- Accelerated Reading
- Dolch Words
- Community Coffee Cash For Schools Program
- Book Checkout
- READ TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTABLE USE and INTERNET SAFETY POLICY
- Academic Consent
- ST. MARTIN PARISH LIBRARY
All students in 2nd grade participate in the Accelerated Reading Program.
Students in 1st grade may enter the program when they reach a level of independent reading determined by our Reading Assessment Test.
Accelerated Reader is a program that was designed to give students practice in reading and to develop a lifelong love of reading.
The children check out Library books from the Library or books from a classroom library and read them at home or during Sustained Silent Reading. Students may take tests in the Computer Lab before school, beginning at 7:20, during 2nd grade recess, during Library or at 2:40 in the afternoon (1st graders only).
The program keeps track of the points earned. Points are used to reward students with positive incentives. For every 5 points a student earns, he/she receives a “book bead”. Also, each student is given a goal each 9-weeks. All students reaching their goals by the end of the 9-week period may attend a school-wide activity. Students reaching their goals twice during the year may attend the Big Kahuna in May.
Go to www.arbookfind.com to check if a book is an Accelerated Reading book.
Visit the Cecilia Primary Library online catalog at Cecilia Primary's Library Online. You will find a complete list of books and resources available to the faculty and students.
Dolch words, or sight words, provide an excellent base for reading at an early age. They are often called sight words because some of them can't be sounded out,
and need to be learned by sight. Note that all the Dolch words can be taught before children finish the first grade in school. Words in the second and third grade
lists are more common in books for those age groups, but they do appear in books for earlier grades, just less frequently.
ATTENTION PARENTS DEAR PARENTS:
We’re excited to be kicking off our annual Community Cash For Schools® program. This year’s goal is to exceed our results of last year’s Community Cash For Schools® program. In order to achieve this goal, we need each family to collect Proofs of Purchase from eligible Community® products. If every family can collect 6-10 Community® product Proofs of Purchase per month, we are sure to grow the amount earned for our school. A successful Community Cash for Schools® program depends on you and your support.
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS:
SAVE : Save Proofs of Purchase from all Community® and Private Reserve® products available at the locations listed below: Grocery Stores, Supermarkets & Other Participating Retail Outlets
• All coffee products, tea products, creamer, sugar and coffee filters contain eligible Proofs of Purchase. Restaurants, Hotels, Offices & Businesses
• Boxes of coffee and coffee related products delivered to restaurants, hotels and other businesses contain high value Proofs of Purchase.
SUBMIT: Collect your Community® Proofs of Purchase and check with your child’s teacher for the submission deadline. Once we submit all our Proofs of Purchase, Community Coffee Company will issue us a check which we can spend on whatever we feel is the best use for the money!
REMEMBER The more Community® and Private Reserve® product Proofs of Purchase you collect, the more cash our school can earn!
These funds are used to support the Accelerated Reader Program & to purchase books for our library.
YOUR SUPPORT AND PARTICIPATION IS OUR KEY TO SUCCESS! THANKS FOR ALL THAT YOU DO TO HELP US!
Please show respect for books borrowed from
Cecilia Primary School Library.
Keep books out of the weather.
Keep books off of the dirt on the playground.
Do not bend back the covers. Spine breaks and pages come loose.
No overdues allowed! Too many books are lost when not returned on time.
**Students check out two books every week from the library. If they only return one book, then they will only be allowed to check out one book.
Students must show their ID in order to check out a book.
A signed acceptable use policy must be on file with the classroom teacher for students to have Internet access on library computers.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Our school offers supplemental educational services, curriculum tools and testing opportunities to students. All academic and educational systems go through an approval process that assures it is educationally appropriate. You may refer to the school’s website, teacher’s website or teacher’s Google Classroom for notification of the systems used. The use of these systems require sharing some personally identifiable information through release to the following:
Educational Apps/Software that requires more than directory information. List:
☐ Kahn Academy and/or other educational courses
Approved educational sites, apps, extensions and software as provided on teacher’s website or Google Classroom I understand that:
∙ As part of the requirement for registration with the organization and/or company listed above, my student or student’s school will provide information about my student through the sharing of some or all of the following information.
∙ First and last name
∙ Grade, classification, and graduation date
∙ School and district name
∙ Birth date
∙ School ID number
∙ Email address ∙