Berta Palacios Library Newsletter

2nd Six Weeks 2017-2018

P-SJ-A Reading Laureate Program

The PSJA Laureate Program Reading degrees can be earned based on the student

Accelerated Reader word count.

The program is named the "YOU" of Reading.

Deadline to earn degrees: Friday, April 13, 2018.

Reading Degrees

1st Grade

PSJA A.R. High School Diploma-100,000 Word Count & 85% Avg.

2nd Grade

PSJA A.R. Associates Degree-250,000 Word Count & 85% Avg.


3rd Grade

PSJA A.R. Bachelor's Degree-500,000 Word Count & 85% Avg.


4th Grade & 5th Grade

PSJA A.R. Master's Degree-1,000,000 Word Count & 90% Avg.

PSJA A.R. Doctorate's Degree-2,000,000 Word Count & 90% Avg.

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P-SJ-A Reading Laureate Reading Degrees 2017-2018

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PSJA A.R. High School Diploma-100,000 Word Count & 85% Avg.

Jose I. Gallardo

Julyan Gonzales

Rebecca B, Valdez

Dulce M. Palacios

Devany Moreno

Jaime E. Hernandez

Alejandro Alba

Destiny A. Solis

Alexa A. Perez

Eva F. Uresti

Efrain A. Matamoros

Denisse De Santiago

Darius L. Sieng

Yarely M. Perez

Marla B. Rodriguez

Dominique K. Barajas

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PSJA A.R. Associates Degree-250,000 Word Count & 85% Avg.

Jose I. Gallardo

Julyan Gonzales

Rebecca B, Valdez

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PSJA A.R. Bachelor's Degree-500,000 Word Count & 85% Avg.


Jose I. Gallardo

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Palacios Elementary

2017-2018

1st Six Weeks Top AR Word Count Students

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1st Grade

Fatima Ortiz

Arely G. Rodriguez

Luis Perales

Angelina Becerra


2nd Grade

Caitlin S. De Los Santos

Domenik A. Chavarria

Markell Rodriguez


3rd Grade

Christian Uresti

Keylly M. Rodriguez

Jose A. Lopez


4th Grade

Efrain A. Matamoros

Jennifer Adame

Julyan Gonzalez


5th Grade

Alexis A. Becerra

Yarely M. Perez

Jose Gallardo

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Panther Vocabulary Parade

October 27, 2017

The Palacios Vocabulary Parades were held on Friday, October 27, 2017 at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. The vocabulary parade idea came from Debra Frasier, author of the book, Miss Alaineus, A Vocabulary Disaster. In the story, a student confuses the word "miscellaneous" for the name Miss Alaineus. The student turns an embarrassing mistake into a winning costume in the school's vocabulary parade.

Students at Palacios Elementary selected a word to depict in a visual representation. Parents assisted the students in creating a visual depiction of the word in a costume format. Thank you parents for your help and encouragement. We had 95 percent participation. This was a great job done by our students, parents and teachers!

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Vocabulary Parade Judges

Mr. Jesse Vela, PSJA School Board Member

Mr. Ronnie Cantu, PSJA School Board Member

Ms. Yanira Ramos, Intern- South Texas College Student

Ms. V. Montanez, Headstart Center Manager

Thank you!

Thank you all for participating as judges. Our Vocabulary Parades were very successful with your awesome help.
Thank you to all the Palacios teachers and staff in this grand effort for a successful event.

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Palacios Vocabulary Parade

Oct. 27, 2017

Panther Vocabulary Parade Winners

Panther Vocabulary Parade

Kinder-2nd

Mizael Sosa-Circle (J. Farias)

Andrea Ochoa-Rainbow (J. Gonzalez)

Natalie Sosa-Cone (Kinder-M. Gonzalez)

Angel Delgado-Circle (Kinder-A. Lopez)

Anthony Alvarez-Clouds (Kinder-R. Rangel)

Jorge Regalado-Scientist (Kinder-E. Valdez)

Abran Olvera-Punctuation (1st-G. Covarrubia)

Ariadna De La Rosa-Below (1st-L. Enriquez)

Jacqueline Villa-Penny (1st-M. Pizano)

Roosevelt Valdez-Text Feature (1st-H. Salazar)

Sophia Becerra-Lesson/Moral (2nd-C. Hinojosa)

Cesar O. Carlos-Rain Gauge (2nd-J. Rodriguez)

Alexa Cano-Quadrilateral (2nd-S. Rodriguez)

Panther Vocabulary Parade

3rd-5th

Bridgeth Aleman-Subtract (3rd-E. Lopez)

Eduardo Salas-Landforms (3rd-A. Ortiz)

Matthew Archer-Prism (3rd-J. Valdez)

Jaedsa Salazar-Float (4th-L. Mendoza)

Damar Piñera-Product (4th-L. Noriega)

John Villa-Vertex (4th-S. Villarreal)

David Garza-Solitary (5th-S. Castro)

Delilah Labastida-Energy (5th-M. Chavez)

Alexa Perez-Molecules (5th-B. Martinez)

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Fiction vs Nonfiction

110.14. English Language Arts and Reading (8) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Fiction.

(9) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Literary Nonfiction.

110.14. English Language Arts and Reading (8) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Fiction. Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Fiction. Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding. (9) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Literary Nonfiction. Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the varied structural patterns and features of literary nonfiction and respond by providing evidence from text to support their understanding. Students are expected to explain the difference in point of view.

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MackinVIA

"MackinVIA is a complete eResource management system providing easy access to eBooks, audiobooks and educational databases. With just one login, users can view, utilize, and manage all of their eResources. Further, MackinVIA allows simultaneous, unlimited access to multiple users and is mobile friendly."

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Palacios Library Statistics

Top Patron Statistics-2nd Six Weeks

Top Patron Statistics


Circulations

1. Gonzalez, Romina Zoe 42

2. De Santiago, Daniel 34

3. Rodriguez, Keylly Marie 32

4. Uresti, Christopher 31

5. Moreno, Devany 27

6. Rodriguez, Arely Gisselle 27

7. Garza, Ayden Drake 26

8. Hernandez, Jacob 26

9. Salinas, Christopher Eduardo 26

10. Matamoros, Efrain Agapito 25

Top Homeroom Statistics-2nd Six Weeks

Homeroom Total Circulations


1. Valdez, Juan 3rd - 336

2. Sandra Rodriguez 2nd -315

3. Mendoza, Lucila 4th - 260

4. Lopez, Edith 3rd - 250

5. Hinojosa, Cynthia 2nd - 242

6. Noreiga, Lorena 4th - 232

7. Villarreal, Sylvia 4th - 197

8. Ortiz, Ana 3rd - 159

9. Martinez, Bianca 5th -143

10. Rodriguez, Jeanette 2nd -133

Total Words Read

1,299,647 Words Read

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