home Book Bag Program
This is the fourth year that 2nd grade students have had access to this program (thanks to a generous grant from PPIE)! Here's how it works: - Each week, students take home a new Book Bag that is filled with 5 books written in Spanish and 2 books written in English. - Students use these books and the fluency & reading comprehension strategies sheet to practice the reading skills they are learning at school. - Please sign the parent permission slip tonight. (Go over each sheet thoroughly and answer any questions.) (Pass out and collect permission slips TONIGHT.)

16 El programa de prestar libros para la casa
Este es el cuarto año en que los estudiantes de segundo grado han tenido acceso al programa de prestar libros para la casa (gracias a una donación generosa de PPIE)! Aquí está cómo funciona: - Cada semana, los estudiantes traen a casa una nueva bolsa de libros, llena con 5 libros escritos en español y 2 libros escritos en inglés. - Los estudiantes usan los libros y la hoja de estrategías de comprensión y fluidez para practicar las destrezas que están aprendiendo en la escuela. - Por favor fírmenla la hoja de permiso esta noche.

17 Writing In 2nd grade, your child will improve his/her writing skills (grammar, capitalization, punctuation, spelling, & expressiveness)! Here's how: Weekly spelling and vocabulary practice Writers’ workshop Spanish grammar, spelling & phonics English grammar, vocabulary, phonics, spelling & reading - Collaborative projects Writer’s Workshop – guides students through the writing process. There is no assigned English spelling homework. However, there are OPTIONAL English spelling word lists on this website in the Weekly Spelling Lists page (the document is at the bottom of that page after the weekly Spanish spelling lists). The OPTIONAL English spelling word lists come from our exciting English program called Fundations. It is a program that helps students understand spelling patterns, vowel pairs, syllabication, and ways that English words are formed. It is very similar to the Barton program, but includes whole class and small group instruction that is appropriate for the regular classroom. This program will be taught to the children on a daily basis in their English class. We are confident that this year the Fundations program will help the children develop strong English literacy skills including English spelling skills.

18 La escritura ¡En segundo grado, su hijo/a mejorará las destrezas de escritura (gramática, escribir con mayúsculas, puntuación, ortografía)! Aquí está cómo: - Palabras de ortografía cada semana - Taller del escritor - Gramática, ortografía y fonética en español - Gramática, ortografía, vocabulary, lectura, y fonética (inglés) - Proyectos colaborativos

19 Mathematics In 2nd grade, your child will improve his/her math skills (numeric operations, math concepts, and problem solving)! Here's how: Scott Foresman Envision math program Weekly speed drills (+, -, x, /) Educational math games The children should have the addition and subtraction facts through 20 MEMORIZED by the end of 2nd grade. This is actually a 1st grade standard.

20 Las matemáticas ¡En segundo grado, su hijo/a mejorará las destrezas de operaciones numéricas, conceptos de matemáticas y resolución de problemas! Aquí está cómo: El nievo programa “Envision” de Scott Foresman Los examenes de rapidez de los hechos de matemáticas (+, -, x, /) Juegos educativos

21 Science In 2nd grade, your child will improve his/her investigation and experimentation skills in the areas of physical science, life science and earth science! Here's how: Macmillan McGraw-Hill science program Collaborative projects Field experience (TBD) Science fair Weekly science prep taught by a specialist I want to encourage the children to start thinking like scientists!

22 Las ciencias ¡En segundo grado, su hijo/a mejorará las destrezas de experimentar e investigar en las áreas de las tres ramas de ciencias– (ciencias físicas, naturales y de la tierra)! Aquí está cómo: - El programa Macmillan McGraw-Hill - Proyectos colaborativos - Las experiencias de los paseos - La clase especial de ciencias cada semana - La fería de ciencias

23 Social Studies In 2nd grade, your child will improve his/her social studies skills (related to ancestors, notable people, producers and consumers, and government)! Here's how: Scott Foresman social studies program Nonfiction reading and reading comprehension Content vocabulary development Collaborative projects

24 Las ciencias sociales ¡En segundo grado, su hijo/a mejorará las destrezas de ciencias sociales (relacionado a tipos de organización social, personas famosas y situaciones mundiales)! Aquí está cómo: - El programa Scott Foresman - Lectura y comprensión de lectura de libros sin ficción - Desarrollo de vocabulario de ciencias - Proyectos colaborativos

25 Speaking/ Oral Language
In 2nd grade, your child will improve his/her speaking and oral language skills (phrasing, pitch, and modulation)! Here's how: Speeches in Spanish every six weeks Sharing / Discussions Collaborative projects Author’s Chair Students are expected to prepare speeches every other month. The goal is for students to present from memory rather than by reading note cards or a script. Time is allotted weekly (as part of the regular homework) to allow children to prepare for the monthly speech. I plan to prepare student to perform at least one play (in Spanish) this year. I will be paired with Mr. Muniz's class.

26 Hablando/ Lenguaje oral
¡En segundo grado, su hijo/a mejorará las destrezas de hablar y lenguaje oral (frasear, el tono y la modulación)! Aquí está cómo: Las presentaciones en español cada seis semanas Compartir y discusión Proyectos colaborativos La silla del autor

27 Assessment School level – Fall, Winter and Spring
Standards-based report card OARS Assessments District level -- Fall and Spring Reading Assessment Writing sample State level -- Spring STAR test (standardized multiple-choice test in language arts and math) Administering assessments in the beginning of the year gives me a clear picture of each child’s initial level and of what exactly I need to teach each child to help them achieve mastery of the 2nd grade level standards. For example, to be reading on grade level in Spanish, a child is required to answer reading comprehension questions (in Spanish) about what he/she has read (basically, he/she has to retell the story with attention to important details). He/She is also required to read the story with accuracy and appropriate speed or fluency. I use the assessment data to create differentiated learning experiences that will meet the individual needs of each child (for example- grouping, Guided Reading, small groups, project differentiation, etc.). Sign up for parent-teacher conferences tonight! If you have not already done so, please remember to sign up at the end of the presentation. The sign up sheet is on the back table.

28 Evaluación El nivel de la escuela– otoño, invierno, primavera
- El reporte de calificaciones basado en las normas - Examenes de OARS El nivel del distrito escolar– otoño y primavera - Exámen de lectura - Exámen de escritura El nivel del estado de California– primavera - Exámen de la estrella, STAR (un exámen acerca de lenguaje,artes y matemáticas)

29 Friday Weekly Tests Spelling Test
- The children will have spelling words assigned each week. - The emphasis is on spelling skills development and Spanish vocabulary development. Math Speed Test - Students take 1 ½ minute speed tests 1-3 times per week. - All children begin with +5 speed test and advance to the next speed test once they pass. - Emphasis is on facilitating the memorization of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division math facts. Spelling skills, verb conjugations skills, and the ability to memorize math facts are all developmental skills. Each child will learn these skills at a different pace and that is absolutely expected and fine. Our standards-based report card does record your child’s progress in spelling skills development and in math facts memorization skills development. Spanish verb conjugating is a very important skill for all Dual Immersion students to be exposed to and to develop. Keep in mind that our goal is for the Dual Immersion students to become bilingual and biliterate. Last year, the DI teachers developed a K-5 plan for Spanish verb conjugations instruction and at this summer's DI Institute, the teachers modified the plan slightly. Basically, each grade level is responsible for exposing the children to Spanish verb conjugations in different tenses (present, past, future, etc.). At certain grade levels (and after having 2 years of exposure and practice), we expect these skills to be mastered. Generally, we focus on regular verb conjugation, but we are also targeting certain irregular verbs that are commonly used and that the children will need in order to become bilingual and biliterate readers, writers and speakers. First graders were specifically exposed to the present tense regular verb conjugations, as well as the present tense verb conjugation for 5 commonly used irregular verbs (irregular verbs include to go, to be, to go, to have and to know). In 2nd grade, students will review the present tense verb conjugations and by the end of 2nd grade, the students will be expected to master conjugating present tense regular verbs as well as a total of 6 irregular verbs in the present tense (the 5 from first grade plus one new one, the verb “to do”). The children will be exposed to the preterit (past) tense verb conjugations and be given ample opportunities to practice this new skill. This skill will then be reviewed in 3rd grade and we expect that by the end of 3rd grade, the children will master this skill.

30 Examenes semanales del viernes
El exámen de ortografía - Los estudiantes tendrán palabras de ortografía cada semana. - El énfasis será en el desarrollo de hablidades de ortografía y de vocabulario en español. El exámen de rapidez de hechos de matemáticas - Los estudiantes tomarán un exámen de un minuto y medio 1-3 veces cada semana. - Todos empezarán en el exámen de +5 y avanzarán al próximo exámen cuando pasen. - El énfasis será en ayudar a los estudiantes a aprender de memoria los hechos de suma, resta, multiplicaciόn y divisiόn.

31 Special Activities Music with a music specialist every week
P.E. from a PE specialist twice per week (Please make sure that your child wears sneakers -athletic shoes- on P.E. class days, Thursday and Friday.) Science Lab with a science specialist once per week Computer Lab once per week Library every week (2 books may be checked out; one should be in Spanish and one in English.) The children’s educational program is enriched by these special activities.

32 Actividades especiales
Música con un especialista cada semana Educación física con un especialista dos veces cada semana (por favor, es importante que los estudiantes traigan zapatos atléticos en los días que tienen educación física, jueves y viernes) El laboratorio de ciencias con un especialista cada semana El laboratorio de computadoras cada semana La biblioteca cada semana (los estudiantes pueden tomar prestado 3 libros- 1 escrito en español, 1 escrito en inglés, y el tercer libro puede ser escrito en cualquier idioma)

33 Grading Policy/ Ways to Stay Informed About Your Child’s Progress
Most class work is checked for completion and accuracy by me or by a peer, and should be reviewed by parents at home. Tests are based on points and converted into percents. All report cards will be standards-based. Progress reports will be sent home as needed. Homework should be checked together with your child at home before it is turned in on Friday. Some class work will be corrected in class by the children (they will trade papers). At the end of each chapter of the math book, your child will take an end of the chapter test. I will keep the test itself in my assessment files at school, but I will send home a Math Assessment Update so you will know how your child performed and what skills he/she still needs to develop. You are always welcome to stop by the classroom to see the actual test. Homework Folders should be kept organized to facilitate faster check in. Please (1) remind your child to write his/her name on each page of homework, (2) put all math homework pages in numerical order and staple those pages together. Please staple all extra credit papers together. (3) staple together the reading log and spelling practice test (unless it is already back to back), and keep any other papers at home, besides homework that is being turned in. Thank you! 

34 Póliza de calificar/ Como pueden saber acerca del progreso de su hijo/a
La mayoría de los trabajos diarios del salón serán corregidos por un compañero, pero es una buena idea corregirlos también en casa con su hijo/a. Los examenes serán basados en puntos y algunas veces recibirán un porciento. Los reportes de calificaciones están basados en las normas del estado de California. Reportes de progreso serán enviados a casa si es necesario. La tarea semanal deberá de ser corregida en casa antes de devolverla a la maestra el viernes.

35 Character Education/ Community Building
In 2nd grade, your child will further develop the 6 character traits (responsibility, compassion, self-discipline, honesty, respect, and integrity)! Here's how: Community building Classroom incentives Caught Ya slips, Bravo tickets and monthly awards Soul Shoppe Responsibility building Collaborative projects One of my goals as a teacher is to optimize learning by making sure each child feels happy and safe. I spend a lot of time building community and helping children develop the character traits will serve to help me meet these important goals. Valley View is committed to educating whole child, not just the mind. Character education taken seriously in Pleasanton –it’s a community effort!

36 Educación de cáracter/ El desarrollo de comunidad
¡En segundo grado, su hijo/a desarrollará las seis características de carácter (responsabilidad, compasión, auto-disciplina, honestidad, respeto e integridad)! Aquí está cómo: El desarrollo de comunidad en el salón Los incentivos del salón Los premios de comportamiento Soul Shoppe El desaroollo de responsabilidad en el salón Proyectos colaborativos

37 Discipline Plan Character trait development Community building
Classroom routines and procedures (i.e., consistency) Soul Shoppe (conflict resolution skills) Marble jar incentive (whole class incentive) Table points incentive (small group incentive) Classroom money (individual incentive) Tangible rewards (certificates, stickers, prizes) “Card” system (green= excellent, yellow= the student made a bad choice after a warning, orange= the student made a 2nd bad choice after receiving two warnings, and red= the student made a 3rd bad choice after receiving three warnings OR the bad choice was severe– expect an in this case) Behavior Report (this will be sent home for a signature if your child made a bad choice during the week) I use a variety of positive incentives to encourage students to make good choices.

38 El plan de disciplina Desarrollo de las características de carácter
Desarrollo de comunidad en el salón La consistencia de rutinas y procedimientos del salón Soul Shoppe El incentivo del tarro de canicas (para toda la clase) Los puntos de mesa (para grupos pequeños) El dinero del salón (para estudiantes individuales) Los premios (certificados, calcomanías, jugetes, etc.) El sistema del cartas (verde= excelente, amarillo= hizo una mala decición después de un aviso, anaranjado= hizo una secunda mala decición después de dos avisos, y rojo= hizo una tercera mala decisión después de tres avisos O la mala decisión fue muy grave) Reporte de comportamiento (voy a enviar un reporte solaemte a las personas que no tomaron buenas decisiones durante la semana. Estas personas tienen que agarrar la firma de un padre y devolver el reporte a mi.)

39 Disciplinary Action I prefer to handle minor discipline issues within the classroom. However, it is my professional responsibility to involve you (the parents) and Mr. Cruz (the administration) should serious discipline issues arise. The following are some examples: Sexual harassment Physical altercations Verbal abuse (ie, the use of profanity or derogatory words) Bullying

40 Acción disciplinaria Yo prefiero resolver los problemas de minor importancia adentro del salón. Pero, es mi responsabilidad profesional implicar Ustedes (los padres) y Sr. Cruz (el director) si el problema es muy grave. Lo siguiente son algunos ejemplos: Acoso sexual Altercados fisicos Abuso verbal (uso de la blasfemia o de palabras despectivas) El tiranizar

41 Homework Daily homework assignments are listed inside of your child’s Homework Folder and on the website under Homework. Daily math homework is listed on the classroom website and is usually found in the homework workbook (practice/re-teaching sheets) that I gave to each family at Back to School Night. Homework folders are sent home every Friday and must be returned the following Friday with completed homework inside. The students will spend minutes doing homework each night (Monday- Thursday), in accordance with the PUSD Board of Education Homework Policy. Take Home Book Bags are sent home and must be returned every Friday (complete with 5 Spanish books, 2 English books, and the red Reading Tips sheet inside). The materials for the new math program are not available yet, so the district has made photocopies. When the bound version of the homework practice/re-teaching workbook is available, this will be sent home to be used for weekly homework. Keep in mind that the nightly independent reading can be your child reading to him/herself, your child reading to you or you reading to your child- try to use a balance of the three. Please SIGN the parent permission slip tonight before you leave (red) in order to give permission for your child to take home a Take Home Book Bag. Please return Homework in an organized manner. This will help the Parent Volunteer who will be helping me to check in the homework. All papers should have your child’s name. All math homework pages should be put in numerical order and stapled together. The writing (sentences), the Reading Record, and the practice spelling test sheets should NOT be stapled. All extra credit should be stapled together as a set. Keep all papers that will not be turned in for Homework out of the folder and please clean out the folder weekly.

42 La tarea La tarea diaria está adentro de la carpeta de tarea y en el sitio de web. La lista de tarea diaria de matemáticas está en el website también y normalmente los trabajos serán del cuaderno de tarea (prácica/ re-enseñar) que di a cada familia en la noche de regreso a la escuela. Enviaré la carpeta de tarea a casa cada viernes y su hijo/a debe de devolver la carpeta el siguiente viernes con toda la tarea completa adentro. Su hijo/a hará minutos de tarea cada noche (lunes-jueves), de acuerdo con la póliza de tarea del la junta de educación del distrito escolar de Pleasanton Enviaré a casa la bolsa de libros prestados cada viernes y su hijo/a debe devolver la bolsa completa el siguiente viernes (con los 5 libros escritos en español, los 2 libros escritos en inglés y la hoja roja de sugerencias para practicar fluidez y comprensión de lectura).

43 Homework Hints For Parents
Allow children to have some free time before sitting down to do homework. After a long day at school, kids need to have some down time to unwind! Divide homework time into two shorter sessions instead of one long session. Homework is intended for children to complete independently. Encourage independence by helping your child set up a quiet place to do homework. Check in periodically during homework time to show your support but give your child space! If your child needs help with homework, go over the directions and do an example together. I don't suggest getting in the habit of volunteering to help with homework. Wait to be asked for help. Establish a school box at home into which the child puts all materials that need to go to school. Make a homework supply kit which will include pencils, erasers, pens, crayons, colored pencils, paper, scissors, glue sticks, staplers and other necessary school supplies.

44 Sugerencias para padres acerca de la tarea
Permitan a su hijo/a el tener un poco de tiempo libre antes de comenzar la tarea. Después de un día largo en la escuela, necesitarán un poco de tiempo para relajarse. Dividan la tarea en dos sesiones más cortas en lugar de una sesión larga. La tarea está intentada para que los niños la terminen independientemente. Fomenten la independencia de su hijo/al ayudarle a establecer un lugar quieto donde pueda hacer la tarea. Regresen de vez en cuando para demostrar su apoyo, pero denle su espacio. Si su hijo/a necesita ayuda con la tarea, lean las instrucciones juntos y hagan un ejemplo juntos. Les sugiero que no se acostumbren a ofrecerse de voluntarios para ayudar con la tarea. En su lugar, esperen hasta que su hijo/a pida ayuda. Estableza una caja especial donde su hijo/a pueden poner sus materiales para tarea y las cosas que debe de traer a la escuela. Tengan en la casa una cartera de herramientas para la tarea que puede incluir lápices, tijeras, borradoes, papel, crayones, pegamiento, etc.)

45 Classroom Website
The classroom website can be accessed through Valley View’s main web site. This presentation, as well as the homework assignments and resources, are available on the classroom website. You will also find FAQ’s, useful links, speech assignments, weekly and yearly schedules, etc.

46 El website del salón
El website del salón está accesible a través del website principal de Valley View. Esta presentación y también la tarea y los recursos de la tarea, están incluidos en el website del salón. También encontrarán preguntas comunes, enlaces útiles, asignaciones de las presentaciones mensuales, horarios semanales y anuales, etc.

47 Absences/ Unfinished Class Work
Please make every attempt to send your child to school regularly. If your child is absent, it is his/her responsibility to make up any missed assignments. Class work assigned has educational value and is designed to help your child meet the grade level standards. Therefore, if your child has not completed the week’s class work, it is his/her responsibility to complete it over the weekend and return it by the following Monday. Your child is responsible for completing and returning missed and incomplete assignments promptly.

48 Faltas (ausencias)/ Trabajo incompleto
Por favor haga todo lo posible de mandar a su hijo/a regularmente a la escuela. Si su hijo/a falta a la escuela, es la responsabilidad de su hijo/a hacer los trabajos que él/ella no hizo el día que faltó. Trabajos del salón tienen valor educacional y le ayudan a su hijo/a alcanzar las normas (metas) para el segundo grado. Por tanto, si su hiho/a no termine los trabajos del salón de la semana, es su responsabilidad terminarlos durante el fin de semana y devolverlos por el siguiente lunes. Su hijo/a es responsable de hacer y regresar las tareas y/o trabajos que no hizo o que no completo con puntualidad.

49 Supporting Your Child Show an interest in what your child is learning at school by facilitating completion of homework. Model your own love of learning and how much you value education. Give your child as much encouragement and praise as possible. Tell your child often that you believe in him/her. Volunteer to help the teacher/ the school (sign up tonight!). There is a Parent Volunteer Sign-up sheet on the back table. Please consider serving as a volunteer in whatever way(s) you are able. I especially need 4 parents to help with Homework+ on Friday mornings, 1 parent to help with Wednesday envelopes on Wednesday morning, at least 1 Room Parent to help organize parties. There are many other important volunteer jobs you can do to help the classroom.

50 Como pueden apoyar a su hijo/a
Demuestren un interés en lo que su hijo/a está aprendiendo en la escuela para facilitar la realización de la tarea. Muestren a su hijo/a su proprio amor para el aprendizaje y el valor que ustedes tienen para la educación. Digan a su hijo/a frecuentemente que ustedes creen en él/ella. Ofrescanse como voluntarios para ayudar en el salón y en la escuela (pueden firmar el contrato esta noche). I welcome and value my parent volunteers. Please be advised, however, that all volunteers must cleared as volunteers before they will be allowed to come into the classroom. Plus, all Dual Immersion teachers have decided not to allow English only speaking volunteers into the classroom to work with the children during their Spanish time. Please understand that the goal is to maintain the integrity of the DI program and to remain true to keeping the children immersed in Spanish for 80% of their school day. There are many other ways that parent volunteers can be involved and I wholeheartedly welcome your participation! Yo valoro y agradezco a mis padres voluntarios. Les notifico que antes de ser voluntarios tienen que ser clarificados como voluntarios antes de que se les permita entrar al salόn. Además todos los maestros del programa de dual inmersiόn acordaron en no permitir padres voluntarios que solamente hablan inglés para ayudar a los alumnos en el tiempo que los alumnos tienen clases en español; por favor entiendan que el objetivo es tratar de mantener la integridad de el programa de dual inmersiόn lo más completo posible de mantener a los alumnos inmersos en español 80% del tiempo en la escuela.

51 Education is a Partnership
Parent Child Teacher When we, child, parent and teacher, are all working our hardest toward the same goal, the child will be successful. I would like to get to know your family better in order to best meet your child’s needs. Please fill out the Information sheet that is on the back table and leave it in the yellow box before you leave tonight. Thank you!

52 La enseñanza es una asociación
Padres Niño/a Maestro/a

53 Nuts and Bolts Schedules
The weekly and yearly schedules are posted on the classroom web site. Food Your child should bring a healthy snack to school for recess if he/she will be hungry before lunch at 11:35. If your child will be buying lunch, he/she must memorize his/her lunch number. Food should not be brought to celebrate your child’s birthday. Only healthy food is allowed at school parties. Ways to Support the Classroom Volunteer Voluntary classroom donation $50 PFC, SCRIP, Box Tops Snacks, Drinks: water bottle, small nutritious snack, facilities at recess I hope that you choose to make a classroom donation –which will go to pay for hands on science, classroom library books and materials, classroom incentives, some field trip expenses, etc. See me if this is a problem.

54 Otras cosas importantes
Horarios - El horario semanal y el horario anual están en el website del salón. Comida - Su hijo/a debe traer un bocadillo para el recreo en caso de que tengan hambre antes de almuerzo a las 11:35. - Si su hijo/a comerá almuerzo de la cafeteria, tiene que memorizar su número de almuerzo. - Solamente comida saludable está bien en la escuela. Las maneras para ayudar al salón - Firmen el contrato para ser un voluntario del salón - Hagan una donación voluntaria al salón TBD - PFC, SCRIP, Box Tops

55 Ways to Contact Me This is the best & fastest way to contact me as I check at least twice daily. Schedule a meeting with me (please give me as much advance notice as possible). Feel free to send written notes to me with your child any day. Please do not leave voic messages. I will be sending home a weekly classroom announcements each week. I will respond to s within 24 hours, usually much sooner. Please do NOT leave voic messages as I will not be checking my voic often.

56 Maneras para comunicar con la maestra
-Es la mejor y más rápida manera para comunicarse conmigo. Chequeo mi varias veces durante el día. Pidan una cita conmigo (con tiempo, por favor) Sientanse libre de enviarme notas con su hijo/a. Por favor no dejen mensajes de voic para mi porque casi nunca lo chequeo.

57 I am looking forward to a wonderful year! Thank you for coming.
I will spend 5-10 minutes answering any questions you might have. Please do not forget to visit the back tables as there are several papers to complete, things to take with you, and things to sign up for. Please don't forget the take a packet of math worksheets with you. This is very important, as the math homework assignments will come from this packet/workbook (you will remove the assigned/completed pages and return them in your child's homework folder each Friday). The math homework assignments are on the classroom website. Please sign the sign-in sheet, sign up for a Parent Teacher Conference, complete the Information Sheet, and sign a Take Home Book permission slip. For those parents who plan to volunteer on field trips or at school, there are also volunteer clearance forms on the back table that you can take, complete and return to Nancy Rae in the front office (please do this right away and remember, the forms need to be completed each school year). Hopefully you found the surprise letter that your child left for you. I’ve provided a sheet of stationery that you are welcome to use to write back to your child.

58 ¡Espero que tengamos un año maravilloso!
Gracias por venir.

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