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Each school in San José Unified annually develops a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). This plan includes the academic goals the school will be working on during the year and shows how the school will be using the funds allocated to the site.
The SPSA is written with the help of the School Site Council, which then approves the final document and forwards it to the Board of Education for their approval.
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Monday, December 3, 2018 - Friday, December 7, 2018
B-6 Parents and Students:
Be sure to look through your student’s white envelope! Inside you will find student work samples, the Module 5 math assessment, and several informational flyers.
Homework for students for the next two weeks has changed; hopefully all of you are aware! Students have been assigned a Heritage/Holiday/Tradition research project. This is to be completed at home; it replaces nightly reading/writing homework, so it should not be any additional minutes of study. Each student has selected his tradition, holiday, or heritage to research, and they have the instruction page and access to the slideshow on Google Classroom. If you have questions, ask your student first, then ask me!
This coming week will be the last week for our student teacher, Mr. Solorio. The students have enjoyed getting to know him, and have benefitted from having two teachers here for most of the day.
This week’s agenda included:Math
Students began Module 6, this module continues work with multiplication strategies, standard measurements, and angles.Literature
Students continued “Island of the Blue Dolphins”, emphasis is identifying and using text structures to explain and understand the text.Writing
Students continued an informational report on a California Mission. Reports will include use of text structures: description, compare/contrast, cause/effect, problem/solution, and sequential.Science
Students began Chapter 6, Rocks & Minerals.
Agenda for Monday, December 10 - Friday, December 14, 2018:Math
Students will continue Module 6, this module continues work with multiplication strategies, standard measurements, and angles.Literature
Students will complete “Island of the Blue Dolphins”, emphasis is identifying and using text structures to explain and understand the text.Writing
Students will complete an informational report on a California Mission. Reports will include use of text structures: description, compare/contrast, cause/effect, problem/solution, and sequential.Science
Students will complete Chapter 6, Rocks & Minerals; test is Monday, 12/17; science lab is this Wednesday, 12/14.Reminders and Looking Ahead:
BioSITE Walking Field Trip, Friday 12/14, 1:00-2:50
New Year’s Break: No school 12/24-1/7 (student’s first day back is Tuesday, 1/8)