Supply List 2018-2019
Below is a list of supplies needed according to each grade level. Please check back again shortly if the supply list you are requesting does not appear.
Rhawnhust School Handbook
This handbook sets forth general guidance for parents/guardians and students enrolled at Rhawnhurst Elementary School. Rhawnhurst school guidelines will be available online for you to view at any time. A copy of this handbook will be posted on the website and will be updated regularly.
Graduation and Promotion Requirements
The September 29, 2005 Promotion and Graduation Policy provides information on the requirements that must be met by students to be promoted and grade 12 students to graduate. These requirements include passing major subjects and completion of a project. Supports for students, including an extended day program, will be in place to help students meet the requirements. The TerraNova and End of Grade (EOG) tests will no longer be administered as system-wide assessments. Other assessments are being administered as needed. This policy will remain in effect until a new policy is issued.
We currently utilize the following programs throughout our school:
- Envision Math
- Ready Gen- Reading
- FOSS Science
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First In Math
First In Math is a curriculum supplement that gives students the fundamental skills they need to achieve their academic goals. It delivers fluency in:
- basic addition
In addition it provides children and families higher-order thinking skills such as
- mental math
- problem solving
- pattern sensing
- number sense
LEXIA Reading Program
With Lexia, each student controls the pace and path of their learning. When they first log in, students are placed automatically at the proper level based on their performance and work independently on developing their fundamental reading skills in targeted activities based on individual needs. Lexia provides explicit, systematic, adaptive learning, scaffolding instruction for students as they struggle and advancing them to higher levels as they demonstrate proficiency.
- Identifies instructional groups and tiers of instruction
- Prioritizes students at the greatest risk of reading failure
- Supports independent student learning, notifying teachers only when students struggle