Greetings Eagle Rock Elementary & Magnet Center Families,
We hope this communication finds you well and that the seventh week of school has been a productive one for students and teachers alike. As we embark on this crucial phase of the academic year, we would like to provide you with an important update regarding the mid-reporting period and our instructional focus on writing.
Midpoint Reporting Period As we approach the midpoint of the quarter we are conducting a thorough assessment of each student's progress toward grade-level standards. The mid-reporting period serves as an opportunity for us to evaluate academic performance, identify areas of strength, and address any concerns that may have arisen.
It is important to note that our primary goal is to ensure that every student is making adequate progress and thriving in their education. We understand that each child learns at their own pace and has unique strengths and challenges. Therefore, our assessments are designed to provide a comprehensive view growth and progress, allowing us to tailor our instruction to meet individual needs effectively.
Instructional Focus on Writing In preparation for the Smarter Balanced Assessments in the spring, we have placed a strong emphasis on developing student writing. Effective writing is a fundamental tool that not only demonstrates understanding of subject matter, but also enhances critical thinking, communication, and self-expression.
Our skilled educators have implemented strategies and instructional practices that promote writing proficiency across all grade levels. Through engaging lessons, targeted feedback, and ongoing support, we are equipping students with the necessary tools to excel in written expression and succeed in the upcoming assessments this spring.
Parental Involvement We firmly believe that a strong partnership between parents, teachers, and the school is essential for the holistic development of our students. We kindly request parents and guardians to actively engage in their child's education by:
Encouraging regular writing practice at home.
Monitoring their progress and offering support when needed.
Attending parent-teacher conferences and maintaining open lines of communication with teachers to discuss their child's performance and growth.
Together, we can create an environment that fosters academic success and unlocks the full potential of each student. We extend our deepest appreciation to our dedicated staff for their tireless efforts in providing a quality education to our students. Your commitment and passion are instrumental in shaping their future.
Thank you for your continued support. We are confident that with our collective efforts our students will thrive and achieve great success. Warm regards, Mr. Baez Coffee With the Principal We will hold our monthly Coffee With the Principal on Wednesday, September 27th at 8:15 a.m. in the coordinator's office. We will discuss our safety plan and other pertinent information. Dine-Out for ERE @Chop Stop The PTA will be holding the monthly Dine-Out for ERE at Chop Stop this Thursday, September 28th to raise funds for ERE. Take a break from cooking and join your ERE friends at Chop Stop. See you there! Chop Stop 601 N Glendale Ave. Glendale, CA 91206 Spirit Assembly Our next Spirit Assembly will be this Friday, September 29th at 8:10 a.m. Please join us to celebrate the students. We hope to see you there! Mid-Reporting Period Notices Mid-reporting period notices will be distributed to students who are not making adequate progress toward the grade-level standards. This is an opportunity for parents to know how their children are doing both in language arts and in math. The notices will be sent home starting on September 29th. If your child receives a notice, please reach out to your child’s teacher for further information regarding your child’s academic progress. Call Out for Volunteers for the Annual Fall Festival Our fall festival will be held on Friday, October 27th, 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. This is an opportunity to support your child by volunteering and helping out with booths, set-up, clean up, tickets, and much more! Please reach out to your child's teacher, Mr. Franke (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call the main office to get involved. 323-254-6851. Makeup Picture Day Please mark your calendar if you missed our picture day. We will have a makeup picture day on Monday, November 6th. Please let us know if your child will need to take their picture.
MISSION STATEMENT The teachers, administrators, staff, and parents of Eagle Rock Elementary will work together to provide an educational environment that promotes dignity and respect for diversity. We strive to provide equal access for all students to an engaging, research and standard-based instructional program, resulting in students reaching their maximum potential.
VISION STATEMENT The Vision of Eagle Rock Elementary is to implement a research and standards-based instructional program that provides a positive, nurturing climate that stimulates maximum academic and social growth; inspires appreciation and respect for diversity; and empowers all children to be lifelong learners and successful, active participants in the changing society.
Parents who are interested in volunteering can reach out to Ms. Nancy Lopez, our Community Rep. via email or call the main office. email@example.com 323-254-6841 Ms. Lopez will help you get all the necessary documents ready. All volunteers can begin by collecting and submitting the following:
Upload proof of COVID-19 vaccine to the Daily Pass. If you don’t have a Daily Pass you will need to set one up via the Parent Portal.
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