1 Frank A. Berry School Open House September 8, 2015
3 Frank A. Berry Mission Work Hard, Be Kind and Stay Safe
4 Frank A. Berry School Compact Available on the BPS website
5 Vision Statement All students at Frank A. Berry School will demonstrate proficiency in reading, writing, and mathematics as they are engaged in purposeful work that is differentiated and challenging. We will strive to build every student s ability to think critically and creatively, as students will be involved in collaborative experiences where they will be expected to communicate effectively, question ideas, and discover new perspectives. Students will learn to persevere through challenges and reflect on their learning. Respect, responsibility, and kindness will be cornerstones of all we do, as we strive to excel academically, and continue to grow socially and emotionally.
6 TONIGHT S PURPOSE Familiarize families with the school, your child s classrooms, curricular expectations, and routines Answer your questions regarding your child s education
7 Our Primary Purpose is to Improve Student Achievement
8 DISTRICT GOALS Goal #1: To utilize research based intervention models to close achievement gaps. Goal #2: To provide systematic and sustained opportunities for authentic STEM experiences so that students can develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, as well as to expose and engage all students in potential college and career pathways. Goal #3: To expand opportunities for personalized learning, K-12. Goal #4: To ensure all students have an environment which is conducive to 21 st century learning. Goal #5: Establish a comprehensive human capital management system, which enables us to attract, develop, and retain the exceptional educators critical to delivering 21st century learning experiences.
9 School Goals and Connection to the Common Core The Common Core State Standards will help students achieve at high levels and help them learn what they need to know to get to graduation and beyond. The district will be providing opportunities for you to learn more about the CCSS throughout the year.
10 BERRY SCHOOL Has 3 School GOALS
11 School Goals and Connection to the Common Core The Common Core State Standards will help students achieve at high levels and help them learn what they need to know to get to graduation and beyond. The Common Core is not our curriculum. Bethel Public School s Curriculum is aligned to the Common Core Standards. Our School Goals are connected to the Common Core State Standards. The district will be providing opportunities for you to learn more about the CCSS throughout the year.
12 BERRY SCHOOL GOAL #1 To increase reading comprehension across the grades through differentiated instruction and implementation of a comprehensive system for tiered intervention (SRBI).
13 BERRY SCHOOL GOAL #1 School: Use research based instructional strategies Know, understand, and meet the needs of diverse learners Maintain a structure for intervention Use assessment to consistently guide instruction and monitor its effectiveness Home: Maintain communication with classroom teacher Make time at home to implement teacher recommendations Ensure Lexia (so valuable!), Raz Kids, Tumble Books is used at home Read at home with your child Choose a variety of genres (i.e. fiction, nonfiction, magazines, poetry, newspapers) Ask about the books read in school
14 BERRY SCHOOL GOAL #2 To improve mathematical reasoning and problem solving across the grades through differentiated instruction and implementation of a comprehensive system for tiered intervention (SRBI).
15 BERRY SCHOOL GOAL #2 School: Use research based instructional strategies Know, understand, and meet the needs of diverse learners Maintain a structure for intervention Use assessment to consistently guide instruction and monitor its effectiveness Home: Maintain communication with classroom teacher Make time at home to implement teacher recommendations Visit recommended websites Have a positive attitude about math! Make connections to the real world (i.e. grocery store)
16 BERRY SCHOOL GOAL # 3 To improve written language within selected components of the six traits across the grades through differentiated instruction.
17 BERRY SCHOOL GOAL #3 School: Use varied instructional strategies, modeling, conferences Know, understand, and meet the needs of diverse learners Celebrate and publish! Use assessment to consistently guide instruction and monitor its effectiveness Home: Maintain communication with classroom teacher Make time at home to implement teacher recommendations Ask your child to share his/her writing Model the importance of writing
18 ROAR Respectful On Task Always Safe Responsible
19 We ROAR at Berry School! PBIS is a process for teaching children appropriate behavior and providing the supports necessary to sustain that behavior. PBIS is not a curriculum - it is a framework to identify needs, develop strategies, and evaluate practice toward success. PBIS is used school-wide.
20 PBIS is An organized system of disciplinary actions Clear school-wide expectations with incentives and consequences Actual teaching of Positive Behavior Expectations Behavioral recognition system for kids doing the right thing
21 How do we reward ROARing Behavior at Positive Rewards: Earn ROAR tickets Weekly schoolwide drawings Directly connected to expectations Individual classroom rewards Berry School?
22 We are successful at Berry School We are skilled writers who write clear, cohesive stories with description and elaboration. We can read and comprehend text. We are strong mathematicians who can compute and problem solve. We are critical thinkers and problem solvers. We care deeply about our school, our environment and each other.
23 We are so PROUD! Excelling School as well as School of Distinction Full day kindergarten program Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) school climate system Participation in Invention Convention Maintain effective Professional Learning Community process at each grade level Data teams who examine student assessment results and plan for individualized instruction Provide a What I Need (WIN) intervention block for students needing academic support High participation rates in our Summer Reading Program Implemented districts first STEM night for our young scientists and mathematicians Implemented a Mentoring Program for new families and students through the PTO Support Bethel s community through Scholarship Fundraisers, Food, and Clothing Drives Strong participation for the Recycling Art Contest Outstanding art show and music productions at each grade level Participation in the state Celebration of the Arts awards dinner Assemblies, author visits, etc. sponsored by the PTO
24 Areas of growth Reading Deeper understanding of texts (author s purpose, themes, summarizing texts, making connections among text, citing text) Writing Composing and Revising (the structure of writing)specific versus General Math Mathematical Applications and Problem Solving(i.e. Real world applications and Multi-step word problems.) Continue to think deeply about mathematics
25 Berry School Times 9:00-3:30 (regular schedule) 9:00-1:40 (early dismissal) 9:00-1:15 (early dismissal conferences) 11:00-3:30 (2 hour delay) 9:00-12:15 (due to inclement weather/emergency early dismissal)
26 Attendance Make attendance a priority Absent- call the attendance line ( ) and write a note to the teacher indicating the reason for your child s absence
27 Attendance is KEY! Send your child to school regularly Please be on time Late? Walk your child into school, sign your child in late and your student will talk to class with a tardy slip Absent? Call the attendance line ( ) and write a note to the teacher indicating the reason for your child s absence Refrain from dismissing your child early from school as this disrupts valuable instructional time!
28 Parent Drop off Procedures Supervision begins at 8:40 a.m. (no earlier) and runs until just before 9:00 a.m. School begins promptly at 9:00 a.m. AM drop off is by the nurse s entrance Please pull up to the last cone/sign and have your child exit your car independently from the passenger side We will unload 4 cars at a time Please DO NOT pull around the drop off line Please do not drop off your child in the front of the building at any time. Thank you for all of your support!!!!
29 Parent Pick Up Procedures You must have identification with you Pick up your child by the gymnasium doors Be at parent pick begins at 3:25 (no earlier) Sign clipboard that is passed We will release your child. You do NOT need to enter the building. Please collect your child and exit promptly to release your parking spot to another parent Thank you for all of your support!
30 Dismissal You are required to use our official dismissal form any time there is a change in your child s dismissal. You can access it on our website. If there is an emergency change in dismissal please call the office before 2:00p.m. Single day bus changes are not permissible unless it s for an emergency daycare purpose. If it is, please indicate that on the top of your dismissal note.
32 School Security and Safety Volunteer/Meeting Please sign in/out at the office and get a visitor s badge Always have identification with you Keep the office, nurse, and your child s teacher informed with current contact information Update your information we have in our system if it has changed
33 School Security and Safety You are all welcome at Berry School for a variety of events! To ensure the security and safety of our students please adhere to the following guidelines: If you need to meet with a teacher please make an appointment. If you are coming to have lunch with your child, please sign in using Hall Pass, state that you are having lunch, visit the lunch room and EXIT after. If you are bringing a birthday treat or snack, please try to send in something healthy and/or non-food related. the best thing to do is to drop it off in the office or bring it down before school. Students are not permitted to "deliver" snacks during instructional times. Thank you so much for your continued support!
34 Communication Website Dandy Lines Newsletter Social Media: Principal Tweets - follow Teachers Weekly Newsletter Superintendent s Electronic Newsletter Channel 97 ~ see staff directory at (Example: Meetings, phone calls, notes
35 REPORT CARDS AND CONFERENCES Report Cards November 25 th March 16 th June 9 th Conferences October March 22-24
36 MIGHTY MATH Thank you to the Bethel Education Foundation for funding a new home/school math project called Mighty Math! Every student in COF-Grade 3 will be coming home with a math bag filled with math games and all the materials needed to play the games! Thank you also to our Mighty Math Team!! More information coming soon!!!
37 PTO Involvement Volunteer in your child s classroom Please support our FABULOUS PTO Volunteer to help with programs Sign up to chair a committee PTO Presidents: Jill Kurtz and Lisa Geist Visit them on Facebook Upcoming Events Ice Cream Social (September 25 th )
38 Berry School is a real cool school. It s where we love to go. We meet our friends and teachers here, to learn and play and grow. Dandy lion leads the way. He helps us all to Roar. Be respectful, On task, Always safe, Responsible to the core! https://www.facebook.com/pages/bethel- Public-Schools/ Here at Berry we are all One big family Working hand and hand together, We can all succeed! So catch that school spirit school now, And give it all you ve got. Be the Berry, Berry Best, And Roar right to the top. And Roar right to the top. And Roar right to the top. ROAR
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