News and Information
2 - Father/Daughter Dance
5 - Professional Day for Staff - No School for Students
13-16 - Kindergarten Registration in the Office 9:00-11:00 AM and 12:00-2:30 PM
23 - End of Grading Period
29 - Report Cards Sent Home
27 - Mobile Dentist
30 - Spring Break Begins - No School
2-3 - Spring Break - No School
4 - Professional Day for Staff - No School for Students
11 - Kindergarten Screening
13 - Kindergarten Screening
16 - ABC Meeting
20 - Spring Carnival
25 - Interims Sent Home
30-May 4 - Right To Read Week
7 - Professional Day for Staff - No school for Students
9 - ABC Meeting
11 - Family Movie Night
21 - Kindergarten Graduation (1:30 PM)
23 - Field Day
24 - Last day for Students
25 - Last day for Teachers
PBISPBIS Stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Support. It's a process for creating a safer and more effective school environment. The Elementary School is encouraging our little tigers to be respectful, responsible, safe, and a learner. If our little tigers just "paws" to think, they'll be on their way.
Ohio's Third Grade Reading GuaranteeThe ability to read is the foundation of learning. Research shows that children who are not reading at a third-grade level by the end of grade 3 are likely to have trouble learning in all classroom subjects in higher grades. Struggling readers greatly benefit from their families' involvement and help at home. The following links will give you the information and tools you need.
Zero to ThreeZero to Three has a great new web portal with new graphics and resources to explain what we know about the word gap and as professionals how we can support parents, professionals, and policymakers, to support young children's learning of language.
Newton Falls Elementary GoalsTo improve Reading/Writing skills
To improve Math/Problem Solving Skills
To improve Behavior
CAFETERIA INFORMATIONBREAKFAST PROGRAM
Breakfast is available for all students in the cafeteria from 8:25-8:40 AM in the cafeteria. All students eating breakfast are to report directly to the cafeteria when entering the building. Cost is 50¢.
ELEMENTARY LUNCH SCHEDULE
2nd Grade and 3rd Grade:
Lunch Price is $2.25 (including milk)
Parent Guides to Student SuccessThe Ohio Standard is excited to introduce new Parent Guides to Student Success for English Language Arts and Mathematics. Co-developed by the National and Ohio PTAs with input from The Ohio Standard, each guide offers parents an example of the new standards and the knowledge and skills children will gain at each grade level, as well as activities they can do with each student to reinforce learning at home.
Parent and Family Links to KnowHome Safety Council
This national nonprofit organization, dedicated to preventing home related injuries, is the leading source for home safety tips, checklists and information about home fire safety, falls prevention, poison prevention, water safety, child safety, disaster preparedness, and other safety topics.
Smart Kids with LD
Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support to parents of children with learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorders. They offer a unique newsletter, website, and educational programs to help parents become successful advocates.
Tutor-Student Matching Service
This tutor-student matching service helps parents and students locate qualified local tutors quickly and cost effectively. Find tutors in all major academic disciplines, test prep, foreign languages, elementary education, computer software, special needs, corporate training, and sports/recreation subjects.
Under the Parents tab you'll discover Scholastic Parents, a great online source for the latest information and advice on learning/development, family life and school success.
Transitioning to Kindergarten: Online ResourcesGet Ready to Read
This early literacy program is designed to help parents and early child care providers ensure that young children are equipped with the fundamental skills necessary for learning to read. The site offers free resource, including early literacy activities, online games, checklists and a monthly newsletter.
National Center for Learning Disabilities
This online guide offers essential information about learning disabilities, early literacy and learning resources, support for adolescents and adults with LD, public policy and advocacy tools.
National Early Childhood Transition Center
The Center's mission is to examine factors that promote successful transitions between infant/toddler programs, preschool programs, and public school programs for young children with disabilities in their families.
The School Readiness Indicators Initiative
The initiative works with 17 states to develop a comprehensive set of school readiness indicators to inform public policy for young children and their families.
7 HABITSThe information below was taken from the book "The Leader in Me" by Stephen Covey
HABIT 1: BE PROACTIVE (You're in charge)
HABIT 2: BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND (Have a Plan)
HABIT 3: PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST (Work First, then Play)
HABIT 4: THINK WIN-WIN (Everyone can Win)
HABIT 5: SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD (Listen Before You Talk)
HABIT 6: SYNERGIZE (Together is Better)
HABIT 7: SHARPEN THE SAW (Balance Feels Best)
HEALTHY START HEALTHY FAMILIESThe Ohio Legislature in 2007 adopted measure to provide free health coverage to uninsured children through the state's Medicaid Program. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, many children who are eligible for this coverage remain uninsured. You can help get the word out.
Find out more about these programs here.
Useful Resources/LinksThe following links are useful tools to help you and your child in their education.
HELP SUPPORT OUR SCHOOLThe following programs are ways for you to help our school.