Read 2003 Back to School Tab text version

Back to School

Third Grade

Mrs. Buckel Alm, Brooke Andersen, Jeremy Barnhart, Lindsay Behounek, Kyle Crosser, Dalton Denholm, Mason Duryee, Michael Frazier, Zachary Haglund, Baylen Hammond, Brittney Hanson, Kari Hoppe, Desiree Krause, Hunter Lagerquist, Colton Sauerbrei, Andrew Smith, Allison Unger, Jacob Walker, LaKayla Weise, Murphy Williamson, Megan Wilson, Becca M r. Norton Augustine, Cody Bahr, Nathan Bennett, Christina Campbell, Jake Dagit, Caleb Egeland, Dalton Hammond, Ashley Harms, Megan Hermsen, Travis Holdgrafer, Brandon Hoover, Josh Liittschwager, Kylie Miller, Drew Peterson, Jamie Redmond, Kort Rieks, Logan Showalter, Alexis Stamp, Emily Stockdale, Macy Ullestad, Joshua Wilwert, Meggie Mrs. Reingardt Ahlberg, Danial Chuong, Mindy Counsell, Dillon Eisentrager, Mason Emerson, Sarah Gritsch, Quinn Hadwiger, Rachel Havlik, Devon Heitland, Hunter Klemesrud, Tiara Meier, Jessie Norman, Brandon Olson, Taven Richtsmeier, Jared Robertson, Haley Sorenson, Amanda Vanderpool, Dylan Whitman, Lauren Williams, Jack Zmolek, Meaghan Mrs. Weidemann Adams, Sarah Caruth, Madison Crawford, Cale Estes, Zack Felland, Kyah Gehrls, Alexis Gillmore, Amy Halder, Mary Jane Hermsen, Tyler Holdgrafer, Blake Johnson, Colin Loring, Colin McDaniel, Brayden Messer, Myra Patel, Parth Pettus, Jesse Picht, Jillian Roark, Shana Simons, Taylor Timm, Jessie Watts, Mike

Iowa Falls

Mumaw, Meggan Murray, Calli Oelmann, Burgundy Off, Lindsay Olson, Kade Peterson, Seth Rieks, Curtis Roark, Sammy Strange, Stephen Vogel, Kyle Walker, Tanner Weidemann, Paige Windecker, Dylan Miss Cleveringa Anderson, Gatlin Blohm, Tim Booth, Matthew Borkowski, Jordan Bradley, Derek Carlberg, Lexi Colwell, Mary DeVries, Ben Gorder, Joey Kent, Jennie Krogh, Hannah Krumm, Kourtney Moreno, Julyo Mott, Telyn Newton, Tanner Peterson, Christian Price, Tyler Rockwell, Jessica Vanderpool, Charlee Walker, Lucas Williamson, Stacy Wubben, Nick Furman, Hannah Gillmore, Amber Hunt, Zac Lawson, Samantha Liekweg, Jordan Marquis, Kylie Messer, Ashley Meyer, Garret Meyer, Nathan Morton, John Nelson, Leah Nevin, Kevin Newton, Kim Ostbloom, Matt Perkins, Joshua Pettus, Jeremy Roberts, Cody Thompson, Cole Vanderpool, Lee Wagoner, Kolby Werkmeister, Anthony Mrs. Braga Ball, Tim Bennett, Johnathan Brady, Josh Britton, Bethany Broer, Jacob Campbell, Ellen Gresser, Derek Hadwiger, Chase Hernandez, Patty Holm, Jacob Jeffries, Alex Johnson, Brooke Kannegieter, Chynna

page 7

Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grade Class Assignments

Mrs. Jones Bonin, Sami Brannick, Kory Broer, Henry Campbell, Tanner Cole, Sarah Douglas, C.J. Ellingson, Chase Frazier, Ronnie Hastings, Brian Herzberg, Tucker Houston, Stacey Johnson, Huston Johnson, Kayla Kent, Morgan Kifer, Caitlin Kramer, Robert McGough, Brenna Patel, Bhavin Regan, Mac Rodamaker, Meaghan Stockdale, Brandon Sunken, Thomas Thielen, Jessica Kluesner, Jenny Meyer, Kyle Mumaw, Codi Rabe, David Smith, Alyson Spurgeon, Andrew Ulrich, Levi Williamson, Jacob Wood, Blayze Zimpfer, Ashley Mrs. Hansen Blohm, Tia Brighton, Chelsea Brockman, Jordan Burnham, Sage Dozier, Nick Eisentrager, McKenzie Forgy, Colton Freebury, Dakota Geitz, Katie Grimm, Erika Hansen, Nick Haydon, Shelby Kent, James Klindt, Carl Krause, Parker Loewen, Ashlee McDaniel, Dylan Metz, Ethan Meyer, Ben Miller, Shelby Pigeon, Freeman Smith, Ashley Swart, Siera

Fourth Grade

M r. Belken Anderson, Jared Bahr, Justin Baugh, Kathy Cooper, Erin Eaton, Ashley Eggleston, Tabrina Gorder, Ganon Kirby, Richard Kulow, Jordan

Fifth Grade

Mrs. Allen Brady, Chris Caruth, Bo Croot, Danielle

Riverbend Middle School

Sixth Grade Orientation

The Riverbend Middle School sixth grade students and their parents are invited to an orientation on Tuesday, August 19, at the middle school. The orientation will start at 7 p.m. Students and parents will travel by homerooms to four general sessions, each lasting around fifteen minutes. Sessions include: exploratories, library/AR, general building procedures, and homeroom expectations. Locker assignments and class schedules will also be passed out during homeroom time at orientation. Students may spend as much time as they wish to look around and "practice" opening the assigned locker. Channel One News has become the number one news source for America's teenagers. Although only 12 minutes in duration, Channel One News brings hard news and relevant issues into school classrooms every day and does it in a format that students find interesting and engaging.

Middle School Learning Center

The Learning Center Program has been designed to prevent potential school dropout. The program places emphasis on identification and counseling services for students who may be at-risk. The Learning Center uses the following areas for possible identification: (1) absenteeism, truancy, or tardiness; (2) poor and failing grades; (3) low achievement test scores in math or reading; (4) limited school identification (no extra-curricular activities). Activities used in the Learning Center include goal setting, reviewing weekly progress reports, tutoring in academic areas, peer tutoring, reviewing study skills, learning test-taking skills, discussing note-taking, practicing organizational skills, and utilizing student agendas. Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Kuhfus will supervise the Learning Center.

Middle School Student Agenda

To encourage home/school communication, all students will have a Riverbend Student agenda. This year's agenda also includes the "Student/Parent Handbook". The agendas have been specially designed for middle school students. The Riverbend "Internet Agreement" signed by both the student and parent will also be in this personalized agenda. Each agenda has enough assignment pages for the entire school year. Student hall passes are also included at the back of each agenda. As the daily announcements are read during Homeroom each morning, students will be asked to "get out their agendas" and record any pertinent information. All teachers will require students to use these agendas and students should have their agendas with them at all times. Parents are asked to check their child's agenda on a regular basis not only for assignment completion, but for upcoming events. The middle school staff and students feel that using these agendas will help everyone become better organized enabling them to put forth their best effort.

Accelerated Reader

Riverbend Middle School students will be participating in the Accelerated Reader program during the 2003-2004 school year. Accelerated Reader provides literaturebased reading practice and software. More than 2,299 titles are on the Accelerated Reader title list. Students choose their own books, and read them at their own pace. After finishing their books, students take a short quiz on the computer. Finally, both the student and teacher get a report that provides immediate, individualized constructive feedback to direct ongoing reading practice. Accelerated Reader is used in over 37,500 schools across the country to motivate students to dramatically increase book reading. Thanks to a generous donation from the Iowa Falls State Bank, this program is available to Riverbend Middle School students. Many thanks to the Iowa Falls State Bank for their continued support of our children.

Homeroom/Channel One

Riverbend students will report to their homeroom assignments each morning. During this 20 minute homeroom time, attendance and lunch count will be taken and daily announcements read over the intercom. After the announcements are read, students will be watching Channel One News.

Information

2003 Back to School Tab

1 pages

Find more like this

Report File (DMCA)

Our content is added by our users. We aim to remove reported files within 1 working day. Please use this link to notify us:

Report this file as copyright or inappropriate

40354


You might also be interested in

BETA
2003 Back to School Tab