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Maria Waters: Principal
Trina Weaver: Assistant Administrator, Operations
Leah Falls: Assistant Administrator, Academics
Holly Witcher: Assistant Administrator, Special Programs
Hillary Roebuck: Special Education Lead Teacher
Lauren Holmes: Special Education Lead Teacher
Stacey Porter: Kindergarten Lead Teacher
Lauren Bray: 1st Grade Lead Teacher
Aleks Berry: 2nd Grade Lead Teacher
Elizabeth Rose: 3rd Grade Lead Teacher
Ingrid Bailey: 3rd Grade Lead Teacher
Lorri Parker: 4th Grade Lead Teacher
Amy Morgan: 4th Grade Lead Teacher
Janet Wheeler: 5th Grade Lead Teacher
Stacy Clendenen: 5th Grade Lead Teacher
Kelly Collins: Counselor
Michelle Todd: ALP District Coordinator
Audrey Lewis: Student Achievement Data Coordinator
Roxanne Day: 504/SST Coordinator
Kim Boyd: FAST Lead
Kristy Howard: Family Engagement Coordinator
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Learning Coach Resources
2016 Georgia Milestones Results Update
How to Use the MIC -(Monthly Instructional Calendar)
Monthly Instructional Calendars are sent for each content area via email on the last Friday of the month. Please check "file share" in your OLS. Open, print or save to desktop. Then each day complete the items listed for the day. If student is absent, move it to the next day as make up work, or student completes after hours. Organization Tip – Create 4 notebooks – ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Print the monthly MIC. Place in the front of the notebook along with tabs for class notes and OLS work. Then as student completes an assignment, mark off the MIC.
Strong Start Website-a one-stop-shop for new Learning Coaches or veterans needing a refresher!
What to do when GCA Systems are Down
What to do when GCA Systems are Down
Discovery Education - Discovery Education offers a broad range of free classroom resources that complement and extend learning beyond the bell. This site helps to foster deeper engagement and opportunities for students to take charge of their own learning with high quality, engaging, relevant tools designed for today’s busy teachers and parents. Explore the programs and contests, interactive games, puzzles, lesson plans, videos and more.
*Please go to www.discoveryeducation to sign up for a free account for your student.
Educational Websites for Families – This link contains a list of Internet resources suggested by the Georgia Department of Education: http://www.gadoe.org/School-Improvement/Federal-Programs/Documents/Technology%20Flyer.1.pdf
I Know That -(you can join for a membership, but there are a lot of free games and activities without joining) iknowthat is an educational website for children ages 2-12
NCTM Illuminations -Provide Standards-based resources that improve the teaching and learning of mathematics for all students. Provide materials that illuminate the vision for school mathematics
PBS Kids -Play educational games, watch PBS KIDS shows and find activities like coloring and music. PBS KIDS Games and Shows are research based and vetted by educators
PBS Kids Cyberchase -CYBERCHASE, the award-winning, research-based adventure series and website, helps kids develop strong math and problem-solving skills. Explore this site for ways to help your favorite kids get the most out of math!
StudyJams -Teach essential math and science concepts with rich media.
Georgia Milestones - see our Milestones link under FAQ>Ga Milestones Resources
ABC Games and More -Games sorted by grade level for learning letters, spelling, and making words, as well as math and holiday games.
A free aspect to this teacher resource tool for reading passages that also include multiple choice or written response comprehension questions.
Cando’s Helper -Reinforcing phonics and grammar, this site offers a variety of activities for student practice
Book Adventure -Book Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child to read! Kids in grades K-8 can find a book,
take quizzes on what they've read, and earn prizes
for their reading success.
ReadWriteThink-ReadWriteThink.org is a comprehensive website that allows access to multiple resources for help with organizing thoughts and writing for the different style genres. There are graphic organizers and tools for comprehension, reading fluency, grammar, critical thinking, spelling, and much more.
Super Summary Spelling Guide - Learn strategies for becoming a better speller, memory aids for spelling, words to watch out for, and more!
Spelling City -Many activities are available with a free student account! To get started, click on “Sample Lists” and choose any list you like. Then try the Teach Me, Test Me, or Play A Game link.
Language Arts and Vocabulary Games
Enjoy a variety of games for parts of speech, spelling, word play, and more! There are some foreign language games too.
More Starfall -morestarfall.com is a free public service to teach children to read with phonics. More Starfall offers more challenge and first grade skills than the original site, Starfall
Noodleverse -Noodleverse is a K12 based phonics site
Storyline Online-Storyline Online is an online streaming video program featuring SAG members reading children’s books aloud!
Into The Book
Reading comprehension resource for K-4 students and teachers with online interactive activities
Spaghetti Book Club -The Spaghetti Book Club web site is a place for kids who love to read and talk about books! It is the largest site of book reviews written and illustrated by kids for kids. The Spaghetti Book Club was created as a way to support and encourage kids' love for reading by giving them an opportunity to connect, on a personal level, with the books they are reading and then share their reactions, thoughts, and opinions with family members, friends, and kids around the world.
Internet4Classrooms - Reading -Links to concepts and skills for Language Arts and Reading for the fourth grade level.
GCA Math Website (K - 5)- This page contains tons of resources and links for ALL elementary grade levels.
GCA Math - Fact Fluency Resources
This website is a great resource for math fact fluency practice for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. You will find access to multiple great instructional videos, practice quizzes, and fluency games.
Internet4Classrooms - Math
Standards based links and our grade level "Skillbuilders" to help students practice, either at home or in the classroom, what they have been taught.
LearnZillion - As a parent, you can create a FREE teacher account to access short videos and additional teaching resources for K - 5 math.
Multiple resources including games and worksheets designed to provide practice for learning and reinforcing multiplication facts.
This website provides a free login to use with fact fluency practice. Check with your teacher to see whether they have an account set up for you already.
AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.
Why is Math taught so differently now? Click HERE for a great resource.