Magee Friday Night News
September 28th, 2018
Don't forget, no school next Friday October 5th.
Friday Healthy Snacks
September 28th- Fall Fundraiser ends
October 4th- Mid Quarter reports go home
October 4th- No After School Resource
October 5th- NO SCHOOL DAY
October 8th- Fire prevention week
October 8th- Vision Screening week
October 9th- Tom Pease visits Magee
October 18th- PTO Family Bingo Night
October 22nd- Red Ribbon Week
October 26th- Conference slips go home
October 30th- Spooky Story Night 6:00-7:00
October 31st- Orange and Black Day
September Title 1 Tip What is Title 1 Reading?
Title 1 is a federally-funded, general education support program. The goal of Title 1 Reading is to provide extra reading help and instruction for struggling students.
• Title 1 instruction is specialized reading instruction that is provided through the cooperation of the classroom teacher and the Title 1 Reading teacher. This supplements classroom instruction.
• Supplemental Reading instruction with the Title 1 Reading teacher will be in small groups, three to five times weekly for approximately 20-30 minutes each session.
• Title 1 is a supplemental program. This can be illustrated as some students needing an “extra snack of reading” during their day. We identify students in need of assistance and offer them extra instruction. The “main course” of reading is not enough instruction for these students. Parents are contacted in order to begin the supplemental reading instruction with their child.
How can I get involved at Magee?
Magee Bingo Night (Thursday, October 18 @ 5:30PM)
Attend PTO Meetings (Thursday, November 15th @ 6:00 PM)
Watch for additional Family Nights throughout the year.
Halloween Celebrations at Magee
October 31st is "orange and black" day when students are invited to wear orange and black. Students may not wear costumes on October 31st.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me.
October Character Trait- Responsibility
To be fully prepared to participate as active, contributing members of our society and world our children need to learn to be responsible for themselves, others and the environment. This deeper level of responsibility or social responsibility includes an awareness and growing appreciation of our connectedness to and interdependence on each other and our environment.
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