Classroom Expectations and Daily Schedule

Daily Schedule

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

(7:45-8:10) Breakfast, Homework Check and Kid News
(8:10-8:50) Vocabulary and Phonemic Awareness
(8:50-9:00) Restroom Break
(9:00-9:40) Specials
(9:40-11:00) Reading
(11:00-11:35) Grammar
(11:35-12:15) Lunch
(12:15-12:25) Restroom Break
(12:25-1:15) Writing
(1:15-2:20) Math

(2:20-2:55) Interventions
(2:55-3:00) Clean up, Agendas and Homework
(3:00) Dismissal


(7:45-8:10) Breakfast, Homework Check and Kid News
(8:10-8:50) Vocabulary and Phonemic Awareness
(8:50-9:00) Restroom Break
(9:00-9:40) Every Other Week (Clubs)Reading
(9:40-10:30) Reading
(10:30-11:00) Writing
(11:00-11:35) Grammar
(11:35-12:15) Lunch
(12:15-:12-:25) Restroom Break
(12:25-1:10) Math
(1:10-1:15) Clean up, Agendas and Homework
(1:15) Dismissal

Kid's At Hope and Teacher Pledges 

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Our Pledge   bullybully

At Sunridge we are a community of outstanding students, parents and educators and we will not accept bullying at our school. Our goal is to create a safe, caring, respectful school. We agree that it is everyone's responsibility to stop bullying. It is up to each of us to make sure that bullying does not happen.
We will:
*Treat other with fairness and respect.
*Find ways to help others join games and other activities.
*Speak out against bullying.
*Refuse to let others be bullied.
*Report bullying to an adult.
*Refuse to bully others.
*Be responsible bystanders who are part of the solution.
*Help others feel safe and comfortable at our school.

Homework Policy   homework

Late homework is NOT accepted! Students are expected to turn in daily homework assignments on time with 100% effort. With parents guidance and support, we can ensure that students are achieving to their full potential. As students enter into middle school and beyond, it's important to prepare our kids for today, tomorrow, and beyond. 

If you have a question or concern about any homework assignment, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am here to help you and your child. Remember, homework is not a punishment, but rather a review of key concepts that are essential for mastering them.