Kindergarten Weekly Homework

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Groups meet during the school day during lunch, recess and other non-academic times.Consult the teacher or school office for specific information on these student services.When an absence occurs, the parents/guardians are asked to please notify the school office between 8 and a.m..

Groups meet during the school day during lunch, recess and other non-academic times.Consult the teacher or school office for specific information on these student services.When an absence occurs, the parents/guardians are asked to please notify the school office between 8 and a.m..

Teachers will inform students and parents of their systems for grading homework and penalties for late or missing homework assignments and projects.

Students are occasionally absent from school due to personal illness, medical appointments, family emergencies, a death in the family, religious observance, etc.

It is difficult to predict how concepts will be grasped and content understood by the group in advance of the actual lessons.

As a result, formal homework assignments will not be prepared in advance for extended absences.

General suggestions for reinforcing reading, math, spelling and writing skills may be made in lieu of specific homework tasks.

The specific assignments will be gathered during the period of absence and provided to the child upon his/her return to school.Since homework is both an extension and a reinforcement of class work, it is not as effective when done as an isolated exercise.Teachers also find it difficult to accurately project exactly what will be taught during a child’s extended absence.In the primary grades (K – 2) daily assignments are not formally graded and reflected in report card grades.Concerns will be reflected under the Work and Study Habits sections on the report cards.The child will be given a reasonable period of time to complete the assignments.At times students may require additional support to be able to successfully complete homework assignments and long-term projects or to study for tests.Because there are many reasons that students have trouble with homework there are many alternative services offered to help them to be more successful.These services include individual or small group support in areas such as (but not limited to): Students are recommended for participation in these services by teachers and/or parents/guardians.Individual abilities, study skills and time management practices will determine the length of time a student will actually spend on any given task.Time to complete extra credit activities is not included in these time guidelines.

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