C11 Super Citizen Schedule for 2012-2013
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.
We welcome volunteers who help our teachers and staff elevate opportunities for students. Please review the following processes.
Monday, December 4 - Friday, December 8, 2017
B-6 Parents and Students:
Be sure to look through your student’s white envelope! This week there are several flyers and student work samples. Graded items include: Social Studies Chapter 5 test, Module 5 Math assessment, and the Selection Test for “The Stranger”.
Thank you to those who attended Tuesday’s Gold Rush meeting and to those who have already stepped up to help! We are still in need of several chairman positions; please consider if you (or you and a friend) would be willing to take one of these:
1. Event Chair (need one more co-chair)
2. Set Up/Tear Down
3. Assay Office
6. Asian Experience
7. Mining Camp
An email was sent earlier in the week to all fourth grade classes, with detailed descriptions of these jobs. If you need more information before you commit, let me know and I can give you a feel for how much time these positions involve.
This week’s agenda included:Math
Students completed Origo Module 5, and began Module 6.Writing
Students continued a research project on a California Mission; concentration was on research, taking effective notes, and integrating ideas from multiple sources.Literature
Students continued “Hatchet”. Focus is Text Structure: identify problem/solution & cause/effect, compare/contrast ideas, and sequencing.Social Studies
Students began Chapter 6, Mexican California.
Agenda for Monday, December 11 - Friday, December 15:Math
Students will continue Origo unit 6.Literature
Students will continue “Hatchet”. Focus is Text Structure: identify problem/solution & cause/effect, compare/contrast ideas, and sequencing.Writing
Students will continue a research project on a California Mission; emphasis will be completing notes, integrating ideas, and beginning to organize paragraphs.Social Studies
Students will complete Chapter 6, Mexican California; test is Thursday, December 14.Reminders and Looking Ahead:
New Year’s Break, December 25 - January 8 (Student’s first day back is Tuesday, January 9)
Graystone’s Santa Clara County Science Olympiad Team
Ethan C 5th grade & Abhay D 4th grade won the 4th place for school team at the “41st Annual CalChess Scholastic State Championship” at Santa Clara convention center.