If you receive five negative marks on class dojo you will have to serve Monday through Thursday for an hour and a half. No joke, that is the quentesential truth Ruth. Get it together. All parents will be notified and there is no way out but to serve!
We will be posting possible after school programs meeting Mondays from 4 to 5!
Whatever you can bring that is nonperishable Mr. Florell will match it per item, and will be given to the United Way for Thanksgiving!
.Whether you are linked to Mr. Florell as your coach, you will be checked for both homework assignments. If you do not know what your assignment is ask or check Google classroom for your posts daily!
Here is the link to the page http://rayschool.weebly.com/.
Everyday, there will be a post about your homework, class assignments, and class dojo. Please check it!
Are you 80% eligible. Are you pass with a C or higher? Check your grades on Student Portal.
Please come and meet the teachers your daughter or son is learning from this 2018-2019 school year. You are welcome to attend the LSC meeting at 6 afterwards.
If you are a parent/guardian and are planning to volunteer in the classroom, chaperone a field trip, or have any interactions with students at Ray, please know there is a new protocol.
1) ALL ADULTS interacting with students AT ANY CAPACITY must fill out the volunteer application.
2) Then, visit the office and speak with administration, who will also have a few questions for you.
Once cleared, we will be thrilled and honored for you to help our Ray Warriors be successful!!!
Welcome to the 2018-19 School YearDear Parents and Students:
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year at Ray Elementary! I hope everyone had an excellent and relaxing summer. The middle school team is looking forward to a school year filled with a love for learning and growth. We welcome regular and consistent communication and partnership in the education of your child. Parental support will be necessary in order for all students to reach their potential and strive to succeed beyond it.
We are looking forward to a very successful and exciting year! We have high academic and social expectations for your child and will provide supports to help your child achieve those expectations. It is our goal to provide all students with an challenging and fun experience in our classrooms.
Below you will find some needed information about some of the classroom policies.
Only your child’s best behavior and work are expected and accepted at all times.
All students must:
1) Be on their honor. Students must do their own work on homework, class assignments, tests
2) Respect themselves, classmates, and teachers.
3) Do their best. Always give 100% and be positive.
4) Be in attendance and be on time.
5) Students shall not engage in activities that could cause harm to themselves or others.
6) Students shall not talk to or about themselves, another student, or a teacher in a disrespectful or inappropriate manner.
7) Students are to have all homework completed on the day it is due (see Ray Parent and Student Handbook for full homework late policy).
8) Students must be prepared each day by having proper materials.
9) Students must follow the dress code in the Ray Parent and Student Handbook.
10) The policies in the CPS Student Code of Conduct book must also be followed.
Current grades are posted regularly for to communicate progress to student and parent on Parent Portal (https://parent.cps.k12.il.us ). Our classroom blogs include links to homework assignments, assignment due dates, and a variety of other helpful information.