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3rd/6th A/B day RAMP

 

You can visit the district resource page at the link below to learn more about RAMP and the other topics covered at the Sixth Grade Open House Orientation.

http://ams.usd385.org/130046_2

Click link to see Weekly Calendar: https://tinyurl.com/yxzdy2pu

RAMP

Rigor, gaining Access, maintaining Motivation, and practicing Persistence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Concepts:           CAREER CRUSIING          SKILLS          KNOWLEDGE          HABITS   SUCCESS          FUTURE CAREERS          EMOTIONAL AWARENESS       SOCIAL SKILLS

Mrs. Friend                         Frienda@usd385.org                                   A/B        

 Phone# 316-218-4610 

What to Bring Everyday:

  • Agenda Book
  • Reading book

 

Tips for Success:

  • Be prepared to work and have fun.
  • ‚ÄčKeep your Agenda up to date
  • Keep your locker clean
  • Keep your binders tidy

 

Expectations:

Lessons:

  • Will listen, discuss, and complete given asks that relate to topics about school, future careers, emotional awareness, and social skills.

Work Independently Time (WIT):

  • When scheduled you will have time to work on assignments for your classes.  You can go to library for AR test.

Silent Reading (SR):

  • When scheduled you will read your AR book independently.  You will not be allowed to go to the library, so come prepared.

Agenda Check:

  • Your RAMP teacher will check to make sure you are filling out your agenda completely. We will discuss expectations.

Book Check:

  • Your RAMP teacher will check to make sure you are bringing your AR book to class (it should be going to all your classes).

Locker Check:

  • Your RAMP teacher will check your locker to make sure you are keeping your locker clean and organized.

Binders Check:

  • Your RAMP teacher will check your binder to make sure you are keeping it tidy and that your work is being put away in the correct locations.

Projects:

  • Throughout the year there will be projects that you will complete in class over future jobs, sleeping patterns, etc…

 

Homework

  • Class time is designated to complete assignments. Homework results from not using class time effectively.

Grading

Points:

  • 1 points for agenda, locker, binder, Wit, SR, and book depending on what is scheduled for that week.
  • 2 points for lessons.
  • Varied points for project

Pass/Fail Class