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PENDLETON EARLY LEARNING CENTER STRONG BEGINNINGS. BRIGHT FUTURES.

STUDENT SUCCESS

We are committed to helping all children succeed. We have many ways to help children learn and to ensure those who need additional supports are successful. The Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) is one way our school provides those supports. Every six weeks our teachers meet to review student progress. MTSS is a multi-step process of providing instruction and support to promote the academic and behavioral success of all children. Individual children’s progress is monitored and results are used to make decisions about further instruction and intervention. MTSS is most commonly used in addressing reading, math, attendance and behavior, but it can also be used in other areas. A key component to the MTSS process is that all children receive high quality curriculum and instruction in the general education classroom (Tier I). Another component of the MTSS process is that the school conducts universal screenings. Universal screenings review the progress of all students, which are typically given three times a year. These screenings help schools identify students who may need more support or other types of instruction. As a result, students may be identified as needing supplemental instruction (a Tier II level of support) in addition to the high quality instruction they are receiving in Tier I. Research based interventions are used to support students in the area of need. These interventions are teaching strategies or methods that have been proven to be effective in helping children be more successful with academics or behavior. There are many different kinds of interventions and instruction that can happen in the classroom, outside the classroom or in small groups.

DECEMBER FUN AT THE PELC

Gingerbread hunts, holiday traditions around the world, Grinch fun, and much more!

LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW!

Our first snowfall in kindergarten came on the day of our Holiday Program, making it even more magical!

HOLIDAY PROGRAMS

A big thank-you to Mrs. Dinkel, our wonderful music teacher, and our students for a fantastic performance!

HO-HO-HO

Santa and Mrs. Claus made a surprise visit to the PELC today. It was an extra-special day for all!

Book FAIR

Our recent Book Fair was a big success. Thank-you for supporting this event, and purchasing books for your families. We had sales totaling $2236.27, which helps us put books back in the hands of our students at the PELC.

UPCOMING DATES

December 21-January 1 : Winter Break--- NO SCHOOL

January 2: School Resumes

January 9: Parent Club Meeting, 5:30 pm--- PELC Community Room

January 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day--- NO SCHOOL

January 26: Staff In-Service---NO SCHOOL

Our PELC Staff wishes you a holiday season filled with the joy of family and friends and a Happy New Year! We will see you again on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

Created By
Lori Hale
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