Haigh Read at Home Plan-

 

     Haigh Elementary               “Read at Home Plan”

Our goal at Haigh School is to ensure all of our students are successful at reading. The “Read at Home Plan” promotes engaging students and their families with reading on a daily basis. Below are the grade-level requirements for reading at home every day. We ask that you talk to your children about what they are reading each day. This daily routine will make a positive impact on your child’s success in school.

Grade Level Monthly Reading Expectations
KINDERGARTEN Read 10 – 15 minutes Monday – Friday and record book title, who read the book (Read to Child, Read with Child, Read by Child), any comments (optional), and parent initials on a weekly reading log. Reading logs are collected each week on Friday.
FIRST Read 15 minutes Monday-Friday and record book title, amount of time read and parent signature on a monthly reading log. Reading logs will be collected at the end of the month.
SECOND Read 25-30 minutes each night and complete the reading log. Students will also answer response questions for fiction and nonfiction.(bookmark)
THIRD Read 25 minutes each night and complete the reading log (Due on Mondays) Reading Log
FOURTH Read 30 minutes each night (M-Th) and complete the reading log (due on Fridays)Reading Log
FIFTH Read 30 minutes each night and complete monthly genre assignment.

Read Over The Summer and WIN Prizes!

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Access our district iRead course anywhere in the world.  

Win prizes for reading a lot of books over the summer!

The more books students read this summer, the better the chances they’ll win a Chromebook.                                                                     

  1. Go to the Dearborn Schools website at dearbornschools.org. Select “For Students.”
  2. Click on “iLearn.” They login just as they do on school district computers.
  3. The student’s login is their student number: 20xxxxxx
  4. The password needs to be typed in carefully. (All students should know it.)
  5. In the Search Courses box, Type iRead, just one word, and click on the word search.
  6. Click on the blue iRead title that says iRead-Students First: Inspire, Educate, Celebrate.
  7. Scroll down and click on the blue button that says, “enroll me.”
  8. Enter the school the school they’ll be at next year and their grade next year, saving both.
  9. Enter the name of the public library they will probably use when they go to the library.
  10. Click on “Badges” and “Bronze Badge Book Review” to add entries for books they’ve read.
  11. Under “Instructions,” students should “make a copy” of the Projects doc for add’l reviews.

To access Clever from home or a public library                 

  1. Go to the student page of the Dearborn Public Schools. Here’s the website: http://dearbornschools.org/resources/students
  2. Click: Clever (Khan Academy, *myOn, MobyMax) under useful links.
  3. The student’s login is their student number: 20xxxxxx@dearbornschools.org
  4. The password needs to be typed in carefully. (All students should know it.)
  5. * If you have an iPad or tablet you want to use for myOn you’ll need to click on the tablet (BLUE BOX) next to your avatar. When you click the tablet it will give you a secret code for you to login. See iblog.dearbornschools.org/myON for help with myON.

My login: ______________My Password:____________

 

Carnival Donations

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Haigh Families,

Next Wednesday, April 26th, we will be hosting our second annual HAIGH CARNIVAL for our April PBIS celebration. Students who have maintained positive behavior will have the opportunity to attend the carnival and play some awesome games and even win some prizes!

However, the event can only be a success with your help and donations. Below is a list of items that we are in need of for our celebration. If you are able to contribute or donate in any way, it would be GREATLY appreciated. You can turn in all donations to your child’s teacher.

We are asking that donations be turned in by Monday, April 24th.

  • Empty cardboard boxes (all sizes and shapes needed)
  • Hershey’s Kisses
  • Washable tattoos
  • DumDum suckers
  • Fake frogs (rubber/silicone)
  • Solo cups
  • Cotton Candy buckets (Wal-Mart?)

This is a whole school event, so we will need as many donations as possible (we have almost 500 students!).

We are also in need of volunteers to help run stations at the carnival. If you are able to volunteer your time, it would also be appreciated. The time slots are as follows:

A.M. session – 8:50-11:30                          P.M. session – 1:30-3:15 

We need 7 A.M. volunteers and 7 P.M. volunteers. If you are able to volunteer, please e-mail Ms. Otto at ottoc@dearbornschools.org to sign-up 🙂

Thank you for all of your help and continued support!     The PBIS team

Literacy Night at Haigh School

We had Literacy Night on Thursday, March 16, 2017. It was a really fun event. We had Book Bingo, Read alouds and sing alongs, as well as Jeopardy in our classroom hosted by Haigh Staff.

Mr. Short

Bingo

Mrs. Elaswad and Mr. Donelson helping serve hotdogs, chips and water

Mrs. Nardone and Ms. Sabbagh Checking in families.

Mrs. Nardone and Mrs. Polidori

Let’s play Jeopardy!

Ms. Cronin, Mrs. Kowalski and Ms. Ray work the Jeopardy crowd.

Mrs. Rachwal and Mrs. Niner host Bingo.

Mrs. Donelson and Ms. Otto host Jeopardy.

Mrs. Conrad and Mrs. Greco read aloud to the kids.

Ms. Strzykalski, Mrs. Izbicki and Mrs. Lahooti have some fun during Bingo.

Wayne County Regional Enhancement Education Millage Proposal

 

School districts in Wayne County have placed a proposal on the November 8th ballot to provide added funding for our schools. It is the “Regional Enhancement Millage Proposal.”

If approved by the entire county, the 2 mil proposal will generate approximately $6.2 million from Dearborn but the District will receive $7.8 million in additional funding for our schools.  Money would go to local schools starting this year and the millage expires after six years.  Continue reading

Wayne County Regional Enhancement Education Millage Proposal

 

School districts in Wayne County have placed a proposal on the November 8th ballot to provide added funding for our schools. It is the “Regional Enhancement Millage Proposal.”

If approved by the entire county, the 2 mil proposal will generate approximately $6.2 million from Dearborn but the District will receive $7.8 million in additional funding for our schools.  Money would go to local schools starting this year and the millage expires after six years.  Continue reading