“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”(Dr. Seuss)

Homework Policy

Homework in the subject areas is either practice of a new skill taught during the school day or review of a past concept. I expect all homework has your name and number on it, is neat, legible, and is completed by the due date.  Online (Google Classroom) homework also needs to be completed by the due date. I will remind the children who are missing an assignment the next day and give them an additional opportunity to hand it in. If online access at home is not possible, please let me know and I will make accommodations in school to ensure students have the access and time to complete their work.

Homework assignments will be written down each day in their assignment pads and will be updated each day on a large poster in the classroom and on this website. Please check your child's assignment pad and/or the website if you are unsure about homework.

Behavior Policy

Meadowside School Expectations-Our Students have HEART!

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Safe

Fabulous 5 Behavior Support System

The students and I have composed a Classroom Constitution that clearly outlines the expectations for acceptable behavior in Room 23. The Constitution frames and defines the Meadowside School Rules into behaviors the students can recognize. When a student is having a difficult time controlling himself/herself, and is making poor choices that affect the learning of others, or is in violation of the Class Constitution, the student will meet with the teacher and any other necessary support staff to address the problem.  Class Dojo is the tool I use to monitor and communicate daily progress towards specific behavioral targets.  It's fun, interactive, and highly motivating for the students. 

Thank you for your support and cooperation,

Mr. Jason Cicero

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