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Upcoming Elementary Events
March 10, 2014..Snow Make-up Day
March 19, 2014..Early Dismissal
March 20, 2014..Preschool Family NIght
March 21, 2013..End of 3rd Quarter
Lone Tree Community School
303 S. Devoe Street, Box 520
Lone Tree, IA 52755
Elementary Office: 319-629-4213
FAX Number: 319-629-4324
K-12 Principal - Mrs. Amber Jacque
Elementary Secretary - Mrs. Colene Feldman
Lone Tree Elementary
Respect, Responsibility, Citizenship and Safety
These are the social skills we practice at Lone Tree
March 7, 2014 - Day 3
Announcement: 2014-2015 3-year old and 4-year old Preschool Registration will be held March 3-7 from 8:30AM-3:00PM in the Elementary Office. For your convenience, currently enrolled 3-year old preschoolers will register using the eRegistration feature on PowerSchool.
Monday starts the Soles4Souls shoe drive that our local FCCLA is sponsoring. Please bring gently used shoes to put in the collection box that will be in your classrooms next week. The classroom that donates the most shoes wins a special treat from the FCCLA chapter members.
Students: Don't forgot that the first class to fill their Carnival Basket by Thursday, March 13 will win a pizza party!
Today’s Birthdays – March 7, 2014 Kylie Norris, March 8, 2014 Sammy Loving, Beckett Mills, March 9, 2014 Owen Eden
Today’s Lunch - Cheese Pizza, Spinach & Romaine Salad w/Dressing, Pineapple, Animal Crackers
Tomorrow Breakfast - Breakfast Wrap
Have a GREAT learning day!
Report Card Guide for K-2
Glossary of Terms
The purpose of this document is to assist parents in the understanding and interpretation of the information contained on the elementary report cards. The elementary report cards are intended to be a record of students’ academic growth and development as well as a communication tool between the home and school. Additional questions arising as a result of reading this document and reviewing the corresponding progress reports are best addressed through direct communication with the classroom teacher and/or building principal.
The performance key indicates the marks that will be used to represent a student’s progress on the areas noted on the report.
M – Meeting Expectations – This mark represents a level of performance that is at or above the grade level or developmental expectations for that specific area and is demonstrating that skill independently. M encompasses a broad range on the performance continuum including students who are performing right at the grade level expectations as well as those students who are performing considerably above.
P – Progressing – This mark represents a level of performance that indicates the student is currently progressing toward the grade level or developmental expectations, and is developing toward the attainment of those expectations. P generally suggests a student is applying appropriate effort and with additional time/practice will meet the grade level expectations.
N - Needs Improvement – This mark represents a level of performance that is significantly below the grade level or developmental expectations. N suggests corrective action is necessary whether in the form of applied effort, alternative instruction, additional practice, modified curriculum or other adjustments.
The K-5 reporting periods are quarterly and sent to parents four times each year. Parent/teacher conferences are held one time in the fall and once in the spring upon request by parent or teacher.
Students’ attendance will be recorded as days absent and days late/tardy for each specific reporting period. In order to derive the cumulative total of absent or tardy days, the sum of the days from the preceding reporting periods will be calculated with the current reporting period and listed in the total category.
For each reporting period, a teacher will have the opportunity to more specifically describe a student’s progress, note areas of particular success, or identify areas for additional practice or skill development. This comment section will also be present during each of the subsequent reporting periods in order for progress to be easily tracked. In addition, the special area teachers (art, music, physical education, science) may or may not add specific comments. If comments are added, they will immediately follow the performance indicators of that special’s area.