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    Mrs. Wallace's Class Pageapple
    267-893-4500 ext. 1356
    Room 508
     

    Hi Families! Welcome to our virtual Back to School Night. For your listening pleasure, first please click here to view Mrs. Pustay's welcome message: Mrs. Pustay's Welcome

    Next, click the next link to access my Back to School Night presentation:  Mrs. Wallace's BTSN

    Finally, if you'd like to join me for a live Q&A session, I am available between 7-7:30 p.m. via the following link: Ask Mrs. Wallace

     

     
    Dear Third Graders and Third Grade Families,
     
    Welcome to my website!  Here you will find lots of useful information about our classroom happenings.  Visit my page to gain access to helpful links to other CB sites too.  Enjoy exploring!
     
    Click here to access CLASSLINK. When students open Edge, ClassLink should open up as the homepage. The district recommends students use ClassLink to access Microsoft 365 tools.
     
     
    Below is a link to Titus' Parent Volunteer page with FAQ and information letting you know how you can get involved!
     
     

      

     

     
  • Mission Statement:

    Titus Elementary believes in providing second chance learning when students have not demonstrated their understanding of secure grade level skills. Second chance learning includes the re-teaching of secure skills followed by a reassessment of those concepts. These opportunities will vary based on individual student needs and teacher discretion. Parents/students will be notified when second chance learning is necessary.

     

    On progress reports, student grades and teacher comments will reflect the second chance learning given throughout the marking period. 

    Second Chance Learning is an opportunity for:

    Re-testing is offered when:

        • Teacher to re-teach SECURE skills in a small group or one on one
        • Teacher to provide scaffolded instruction
        • Student to demonstrate understanding in a different format (verbal instead of written, alternate question types, etc.)

     

     

        • Student does not require re-teaching
        • Student did not adequately prepare for an assessment
        • Student did not follow assessment directions or made careless mistakes