The Roo Review
Your Winter Break Begins here! :)
M/W/F-Language of the Day (LOD) is Spanish
T/ Th-Language of the Day (LOD) is English
Monday December 14~
Latte in the Library Starts~!! Stop by!
Lesson Plans and Newsletters due
Tuesday December 15~
Pictures with Santa!
Safety Team meets after school
2nd Grade Music Program @ 6:30
Progress Reports go out
Wednesday December 16~
Everyone bring chips and your favorite dip to share!!
Vendor Gina the Jewelry Lady
Thursday December 17~
Geography Bee 9:00
Wright Singers go Caroling
Friday December 18~
PK-2 Sing A Long 8:30
3-6 Sing A Long 9:30
Parties start no earlier than 10:30
Dismissal @ 11:45, We will announce when you may leave
January 4-Return to School-Campus PD
January 5-Kiddos return!
January 6-College colors day!
January 7-6th Collaboration
January 8-RtI Meetings
January 13-PBIS team meets
January 14-Cici's night-6th grade teachers
January 14-5th and 1st collaboration
January 15-End of 3rd six weeks
January 15-RtI meetings
January 18-Student Holiday-Comp Day
Love and Logic-Problems with Warnings
Let's consider two different parents.
Jan's parents love her dearly. As a result, they are careful to be caring and consistent. When Jan misbehaves, they warn her of the consequences.
Because they love her and want to be fair, they provide another warning when she continues to misbehave. Since they know it's important to hold kids accountable, Jan's parents eventually provide a logical consequence when she ignores their warnings.
Mary's parents love her dearly. As a result, they are careful to be caring and consistent. When Mary misbehaves, they ask her to stop. If she continues to misbehave, they provide a consequence without additional warnings.
Jan believes that cause-and-effect doesn't become a reality until she has made two or three bad decisions.
Mary has learned that cause-and-effect becomes a reality after only one bad decision.
Repeated warnings create kids who may not survive in a dangerous world. That's why Love and Logic parents don't give them.