WELCOME TO THE UPPER DEPARTMENT
6th Grade Homework policy - leticia
Pioneer Day Volunteer Survey
Plastic Survey 2019
Yosemite Hike Choice Form
Yosemite Hike Research
Yosemite Student Form
This is a great way for students to have a choice about what to read about. Newsela comes up with new articles daily about sports, science, politics, media and kids. Students will need to choose an article and a lexile level. Either of the lower two lexile levels usually work. When they are done they should take a quiz to see how well they understand what they are reading.
For Dorene: Make sure you log off all of the google drive accounts first. Everybodies password is open456
For Levi: Everybody login user name : nameLevi2018 and password is fremont for example AsaLevi2018
PLEASE GO TO THE SPELLING LINK PAGE ABOVE FOR YOUR CHILD'S SPELLING LIST FOR THE WEEK.
Please Check Math and Language Arts Links above for more information. Extra READING LOGS are on the forms page.
4th Grade: Reading Log (Always assigned on Tues. and due Fri.)
Occasional Projects (please check the Tuesday Times weekly)
5th Grade: Reading Log
Spelling Contract-practice each night
Daily Math- See math link above
(5th grade has math due each day. Please check agendas.)
6th Grade: Reading Log
Daily Math- See Link Above
(6th grade has math and other assignments due each day. Please check agendas.)
Other Important Papers / Projects due by Friday:
NEWS THIS WEEK
GENIUS HOUR CHOICE: [Click Here for Link to Form]
FOP EVENT PHOTOS / MEMORY BOOKS: Please share your digital photos for MEMORY BOOK CREATION! You may share through google drive with firstname.lastname@example.org. Email Eppie Chung at email@example.com if you have any questions.
MINI COURSES: Please think about teaching a course at some point this year. It is a wonderful opportunity to work with students from across Upper Department
PARENT SURVEY: Please take a moment to complete the following form so we can gather relevant contact information from all parents and keep you informed! Click on link to complete:
Parents lead Mini-Courses from 1:30 to 2:30 one Friday each month. In the past we've had classes such as sports like volleyball and basketball, lots of crafts, sewing, poetry writing, beading, yoga, cooking, arcade building, computers, scientific discoveries, first aid, Spanish, and one-minute mysteries, just to mention a few. Mini-courses are a great way for parents to show a talent or teach a new skill. (Some parents come every month!) and it's a whole lot of fun!
The "Founding Parents" of Open Plan established a guideline of ONE HOUR of volunteer time PER WEEK per child of parent participation for each family and $130 per child to help fund the variety of field trips and experiences offered at FOP to enrich student learning. These are essential to the success of Open Plan! Complete and return your Parent Participation Form as soon as possible and pay your FOP parent fund drive obligation online:
JOIN THE REMIND GROUP! We are excited to use a school-wide system that will allow Teachers to send messages to families within their departments. Your cell number will remain private. You will NOT receive SPAM messages. It will be used primarily for last minute announcements and important information (Tie Dye and Tuesday Times are still the first lines of communication, but the texting system will supplement those things in a useful way. This is an OUTGOING only system, not group messaging. You will not be able to reply. This system will ensure ease of communication throughout the year. Please sign up for each grade relevant to your family.
Send a TEXT MESSAGE to the phone number 81010 (this does not look like a typical phone number, but it is a "texting" number). The body of the text should simply be @code. See appropriate codes below. Once you text your code you will receive a confirmation text back that you are now part of the group. You may be asked to reply with your name if you are new to app.
Primary (Kinder/1st grade): @foppr
Middle (2nd/3rd grades): @fopmi
Upper (4th Grade): @fop4th
Upper (5th Grade): @fop5th
Upper (6th Grade): @fop6th
BACK TO SCHOOL:
SUPPLY CHECK LIST FOR BACK TO SCHOOL:
FOR DAILY USE: Pencil pouch or pencil box (with name on it), Sharpened Pencils or pens, White Board Pens, eraseable ink pens (optional), 2” Binder, 5 Spiral bound Notebooks, 2 Composition Books
FOR 6TH GRADE: A binder with pockets and a zipper is a great aid to one of our important goals for the year which is student organization. Please label all personal supplies with your child's name.
AGENDAS are required in class daily for 5th and 6th graders to record their homework. The agendas will be used the 2nd week of school.
Fri, Mar 22
Mon, Mar 25 – Fri, Mar 29
Wed, Apr 10
Fri, Apr 12, evening
Thu, Apr 18, 6:00pm
Fri, Apr 19
Wed, Apr 24
Monday-Tuesday, April 1 & 2
SAVE THE DATE
PLEASE COME AND GET INVOLVED Parent involvement is a key ingredient in making FOP successful and unique. Please join this year’s Parent Advisory Group (PAG) Executive Committee
Jody Burriss, Chair
Sherry Calkins, ViceChair
Nathan Singh, Treasurer
Marie Price, Secretary
6:00pm in the Library. Free childcare will be available. Watch for more info from your friendly PAG Exec in coming weeks.
FALL WALK – SAVE THE DATE!
The Fall Walk is a quintessential FOP event to which all FOP families (younger siblings included!) are invited. This year’s Fall Walk will be held on Friday, October 5. More details, time and location, and how you can help, will be announced soon. This FOP tradition has been a favorite through the decades. Mark your calendars!