We have been talking the past few lessons about how our behaviors can have an impact on our ability to learn. Students have set individual goals on what they will start doing or stop doing to help them to be more effective learners. Ask your child about their goal.
Recent lessons have also been about the importance of the CRT. We have been talking about strategies that will help them to do well on our end-of-level testing. Students know that it is important for them to come to school on time during the next three weeks of testing. They know that they need to focus on getting a good night's rest and healthy meals. They know that they need to focus on doing their best, slowing down and taking their time, and using all they strategies they have been taught. Many students choose to do an art project called "Rock the Test," illustrating themselves as a "rocker" with at least three test-taking strategies. Stop by and check out some of our best rockers on our bulletin board by the library.
The Bully Hotline number is 801-784-8057. Students will be receiving wristbands with the number on them. If a student or parent decides to call in a report, it is important for them to leave their first and last name. This will help the administrators when they investigate the incident. It is also helpful if they know the name of the other people involved.
When you call the hotline, you will be asked to leave a message. The message you leave will then be texted to Dr. Wahlquist, Mrs. Seager, and Mrs. Beddes. The incident will then be investigated. Please review with your child the importance of using the hotline appropriately.