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WELCOME TO KASTNER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THUNDERBIRDS Slide 2 AGENDA FOR TONIGHT Information about registration process Changes to Bell Schedule for 2012-13 Introduction to the Kastner Experience Answer your questions Slide 3 REGISTRATION EVENTS 6 th Grade Rally at Kastner Intermediate Thursday, March 8 th Information / Course Descriptions Registration Form KASTNER 7TH GRADE REGISTRATION FOR 2012-13 KASTNER 7TH GRADE REGISTRATION FOR 2012-13 KASTNER 7TH GRADE REGISTRATION FOR 2012-13 KASTNER 7TH GRADE REGISTRATION FOR 2012-13 School Site Registration forms due to 6 th grade teacher by the day of your schools registration visit Slide 4 REGISTRATION All students will be enrolled into: Academic Block (ELA & History) Science Math PE Elective Slide 5 REGISTRATION ELECTIVES: Choral or Instrumental Music Core Strength and Conditioning Academic Seminar Elective Wheel (random cycle of two electives) Slide 6 ELECTIVE WHEEL Two semester courses depending on elective period: Art Ceramics Drama Exploring Tech Leadership Slide 7 ZERO PERIOD PE Zero Period PE Performing Arts ONLY Students may take two music electives and Zero Period PE Starts at 6:45 am PARENT PERMISSION REQUIRED SIGNATURE REQUIRED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM Slide 8 MATH PLACEMENT 7 th grade math is Pre-Algebra Algebra 1 placement based on: CST Performance Band (Advanced) Algebra Readiness assessment * Optional * Registration form 6 th Grade math benchmarks & grades Slide 9 ADVANCED SCIENCE PLACEMENT Placement Test Optional Elect on Registration form Advanced Science students must participate in Science Fair or Science Olympiad Slide 10 TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION Every 7 th grade student will have daily access to laptops in AB classes as needed for instruction (ONLY during AB period). Students may bring their own laptops and are encouraged to do so. Slide 11 TECHNOLOGY Attend Laptop Information Night: March 22 nd @ Kastner Intermediate 6:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. March 29 Granite Ridge March 21Alta Sierra March 28Clark Intermediate March 27Reyburn Intermediate Slide 12 REGISTRATION EVENTS Registration Packet Pick-Up at Kastner * Monday, Aug. 6 Wednesday, Aug. 8 * 7:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M. Pick-Up Schedule / ID Card /Purchase PE Clothes, Yearbook, Spirit Packs, Spirit Wear * Monday, Aug. 13 at Kastner Intermediate * 3:00pm 6:00pm Slide 13 REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHEDULE PICK-UP All immunizations must be current SEE SCHOOL NURSE FOR REQUIREMENTS! All financial obligations must be cleared MUST BE IN DRESS CODE Slide 14 STUDENT ACTIVITIES STUDENTS CAN GET INVOLVED! WEB Day: Where Everyone Belongs CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS: Student Government, Science Fair, Science Olympiad, Robotics, Math Counts, Folklorico, History Day, Lunch Activities, Chess Club, Crochet Club & Hockey Club. Athletics Slide 15 WEB - Where Everyone Belongs Every 7 th grader will be invited to attend WEB Day on Tuesday, Aug. 14 Two sessions: 8:00 A.M. 12:00 P.M. or 1:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. Invitation is in the Registration packet to be picked up August 6-8, 2012 Slide 16 ATHLETICS SPORTS Health Screening required prior to any participation in athletics May 16, 2012 6:30 P.M. Clovis West High School WEST Gym $ 25.00 Screening forms provided Slide 17 PARENTS CAN GET INVOLVED! Parent Teacher Club available at Schedule Pick-up Night STAY INVOLVED, STAY IN TOUCH! Ways to stay informed Website, Parent Connect, Email, Twitter, Global Connect, Facebook, Daily Bulletin SAVEMART SHARES CARDS Slide 18 TRANSPORTATION Busses outside of the 2.5 mile radius Community-funded busses contact your elementary school office City busses School District does not provide bus fare Slide 19 DAILY SCHEDULE Monday, Tuesday & Friday: Period 1 begins at 7:40 A.M. Students attend all six period Dismissal at 2:25 P.M. Slide 20 DAILY SCHEDULE Wednesday & Thursday Period 1 starts at 7:55 A.M. Wednesdays Even classes only Thursdays Odd classes only Dismissal at 2:25 P.M. Slide 21 DAILY SCHEDULE Four-Day School Weeks NO LATE-START DAYS Period 1 begins at 7:40 A.M. Students attend all six periods each day Dismissal at 2:25 P.M. Slide 22 Order in the Classroom -Graham, K., Prigmore, E. (May/June, 2009). Leadership Kathleen Cotton (1990) summarizes it this way: Effective managers teach behavioral rules and classroom routines in much the same way as they teach instructional content, and they review these frequently at the beginning of the school year and periodically thereafter. Whether its kindergarten or 10th grade students, we cannot ever assume in school settings today that children arrive ready and willing to behave. Slide 23 Order in the Classroom -Graham, K., Prigmore, E. (May/June, 2009). Leadership One of the major flaws in some classroom management systems is that the teacher gives numerous chances, requests or warnings all of which waste academic instructional time. If all students are systematically taught through a direct instruction model how to follow classroom rules and routines, multiple warnings and repeated requests can be eliminated, thus saving valuable instructional minutes. Slide 24 Self-Control Marzano (1993) described withitness as maintaining an appropriate mental setCarrying out the various aspects of classroom management without becoming emotionally involved or personalizing students actions (p. 94-95) Five Components of Time To Teach Slide 25 Teach Tos An opportunity to teach our students how we want them to behave in our classrooms and in our school. As a team, WE MUST CREATE THE ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH WE WANT OUR STUDENTS TO LEARN. Slide 26 Five Components of Time To Teach Refocus Turning a disruptive moment into a learning moment. A win-win experience for both student and teacher a. Teacher continues teaching b. Students continue learning Q1. What was your behavior? Q2. What did you want? Q3. What will you do next time? Q4. Are you ready to return to the routine of the class? Slide 27 STUDENT SERVICES & SUPPORT Jim Stewart, Pat Ajamian, Victoria Garcia, Mike MacNeill Reinforce Time to Teach model Reinforce school rules and Board policies, including Dress Code (See Parent Handbook) Oversee/Mediate Behavioral Issues, including conflict resolutions and Bully Contracts Slide 28 STUDENT SERVICES & SUPPORT Homework Lab Attendance Attendance/Truancy/SARB process Lunch & After-school Detention/ Thursday School (4 hours) Reward good/improved behavior Slide 29 Unconditional Positive Regard Five Components of Time To Teach Caring is key and is driven by non- contingent interactions Building relationships is key to a positive and supportive learning environment Slide 30 Five Components of Time To Teach Classroom Arrangement Jere Brophy (1996) commented that proper arrangement led to attention to lessons and engagement in academic activities (p.5) However, regardless of our situation, at least two factors remain constant: the physical design of your classroom must take into account both learning and behavioral consequences. Slide 31 Slide 32 Slide 33 Academic Performance Index (API) Slide 34 Slide 35 Slide 36 Slide 37 Campus Officer Citable Offenses Slide 38 API Growth Pre Time To Teach to Post Time To Teach Schools Using Time to Teach - Liberty, Valley Oak, Nelson Slide 39 THANK YOU FOR COMING Links available on our website for your reference: This Presentation Registration materials Parent / Student Handbook See you in August!!