Students were provided this special title page to start off the work for Week 6! We wish all of our families well during these uncertain times. We hope it goes without saying, but "We are all so proud of you. We miss you all."
Students in Mrs. Lavery & Mrs Granato-Wagner's Geometry Class have been focused on the composition and decomposition of geometric shapes. They successfully completed a project, in which they used a decomposed shape template and tissue squares to differentiate each shape. They came out great!
Parent/Teacher Conferences are taking place on March 3rd, 2020!
Classic Parents sign up via skyward and Discovers sign up with your classroom teacher(s).
We hope to see you there!
Semester 1 Final Exam Schedule with start and dismissal times:
Wednesday (12/18) 8 AM start to day (No Late Start) & 11:30 Dismissal
Finals for 4th hour and 5th hour
Thursday (12/19) 8 AM start to day & 11:30 Dismissal
Finals for 1st hour and 8th hour
Friday (12/20) 8 AM start to day & 11:30 Dismissal
Finals for 3rd hour and 7th hour
The CD Program Team wishes all of our families well during this holiday season &
a very Happy New Year!
Students will start back after break on Tuesday, January 7th, 2020!
To the CD Family Winter Drop In, Drop Out Social Event!
What: Dessert before Dinner
When: Tuesday, December 17th from 4-6 PM
Where: Andrew High School, Room 202
*We are always so appreciative of any donations including: paper products (i.e. large or small paper plates, napkins, plastic utensils, and liters of pop to support events as this one. Students may bring in donations to school at any time.
We will provide dessert items and drink while we socialize and have fun!
You can come and go at anytime.
You are welcome to add to our desserts, if desired.
RSVP via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
RSVP slip to come home on Friday, December 6th
The CD students have been learning the purpose of gratitude in the last few weeks. They have read articles, completed comprehension and self reflection activities. The classrooms are beaming with student work and everyone is feeling the meaning of the season. Even the CD staff has gotten into a little gratitude fun by "gobbling" a colleague with a small token of appreciation. The CD Program is full of appreciation and hope it spreads to our families.
Mrs. Lavery's 1st hour science class made our last day before Thanksgiving break even greater with their autumn flavored treats. They took orders from all staff and students, calculated the amount of ingredients, made the treats, and delivered the treats.
"Give thanks for a little and you will find a lot." ~Hausa Proverb
The Classic CD Program is excited to introduce and welcome Ms. Alexandra (Lexi) Castaneda (“Miss. C”). This semester she is co-teaching with Ms. McGreal and Mr. Bishop.
Ms. Castaneda received her Bachelor's from Indiana University-Bloomington in Speech Pathology with a minor in Psychology and her Master's in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Michigan State University. She has had clinical experience at a middle school, an adult transition program, early intervention with toddlers, a traumatic brain injury center, and a skilled nursing facility. Her interests have been centered around educational learning and peer interactions through the facilitation of speech, language, cognition, and social communication. Aside from work, she enjoys hiking, cooking new meals, attending music shows, and lounging around with my cat.
If your son/daughter has Ms. Castaneda as their SLP, on their IEP team, you will receive an email message from her. If your son/daughter does not have Ms. Castaneda, then the SLP on the IEP team is Mrs. Granato-Wagner. Please, feel free to email your case manager, if you are unsure who is on your IEP team.
Ms. Castaneda wants to express the following:
"I am excited to have the opportunity to work with your child and be a part of their small team throughout the rest of the school year. I hope to explore various modes of teaching and related services to fully engage my students and demonstrate progress with their speech, language, and social communication goals."
Ms. Castaneda's email is: firstname.lastname@example.org