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The Scoop of the Month
Happy FIRST full month of school! We hope you have enjoyed the first few weeks of school and have adjusted to the new school year!
We’ve made a few adjustments this year with arrival, dismissal, school policies, and curriculum. With arrival, please ensure your student(s) is
here prior to the 8:00 A.M. bell. If they arrive after 8, a parent MUST walk in the child to the front office to sign them in. For dismissal, we have
two walker’s gates at the front of the school and one car loop in the rear of campus. Walkers must walk off campus and car riders MUST exit in
a car. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCE will students be allowed to walk off campus with or without a parent in the car loop. Please note that all exit
gates will open at the 2:00 P.M. bell. Please also note that ID’s must be presented PRIOR to entering the building. Your assistance in keeping
our school safe is much appreciated!
Uniforms are back! We are a mandatory uniform school. Please ensure your child is in full uniform daily to avoid consequences. Jeans are only
allowed with spirit shirts on Fridays.
As we start our school year we want our students to meet their MAX potential. They ARE capable of achieving and growing, and our passion
is to help them reach their goals. In order to do that, your students will be taking beginning of the year assessments as a baseline. We will
use this data to make educational decisions to ensure they are learning each day.
Thank you for ALL of your continued support with your child’s education! We APPRECIATE you and welcome any opportunity for you to
stop by and see us!
Have a WONDERFUL month of September!
From our reading coach - Ms. Tyler -
Thank you for a great first couple of weeks of our new school year. Our students are moving into regular
instructional routines and are working hard toward individual learning goals.
This year, our assessment system looks incredibly new and all of our lions are taking assessments on the computer.
This is part of the FAST
state assessment system in which students will take such assessments three times a year: Fall, Winter, and Spring.
The first assessment has already started and will continue through the end of the month. Once the assessment is complete, your child’s teacher will be sharing results and
discussing instructional plans and recommendations.
From our math coach - Ms. Kerr -
Think of any number. Double the number. Add 9. Subtract 3. Divide your answer by 2. Subtract the answer with the number you started with… Presto!
Your answer is 3. Try this “math magic” with your friends and families to show how fun and entertaining Math could be.
Math is everywhere and prepares you for life. It helps to develop and sharpen your problem - solving skills. You learn the value of time and money
using numbers. Math facts help the muscles in your brain to stretch to unknown heights. The magic of math allows you to organize your thoughts,
rearrange information and it increases your ability to explain your thinking.
Math Magic allows you to understand numbers based on place values ranging from least to greatest. The magic of math is everywhere!
From Administration -
NLE Spotlight on Excellence!
Atlantic Technical College and Technical High School Trades Teacher Named Winner of $50,000 National Teacher Prize
Monday, October 3, 2022
A trades teacher at Atlantic Technical College and Technical High School will be surprised on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, with a $50,000 prize recognizing excellence in skilled trades education.
Ramblewood Middle School’s Annejeanette Washington Collins Named Florida Social Studies Teacher of the Year for Middle School
Monday, October 3, 2022
Congratulations to Annejeanette Washington Collins of Ramblewood Middle School on being named the Dr. Theron Trimble Florida Social Studies Teacher of the Year for Middle School by the Florida Council for the Social Studies
Saturday, October 1, 2022
Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) stands ready to assist our sister school districts following the devastation of Hurricane Ian
Friday, September 30, 2022
The BCPS Reengagement Initiative is a door-to-door effort working across Broward County to find students who have not re-enrolled in a District school this year and reengage them in their educational experience.