Grade 5 and 6 PARCC testing will†begin on†.
:†ELA Unit 1- Grade 3 & 4†
Fri, April 15†:†ELA Unit 3- Grade 3 & 4†
Mon, April 18:†††Math Unit 1 - Grade 3 & 4
Tues, April 19:Math Unit 2- Grade 3 & 4†
Wed, April 20:†Math Unit 3- Grade 3 & 4†
Thurs, April 21:†Math Unit 4- Grade 3 & 4†
Fri, April 22:†††ELA Unit 1- Grade 5 & 6†
Mon, April 25:†ELA Unit 2- Grade 5 & 6†
Tues, April 26:†ELA Unit 3- Grade 5 & 6
Wed,†April†27:†††Math Unit 1 - Grade 5 & 6†
Thurs,†April†28:†††††Math Unit 2- Grade 5 & 6†
Fri,†April†29:†††Math Unit 3 - Grade 5 & 6†
Mon, May 2:†††††Math Unit 4- Grade 5†
All Elementary make- ups†
*all dates are subject to change
Please click the link below for information about the upcoming Sixth-Grade Assessment, which will take place on March 28, 2016 for Math and March 31, 2016 for English Language Arts.
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In order to access the individual student report card, please log into your Genesis account. If you need to create your Genesis Account, please click here for directions.
If you have any difficulties accessing report cards, please contact our main office at 201-585-4650.
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I have worked as a Special Education teacher in Fort Lee for 17 years.
As a Special†Education Teacher, I have had the opportunity to work as both a Resource and Inclusion teacher for grades kindergarten through sixth. My greatest attribute is my dedication and belief in my students. I instill confidence in them and they know that with hard work and perseverance they will accomplish their goals. Watching my students grow academically and socially has truly been a rewarding experience and why I choose education as my career.
I began my career in Fort Lee thirteen years ago as a sixth-grade teacher.† After that, I had the opportunity to train as a Reading Recovery teacher where I was able to work one-on-one with first-grade students in the areas of reading and writing.† This year, the Fort Lee school district implemented a new literacy program called SMART READERS (Start Making A Reader Today.)† I am currently working with small groups of first and second-grade students with an emphasis on reading, writing, phonics and word study skills.† I can honestly say there is nothing more rewarding than watching a child take flight as they discover a love of reading.† As a life-long lover of books, I cannot imagine a position that would ever bring me a greater sense of joy and satisfaction than being a reading teacher.†
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MORNING DROP OFF:
Please be reminded that there is no adult supervision until 8:30AM†each morning. Students should not be dropped off prior to this.
Please be sure to send your child to school with a coat or warm jacket.† Students will go outside for recess each day provided it is not raining/snowing and the temperature is above 36 degrees. Students that are not wearing appropriate clothing may be asked to remain inside.
Please be sure to abide by all local traffic and parking regulations when picking up your child. Parent parking and double-parking is not permitted in the rear of the building on Route 5 nearest the teacher parking lot.†
LOST & FOUND:
Please remind your child to check our lost & found...it is filled with unclaimed clothing and other articles!††