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Title: Welcome to Open House! 2014-2015

Welcome to Open House!2014-2015
  • Teacher Ms. Cendoya
  • 5th Grade, Gifted

Support RKBBH K-8
  • The Book Fair is open all week. It will be open
    during the school day until 130. The Book Fair
    will reopen each day at 400 and close at 630.
  • Our class is scheduled to visit the Book Fair on
    Wednesday. Students should come prepared that
    day to make their purchases.
  • PTA
  • Become a PTA member, if you have not already done
  • PTA members
  • THANK YOU for all that you do for our

Snacks Water
  • Lunch is not until 1250 p.m. Students are
    allowed to have their snack after 1000 am.
  • The snack should be
  • Healthy and nutritious
  • Non-messy- easy to eat while working
  • Finger food
  • NO CANDY!!!
  • Each student should come to school with a water
  • The water fountain may be used to refill their
    water bottles when needed!

  • As per school rules, we DO NOT have birthday
    celebrations during the school day.
  • Students may bring in a snack for the class.
    The snacks must be individual (easy to pass out)
    sized and there should be at least 21.
  • Please DO NOT send cakes, cupcakes, or other
  • frosted treats.
  • All party invitations should be distributed
    outside of school unless the entire class is
    being invited.

Field Trips
  • We will be having several field trips this year.
    As I receive more information I will pass it on.
  • The music department is putting together a field
    trip in October for 5th grade students and middle
    school Orchestra students.
  • Teachers are the only chaperones attending this
    trip. SORRY!
  • If you are interested in volunteering to
    chaperone ANY other field trip you must register
    through the parent portal.
  • Please send me your volunteer once you have
    been cleared.

Important Reminders
  • Every effort should be made to have your child
    present in school, on time, and prepared to
  • Teaching and learning takes place from 835 am to
    305 pm.
  • Any moment missed and every interruption results
    in valuable learning time lost.

Doctors Appointment/Absence
  • When your child is absent, please send in a
    written absence excuse within 3 days of his/her
  • Make-up work is given to the students upon their
    return to school. It is the students
    responsibility to complete the missing work.
  • Please make every effort to schedule appointments
    for your child after school hours.

  • The school day begins at 835 SHARP.
  • Students should arrive by 820-825. Its
    beneficial for students success to arrive early,
    unpack and get settled for the day.
  • Special area classes begin at 835 and are not in
    the classroom.

  • Please send me a note or an email to request a
  • Conferences may be held in person or by phone.
  • Conference appointment times and/or dates will be
    discussed upon request.

Student Agendas
  • All homework MUST be written down in the
    students agenda.
  • Agendas are required be taken home and returned
    to school daily. It is the students
    responsibility to see that this is done.
  • Please check the agendas and make sure students
    are staying on track.
  • Students use their agendas to keep track of
    upcoming tests and projects.

  • Students are held accountable for their homework
    and homework is REQUIRED.
  • Homework is due at 835 and is considered late
    if turned in anytime after that.
  • Students should have approximately 1 hour of
    to daily homework, students must read for at
    least 30 minutes every day.
  • Students are REQUIRED to work in their Science
    notebooks (IAN) and complete assignments weekly.

  • I use both formative and summative assessments.
  • Some class work and most homework assignments are
    considered to be formative assessments and wont
    be used to determine grades. Formative
    assessments are used to help students improve by
    providing practice for students and guidance for
  • Summative assessments are used to measure student
    achievement and determine grades. These
    assessments will have a grade on them and that
    grade will be used towards the average on the
    report card.

SCIENCE FAIR coming VERY soon!!!
  • Students should start thinking about possible
    topics and ideas. Once the Science Fair project
    is assigned the due dates will come very quickly.
  • You can help your child by
  • planning ahead.

Class Website on TeacherWeb
  • Ms. Cendoya's Website
  • Important updates and information
  • Links Resources for students
  • Homework
  • Links / Documents for parents

5th Grade Curriculum
  • 5th grade Expectations- Document on TeacherWeb
  • Also, check out the students textbooks and
    notebooks to get a better idea of what we are and
    will be learning.

Baseline Assessment Datafor Ms. Cendoyas class
  • Reading- Class Average 56.52
  • Common Core type of assessment used
  • Math- Class Average 57.9
  • Common Core type of assessment used
  • Science- Class Average 66.59
  • FCAT 2.0 type of assessment
  • Writing Pre-test- coming soon (October)

Superintendents Open House Message 
  • 2014-2015 Message

Information from MDCPS
  • The next few slides contains information from
    MDCPS to be shared with parents at Open House.

The Florida Standards-MDCPS
  • New State Standards 2014-2015 School Year

MDCPS- The Florida StandardsWhy Are We Changing?
  • Emphasize success in college and careers
  • Prepare students with 21st century skills
  • Provide more rigorous content and application of
  • Place emphasis on critical and analytical
  • Establish clear, consistent guidelines for

MDCPS- The Florida StandardsWhat Subjects Are
  • Language Arts Florida Standards (LAFS) and
    Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS) provide a
    clear set of goals and expectations
  • Define what students should know and be able to
    do at each grade level kindergarten through
    grade 12

MDCPS- The Florida Standards What Do They Mean
For Teaching and Learning?
  • LAFS
  • Regular practice-complex text academic language
  • Reading, writing, listening and speaking grounded
    in evidence from text
  • Real-world applications
  • Build knowledge through content-rich text
  • MAFS
  • Deeper understanding of mathematical concepts
  • Builds habits of mind of productive mathematical
  • Real-world applications
  • Modeling with pictures technology, graphs,

MDCPS- The Florida StandardsWhat About the New
  • LAFS and MAFS will be assessed with the new
    Florida Standards Assessments (FSA)
  • Spring 2015 administration of elementary school
    assessments will include
  • English Language Arts (ELA) Grades 3-5
  • ELA Writing Component Grades 4-5
  • Mathematics Grades 3- 5
  • 5th grade will have Computer-Based Testing
    for all of these assessments

MDCPS- The Florida StandardsWhat About the New
  • LAFS and MAFS will be assessed with the new
    Florida Standards Assessments (FSA)
  • Spring 2015 administration of middle school
    assessments will include
  • English Language Arts (ELA) Grades 6-8
  • ELA Writing Component Grades 6-8
  • Mathematics Grades 6-8
  • Grades 6-8 will have Computer-Based Testing
    for all of these assessments

MDCPS- What Are the Standards and Assessments
For Science and Social Sciences?
  • 2008 Next Generation Sunshine State Standards
    (NGSSS) remain for science and social sciences
  • Science FCAT 2.0 Grades 5 and 8
  • Continues to be a paper based assessment.
  • Civics End-of-Course (EOC) Exam Grade 7
  • This is a computer based test.

MDCPS- The Florida StandardsHow May I Help My
  • Read different types of books and informational
    text with your child
  • Ask your child to find answers to questions in
    the text of books, newspaper articles, manuals,
  • Encourage your child to form and defend an
    opinion by supporting it with facts, details and
    reasons from text

MDCPS- The Florida StandardsHow May I Help My
Child? continued
  • Discuss mathematics ideas with your child have
    them explain these to you using pictures, graphs,
  • Visit the Florida Standards Assessment online
    portal at
  • www.fsassessments.org to become familiar with the
    new assessments.

  • Any general questions for the good of the group?
  • If you have a specific question about your child
    or would like me to know something in particular
    please contact me to set up a conference.

It is going to be a great year!!!
  • Thank you for your support!
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