.WELCOME TO FRED MOODRY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL P.E.!MRS. HEIDI UNGARETTI
I am excited to begin the 2018-2019 school year at Fred Moodry Intermediate School. This is my 22nd year teaching in the Anaconda School District and my third year at FMIS.
Teaching your child is a tremendous responsibility and I will do my best to ensure that each student has a safe and motivating learning experience in this upcoming year. However I cannot do this without the help of you, the parents. We are partners in the learning process.
I believe that parent-teacher relationships are necessary for maximum school success. Throughout the year I will communicate through my website, notes, telephone call, emails, report cards and parent teacher conferences. I encourage you to contact me if you have any questions or concerns at any time. You can call me at the school, send me a written note or contact me via email.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:20-9:12 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 8:20- 9:05 Homeroom
9:14-10:06 Case Flynn Blume Tesson 9:15-9:45 Extra PE
10:08-11:00 Hogan Gates Peet Tozzi 9:45-10:15 Extra PE
11:03-12:00 Prep Time Prep Time 10:15-10:45 Extra PE
12:05-12:45 Lunch Lunch Lunch 10:45-11:15 Adaptive PE
12:45- 1:36 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 11:30-12:10 3rd/4th Lunch
1:38-2:30 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 12:00-12:40 Lunch
2:30-3:22 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 5/6 Grade 12:45-1:15 Extra PE
1:15- 1:45 Extra PE
1:45-2:15 Extra PEP.E. School Supplies
Pair of indoor sneakers
One box of facial tissue/ or Clorox Wipes to be sent in at your convenience for classroom use.3 Prong Pocket Folder
Classroom Expectations and Policies- "Teach The Expected Behaviors!"
Establishing good classroom discipline is essential to each child’s success, confidence and well-being. Every child should feel that the classroom environment is safe and secure; free from all threats of physical or emotional harm. In addition, it is important that each child learn to develop self-discipline and good work habits, to resolve conflicts peacefully, and to think independently.
On the first day of school, the children will learn the purpose of FMIS expectations and develop the idea that our school is a community with the common purpose of learning, growing and becoming friends.
I expect the students to:
Be Respectful !Be Responsible!Be Involved !andBe Safe!
The discipline plan includes the logical consequences that may occur when class rules are broken. Examples of logical consequences include time-out away from a classroom activity for class disruptions or bothering other children, cleaning or repairing damaged property, or written and/or verbal apologies for aggressive behavior, name calling or ridicule towards other children.This list is not inclusive since it is impossible to predict all incidents of misbehavior that may occur during the year. The idea is for the consequence to be related to the misbehavior and act as a solution or restitution for the problem. If classroom rules are severely or persistently broken, parents will be contacted by phone or email. A visit to the principal’s office is used as a last resort option, although at times it is the only option.
Our P.E. classroom will focus on positive behaviors with lots of positive reinforcement. Praising students when they have contributed positively to the classroom environment is also a disciplinary 'tactic'. Students need recognition not only for positive reinforcement but for building self-esteem and self-worth. All students will receive praise when it is appropriate; good behavior is always worth encouraging and taking notice.
I believe it is very important to communicate between home and school and will do my best to keep you informed. Should you have any questions, comments or concerns at anytime throughout the year, please contact me at:FMIS Office- 563-6361 Ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Best Wishes for A Great School Year,