Dr. Julian Rogus
Mission - Rogus School Mission is to educate children in a
Vision - Rogus School vision is to create a
community where children are loved for who they are and challenged to aim
Values - We value Acceptance, Belonging, and
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This week in class
P.E., Drama Test, Bus Evacuation Drill Day
This cool October week will find us continuing multiplication in Chapter 2 of Go Math. We will also continue preparation for our Underground Railroad field trip. We will read the selections Henry's Freedom Box and Follow the Drinking Gourd and complete several accompanying skills sheets in Social Studies. Additionally, we will perfecting our plays about the Underground Railroad. These plays will be the core of our Reading the the next couple of weeks as we learn the standards that encompass the Elements of Drama. Keep reading and practicing math facts at home!
Parents and Friends,
We are a little over half way to completing our postcard project. Below is a list of states from which we still need a postcard. Keep in mind we also love to get duplicates and postcards for around the world. Thank you, Mrs. Millner
Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, North Dakota, Iowa, Kansa, s Oklahoma, Missouri, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, West Virginia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Alaska and Hawaii.
DJR 3rd and 4th Grade Grading and Assessment Retake Policy
A new grade scale has been created to better reflect student growth. The following now applies to the grade scale:
- The reporting system has been adjusted to equalize the influence of each score.
- Equal increments will be used to report student achievement
- 89-80 B
- 79-70 C
- 69-60 D
- 59-50 F
- We learn by making mistakes so the lowest possible score a student will receive on a summative assessment will be a 50%. If a student’s final score falls below a 50%, a 50% will count as the final score but the actual score will be listed in the comment section of the assignment in PowerSchool.
In an effort to promote student growth, teachers are allowing students the opportunity to retake certain summative assessments completed in school. The following re take procedures apply:
- All D or F scores on a Summative assessment WILL be reassessed one time.
- Students who score an A, B, or C on a Summative assessment will have the opportunity for a retake assessment once per quarter per subject.
- For any reassessment, the most recent score will be recorded as per district policy.
- For scores of A, B, or C a parent must request a reassessment in writing within 2 days of receiving the assessment.
- Once a teacher receives a reassessment request from a parent, the teacher will notify the parent when the reassessment will take place.
- October 25, 2018 :
7:00 pm Summit Hill Junior High
- November 19, 2018 :
- November 20, 2018 :
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