East Range II School Report
December 5, 2016
Students are continuing to receive added instruction/experience with various elements that are needed to help them be successful in reading and mathematics. With the help of our literacy specialist, we have adjusted our groups to better serve our students. WIN time has been extended to thirty (30) minutes per day.WIN time is an integral part of RTI (response to intervention) for our students.
Brittany Arbo, literacy specialist, is scheduled to be at our school on Wednesday, December 14. She will continue to help with the collecting and analysis of our student data, this allows our staff to make the appropriate changes to better serve our students.
Our ultimate goal has been and continues to be to better serve our students’ needs so that they may be successful and become life long learners.
School Wide Title I (Priority School)
Al Pfeiffer, our state coach, will be visiting our school sometime during the month of December to guide us in our work on improving on the ever changing comprehensive plan. We will be reviewing and adding indicators using the wise ways to help us reach our goal of improving student gains. To view our complete comprehensive plan (a work in progress), you may visit http://www.indistar.org (Dirigostar) and sign in with S14410, password S14410.
Reading at Home
“Read at Home” challenge continues!! Students in grades 1-8 are encouraged to read to a parent, sibling, or caregiver for a minimum of twenty (20) minutes per day. The students may read a book on their reading level, a textbook, magazine article, newspaper, etc. Students will be keeping a log of their daily reading, for every one hundred (100) minute increments students will receive a small reward. As the students bring in their completed logs indicating 100 minutes of reading, they will receive their small prize. On December 22, first (1st), second (2nd), and third (3rd) places prizes will be awarded to the students who have read the most.
ELA, Mathematics, and Science
The teams are having their first game in Medway today. Go Teams!!
I am extremely proud of all our students, staff and school environment. We have people that go above and beyond everyday!
Donna M. Gagnon
East Range II Principal