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

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Notes and Homework for 12-19-14.

Dear Parents,

Thank you to all the moms who came and helped with the party and for all the lovely presents.  That was very kind of you and I appreciate it!!

Vacation homework is to:

do one page a day of their homework packet.

practice reading their book room books.

practice their Math games in their Math bags.

practice reading on the MyOn website.

practice their Math skills on Xtra Math.

practice all of their High Frequency Words.

Thank you and have a great Winter Vacation.

LeAnn Sulecki

Winter Homework Packet

Dear Parents,

We are sending home a winter homework packet.  Please have your child do one page a day, go on the computer to do MyOn and Xtra Math, play the Math Games in their Math Bag, play the Math Games on the Everyday Math website, and read their book room books.

Have a great winter break!!

Sincerely,

LeAnn Sulecki

Notes and Homework 12-18-14

Dear Parents,

Tonight’s homework is to:

practice reading their book room books.

practice their Math games in their Math bags.

practice reading on the MyOn website.

practice their Math skills on Xtra Math.

practice their new High Frequency word here.

practice this week’s letter, ‘Kk’.

Here’s the calendar for December:

Dec. 19 PTA Popcorn

Dec. 19 Holiday Sing-A-Long at 2 pm in the gym.

Dec. 19 Santa visits.

Dec. 19 PTA pizza Sale

If you have any questions or concerns, call and leave a message and the person that can best help answer your question will call you back at their earliest convenience. 313-827-6500.

Thank you and have a great evening.

LeAnn Sulecki

Notes and Homework 12-17-14

Dear Parents,

THERE IS A SIGN UP SHEET ON THE DOOR CLOSEST TO THE OFFICE.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE SOME ITEMS FOR THE WINTER BREAK PARTY ON FRIDAY, PLEASE WRITE YOUR CHILD’S NAME NEXT TO THE ITEM(S) YOU CAN BRING IN BY THURSDAY.  I NEED THE ITEMS BY THURSDAY SO I KNOW WHAT I NEED TO PURCHASE IF NO ONE SIGNS UP TO BRING THEM.  THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE IN THIS MATTER.

Tonight’s homework is to:

practice reading their book room books.

practice their Math games in their Math bags.

practice reading on the MyOn website.

practice their Math skills on Xtra Math.

practice their new High Frequency word here.

practice this week’s letter, ‘Kk’.

Here’s the calendar for December:

Dec. 19 PTA Popcorn

Dec. 19 Holiday Sing-A-Long at 2 pm in the gym.

Dec. 19 Santa visits.

Dec. 19 PTA pizza Sale

If you have any questions or concerns, call and leave a message and the person that can best help answer your question will call you back at their earliest convenience. 313-827-6500.

Thank you and have a great evening.

LeAnn Sulecki

Notes and Homework 12-16-14.

Dear Parents,

THERE IS A SIGN UP SHEET ON THE DOOR CLOSEST TO THE OFFICE.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE SOME ITEMS FOR THE WINTER BREAK PARTY ON FRIDAY, PLEASE WRITE YOUR CHILD’S NAME NEXT TO THE ITEM(S) YOU CAN BRING IN BY THURSDAY.  I NEED THE ITEMS BY THURSDAY SO I KNOW WHAT I NEED TO PURCHASE IF NO ONE SIGNS UP TO BRING THEM.  THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE IN THIS MATTER.

Tonight’s homework is to:

practice reading their book room books.

practice their Math games in their Math bags.

practice reading on the MyOn website.

practice their Math skills on Xtra Math.

practice their new High Frequency word here.

practice this week’s letter, ‘Kk’.

Here’s the calendar for December:

Dec. 1-17 Giving Tree and Canned Food Drive continues
Please send in new hats, scarves, gloves or mittens for those less fortunate.
Please send in canned or boxed foods for those less fortunate.

Dec. 17 Christmas School Store

Dec. 17 Hype Canned Food Drive Ends,

Dec. 19 PTA Popcorn

Dec. 19 Holiday Sing-A-Long at 2 pm in the gym.

Dec. 19 Santa visits.

Dec. 19 PTA pizza Sale

If you have any questions or concerns, call and leave a message and the person that can best help answer your question will call you back at their earliest convenience. 313-827-6500.

Thank you and have a great weekend.

LeAnn Sulecki

Lesson Plans for 12-15-14

Week 16

Weekly Lesson Plans

Teacher: Rawson/Sulecki/Pesci 

Week of: 12/15/14

Subject: Reading  

Common Core Standards

Language Arts

Strand: 30.1 K.L Language Skills

Standard: 30.1.1 Conventions of Standard English

CCSS – GLCE: 30.1.1.5 K.L.1.dUnderstand and use question words (interrogatives) (e.g., who, what, where, when, why, how).

with prompting and support, identify and define question words presented in a variety of texts

Strand: 30.4 K.RL Reading Literature

Standard: 30.4.4 Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

CCSS – GLCE: 30.4.4.1 K.RL.10Actively engage in group reading activities with purpose and understanding.

participate in collaborative conversations with peers

 

M T W TH F

 

Content Objective:

 

I can demonstrate knowledge of question words by singing them in a song. https://www.youtube.com/

watch?v=FKol8wznKXs

I can demonstrate knowledge of question words by sorting them according to question word. I demonstrate comprehension of question words by choosing which question word completes the question. I can demonstrate comprehension of answer questions by using words in the question to answer in a complete sentence. I can demonstrate comprehension of answer questions by using words in the question to answer in a complete sentence.

 

 

Language Objective:

 

I can read question word flashcards (with picture clue, i.e. whenà clock) I can read questions after sorting them. I can read the questions after they are completed.

I can orally answer a question with a complete sentence.

https://www.prometheanplanet.com/en-us/Resources/Item/28568/writing-complete-sentences-from-a-question#.VIsHJSvF-Sp ***use later slides

I can orally answer a question with a complete sentence.

https://www.prometheanplanet.com/en-us/Resources/Item/28568/writing-complete-sentences-from-a-question#.VIsHJSvF-Sp ***use later slides

Dolch Words/Content Vocabulary:

 

Question words: who, what, when, why, how, question, answer, complete sentence

Letter: Kk  Word: Here

DEC Vocabulary List: Retell, Beginning, Middle, End, character, setting, question, sound, letter, reason, opinion, favorite, like, dislike

 

 

Week 16

Weekly Lesson Plans

Teacher: Rawson/Sulecki/Pesci 

Week of: 12/15/14

Subject: Writing

 

Common Core Standards

Strand: 30.6 K.W Writing

Standard: 30.6.2 Text Types and Purposes

CCSS – GLCE: 30.6.2.4 K.W.3 Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tell about the events in the order in which they occurred, and provide a reaction to what happened.

know how to select a topic
know that a picture can tell a story

 

know that to speak and share an event is to tell a story
narrate a familiar event or events/experiences through drawing, dictating and writing (labeling, letter strands, sentences)

 

plan a story with a sequence of pictures (B/M/E)
recall feelings during an event/series of events

 

tell a story in order

 

M T W TH F

 

Content Objective:

 

I can demonstrate comprehension of narrative text by telling how to build a snowman. I can demonstrate comprehension of narrative text by drawing pictures and writing words to describe my event.

I can demonstrate application of narrative text by using my graphic organizer to make a book.

 

I can demonstrate application of narrative text by using my graphic organizer to make a book.

 

Make a snow man using paper plates

 

 

Language Objective:

 

I can orally explain how to build a snowman using, “First… Next…Last..” I can orally explain using first, next, last. I can orally read my book to a friend. I can orally read my book to a friend.

 

Dolch Words/Content Vocabulary:

Narrative Text—first, next, last

Retell, Beginning, Middle, End, character, setting, question, sound, letter, reason, opinion, favorite, like, dislike

 

Week 16

Weekly Lesson Plans

Teacher: Rawson/Sulecki/Pesci

Week of: 12/15/14

Subject: Math           

 

CCSS/GLCE:

Strand: 10.1 Counting And Cardinality

Standard: 10.1.1 Know Number Names And The Count Sequence.

CCSS – GLCE: 10.1.1.1 K.CC.1 Count to 100 by ones and by tens.

Ability to use concrete materials to build sets, towers, or groups of ten, to make sense of counting by tens. S
Ability to use verbal counting. (e.g., meaningful counting employed in order to solve a problem, such as finding out how many are in a set) S

CCSS – GLCE: 10.1.1.2 K.CC.2 Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).

Ability to begin a rote count forward counting sequence from a number other than one. S
Ability to initially use concrete materials, hundreds chart or number line to model counting from a given number other than 1. S

CCSS – GLCE: 10.1.1.3 K.CC.3 Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Ability to write numerals 0-20 and and use the written numerals 0-20 to represent the amount within a set. S
Knowledge that zero represents an empty set. K

Standard: 10.1.2 Count To Tell The Number Of Objects.

CCSS – GLCE: 10.1.2.2 K.CC.4.a When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.

Ability to apply one-to-one correspondence when counting. S
Knowledge to implement correct counting procedures by pointing to one object at a time. (one to one correspondence) K

CCSS – GLCE: 10.1.2.3 K.CC.4.b Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.

Ability to apply subitizing (e.g., the ability to immediately recognize a quantity) when counting objects. S
Knowledge of and ability to apply cardinality (e.g., the understanding that when counting a set, the last number counted represents the total number of the objects in the set.

CCSS – GLCE: 10.1.2.4 K.CC.4.c Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.

Knowledge that when one more is added to a number set, this new number includes all the previous objects in the set, plus the new one. (e.g., 6+1=7) K

CCSS – GLCE: 10.1.2.5 K.CC.5 Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1–20, count out that many objects.

Ability to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1 to 20, count out that many objects.
S
S

 

M T W TH F

Content

Objective:I

4.7 Meet the Calculator

I can say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number.

4.8 Roll and Record with Two Dice

I can add two numbers together to demonstrate addition and take numbers apart to demonstrate subtraction.

4.8 Roll and Record with Two Dice

I can add two numbers together to demonstrate addition and take numbers apart to demonstrate subtraction.

 

 

4.9 Body and Rope Shapes

I can analyze and compare two- and three-dimensional shapes.

Differentiation:

Count to 100 by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s with cross body motions and singing.

Use greater than/less than alligators to compare numbers

Play Monster Squeeze Game.

Language

Objectives:

I can describe what addition and subtraction means to my partner. I can apply what I know about addition and subtraction to solve number problems. I can apply what I know about addition and subtraction to solve number problems. I can use formal language to describe the similarities and differences between common geometric shapes. Work on number book drawing objects to represent each number.
Dolch Words/Content Vocabulary: Calculator, display, clear/all clear Add, sum, probability, likely chance Add, sum, probability, likely chance Circle, square, rectangle, triangle, side, corner, shape

Write numbers 0-20.

Count 0-20 objects.

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Week 16

Weekly Lesson Plans

Teacher: Rawson/Sulecki/Pesci 

Week of: 12/15/14

Subject: Social Studies         

CCSS/GLCE:

 

Why can’t I have everything I want?

How do I meet my needs and wants?

Why do people trade?

Key Concepts: economic wants, goods, historical evidence, history, human/environment interaction, needs, past, services, trade, wants

 

  M T W TH F

Content

Objective:

I can answer the questions: Why can’t I have everything I want?  How do I meet my needs and wants?  Why do people trade? I can answer the questions: Why can’t I have everything I want?  How do I meet my needs and wants?  Why do people trade?

Language

Objectives:

I can use sentence stems to give answers to the questions posed by the teacher during discussion of classroom expectations and procedures. I can use sentence stems to give answers to the questions posed by the teacher during discussion of classroom expectations and procedures.
Content Vocabulary Economic wants, goods, historical evidence, history, human/environment interaction, needs, past, services, trade, wants Economic wants, goods, historical evidence, history, human/environment interaction, needs, past, services, trade, wants

Week 16

Weekly Lesson Plans

Teacher: Rawson/Sulecki/Pesci 

Week of: 12/15/14

Subject: Science

CCSS/GLCE:

Inquiry Process: 
S.IP.00.11 Make purposeful observations of the movement of objects in response to pushes and pulls.
S.IP.00.12 Generate questions based on observations of objects falling toward the Earth.
S.IP.00.13 Plan and conduct simple investigations about pushes and pulls changing the speed or direction of moving objects.
S.IP.00.14 Manipulate simple tools (pencil) to collect data about the affect of pulls or pushes changing the speed or direction of moving objects.
S.IP.00.16 Construct simple charts from investigations about pushes and pulls changing the speed or direction of moving objects.
Inquiry Analysis and Communication:
S.IA.0011 Share ideas through purposeful conversation about how pushes or pulls affect the speed or direction of moving objects.
S.IA.0012 Communicate and present findings of observations about the motion of an object (for example: away from or closer to) from different observer’s views.
S.IA.0013 Develop strategies for information gathering (ask an expert, make observations, conduct investigations, watch a video) about forces affecting the motion of objects.

M T W TH F

 

Content Objective:

 

 I can demonstrate comprehension of gravity by singing the position song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx8i-Wq_jtc  I can demonstrate comprehension of gravity by giving an example of the position of an object (above, below, in front of,behind, on) in relation to other objects. (play Simon says) I can demonstrate analysis of gravity by distinguishing (predicting) which object will fall faster to the ground.

 

Language Objective:

 

I can orally sing “in, on, under” with my classmates. I can orally explain different positions of an object by playing a game with a ball.

I can orally compare the results (conclusion) of my investigation using, “I learned ________.”

 

Content Vocabulary

Critically Important- Instructionally Useful – State Assessable:
push, pull, direction, speed, shape, size, mass, at rest, above, below, in front of, behind, on, under, between, on top, away from, closer to, toward, fast, faster, slow, slower, north, south, east, west, right, left, different shapes (circle, square, triangle, cone, cylinder, sphere) weight

 

 

Notes and Homework 12-15-14

Dear Parents,

Tonight’s homework is to:

practice reading their book room books.

practice their Math games.

practice reading on the MyOn website.

practice their Math skills on Xtra Math.

practice their new High Frequency word here.

practice this week’s letter, ‘Kk’.

Here’s the calendar for December:

Dec. 1 Giving Tree and Canned Food Drive continues
Please send in new hats, scarves, gloves or mittens for those less fortunate.
Please send in canned or boxed foods for those less fortunate.

Dec. 17 Christmas School Store

Dec. 17 Hype Canned Food Drive Ends,

Dec. 19 PTA Popcorn

Dec. 19 Holiday Sing-A-Long at 2 pm in the gym.

Dec. 19 Santa visits.

Dec. 19 PTA pizza Sale

If you have any questions or concerns, call and leave a message and the person that can best help answer your question will call you back at their earliest convenience. 313-827-6500.

Thank you and have a great weekend.

LeAnn Sulecki