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DoDEA GradeSpeed - Connecting Teachers, Parents, and Students
DoDEA GradeSpeed
Connecting Teachers, Parents, and Students
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CONUS Education Options Assessment (CEOA) - The DoD is fully aware of the importance of education
CONUS Education Options Assessment (CEOA)
The DoD is fully aware of the importance of education

Homework

Homework is one means of developing the necessary skills of independent study and learning for present and future use. Homework promotes organizational skills and a sense of responsibility. It is also an opportunity for parents to become actively involved in their child's learning and for each child to reach his/her full potential. Through homework, students are given the opportunity to complete additional practice and application to strengthen skills; to expand and/or enrich regular class work; to complete work started in class; to make up work due to absence.

Teachers may assign homework as determined necessary to enhance student learning that is taking place in the classroom. Each child works at his/her own pace, so the amount of time needed to complete specific assignments may vary. The types of homework may vary to enable the student to have experience/practice in reading, writing, computational skills, and other subject areas during a given week. Frequency and length of assignments will be grade appropriate. At a very minimum, a child should read or be read to 15-20 minutes nightly

Students are responsible for ensuring that they:

  • Understand the homework assignment.
  • Take home all books and materials needed to do the assignment.
  • Complete the homework in the assigned format and turn it in when it is due.
  • Participate actively and cooperatively in the evaluation of their homework when appropriate.

Parents are encouraged to provide an environment which fosters the development of life-long learning skills. 

This includes: 

  • A quiet place to work.
  • Necessary materials.
  • A regular study time.
  • Review the student planner.
  • Encouragement and praise.

Table of Contents
Absence Procedures/Tardy Policy
 
Arrival/Dismissal Times and Procedures
 
Attendance Policy
 
Books and Materials
 
Bully Prevention
 
Campus Safety
 
Classroom Environment
 
Discipline and Behavior Management
 
Emergency Procedures
 
Grading and Report Card Procedures
 
Grooming and Dress
 
Internet Rights and Responsibilities for Students, Staff and Volunteers
 
Parent Communication
 
Playground Policy
 
Scooters, Skateboards and Skate Shoes
 
Student Conduct
 
Student Records and Information
 
Study (Field) Trips
 
Telephone Messages
 
Visitors and Volunteers
 
Withdrawals and Transfers
Our Mission

To educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.

Our Vision 

To serve the needs of Our Military's Children so that they will excel in learning and life.

Goal 1

By June of 2014, all students will solve mathematical tasks and demonstrate their mathematical thinking and reasoning by using problem-solving strategies as measured by the Problem Solving rubric, Terra Nova 3rd Edition Scholastic Math Inventory.

Goal 2

By June 2014, all students will improve reading comprehension using the strategies matching readers to appropriate text and through use of explicit fluency instruction as measured by age appropriate quarterly assessments including the BAS Reading List (K), the BAS Fluency assessment and rubrics (grades 1–5), the Scholastic Reading Inventory (grades 3-5), and the Terra Nova, 3rd Edition (grades 3-5).