Ms. Sally Schultz
5th Grade Teacher
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I graduated from Catawba College in 2009 with a B.A. in Elementary Education. This is my second year at Hanford Dole and I am so excited to be working with the 5th grade students. I look forward to the continued growth over the remainder of the year!
7:30am-8:00am- Students arrive, breakfast, morning work
8:00am-8:30am- Accelerated Reading8:30am-9:15am-ELA
Students will have homework every night, Monday-Friday. Homework will be written on the assigned board for the entire week which children are expected to write in their agenda every day. Homework is located in their homework folders where they will check daily. All homework is to be turned into the designated location first thing each morning. Homework that is not completed for the week will result in silent lunch and students will be required to complete the work during lunch or recess.
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Accelerated Math and Accelerated Reading:
Students will participate in our Accelerated Math (AM) and Accelerated Reading (AR) Programs throughout the year. Children will have goals in which they will strive to meet. Progress will be tracked weekly by the teacher and student.
Students are required to write their homework in their agenda daily. Parents and/or guardian(s) need to sign the agenda every night. The agendas will be checked by the teacher daily. Please note any changes in transportation as well as appointments.
Students will earn a “dollar” for good behavior, hard work, and positive attitudes. At the end of the week children will put their name on their “dollars” which will be collected by the teacher. The teacher will select 10-15 names, those children will have the opportunity to go to the treasure box to pick a special treat. Every day, all students will complete a behavior reflection for the day, scoring themselves 1-4 on the rubric for each subject area. If there are negative behavior issues, students will receive a warning, after 5 warnings, the child will be responsible for completing a behavior reflection worksheet for homework which must be signed by parents/guardian(s).