August 25, 2017
Our Flight Pattern
Attendance Line: (513) 686-1756
IMPORTANT DATES FOR YOUR CALENDAR
August 28 - September 1 - MAP Testing (each team will test on a different day, homeroom teachers can provide details)
August 31 - 6th Grade Curriculum Preview Night 7:00 - 8:30 pm (see information below)
September 4 - No School - Labor Day
September 11-15 Parent Lunch Week - 11:00 am -12:30 pm
September 28 - Walkathon (more info to come)
Thank you to all of the parents who joined us for the Back to School PTO Coffee. We had an amazing turnout and a lot of parents were able to make new connections. The support from our PTO and community provides us with key resources to enhance the student experience at the Greene School.
VR in Art
Last year our PTO purchased the components for five virtual reality computers. During summer school students assembled and programmed them. Teachers are exploring the possibilities of taking students to another level of learning with these tools. Mrs. Herron (pictured here) is exploring how to create art work that we can print on our 3D printers!
5th Grade Curriculum Preview
Our 5th Grade Curriculum Preview Night was a success! Thank you to all who attended. One of our 6th Grade Student Council Core Leaders, Zachary O'Connell, did an amazing job talking to parents about 'What it means to be a Greene School student.'
VR in Art
6th Grade Curriculum Preview Agenda
Curriculum preview will begin with breakout sessions for families involved in the programs listed below.
6:20- 6:40 Mrs. Ryan's Advanced Language Arts
6:30-6:50 Reading and Math Intervention with Mrs. Belanger and Mrs. Bruck
6:40-6:55 Mrs. Ryan's Accelerated Math
6:40-6:55- Double Accelerated Math
6:40-6:55- Mrs. Burklow's Accelerated Math & Language Arts
At 7:00 PM, all families are invited to join us in the cafeteria for a presentation by Mr. Tudor of programs and initiatives for the upcoming school year. Following the presentation you will visit your child’s team of teachers.
From 8:05-8:30 our Band & Orchestra teachers will lead presentations.
We will have a shuttle running from Maple Dale Elementary from 6:30-8:45 pm.
PBIS for Parents - An Introduction
PBIS is here at Greene! PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. While your children may not be able to tell you that, they can certainly tell you about the “Four Be’s” at Greene School; Be Respectful! Be Responsible! Be Safe! and Be a Problem Solver!
These “Four Be’s” are recognized in every setting in the school day: classroom, hallway, restroom, cafeteria, playground and even on the bus! Every setting has a poster stating the expected behaviors in each setting. Your children are learning about each of these through videos, class discussion and role playing in the classrooms. Be sure to ask them about what they learned.
A big part of PBIS is that these expectations carry over into EVERY setting! No matter if your children are in school, on the bus, at the football game on Friday night or out in the community, those Aviator Expectations are the same. Each week in the Greene newsletter, we’ll be telling you a little more about PBIS, Aviator Expectations, how your children are acknowledged for expected behaviors and even how you can reinforce this at home. For now, be sure to ask about the lessons and find out if your child has received a “First Class Pass” yet! Stay tuned each week to learn more!
Parent Guides to the Ohio Standards
As your calendar starts filling up with parent meetings for the new school year, these Parent Guides to Student Success are a handy resource to keep at your fingertips!
Co-developed by the National and Ohio PTAs with input from The Ohio Standard, each guide offers parents an example of the standards and the knowledge and skills children will gain at each grade level, as well as activities they can do with each student to reinforce learning at home.
Visit the Aves Hanger!
Please visit our webpage for more information.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FALL 2017 Sycamore Positive Parenting Workshops
Sycamore Positive Parenting Workshops bring parents the best practices in youth development. Each week you will gain more manageable, effective parenting skills, including effective discipline. Classes will be taught by Sycamore teachers and parents and will cover several topics including:
Positive Parenting: Building on Strengths and Practical Tools
Creating Confident Kids: Building Grit, Curiosity and Resilience
Communication that Works: Listening and Setting Expectations
Deflecting Arguments and Setting Boundaries: Avoiding Power Struggles
The Discipline Difference: Effective Consequences and Consistency
What Kids Need to Succeed: Helping Our Students Maximize School Opportunities
The Sycamore Positive Parenting Workshops believe that every parent is a leader and can make a profound contribution in the life of their child. We look forward to working with you and hope you can join us for this interactive and fun class!
Tuesdays from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Sept. 26 - Oct. 24, 2017
Blue Ash Elementary School- University of Cincinnati Wing
Any Sycamore family parent or guardian.
Free! Childcare is also available at NO additional cost.
Monya Jones, Assistant Principal, Blue Ash Elementary: 513.686.1710; email@example.com
Emily Williams, ESOL Supervisor: 513.686.1700; firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshops are offered in English y en Español!
Thank you for your interest in Sycamore Positive Parenting Workshops!
We are excited to have you join us!
Pictures for the Yearbook
Calling all parents! Those cell phones take great pictures! When you capture a moment at the Greene School that you are proud of, PLEASE email the picture in its ORIGINAL SIZE to email@example.com.
At the music program, kids having fund together, walk a thon, carnival…as long as it is Greene students, pass it on so we can fill our yearbook with some great photos! Don’t wait til the end of the year! Email your photos right away! THANK YOU!!