Raymond Cree Middle School

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Raymond
Cree Middle
School
Incoming 6th/7th Grade
Information NightAcademics
Welcome
Introduce yourself to your
neighbor
Tell them your name, your
feeder school, and your
child’s name
Academics and Our Kids
Annual Performance Index (API)- 3 year
trends with sub-groups
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
SCHOOLWIDE
755
744
749
EL
670
666
674
SPED
670
591
616
Annual Yearly Performance (AYP)percent proficient with sub-groups
ELA
SCHOOL-WIDE
MATH
479 / 51.5% 280 / 30.1%
EL
111 / 31.1%
66 / 18.5%
SPED
51 / 44.7%
32 / 28.3%
Elementary School
One teacher, one class of students
Literacy focus-English Language Arts
and Math
Concrete learning goals
Recess
Smaller school
Middle School
Multiple classes for students and
teachers
Four core content areas-English, Math,
Social Studies (8th), Science(8th)
Electives/Intervention
PE
Moving toward abstract learning goals
Transitioning from Elementary to
High School
6th grade academy
7th/8th grade schedules
Zoned areas for each grade level
Two Lunches-7th/8th and 6th
Electives
6th graders choose from band, choir, or
an elective wheel (PA or not)
Beginning next year, our 7th and 8th
grade electives will be articultated with
the High School (Spanish, Digital
Media)
Intervention classes
Turn to your neighbor..
What is one question you have right
now?
Grades
A-100%-90%-Like a 5 on the CST’sAdvanced
B-80%-89.9%-Like a 4 on the CST’sProficient
C-70%-79.9%-Like a 3 on the CST’s-Basic
D-60%-69.9%-Like a 2 on the CST’s-Below
Basic
F-Below 60%-Not Passing
Report cards and
Progress reports
Six reports
Report Card-Permanent grades-at the
end of each of three trimester
-October
-February
-April
Progress reports at the mid-point of
each trimester
Honor Roll
Grade Point Average-GPA
Principal’s Honor Roll-4.0 GPA
Honor Roll-3.5 or higher GPA
Academic Achievement-3.0-3.49 GPA
8th Grade Honors Dessert-All A’s is any
subject area for all 3 years at Cree
Trimester Rewards Criteria
No F’s
11 or fewer tardies
No Out f School Suspension
Community Service and Tutoring
Getting Ready for High School
CST scores are the number one
determinant of a student’s high school
schedule.
Preparing for a college prep high school
schedule.
Intervention is available during the
school day and after school
High School Lingo
A-G (A through G)-these are the
requirements to get into a UC/CSU
Middle School mirrors A-G-English,
Math, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts
CAHSEE-Cay-see/cah-see-Students
must pass both the English and Math
portions of this exam to earn a diploma.
GATE vs. Honors vs. AP
GaTE Clusters
Honors, AP and weighted grades
Too Many Tests!
CELDT-Sept
OLSAT-January
CST Mirror-March
CST April/May (Writing Feb/Mar)
6th Algebra Readiness, 7th grade CST
mirror
7th Algebra Readiness
8th CAHSEE Blueprint
Too Many Tests!
CST-9th-11th
CAHSEE-10th
PSAT-11th
SAT-11th and 12th
SAT SUbject Area- 12th
ACT-11th and 12th
AP-10th through 12th
ASVAB-12th
What are your hopes for
your child?
It all begins in Middle School
Resume
Recognitions
Good Habits-Agendas, organized
backpack, supplies
Stay Connected
New website www.rcmsmatadors.com
Zangle Parent/Student Connect
email: first initial, last [email protected]
[email protected]

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