WELCOME TO PARENT NIGHT 2009-2010 Hubanek Elementary First Grade

WELCOME TO PARENT NIGHT 2009-2010 Hubanek Elementary First Grade

WELCOME TO PARENT NIGHT 2017-2018 Hubenak Elementary First Grade DAILY SCHEDULE 7:15 - 7:50 BELLWORK/HUSKY HUDDLE 7:50 - 8:40 SPECIALS 8:40 - 8:55 CALENDAR/HUSKY HUDDLE 8:55 - 10:20 MORNING MESSAGE/READING 10:20 - 10:35 PHONICS 10:35 - 11:05 LUNCH 11:05 - 11:35 RECESS/RESTROOM 11:35 - 12:20 WRITING/SNACK 12:20 - 1:50 MATH 1:50 - 2:30 SCIENCE / SOCIAL STUDIES

2:35 DISMISSAL WEEKLY E-MAIL NEWSLETTERS A NEWSLETTER WILL BE SENT OUT TO PARENTS EACH WEEK WITH IMPORTANT INFORMATION, DATES OF UPCOMING EVENTS, AND WHAT STUDENTS WILL BE LEARNING THE FOLLOWING WEEK. DAILY FOLDERS STARTS TUESDAY, AUGUST 29TH. MAIN FORM OF DAILY COMMUNICATION. HOMEWORK, CONDUCT, TRANSPORTATION CHANGES, NOTES, MONEY, ETC. WILL BE IN THIS FOLDER. PLEASE PLACE ANY NOTES OR MONEY IN

THE EMPTY SHEET PROTECTOR. IT IS YOUR CHILDS RESPONSIBILITY TO RETURN THEIR FOLDER DAILY. FOLDERS ARE CHECKED ON A DAILY BASIS. TRANSPORTATION IF THERE IS A CHANGE IN THE WAY YOUR CHILD WILL GO HOME ON ANY PARTICULAR DAY, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT THE PARENT WRITE A NOTE AND SEND IT IN THE CLEAR SLEEVE IN THE DAILY HOMEWORK FOLDER SO THAT THE TEACHER WILL RECEIVE IT. PARENTS MAY NOT CALL AND LEAVE A MESSAGE OR E-MAIL THE TEACHER. IN AN EMERGENCY OR UNEXPECTED OCCURRENCE, THE PARENT MUST CALL THE FRONT OFFICE PRIOR TO 2:00 P.M. ON RAINY DAYS WALKERS/BIKE RIDERS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BECOME CAR RIDERS.

PLEASE LEAVE THE LUGGAGE TAGS ON YOUR CHILDS BACKPACK ALL YEAR. SCAN CARDS WILL BE USED FOR BREAKFAST. WALKER/CAR RIDERS CAR RIDERS MUST HAVE BRIGHT GREEN SIGN HANGING IN THE WINDOW. LEAVE SIGN UP UNTIL THE CHILD HAS GOTTEN IN THE CAR. STUDENTS SHOULD BE READY TO GET OUT OF THE CAR QUICKLY IN THE MORNING. WALKERS PARENTS MUST HAVE THE YELLOW SIGN TO PICK UP CHILD

ALL YEAR, OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE DIRECTED TO CHECK THEIR CHILD OUT FROM THE FRONT OFFICE. STUDENTS ARE NOT SUPERVISED ONCE THEY CROSS THE STREET. PLEASE PICK UP THESE TAGS TODAY! HUSKY FOLDER HUSKY FOLDERS WILL BE SENT HOME EVERY THURSDAY. THESE FOLDERS WILL CONTAIN GRADED PAPERS AND OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION. PLEASE EMPTY HUSKY FOLDERS EACH THURSDAY AND RETURN ANY PAPERS THAT NEED TO BE SIGNED THE NEXT DAY. PLEASE PLACE ANY PAPERS THAT WERE IN THE HUSKY FOLDER THAT NEED TO BE SIGNED AND RETURNED IN YOUR CHILDS DAILY HOMEWORK FOLDER. THIS IS THE

ONLY FOLDER THAT IS CHECKED BY THE TEACHER DAILY. HUSKY FOLDERS SHOULD BE RETURNED EVERY FRIDAY. TARDY POLICY SCHOOL DOORS OPEN AT 7 AM. STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO GET BREAKFAST, READ IN THEIR GRADE LEVEL POD, OR ATTEND TUTORIALS. STUDENTS WILL ENTER THEIR CLASSROOMS AT 7:15 AM TO BEGIN THEIR DAY. THE TARDY BELL RINGS AT 7:30 AM. ANYONE NOT INSIDE WHEN THE BELL RINGS WILL BE CONSIDERED TARDY. ONCE THE FRONT DOORS ARE CLOSED PARENTS WILL NEED TO BRING THEIR CHILD INTO THE FRONT OFFICE. PER NINE WEEKS: 1 TARDY- WARNING 4 TARDIES- ADMINISTRATOR CONTACTS PARENTS 2 TARDIES- SILENT LUNCH

5-8 TARDIES- DISCIPLINE REFERRAL 3 TARDIES- STRUCTURED RECESS COMMITTEE 9 TARDIES- ATTENDANCE REVIEW ELA READING SKILLS: COMPREHENSION/COGNITIVE STRATEGIES (MAKING CONNECTIONS, PREDICTING, QUESTIONING, INFERRING, DETERMINING IMPORTANCE) DECODING (READING STRATEGIES) FLUENCY WRITING SKILLS: GRAMMAR AND SPELLING WRITING CONVENTIONS

COMPOSITION WRITING (NARRATIVES, FRIENDLY LETTERS, EXPOSITORY, AND PERSUASIVE WRITING) MATH CALENDAR MATH PROBLEM SOLVING ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION (WORD PROBLEMS)

NUMBER SENSE (MAKING SETS, IDENTIFYING NUMBERS, PLACE VALUE) TIME MONEY GRAPHS

MEASUREMENT & ESTIMATION SCIENCE SCIENTIFIC PROCESS WEATHER AND AIR CLASSIFYING MATTER SEASONS CHANGES CAUSED BY HEATING AND COOLING OBJECTS IN THE SKY

FORMS OF ENERGY CHARACTERISTICS OF LIVING AND NONLIVING MAGNETS AND PATTERNS PLANTS OF MOVEMENT ANIMAL ROCKS, SOIL, WATER, CHARACTERISTICS AND BODIES OF WATER ANIMAL LIFE CYCLES SOCIAL STUDIES AT SCHOOL FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND ME EVERYONE WORKS

ALL AROUND THE WORLD HISTORICAL FIGURES HOLIDAYS AND CELEBRATIONS THE UNITED STATES AND TEXAS TECHNOLOGY THEN AND NOW LAND AND WATER TIME, CHRONOLOGY, SKILLS HOMEWORK SCHEDULE Monday Reading: Read 20 minutes and

record on reading log. Spelling: Complete one spellers choice activity. Math: Activities Vary Tuesday Reading: Read 20 minutes and record on reading log. Spelling: Complete one spellers choice

activity. Math: Activities Vary Wednesday Reading: Read 20 minutes and record on reading log. Spelling: Complete one spellers choice activity. Math: Activities Vary Thursday

Reading: Read 20 minutes and record on reading log. Spelling: Complete one spellers choice activity. Math: Activities Vary Friday Enjoy your weekend! HELPING YOUR CHILD READ

AT HOME STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO READ 20 MINUTES EACH NIGHT. THIS SHOULD BE RECORDED ON THE READING LOG. THIS CAN BE COMPLETED IN A NUMBER OF WAYS: INDEPENDENT READING READING TO A FAMILY MEMBER OR OTHER ADULT READING WITH A FAMILY MEMBER OR OTHER ADULT (THE STUDENT AND THE ADULT TAKE TURNS READING THE SAME BOOK) A FAMILY MEMBER OR OTHER ADULT WILL DISCUSS THE STORY ELEMENTS (CHARACTER, PROBLEM, SETTING, SOLUTION). RAZ KIDS DRA DRA IS A STATE TEST THAT IDENTIFIES WHAT EACH STUDENTS READING LEVEL IS AT THAT POINT IN TIME. EVERY STUDENT WILL BE GIVEN THE DRA TEST AT THE BEGINNING, MIDDLE, AND END OF THE YEAR.

EACH STUDENT IS TESTED ONE-ON-ONE WITH THE TEACHER. THE DRA IS A TOOL THE DISTRICT USES TO IDENTIFY THE STUDENTS PROFICIENCY LEVELS IN READING IN THE AREA OF COMPREHENSION, DECODING, AND FLUENCY. WE FORMALLY ASSESS THE STUDENTS THREE TIMES A YEAR. THIS INFORMATION GATHERED FROM THE ASSESSMENT GUIDES THE INSTRUCTION AND STUDENTS LEARNING. THE LEVELS REPRESENT THE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF PROFICIENCY WITH INCREASINGLY HARDER TEXT. THIS WILL ALSO HELP PARENTS DETERMINE THE APPROPRIATE BOOKS FOR THEIR CHILD TO READ. SKYWARD FAMILY ACCESS VIEW YOUR CHILDS GRADES ONLINE VIEW YOUR CHILDS

ATTENDANCE ONLINE ALL FORMS NEED TO BE FILLED OUT PRIOR TO 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR. LCISD PARENTS/GUARDIANS WILL BE ABLE TO MAKE CHANGES TO ITEMS SUCH AS PHONE NUMBERS, EMAIL ADDRESSES, EMERGENCY CONTACTS, ETC., ALL ONLINE THROUGH THE SKYWARD FAMILY ACCESS CENTER. THERE IS A VIDEO ON THE FAMILY ACCESS PAGE OF THE DISTRICT WEB SITE THAT WALKS PARENTS THROUGH HOW TO

MAKE CHANGES. THIS IS THE DIRECT LINK: HTTPS://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WAT CH?V=L53JXRI4RO8 RE-TEACHING/ REASSESSMENT A TEACHER SHALL PROVIDE CORRECTIVE INSTRUCTION AND A REASONABLE OPPORTUNITY TO REASSESS FAILURE TO MASTER TEKS ON MAJOR GRADES. THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE GRADE THAT CAN BE EARNED AND RECORDED ON THE REASSESSMENT IS A 70. THE TEACHER WILL MAKE A NOTE IN THE ELECTRONIC GRADE BOOK OF THE DATES AND GRADES OF THE REASSESSMENT. MINOR GRADES ARE NOT SUBJECT TO REASSESSMENT GUIDELINES. MINOR GRADES 70% MAJOR GRADES 30%

(SEE STUDENT HANDBOOK) DISCIPLINE COLOR CODE SYSTEM: EACH DAY EVERY STUDENT BEGINS ON GREEN. IF THE STUDENT IS DOING MORE THAN WHAT IS EXPECTED OF THEM, THEY WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MOVE UP TO GOLD. STUDENTS WHO ARE MISBEHAVING WILL FIRST GET A VERBAL WARNING OR HUSKY BUCKS WILL BE TAKEN. IF THE STUDENT'S BEHAVIOR CONTINUES, THEY WILL BE ASKED TO PLACE THEIR CONDUCT CLIP DOWN A COLOR AS A VISUAL REMINDER OF THE UNDESIRED BEHAVIOR. IF THE BEHAVIOR IS CORRECTED THEY WILL BE ABLE TO MOVE BACK TO GREEN. IF THE STUDENT CONTINUES TO MISBEHAVE THEY WILL BE ASKED TO PLACE THEIR CONDUCT FOLDER ON THE TEACHER'S DESK AND WILL RECEIVE A NOTE IN THEIR FOLDER AND A COLOR CHANGE TO BLUE. IF THE STUDENTS BEHAVIOR BECOME SEVERELY DISRUPTIVE TO LEARNING THEY CHANGE THEIR COLOR FROM BLUE TO YELLOW AND A NOTE, PHONE CALL TO PARENTS, OR A PARENT CONFERENCE MAY BE REQUESTED. IF THE STUDENT HAS INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR AFTER SEVERAL WARNINGS AND COLOR CHANGES, THEY CHANGE THEIR COLOR FROM YELLOW TO RED AND A PARENT CONFERENCE WILL BE REQUIRED

AS WELL AS AN OFFICE REFERRAL BASED ON THE LEVEL OF THE OFFENSE. CONDUCT SCALE WILL BE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE BI-WEEKLY HOMEWORK SHEET AND SHOULD BE SIGNED DAILY. CONDUCT EXPECTATIONS FOR EACH 9 WEEKS CONDUCT EXPECTATIONS: WORK HABITS: 1. USES TIME WISELY S= 0-5 MARKS 2.

LISTENS ATTENTIVELY N=6-8 MARKS 3. FOLLOWS DIRECTIONS 4. PARTICIPATES 5. COMPLETES HOMEWORK

6. WORKS INDEPENDENTLY U= 9 & UP *6 MARKS TOTAL IN ANY CATEGORY EQUALS AN N IN CLASSROOM CONDUCT *9 MARKS TOTAL IN ANY CATEGORY EQUALS A U IN CLASSROOM CONDUCT *1 DISCIPLINE NOTE TO THE OFFICE WILL BE AN AUTOMATIC N IN CLASSROOM CONDUCT. *2 OR MORE DISCIPLINE NOTES TO THE OFFICE WILL BE AN AUTOMATIC U IN CLASSROOM CONDUCT. SOCIAL BEHAVIORS: 1.

DISPLAYS A POSITIVE ATTITUDE 2. RESPECTS AUTHORITY 3. RESPECT OTHERS 4. WORKS WELL WITH OTHERS BEHAVIOR AND REPORT CARDS STARTING THE 1ST NINE WEEKS THE STUDENTS WILL

RECEIVE NUMERICAL GRADES: 90-100% EXCELLENT PROGRESS A 80-89% GOOD PROGRESS B 75-79% WORK IS OF AVERAGE QUALITY C 70-74% WORK IS OF POOR QUALITY D BELOW 70% FAILURE F EACH SUBJECT, (MATH, READING, LANGUAGE ARTS, SCIENCE, AND SOCIAL STUDIES), WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF 7DAILY GRADES AND/OR QUIZZES AND 3 MAJOR GRADES EACH NINE WEEKS. EVERY SUBJECT WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF 10 GRADES ON EACH REPORT CARD. THE REPORT CARD GRADE IN EACH SUBJECT WILL REFLECT A WEIGHT OF 70% DAILY GRADES AND QUIZZES AND 30% MAJOR GRADES. SOCIAL CONTRACTS

During the first week of school, the students will create a class social contract that states how they have agreed to act in the class as well as in the school. . HUSKY BUCKS Students are able to earn husky bucks for good behavior in the classroom and throughout the school. Students can also loose husky bucks for not following directions, but can earn those bucks back. At the end of every week, the students can turn in their husky bucks to their

teacher in order to earn different rewards. Treasure Box $30 Stinky Feet $15 Lunch with a friend $25 Extra Computer Time $30 Lunch with the teacher $50 HW pass $75 HUSKY HANGOUT At the end of every nine weeks, the students can earn husky hangout for having the Letter S on all sections of conduct on their report card. Husky hangout is a nice time for all of the students to celebrate their good behavior throughout the

nine weeks with the grade level. They will play games, watch movies, or have a technology game REPORT CARD CONFERENCES PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES WILL BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 8TH, 9TH & 10TH . ALL PARENTS MUST ATTEND THE CONFERENCE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE YOUR CHILDS REPORT CARD. WE WILL BE SENDING HOME INFORMATION AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER FOR YOU TO PICK A TIME AND DATE USING SIGN UP GENIUS. NOVEMBER 9TH AND 10TH WILL BE EARLY RELEASE DAYS. DISMISSAL WILL BE AT 11:30 A.M. AFTER LUNCH. SUCCESS ASSEMBLIES -PERFECT ATTENDANCE: STUDENTS ARE PRESENT EACH DAY OF THE NINE

WEEKS WITH NO MORE THAN 1 TARDY. TO GET PERFECT ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR, THE STUDENTS MUST BE PRESENT EACH DAY AND HAVE 4 TARDIES OR LESS. -A HONOR ROLL: STUDENTS HAVE ALL AS FOR ACADEMIC SUBJECTS. TO RECEIVE THIS AWARD FOR THE YEAR, THE STUDENTS HAVE TO OF HAD ALL AS FOR ALL FOUR 9 WEEKS. FIRST GRADE STUDENTS MUST BE ON THE EXPECTED READING LEVEL FOR THE NINE WEEKS IN ORDER TO EARN THE AWARD. -A/B HONOR ROLL: STUDENTS HAVE ANY COMBINATION OF AS AND BS FOR ACADEMIC SUBJECTS. THE STUDENTS MUST HAVE AT LEAST ONE A. FIRST GRADE STUDENTS MUST BE ON THE EXPECTED READING LEVEL IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THIS AWARD. -CITIZENSHIP AWARD: ONE BOY AN ONE GIRL ARE SELECTED FOR THIS AWARD. THE GUIDELINES ARE BASED ON THE CHARACTER TRAITS FROM THE TRUST INITIATIVE. 1ST 9 WEEKS: HONESTY & RESPECT, 2ND 9 WEEKS: RESPONSIBILITY & POSITIVE ATTITUDE, 3RD 9 WEEKS: HIGH EXPECTATIONS & DISCIPLINE, 4TH 9 WEEKS: INTEGRITY & LIFE LONG LEARNER -LEAD HUSKY: STUDENTS MUST HAVE ALL AS, ALL SS FOR WORK

HABITATS AND CONDUCT, AND NO ABSENCES OR TARDIES. VISITORS TO HUBENAK WHEN VISITING HUBENAK, PLEASE BE SURE THAT YOU ONLY ENTER THROUGH THE FRONT DOOR. ALSO, YOU WILL NEED TO CHECK IN WITH THE FRONT DESK TO GET A NAME BADGE AND SIGN OUT. Cafeteria Students may charge meals up to the value of 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches or $15.00. A low balance reminder will be sent home to elementary students and an automated phone call will occur, for all students, when a negative balance appears on the

students account. If a student reaches a charge limit of $15.00, an alternate breakfast of a cereal and milk will be provided. During lunch service, a cheese sandwich and milk will be provided until the negative balance is paid or 5 alternate meals have been served. After 5 alternate meals, families should make other arrangements for meals during the school day. A la carte items are not available for charging. This policy will be consistent for all grade levels on all campuses. Parents can put funds on the student account prior to meal service. Payments can be made at the school cafeteria with cash or check. Also, payments can be made at www.parentonline.net. For further assistance, please contact Food Service at 832-223-0180. LUNCH & SNACKS

LUNCH SCHEDULE: 10:35-11:05 PLEASE FEEL FREE TO COME AND HAVE LUNCH WITH YOUR CHILD ANY DAY EXCEPT DURING STAAR TESTING DAYS. YOU WILL BE INFORMED WHEN THESE DAYS ARE. A SNACK TIME WILL BE A SET TIME EVERY DAY AFTERNOON AT 12:05 P.M. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD IS BRINGING A HEALTHY SNACK. PLEASE NO UTENSILS. THE TEACHER WILL NOT PROVIDE SNACKS. WATER IS THE ONLY DRINK ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOMS. ANY SNACK WITH PEANUT PRODUCTS IS NOT ALLOWED. CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SHARE FOOD. LIBRARY

Students in K-2 will come to the library once a week to check out books. Every other week there will be a short library lesson. The RAZ-Kids Reading Incentive program is used in K-2 to encourage students to read on a daily basis. Students who listen to , read and take a quiz for 150 books will be invited to the Ice Cream Party on May 1st. This is a library event. For other Library events please visit the Library page. LIBRARY PROCEDURES STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO KEEP THEIR

LIBRARY BOOKS IN THEIR BACKPACK SO THAT THEY HAVE THEM AT SCHOOL ON THEIR LIBRARY DAY. STUDENTS WHO FORGET THEIR LIBRARY BOOKS ON THEIR ASSIGNED LIBRARY DAY WILL HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL THE NEXT REGULARLY SCHEDULED ROTATION DAY TO CHECK OUT A NEW BOOK. SPECIALS MUSIC P.E. GYM (MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD WEARS TENNIS SHOES THEY WILL HAVE P.E. 3 TIMES A WEEK.) ART COMPUTER LAB SPECIALS

SPECIALS ROTATION: -THE SPECIALS CLASSES WILL BE ON A ROTATION EACH WEEK. SPECIALS CONSIST OF ART, MUSIC, PE, AND COMPUTER LAB. -THE WEEKLY SPECIAL SCHEDULE WILL BE FOUND ON THE MUSIC, PE, AND HUBENAK WEBSITES. -PLEASE BE SURE THAT YOUR CHILD WEARS TENNIS SHOES TO PE. -PE, ART, AND MUSIC GRADES AND CONDUCT ARE SEPARATE FROM THE CLASSROOM GRADES. COMPUTER LAB CONDUCT AND LIBRARY CONDUCT WILL COUNT TOWARD THE CLASSROOM CONDUCT GRADE. PE POLICIES MEDICAL EXCUSES - IF A STUDENT NEEDS TO BE EXCUSED FROM PARTICIPATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR MEDICAL REASONS, A WRITTEN EXCUSE FROM THE PARENT MUST BE PROVIDED IF THE STUDENT IS TO BE

EXCUSED FOR 2 OR LESS DAYS. IF A STUDENT IS TO BE EXCUSED FROM PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR MORE THAN 2 DAYS, PLEASE PROVIDE A WRITTEN EXCUSE FROM THE DOCTOR. PLEASE REFER TO THE ELEMENTARY PARENT HAND BOOK. APPROPRIATE SHOES ON DAYS WHEN YOUR CHILD HAS PE, IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT YOUR CHILD WEARS FLAT, RUBBER-SOLED, TENNIS SHOES THAT ARE FIXED FIRMLY ON THEIR FEET, COVER THE ENTIRE FOOT, AND DO NOT LEAVE SCUFF MARKS ON THE FLOOR. YOUR CHILD WILL BE RUNNING, JUMPING, AND DOING VARIOUS OTHER PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES IN THEIR TENNIS SHOES. NOT ONLY IS THIS A HUGE SAFETY PRECAUTION AND A NECESSITY TO MAINTAIN THE GYM FLOOR, BUT IT IS ALSO PART OF YOUR STUDENTS PE PERFORMANCE GRADE. EACH TIME YOUR CHILD DOES NOT WEAR THE PROPER SHOES TO PE, HE/SHE WILL RECEIVE A MARK IN THE GRADE BOOK. THREE ONTENT EACH STUDENT GRADES WILL RECEIVE IN PE, TWO GRADES MUSIC

IN ART, MUSIC AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION: ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND CONDUCT. PERFORMANCE - MASTERY OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES WILL BE THE DETERMINING FACTORAND IN ASSIGNING ART PERFORMANCE GRADES. THREE GRADES WILL BE TAKEN DURING EACH 9-WEEK PERIOD. AT ANY POINT DURING THE GRADING PERIOD THAT THE STUDENTS GRADE FALLS BELOW AN S, HE/SHE WILL RECEIVE A PROGRESS REPORT THAT SHOULD BE SIGNED BY THE PARENT AND RETURNED PROMPTLY. PLEASE SEE PAGE 8 OF THE LCISD STUDENT HANDBOOK FOR SPECIFIC GUIDELINES REGARDING SPECIALS ASSESSMENT. CONDUCT - BEHAVIOR WILL BE USED TO DETERMINE THE CONDUCT GRADE. A STUDENTS SPECIALS CONDUCT GRADE IN PE, ART, AND MUSIC IS SEPARATE FROM THE CLASSROOM CONDUCT GRADE.

CONDUCT IN THE LIBRARY WILL BE REFLECTED IN THE CLASSROOM CONDUCT GRADE SPECIALS TEACHERS WILL COMMUNICATE CONDUCT MARKS WITH A WRITTEN NOTE THAT WILL BE STAPLED IN THE STUDENTS AGENDA. EACH NOTE SHOULD BE SIGNED AND RETURNED PROMPTLY. CONDUCT GRADES ARE ALIGNED WITH THE GRADE LEVEL POLICIES. THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Grades K - 2 = 0-2 notes N = 3 notes S U = 4+ notes Grades 3 - 5

S =0-1 notes N =2 notes U =3 BIRTHDAYS Birthday Treats Students may enjoy store bought birthday treats (i.e. cupcakes or cookies) the last 5 minutes of school. The students can eat their treat and then go home. Please inform your childs teacher before sending treats. Please do not bring birthday invitations to class. If you would like to be on a

class birthday list, please fill out our contact form on the computer before you leave. CAMPUS FACEBOOK PAGE JOE HUBENAK ELEMENTARY HAS A FACEBOOK PAGE. PLEASE CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM MS. PARKS AND MR. BAINBRIDGE THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO KEEP YOU INFORMED. MS. PARKS WILL ALSO MAKE CALLOUTS TO KEEP YOU INFORMED OF IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS. DRESS CODE Students are to wear a collared, plain, navy,

black, light blue, red, or white shirt. It can have a small logo on it. Sweatshirts and hoodies must be solid navy, light blue, red, white, or the Hubenak hoodie. Solid denim jackets are allowed. Hats and hoods must be removed in the building. Students may also wear an approved Hubenak shirt such as the PTA Hubenak T-shirt or the grade level shirt. Friday is our spirit day where children can wear their class T-shirt. DRESS CODE CONTINUED Students pants or skirts need to be denim, navy, or khaki. Jeggings are not allowed unless worn under a skirt. Athletic or sweat pant material is not an approved item Shorts or skirts must be no shorter than fingertip

length. Shoes must be safe for recess and physical education and must have backs. Flip-flops, backless shoes, etc. are not allowed. Extremes in hair styles; mohawks; psychedelic colors; lines, letters or designs shaved in the head is considered inappropriate. DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS FIRST OFFENSE-WARNING LETTER SECOND OFFENCE- SILENT LUNCH THIRD OFFENSE- RECESS ACTIVITY DETERMINED BY A TEACHER. FOURTH OFFENSE- AN ADMINISTRATOR WILL CALL PARENT. THIS WILL RESULT IN AN N IN THEIR OVERALL CONDUCT GRADE FOR

THAT NINE WEEKS GRADING PERIOD. DEVICES CELLULAR PHONES, TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICES, MP3 PLAYERS, CAMERAS, OR ANY OTHER TYPES OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE TURNED ON OR IN USE INSIDE THE SCHOOL BUILDING UNLESS BEING USED FOR SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES. CAMPUSES HAVE THE DISCRETION TO IDENTIFY APPROPRIATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICE USE. THE TIME FRAME FOR GRADES PRE-K-5 IS IMMEDIATELY UPON ENTERING THE SCHOOL BUILDING UNTIL EXITING THE SCHOOL BUILDING AT THE END OF THE DAY. PLEASE SEE THE DISTRICT HANDBOOK FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AND PTA

WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE 100% PARTICIPATION OF PARENTS VOLUNTEERING THIS YEAR. PLEASE TAKE TIME AFTER OUR MEETING TO SIGN UP TO HELP IN THE CLASSROOM. DONT FORGET TO JOIN PTA- A WELL SUPPORTED PTA ALLOWS FOR A BETTER ORGANIZED AND SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL COMMUNITY. WORKING HAND IN HAND FOR OUR CHILDREN. SIGN UP FOR PTA WILL BE IN THE CAFETERIA. ELEMENTARY PARENT HANDBOOK POSTED ON-LINE ON THE DISTRICT PAGE UNDER THE TAB-STUDENTS/PARENTSTHEN HANDBOOK AND POLICIES GREAT SOURCE OF INFORMATION THAT GOES INTO MORE DETAIL

BUS TRANSPORTATION IF YOU HAVE CONCERNS, PLEASE CONTACT TRANSPORTATION AT 832-223-0550. YOU CAN SEARCH YOUR BUS ROUTE AND STOP AT LCISD.ORG BUS DISCIPLINE BECAUSE SAFETY IS SO IMPORTANT, MISBEHAVIOR ON THE BUS OR AT THE BUS STOP CAN CAUSE A STUDENT TO LOSE BUS PRIVILEGES. VIOLATIONS ARE REPORTED TO THE PRINCIPAL AND PARENTS. FIRST REFERRAL-WARNING NOTICE GOES HOME.

SECOND REFERRAL- NOTICE GOES HOME-5 DAY BUS SUSPENSION THIRD REFERRAL- NOTICE GOES HOME-10 DAY BUS SUSPENSIONREQUIRED PARENT CONFERENCE. FOURTH REFERRAL- NOTICE GOES HOME- 20 DAY BUS SUSPENSION-REQUIRED PARENT CONFERENCE. FIFTH REFERRAL-NOTICE GOES HOME-BUS SUSPENSION FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. FIRST GRADE T-SHIRTS OUR CAMPUS THEME IS LEARNING TAKES YOU PLACES. FIRST GRADE WILL BE TRAVELING THROUGH SOUTH AMERICA. PTA WILL BE TAKING ORDERS FOR A 1ST GRADE T-SHIRT THAT CAN BE WORN ANY DAY WITH UNIFORM BOTTOMS. IN ADDITION, WE ARE ENCOURAGING THE 1ST GRADERS TO WEAR THIS SPECIAL SHIRT EACH FRIDAY TO SHOW OUR

TEAM SPIRIT AND ON OUR FIELD TRIP. PTA WILL BE SENDING INFORMATION IN THE NEAR FUTURE SO PLEASE CHECK YOUR BLUE HUSKY FOLDER. CONTACT INFORMATION LOURDES CARMONA [email protected] JENNY ALDRIDGE [email protected] EMILY RYALS [email protected] JESSICA ALANIZ [email protected] GENA EVANS [email protected] AMY NORDSTROM [email protected] THIS POWER POINT WILL BE EMAILED TO PARENTS TO SIGN UP ON OUR EMAIL LIST.

2017-2018 ESL Updates All Kinder-5th Grade LEP (Limited English Proficient) identified students will take TELPAS annually TELPAS consists of 4 domains Listening (Online- New this year!) Speaking (Online- New this year!) Reading Kinder & 1st Grade- Rated by classroom teacher 2nd 5th- Online Reading assessement Writing- Rated by classroom teacher

2nd grade is the first year a student can meet exit criteria from the ESL program in LCISD Parents are informed of the classification of their child by the end of the school year Questions? Contact Mandy Moreno ESL Lead at Hubenak Elementary [email protected] 832-223-2940 direct SPECIALS VIDEO HTTPS://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=5FTXXN-1MJC&F

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