Raleigh Hills Newsletter
October 16, 2020
Dear Raleigh Hills Community,
I was reading an article this week that talked about sled dogs in the Iditarod. They love to run and they will run until they are completely exhausted. The handlers have to make the dogs rest because the dogs don't know how long the race is. They could become depleted well before the end of the race if the handlers don't force them to rest and take care of themselves. This makes me think of the race we are in with the pandemic right now. None of us know how long we will be in this. We don't know where the end is or what it will be like when we get there. However, I hope that we can all remind ourselves to take the rest we need so that we can keep going for the long haul.
Thank you for being there for your students. Thanks for listening to their frustrations and encouraging them to keep going. Be sure to help them rest and find joy along the journey so we can make it to the end of the pandemic together. We appreciate your partnership!
We got this,
Digital Citizenship Week - October 19-23
We are using our electronic devices and the internet more than ever. For work, for school and to stay connected with family and friends. This makes being safe online and balanced with our choices more important than ever. For ideas on how to do this check out the videos and activities on Raleigh Hills Technology’s Digital Citizenship page. https://sites.google.com/beaverton.k12.or.us/rhstech/digital-citizenship
Have fun and be safe! - Mrs. Williams
Every year students are considered for Talented and Gifted services in the Beaverton School District. These services are provided by your child's classroom teacher(s). Oregon law and District policy define gifted students as those who score at or above the 97th percentile on a standardized, nationally normed test of mental ability and/or academic achievement in reading and/or math. Behavioral, learning, and/or performance information is also considered before a student is identified for TAG services.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and our current reality of Comprehensive Distance Learning, our evaluation process will look different this year. We will administer in-person TAG testing after January 11, 2021. Until then, teachers will collect evidence on how your student responds to differentiation within their distance learning classroom. This evaluation may include: file reviews, teacher and student observations, a collection of work samples, and/or individual or group assessments. This process may take some time, but every effort will be made to complete the evaluation in a timely manner. Parents will be notified of their school’s in-person testing dates in January.
If you think your child might qualify for TAG services, you may wish to complete the Parent Information Form that is available in our school’s office. Completing this form gives our school TAG Committee more information about your child, but it is not required. All qualified students will be considered regardless of the form’s completion. Please complete and return the Parent Information Form to your child’s teacher.
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Second Chance for Student Directory
We will be publishing the student directory soon so please get your submissions in this week! Take this opportunity to get your students in the directory.
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