Woodlawn Learning Center 1100 Dinwiddie Avenue Hopewell, va 23860 (804) 541-6414 Joyce P. Jones, Principal



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Hopewell Public Schools

WOODLAWN LEARNING CENTER



Early Childhood

Special Education

PARENT HANDBOOK

2015 – 2016

Woodlawn Learning Center

1100 Dinwiddie Avenue


Hopewell, VA 23860

(804) 541-6414



Joyce P. Jones, Principal


Reid Saeler, Supervisor Early Childhood Education

Marie Carsley, Office Manager

Wendy Dudley, Clerical Assistant



Hopewell Public Schools

WOODLAWN LEARNING CENTER

VIRGINIA PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

2015-2016 School Calendar


September 3, 2015 Orientation @ 9:30 am

September 7, 2015 Labor Day Holiday

September 8, 2015 First Day for Pre-School

September ?, 2015 Grandparents Luncheon ?

October 22, 2015 Parent/Teacher Conference –No students



October ??, 2015 Fall Fest @ 9:00 a.m. ?

November 3, 2015 Staff Development Day-No students

November 13, 2015 Early Release

November 25, 2015 Early Release

November 26-27, 2015 Thanksgiving Holiday

December 18, 2015 Early Release

December 21-31, 2015 Christmas Holiday

January 1, 2016 New Year’s Day Holiday

January 18, 2016 Martin Luther King Holiday

January 28, 2016 Early Release

January 29, 2016 Early Release

February 1, 2016 Staff Development Day-No students

February 15, 2016 Presidents' Day Holiday

February 16, 2016 Report Card Day

March 17, 2016 Early Release/Parent/Teacher Conference Day

March ??, 2016 Easter Egg Hunt @ 9:00 a.m.?

March 25, 2016 Early Release



March 28-31, 2016 Easter Break

April 1, 2016 Easter Break

April 15, 2016 Early Release

M ay ?, 2016 Muffins for Mom’s?

May ?, 2016 End of Year Picnic Celebration ?

May 30, 2016 Memorial Day Holiday

June ?, 2016 Donuts for Dads

June ?, 2016 Culminating Activity @ 9:30 a.m. ?

June 16, 2016 Report Card Day/ Last day of School/Early Release

June 17, 2016 Teacher Workday-No students


Preschool Programs operates Monday - Friday, 8:00 am – 2:00 p.m.

Early Release time is 11:00 a.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location: Woodlawn Learning Center

1100 Dinwiddie Avenue

Hopewell, Virginia 23860
Telephone Number: (804) 541-6414
Operational Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Monday thru Friday

Teachers – 7:45 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Student Hours 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Early Release Hours 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


Hopewell Public Schools

School Board Office

103 N. 12th Ave.

Hopewell, VA 23860

804-541-6400

E-Mail Hopewell.k12.va.us

Operational hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The Hopewell City Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Melody F. Bage, Director of Personnel has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies. Her contact information is as follows:
103 North 12th Avenue, Hopewell, VA 23860

804-541-6400

Email: mbage@hopewell.K12.va.us

STAFF INFORMATION

School Board Office


Interim Superintendent Dr. Melody D. Hackney
Woodlawn Learning Center
Principal Joyce P. Jones

Supervisor Early Childhood Education Reid Saeler

Office Manager Marie Carsley
Early Childhood Education
Preschool Teacher David Banks

Preschool Assistant Cristina Vasquez

Preschool Teacher Robert Beckham

Preschool Assistant Claudette Johnson

Preschool Teacher Debbie Capps

Teacher Assistant Sylvia Coleman

Preschool Teacher Robin Campbell

Teacher Assistant Sonia DelRosario

Preschool Teacher Cassandra Merrick

Teacher Assistant Kristin Still

Preschool Teacher Amanda Mullins

Teacher Assistant Shalanda Blanding

Preschool Teacher Courtney Street

Teacher Assistant Vacant

Preschool Teacher Alicia Johnson

Preschool Assistant Shardae Coleman

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FROM THE PRINCIPAL
September 3, 2015
Dear Parents/Guardians:
Greetings and welcome to Woodlawn Learning Center. We are very pleased to have you and your family at the center. This will be a very exciting year for you and your preschooler at our school.
Woodlawn Learning Center is committed to providing a rewarding preschool experience for children in a safe and nurturing environment. Our school has four preschool programs operating under one roof.
This handbook provides information about our programs including rules, procedures, goals, and program expectations. Please refer to it for information as needed.
We look forward to working with you and your family. If you have any questions or concerns, please call or e-mail me at jpjones@hopewell.k12.va.us or telephone me at 541-6414.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Joyce P. Jones, Principal

BRIEF HISTORY OF WOODLAWN

Woodlawn School is located on a four-acre site in the western section of Hopewell. It was built in 1917, and additions were constructed in 1937, 1938, and 1953. The building contains twenty-six classrooms, a library, an auditorium, and a cafeteria. There are three mobile classrooms. Woodlawn has housed grades two through five as a Hopewell Elementary School.


On September 9, 1977, Woodlawn lost ten classrooms, two bathrooms, and two offices in a fire. On September 14, 1977, Woodlawn went on a split shift schedule at Dupont School (12:30-4:30 p.m.). On December 1, 1977, the staff and students of grades two through four returned to Woodlawn. Grade five was relocated to Carter G. Woodson School.
In August of 1980, the addition of ten classrooms, two bathrooms, and two resource rooms were completed. The fifth grade returned to Woodlawn for the 1980-81 school year.
Beginning with the 1982-83 school year, the Hopewell schools were reorganized so Woodlawn would house grades two through four, and Harry E. James would house kindergarten and first grade. Grade five was again sent to Carter G. Woodson.
During 1992, a new school was constructed on Arlington Road to replace Harry E. James and Woodlawn. During the 1993 school year, the old Harry E. James was destroyed. Renovations took place in the summer of 1993 on the Woodlawn building. Then Woodlawn Elementary adopted a new name: Woodlawn Learning Center. It housed Head Start, Even Start, Title 1, Special Education, and Adult Education.
During the 1995-96 school year, the Virginia Preschool Initiative Program and the Alternative Education Program were added to the Woodlawn family. At the present time, Woodlawn Learning Center continues to house a variety of these family programs "Under One Roof."

EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY:

FAMILY FOCUSED

Each preschool program at Woodlawn Learning Center is "family focused" rather than parent or child focused. The program must provide participating families with an integrated program of early childhood education, adult basic skills training, and parent training. The theory is that families need to receive all four core services, not just one or two, to effect lasting change and improve children's school success.



EARLY CHILDHOOD PHILOSOPHY


A child's education begins at birth. Everything a child sees, hears, or does become a part of his/her experiential background. Children draw from their backgrounds throughout their lives in interpersonal relations, personal relations, and learning situations. Childhood should be a fun and happy time of life, during which learning is an enjoyable and active experience. The adults and children who touch a child's life may have a lasting effect on how the child views his/her world and the people in it. The staff understands that it has a responsibility to provide children with a supportive, friendly atmosphere filled with positive experiences and attitudes.

ADULT EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY


Adult Education will be based on the fact that adults are active/visual learners. Lessons will be planned to meet the needs of each adult. The curriculum will be designed to four levels of instructions and will include individual and group instruction. All parents who are in need of a GED or basic education skills are encouraged to participate in Woodlawn’s Adult Education Program.

PARENT EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY

Raising children is one of life’s most challenging and yet rewarding jobs. Since babies do not come with instructions, effective parenting means having an understanding of child development as well as the skills to nurture and discipline a child in today’s world. For school success, research tells us that parent involvement in education is just as important as good instruction. Therefore, as their children’s first and most important teachers, all parents in all programs are required to attend parenting workshops and participate actively in their children’s classroom experience.




PROGRAM GOALS

1. To help parents take a leadership role in the education of their children through workshops in parenting skills, nutrition, health, consumer education and child development.


2. To improve parent-child relationships through planned and structured classroom interaction.
3. To provide home based activities that help parents recognize and improve their children's skill development.
4. To work with parents in developing their adult basic education skills.
5. To provide a quality, age appropriate early childhood education program promoting development of the following objectives:
- Each child will view him/herself as an important individual.
- Each child will develop a sense of independence.
- Each child will develop trust and respect in a safe, secure environment.
- Each child will develop social skills.
- Each child will explore his/her environment and learn through play.
- Each child will develop fine and gross motor skills.
- Each child will develop skills that will enhance reading, writing, and math success.
- Each child will enhance language development.

PROGRAM COMPONENTS

Virginia Preschool Initiative Program consists of four main components:

Early Childhood Education
Parent Involvement
Comprehensive Health and Nutrition Services

Our philosophy is that families need to receive all four core services, not just preschool education alone, to effect lasting change and improve children’s school successes which are the goals of our program.



PROGRAM COMPONENTS




Early Childhood Education

The classroom will provide a rich environment in which children learn very naturally through play at their own pace. This learning environment is based on the Creative Curriculum. Instruction will be developed around themes and interest centers such as blocks, science, housekeeping, books, and art. The curriculum allows for a variety of developmentally appropriate experiences in the classroom setting, while maintaining the flexibility required addressing the individual needs of each enrolled child. Your child will have the opportunity to participate in whole group, small group and individual learning activities daily. Additionally, he/she will experience both teacher led and child initiated learning opportunities. Each parent is invited to volunteer in their child’s classroom often, which is the best way to learn about and understand our curriculum.

You are encouraged to review the parent information on the Creative Curriculum that is in your child’s classroom.

Parent Involvement


Parent Involvement includes:

 reading to your child regularly.

serving on advisory boards for each component of the program.

volunteering in the classroom.

serving as chaperons on field trips.

participating in home visits.

participating in workshops/classes.

participating in school activities.

conferencing with preschool staff, especially for concerns.

 participating in a Transition to Kindergarten event.


Comprehensive Health and Nutrition Services


A school nurse will work with parents to make sure that all medical needs of the students are met. Health services will include:

  • Immunization monitoring

  • Dental screening

  • Vision and speech screenings


ASSESSMENT
Ongoing observation and assessments are completed on each child every nine weeks. Assessment results are shared with parents at two parent/teacher conferences per year, during two nine-week report card periods, the final educational home visit and at other times upon parents request. Child assessment information will only be shared with the parents or legal guardians of each child.
HOME VISITS

Because the home is a child's first school, and the parent is the child's first teacher, home visits are a rich service provided at least once a year. The purpose of home visits are:


 To gain better understanding of the child, his environment, and family.
 To conduct a lesson with the parent and child in their most familiar learning environment.
 To collect or convey information.

 To give encouragement and support.

 To build trust.

 To provide a book for the at-home library.


Note: Home visits may be made in emergency situations.


What is Kindergarten Readiness?
Children are more likely to enjoy and cope successfully with their first school experience if they have already had positive experiences being in a group of children. Children can approach new relationships with confidence if they have already enjoyed receiving guidance from adults outside of the family, and had a chance to learn and practice social skills such as joining a group, taking turns, or getting help from others. In our Virginia Preschool Initiative Program, your child will have the opportunity to participate in these experiences. The characteristics that

most affect how well a child learns in school are:


Self Control:

the ability to make decisions about how and when to express feelings

and control our actions; developing inner control
Confidence:

believing in oneself and feeling successful
Curiosity:

a sense that finding out about things is good and enjoyable
Intentionality:

pursing a goal with a sense of purpose and sticking with it

Relatedness:

a sense of belonging; connecting to others
Capacity to Communicate:

having the ability and desire to exchange ideas and feelings with

others either with words, gestures, or movements
Cooperativeness:

the ability to balance one’s own needs with someone else’s needs.
Supporting you as your child’s best teacher is part of our Virginia Preschool Initiative goals. Throughout the year, we will provide support and suggestions to families on how to:

1) Help children feel good about their play

2) Provide information and guidance on recording observations of your child(ren) and how these observations are included in the completion of the Preschool PAL’s assessment

3) Provide appropriate discipline and behavior management

4) Provide preventative health and dental care

5) Use the home as a learning environment

6) Achieve a successful transition into kindergarten

PROGRAM AND SCHOOL RULES & REGULATIONS


The following rules and regulations must be followed for the safety, well being, and education of all students in this program:


  1. Each parent must attend a program orientation before their child is allowed to

attend school.
2. Parents delivering children to school must take them to class. Children must not be left at the school door to make their way to class alone. Also, parents bringing children to school are requested to use the front entrance doors on Dinwiddie Avenue. Children are not permitted in the classrooms before the center’s scheduled start time.
3. If a student is late, he/she must be signed in at the main office. Late students will not be admitted into class without a late arrival slip from the main office.
4. Parents and others who need to pick up a student before the daily dismissal time must report to the main office. Students will be released only to authorized persons who show a picture I. D. to school officials. An early dismissal slip from the main office must be presented to the classroom teacher before a student is released.
5. All visitors/volunteers must report to the main office to sign a visitor/volunteer log and receive a visitor/volunteer badge before going to a classroom or moving around the building. Teachers have been instructed not to admit into their classrooms any persons without a visitor/volunteer badge.
6. Smoking is not permitted in this building or on school grounds. .
7. Parents are required to participate in at least two home visits during the year.
8. To promote student success, parents must read to their children daily and be actively involved in their preschool experience.
9. All Woodlawn Staff are required by law to call the Hopewell Department of Social Services if they suspect that a child has been abused or neglected. If a report is made, it remains the goal of the program to continue to support the child and the parents.
10. Parents may purchase student accident and dental insurance through the school. Insurance coverage includes student accidents, athletics, special events, catastrophes, camps, clinics, field trips, and dental injuries.


Attendance Policy

1. Students are expected to attend class daily. Each absence shall be explained in writing and signed by parents. Otherwise, the absence is unexcused.


2. A doctor’s note is required for prolonged periods of illness. A prolonged absence is defined as five or more days of illness. Please contact us if a prolonged absence is anticipated.
3. When five cumulative absences occur, which have not been excused, an attendance letter will be mailed to the parent by the teacher.
4. When five more absences occur, which have not been excused, the teacher will notify the supervisor of early childhood education. The supervisor of early childhood education will then call the parent/guardian to discuss the importance of being at school every day. Other actions may be taken as deemed necessary on a case by case basis.
5. When 15 absences occur, which have not been excused, the student may be withdrawn from the preschool program and placed on the preschool waiting list.

DRESS CODE


The following dress code is recommended for students attending the Woodlawn Learning Center:


*play clothes that can be washed
*sneakers or shoes with rubber soles (no shoes with open toes)
*clothes with fasteners that children can open and close without assistance
*cool clothes for warm weather and warm clothes for cold weather
*Drawstrings on coats and sweaters are dangerous. For your child's safety, drawstrings should be removed or shortened so they may not become tangled in bus doors, playground equipment, etc.
Going outside is part of our daily curriculum. Please dress your child appropriately for the weather including hats, gloves, and boots when necessary. Rubber soled shoes, preferably sneakers are recommended.

REMINDER:
Parents know their children best. Realizing that accidents and spills can happen, parents are required to send an extra set of clothing (to include underwear and socks) that is appropriate for the weather of the season within the first thirty days of school.
*All children’s clothing and other belongings must be labeled by the parent/guardian. Any clothes not labeled, will be labeled by the teacher.

PARENT RESPONSIBILITIES




Parent(s)/Guardian(s) should:


  1. Keep informed by checking your child’s book bag each day

for fliers and other important school messages. Read carefully and respond to notices sent home.
2. Work cooperatively with the school to provide a quality preschool experience for your child.
3. Read aloud to your child regularly (daily, if possible).

4. Make sure your preschoolers get eight to ten hours of sleep each night in order to enhance the preschool experience and maintain health and growth.




  1. Ensure school attendance. Please send your child to school on time daily unless he/she is sick or otherwise excused. If your child is unable to attend for more than one day, please contact the school.




  1. Provide school supplies as stated on the list from your child’s teacher.




  1. Know that education of a child is the job of the school, but the responsibility of the parent.


Illness Policy
For the protection of all children, children who are sick or who have an illness or condition that is contagious (can be passed on to others), should not go to Virginia Preschool classrooms, Group Socializations, or field trips until they are no longer contagious.
Please do not bring your child to Woodlawn Learning Center if he/she:

�� is too sick to comfortably take part in regular activities.

�� has signs or symptoms that may be a contagious illness or condition such as: a fever (100 degrees or higher), sore throat with fever, vomiting, or diarrhea.

�� has a diagnosed contagious illness or condition such as: Chickenpox, Head Lice, Ringworm, or Strep Throat.


Please check with the Nurse about when your child can return to school if they

develop any of the above symptoms or illnesses. Virginia Preschool is required to follow the State of Virginia guidelines regarding the temporary exclusion of ill children. The full guidelines are posted on parent boards. Parents and staff with the above symptoms or conditions should also exclude themselves from Virginia Preschool activities until they are no longer contagious.


Medication Policy
Medications that must be taken during school hours can be given to your child by the Nurse or designated MAT trained school employee.

However, before giving the medication at school, we must have a completed Medication Permission Form on file. This form needs to be signed by you and your child’s doctor. Prescription medicine must be in the original bottle with the doctor’s written directions on it. Over the counter (non‐prescription) medicine must be in its original bottle and also requires a Medication Permission Form signed by you and your child’s doctor before it may be given by the Nurse. Medicine may not be brought by a child to a Virginia Preschool classroom.


Please note that if your child is in one of our classrooms and has prescription for a “rescue” medicine (such as an inhaler in case of an asthma attack or Epi‐Pen in case of a bee sting), this medicine must be in the Nurse’s office whenever your child is present. We recommend that you get a second container of the medication to keep at home so that bringing medicine to and from home is not a concern.

I
MPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS


Get Ready for School
NEW CHICKENPOX VACCINATION REQUIREMENT
Chickenpox Immunizations will be required for children who have not had chickenpox. This includes children entering:


  • 4 year old programs (Head Start, and Virginia Preschool Initiative programs) in September 2005.




  • Kindergarten in September 2005.



For more information, call your doctor or your local health department.
(Message from the Virginia Department of Health)

CLASS RULES






EYES LOOKING


EARS LISTENING



HANDS HELPING







FEET WALKING

BUS RULES


Transportation
The Hopewell Public School System will provide transportation for the students to and from the center daily.
The following policies/rules govern the buses so that the students can arrive at school safely each day:
1. Children and adults are not permitted to bring medications, food, candy, or toys on the bus.
2. Students will be picked up and dropped off at the same place each day. If you need to change your pick up, you must come to the school and complete a form before any change is made. This change may take three to five working days.
3. Drivers cannot wait at the stop because they are on a tight schedule. Please have your child at the bus stop ten minutes before the designated pick up and drop off time.
4. Parents should notify the Principal a week in advance when moving to a new address.
5. Only the adults (children 14 & older) who are listed on the permission form will be allowed to pick up a child at the bus stop.
6. If there is no one at the bus stop, the child will be returned to the Center, and it will then become the parents' responsibility to pick up the child from school immediately.
7. The driver will not make a return trip for anyone who missed the bus.
8. Each parent/guardian will sign a Bus Policy Agreement form stating they will follow the bus rules and policies.
REMEMBER: BUS SAFETY IS EVERYONE'S BUSINESS


VIRGINIA PRESCHOOL

BUS RULES

Riding the bus is a privilege which carries with it certain responsibilities. In order to transport children safely to and from school, it is necessary that certain basic safety rules be obeyed.



RULES FOR BUS SAFETY





  1. FOLLOW DIRECTIONS THE FIRST TIME THEY ARE GIVEN BY THE BUS DRIVER.




  1. KEEP HANDS, FEET, AND OBJECTS TO YOURSELF.




  1. STAY IN YOUR SEAT.




  1. KEEP ALL PARTS OF YOUR BODY—AND ALL OBJECTS—INSIDE THE BUS.




  1. NO LOUD TALKING OR FIGHTING.




  1. NO FOOD, DRINK, OR GUM IS ALLOWED ON THE BUS.


CONSEQUENCES





  1. DRIVER WARNS STUDENT.




  1. CHILD MUST CHANGE SEAT.




  1. CHILD IS THE LAST ONE OFF THE BUS.




  1. CONFERENCE WITH BUS DRIVER.




  1. REFERRAL SENT TO PARENTS. A conference will be held with the principal and student on each occasion a student receives a bus referral from the bus driver.




  1. AFTER 3 BUS REFERRALS, SUSPENSION OF BUS PRIVILEGES FOR 3 DAYS. PARENTS MUST PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM SCHOOL DURING THIS TIME.




  1. IF THESE VIOLATIONS CONTINUE, THE PRIVILEGE OF RIDING THE BUS WILL BE WITHDRAWN AND THE PARENTS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM SCHOOL.

THE CHILD IS UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE BUS DRIVER WHILE ON THE BUS. THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE VERY IMPORTANT AND MUST BE ADHERED TO IN ORDER TO PROVIDE A SAFE RIDE TO AND FROM SCHOOL.



Transportation – Safety Education for Children and Parents
A. Introduction
In the last several years, the Federal government has issued new regulations around preschool

transportation. Among other things, these regulations require that when Virginia Preschool Programs transports children, children are to be transported in “school bus vehicles”. The regulations also require that Virginia Preschool programs provide transportation safety education to parents and children. This process is to begin within the first 30 days of the program year, and will continue throughout the year in Virginia Preschool classrooms and on home visits. Hopewell Public Schools Department of Transportation will conduct bus safety drills with children during the program year. Our goal is for Virginia Preschool children and parents to be knowledgeable in “best practices” around transportation safety, and to prepare for the transition to kindergarten where most children will ride school buses on a daily basis.


The following is an overview of transportation safety information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and other sources on the internet. Much of the information set forth below can be viewed online at www.nhtsa.gov. Parents, right away, please begin to share this important information with your children. We want all children to be as safe as possible in all circumstances, and we need to make a special effort to be sure that children understand all of the “do’s and don’ts” around transportation safety!
B. Safe Riding Practices
Children need to behave safely during the school bus ride. Basic safety rules include the following:

1. Always sit fully in the seat and face forward

2. Never distract the driver

3. Never stand on a moving bus

4. Obey the driver

5. Speak in a low voice, no screaming or shouting

6. Never stick anything out the window (arms, legs, head, bookbags, etc.)
C. Safety procedures for boarding and leaving the vehicle
Because getting on and off the bus is the most dangerous part of the school bus ride, the loading and unloading area is called the “Danger Zone.” This area ‐ which extends ten feet in front of the bus, ten feet on each side of the bus, and behind the bus ‐ is where children are at greatest risk of not being seen by the bus driver. Throughout the year, especially at the start of school, children need to be taught how to get on and off the school bus safely. Parents should help their children learn and follow these common‐sense practices:

1. Get to the bus stop at least five minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive.

2. Running to catch the bus is dangerous and can lead to injuries.

3. When the bus approaches, stand at least five giant steps (10 feet) away from the curb, and line up away from the street.

4. Wait until the bus stops, the door opens, & the driver says that it’s okay before stepping onto the bus.

5. If you have to cross the street in front of the bus, walk on the sidewalk or along the road to a point at least five giant steps ahead of the bus before you cross.

6. Be sure that the bus driver can see you and you can see the bus driver when crossing the street.

SCHOOL BUS SAFETY



Stay seated with

seat belt on at all times. Do not throw

objects.






Do not eat on the bus. No hurting hands.



Hopewell Public Schools

Woodlawn Learning Center Preschool & Preschool Special Education

Home Visit & Parent Teacher Conference Schedule

2015-2016

DATE ACTIVITY
September 3, 2015 Orientation

September 8, 2015 First Day of School

September 30, 2015 Home Visits

October 22, 2015 Parent/Teacher Conference Day

February 29, 2016 Home Visits

March 17, 2016 Parent/Teacher Conference Day

May 5, 2016 All Home Visits Completed
Each teacher “must make no less than two visits per program year to the home of each enrolled child unless the parent expressly forbid such visits.”
In the event the home visit is cancelled, the teacher must re-schedule the visit during a time which does not interfere with the instructional or training schedule.



WOODLAWN LEARNING CENTER’S

VIRGINIA PRESCHOOL SUPPLY LIST

2015 - 2016



  1. One box of Ziploc bags (large or small)

  2. Girls- bring baby wipes

  3. Boys- bring box of tissues and Paper plates

  4. Full size book bags (No rollers)

  5. Complete changes of clothes (pants, shirt, underwear, and socks) 1 set of clothes for year round. (Please label with student’s name)

  6. Two bath towels (Please label with student’s name)


PLEASE BE SURE THAT YOUR CHILD BRINGS THE BOLDED ITEMS ABOVE ON THE FIRST DAY.
***We are looking forward to a GREAT YEAR!


Draft

To: Principals




From: Kim F. Evans, Ed. D.


Assistant Superintendent for Instruction
Re: 2015-2016 Grading Periods and Distribution


MARKING PERIOD ENDING DATES




First Nine Weeks September 8 – November 13, 2015 47 days


Second Nine Weeks November 16 – January 29, 2016 42 days

Third Nine Weeks February 1 – April 15, 2016 47days

Fourth Nine Weeks April 18 - June 16, 2016 44 days

TOTAL 180 days




INTERIM ENDING DATES

First Interim October 9, 2015 24 days


Second Interim December 11, 2015 18 days

Third Interim March 10, 2016 23 days

Fourth Interim May 13, 2016 20 days


INTERIM AND REPORT CARD DISTRIBUTION

First Interim Monday, October 19, 2015


First Nine Weeks Friday, October 13, 2015

Report Card Issued Monday, November 23, 2015
Second Interim Thursday, December 17, 2015

Second Nine Weeks Friday, January 29, 2016

Report Card Issued Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Third Interim Thursday, March 10, 2016

Third Nine Weeks Friday, April 15, 2016



Report Card Issued Thursday, April 16, 2015??

Fourth Interim Thursday, May 19, 2016


Fourth Nine Weeks* Thursday, June 16, 2016



*Elementary report cards will be distributed on the last day of school. Parents will be notified by the secondary schools of their date of distribution for the last nine weeks.


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