zero period pe - Kastner Intermediate School

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THUNDERBIRDS
WELCOME TO
KASTNER
INTERMEDIATE
SCHOOL
AGENDA FOR TONIGHT
 Information about registration
process
 Bell Schedule for 2014-15
 Introduction to the Kastner
Experience
 Answer your questions
REGISTRATION EVENTS
 6th Grade Rally at Kastner Intermediate –
Friday, March 21st
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Information / Course Descriptions
Registration Forms will be sent home this date
Presentation by all visual and performing arts
Tour of campus
 School Site Registration – forms due to 6th
grade teacher by the day of your school’s
registration visit
REGISTRATION
All students will be enrolled into:
 Academic Block (ELA & History)
 Science
 Math
 PE
 Elective
REGISTRATION
ELECTIVES:
 Choral Music
 Instrumental Music
 Colorguard
 Strength and Conditioning
 Academic Seminar
 Elective Wheel (random cycle of two electives)
 Leadership (application)
 AVID (teacher recommendation)
ELECTIVE WHEEL
Two semester courses depending
on elective period:
 Art
 Ceramics
 Drama
 Exploring Tech
ZERO PERIOD PE
 Zero Period PE – Performing Arts
ONLY
may take two music
electives and Zero Period PE
 Students
 Starts at 6:45 am
 PARENT PERMISSION REQUIRED –
SIGNATURE REQUIRED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM
MATH PLACEMENT
 7th grade math courses, Math 7 and
Advanced Math 7
 Advanced Math placement based on
Math Placement Test score
6th Grade math benchmarks
Grades in math
Teacher Input
ADVANCED SCIENCE PLACEMENT
 Placement Test Optional
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Elect on Registration form
Teacher input and scores on 5th grade CST are also
part of Advanced Science placement determination
 Advanced Science students must
participate in Science Fair or Science
Olympiad
TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION
 Every 7th grade student will have daily
access to laptops in AB classes as
needed for instruction (ONLY during AB
period).
 Students may bring their own laptops.
Storage during the day is available.
TECHNOLOGY
 Attend Laptop Information
Night:
March 24th @ Kastner
Intermediate
6:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
March 25
March 26
March 27
April
2
Reyburn Lecture Hall
Clark MPR
Granite Ridge MPR
Alta Sierra MPR
REGISTRATION EVENTS
 Registration Packet Pick-Up at Kastner
* Tuesday, Aug. 5 – Friday, Aug. 8
* 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. in the Library
 Pick-Up Schedule / ID Card /Purchase PE
Clothes, Yearbook , Spirit Packs, Spirit Wear
* Thursday, Aug. 14 at Kastner MPR
* A-G 3:00-4:00pm, H-O 4:00-5:00pm,
P-Z 5:00 – 6:00pm
REQUIREMENTS FOR
SCHEDULE PICK-UP
 All immunizations must be current
SEE SCHOOL NURSE FOR REQUIREMENTS!
 All financial obligations must be
cleared
 MUST BE IN DRESS CODE
STUDENT ACTIVITIES
STUDENTS CAN GET INVOLVED!
 WEB Day: Where Everyone Belongs
 CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS:
Student Government, Science Fair, Science
Olympiad, Robotics, Math Counts,
Folklorico, History Day & Lunch Activities
 Athletics
WEB - Where Everyone Belongs
 Every 7th grader will be invited to
attend WEB Day on Tuesday, Aug. 19
9:00-12:45 in the Gym.
 Invitation is in the Registration
packet to be picked up August 5-8.
ATHLETICS SPORTS
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Health Screening – required prior to
any participation in athletics
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May 14, 2014
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Clovis West High School – WEST Gym
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$ 25.00
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Screening forms provided
6:30 - 8:00 P.M.
PARENTS CAN GET INVOLVED!
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Parent Teacher Club – available at
Schedule Pick-up Night
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STAY INVOLVED, STAY IN TOUCH!
Ways to stay informed…
Website, Parent Connect, Email, Twitter,
Global Connect, Facebook, Daily Bulletin
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SAVEMART SHARES CARDS
TRANSPORTATION
 Busses outside of the 2.5 mile radius
 Community-funded busses – contact
your elementary school office
 City busses – School District does
not provide bus fare
DAILY SCHEDULE
 Monday, Tuesday & Friday:
 Period 1 begins at 7:40 A.M.
 Students attend all six period
 Dismissal at 2:25 P.M.
DAILY SCHEDULE
 Wednesday & Thursday –
Period 1 starts at 7:55 A.M.
 Wednesdays – Even classes only
 Thursdays – Odd classes only
 Dismissal at 2:25 P.M.
DAILY SCHEDULE
Four-Day School Weeks
 NO LATE-START DAYS
 Period 1 begins at 7:40 A.M.
 Students attend all six periods each
day
 Dismissal at 2:25 P.M.
Components of Time To Teach
Teach To’s
An opportunity to teach our students
how we want them to behave in our
classrooms and in our school. As a
team, WE MUST CREATE THE
ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH WE WANT
OUR STUDENTS TO LEARN.
Components of Time To Teach
Refocus
Turning a disruptive moment into a learning
moment. A “win-win” experience for both
student and teacher
a. Teacher continues teaching
b. Students continue learning
Q1. What was your behavior?
Q2. What did you want?
Q3. What will you do next time?
Q4. Are you ready to return to the routine of the
class?
STUDENT SERVICES & SUPPORT
Jim Stewart, Pat Ajamian, Victoria Garcia
 Reinforce Time to Teach model
 Reinforce school rules and Board
policies, including Dress Code (See
Parent Handbook)
 Oversee/Mediate Behavioral Issues,
including conflict resolutions and
Bully Contracts
STUDENT SERVICES & SUPPORT
 Homework Lab Attendance
 Attendance/Truancy/SARB process
 Lunch & After-school Detention
 Lunch Labs & other tutorials
 Reward good/improved behavior
Kastner Accolades
Schools To Watch (2008 – 2016)
California State Distinguished School (2012-2013)
California School Board Association Golden Bell
Award 2013
California Business for Education Excellence (CBEE)
2013 Honor Roll Star School
THANK YOU FOR COMING…
 Links available on our website for
your reference:
 This
Presentation
 Registration materials
 Parent / Student Handbook
 See you in August!!

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