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Welcome to Mrs. Inglish's Class

Welcome

Welcome to Kindergarten! This is such a big year for your little ones! For some, it is their first school experience. There are many big changes in their lives. We have a lot of changes at our school as well, with new programs and technologies.

Classroom Expectations

We have been focusing on standards based assessment and grading for a number of years. Standards are those things that your child should know or be able to do by the end of each school year. California, along with 44 other states, has recently adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). These standards are performance based: what your child can do, how they perform. You can go to the California State Department of Education website to download all the standards for your child's current year in school.  http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/cc

Here are some of the key CCSS we will be focused on this year:

Language Arts

  • Reading
    • Read grade level appropriate text - informational and prose
      • ask and answer questions
      • retell stories
      • describe characters/people, setting and major events
    • Demonstrate an understanding of print and sounds
      • sentence conventions (capitalization, end marks)
      • blending and isolating sounds and syllables
      • know and apply spelling patterns/phonetic structure of words: silent e, blends, endings, etc.
  • Writing
    • Write informational text
    • Write opinion pieces (argumentative writing)
    • Write narratives
  • Speaking and Listening
    • Participate in conversations.
    • Ask and answer questions orally: about a text or about a conversation.
    • Describe people, places and things
    • Produce complete sentences orally.
  • Language
    • Grammar: use nouns, ., verbs, adjectives, prepositions and conjunctions appropriately.
    • Conventions:  capitalization, punctuation (end marks and commas), conventional spelling for high frequency words, phonetic spelling for non high frequency words.
    • Meaning: determine meaning of words using context clues and root words.
    • Word Relationships: sort words into categories, understand synonyms and adjectives
Math - This overview was taken directly from the California Dept. of Education Website. 
  • Operations and Algebraic Thinking
    • Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction.
    • Understand and apply properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction.
    • Add and subtract within 20.
    • Work with addition and subtraction equations.
  • Number and Operations in Base Ten

    • Extend the counting sequence.
    • Understand place value.
    • Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract.
  • Measurement and Data

    • Measure lengths indirectly and by iterating length units.
    • Tell and write time.
    • Represent and interpret data.
  • Geometry
    • Reason with shapes and their attributes
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About Me

This is currently my 20th year teaching in West Covina Unified School District. I began at California elementary, as Miss Stoppa, teaching upper grade (fourth and fifth). After five years I moved down to Kindergarten, where I taught for 10 years. I moved up to first grade for 3 years, and now I'm back in Kindergarten! I married in 2006 and have since been Mrs. Inglish. I am also a proud parent to a 7 year old boy, a 4 year old girl, and an18 month old boy. :)  

I received my bachelors degree as well as my teaching credential from Cal Poly Pomona. In May 2010, I graduated from Southwestern Law University and received my Juris Doctorate Degree. I try to translate the issues of justice and fairness from my schooling to my students at Wescove School. I received my Masters in Teaching with a specialization in technology in 2012.

Our World

Our World

We are CHAMPS!

 

At Wescove, we are utilizing the CHAMPS program for student behavior. This program focuses on communicating expectations with students for each activity. We also have three overall expectations for student behavior: Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Safe. Our schoolwide rules for these expectations are as follows:

 

  • Be Respectful
  • Complete all assigned tasks
  • Come to class on time
  • Take care of materials and supplies
     
  • Be Responsible:
  • Use quiet voices
  • Raise your hand and wait your turn to speak
  • Listen to the speaker
  • Be Kind
  • Keep hands, feet and objects to self at all times
  • While seated, keep 2 feet and chair on the floor
  • Walk at all times.