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School Dismissal Procedures:

We implemented new school dismissal procedures on Monday, October 1.  There are two designated areas: gates on each side of the flagpole and the kindergarten playground as student pickup & sign out areas, at Main Street entrance.  One designated area: the cafeteria as the student pickup & sign out area, at the Bus Loop/Parking Lot entrance.
Parents/guardians are to sign their name on a teacher’s school dismissal form to document their child is with the appropriate parent/adult. An ID may be required if the parent/guardian is unknown to the dismissal teacher.
If another adult is going to pick up a child, a note has to be sent from the parent of the change. The new adult will have to show an ID.  If there is no ID, the child will not be dismissed.
Please call with notice of changes before 2:30 PM.
There will be no early student dismissals after 2:50 PM, unless it’s an emergency.
STUDENT WALKERS: Parents are required to put in writing the dates and location where their child is walking to after school.  Student walker requests need to be forwarded to and filed with the principal’s office.
We ask for your continued patience as we work with our new school dismissal procedures.  Extra staff will assist with student dismissal areas.  Please direct questions to your child’s teacher or to Mr. Hart, Principal.
 
Safety and accountability of all Rowe Elementary students is our top priority.
 

 

REMINDER OF SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS:

 

  • No student is to arrive at school until 8:30AM. (hardship case contact Mr, Hart to make arrangements)
  • Please do not dismiss your child before 3:05 unless they have an appointment.
  • Students are not allowed to use cell phones in school during school hours. Student cell phones will be stored in a safe place in their teacher's classroom.
  • Students are not permitted to wear hoods or hats in the school building, with the exception of Student/Staff Theme days.
  • Students are not to bring soda, coffee or fruit punch drinks to school.  As a 5-2-1-0 health school, we ask for your assistance.  Please send water to school with your child, as it is the healthiest option.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

School-wide Goals  - Rowe Elementary

District-wide Goals:
> Math:
95% of K-6 teachers will participate in PD sessions and report the ways in which they have shifted their practice in a brief survey mid-year and at the end of the year.
100% of K-6 teachers will collect student work samples and enter data into a district database for summative assessments.

> Reading:
75% of K-6 students who take the Teachers College Assessment will meet proficiency levels for their grade level.  (Currently 68% meet)

> Behavior:
98% of PreK-6 teachers will name a minimum of 3 new strategies that they have implemented to manage student behavior over the course of FY 17-18, rating the impact each had on the targeted behavior.

> New Teachers:
100% of new teachers will engage in professional development that provides the core expectations of the district for curriculum and teaching standards, as well as supports the needs of new staff.
75% of new teachers will rate the support they received as effective.

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Goals Specific to Rowe:
> Writing:
80% of students will make 1 year’s growth and/or meet the grade level benchmark in writing.

> Data Collection, including Special Education:
100% of teachers will collect student reading and writing data on ALL students who participate in some form of state testing, and input the data into the profile sheets. Reading data is collected each trimester. Writing data is collected in the fall and in the spring.

> Working Together to Support our Students:  (Accountability Report)
100% of grade level intervention meetings will be held each trimester
85% of teachers will participate in a peer visit and report on the learning they gained

 
                                                         Dates and events are subject to change!