Mrs. Jasso

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

September

AR CORNER

Marking Period 1 August 17- October 23:

  • Who will meet or exceed their points goal?
  • Who will meet or exceed 90% accuracy?

FITNESS CORNER

Who will our TOP Runners for August and September be?

DISTINGUISHED ACCELERATOR READERS

September Wordmasters:

September Above and Beyond the Goal:

September Going for the Goal:

September Accuracy ACE:

DAILY HOMEWORK

1. Daily math practice

2. AR reading, 20 minutes

Marking Period 1: August 17 -October 30.

  • Students need to make sure they are completing their reading homework and taking AR quizzes.
  • Below are progress towards total point goals. Exceptions will be made for those that are reading lengthy chapter books for which they are showing the expected progress in reading.
  • DAILY HOMEWORKAug 21- - 9%
  • Aug 28 - 18%
    • Sep 4- 27%
    • Sep 11- 36%
    • Sep 18 - 45%
    • Sep 25- 55%
    • Oct 2- 64%
    • Oct 9- 73%
    • Oct 16- 82%
    • Oct 23- 91%
    • Oct 30-100%

REMINDERS TO STUDENTS

  • Bring daily folder every day
  • Please do your daily reading at night and follow up with your AR quiz when you are done with a book.

LINKS

AR Homeconnect

ELA

Math

Science

Social Studies

LEXIA CORE5

LEARNING TO TYPE

Have your child learn to type!

Dance Mat Typing

Dance Mat Typing

IMELDA JASSO LOCKER

California Missions 1

California Missions 2

Cyberbullying Family Tip Sheet PDF

Math by Topics Linked to Khan Academy Videos

Quotes for Opinion Writing

REMINDERS TO PARENTS

Please attend Back to School Night scheduled for August 27. The first session is at 6:00 and the second session is at 6:30. I look forward to meeting you and sharing important information.

Please monitor your child's daily reading. Ask them questions about what they read that night.

  • Who is/are the main character(s)?
  • What is the problem?
  • Did the events that you read about reveal something new about the characters?
  • Is the problem reaching its climax?
  • Is the problem reaching its resolution?
  • What point of view is the story written in? (1stperson, or 3rd person)
  • Did the author use anysimiles?