Contact Us
Common Core Standards Internet Safety Presentation
17.18 School Calendar Bell Schedule Parent/Student Handbook
Schedules and News
Music Program

Fall Picture Day is Coming!!

Fall Picture Day will be held Wednesday, September 6th.  If you would like to order online or print an order form please use the links below.  All orders will be mailed directly to your home this year.

 

Login

Webstore Buttons-02.png

Administration

Johnston, Jody
Principal
Lemenager, Erika
Assistant Principal

School Volunteers

Egling Middle School encourages parents to join our team by volunteering some time at the school.  If you are interested, please see the attached link to our school volunteer brochure.

Volunteer Brochure

 

Eclipse Plan

With the eclipse happening on Monday, August 21st our plan for our students is to keep them indoors for the duration of the eclipse.  We have made arrangements for students to have PE and recess time indoors.  As well we have encouraged staff to have students view the eclipse on the TV or over the internet.  Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have. 

4-6th Grade Standards Based Grading

This year 4th-6th grade students will be assessed in relation to the California Common Core State Standards in math and language arts. The Next Generation Science Standards will be the reference for assessment in science.  We want parents to understand how their students’ knowledge and skills in reading, math, science, and all other subjects compare to the expectations set out in the California Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards.  We care about students’ success here in Colusa Unified, but we are really preparing them for success in their lives in the world beyond our schools.

 

Teachers have examined the standards and are focusing their lessons on the material that is important for students to know and be able to do. Grade levels have a common curriculum guide that helps them focus on explicit learning outcomes. Students’ work will be evaluated by comparing it with the expectations of the standards, embedding assessment in the lesson activities and carefully examining work samples.

 

Students will continue to do independent assignments, group work, projects and have homework.

 

Students will receive the following scores in subject areas. Please see the definitions for each band below.

 

4     Standards Met (Mastery):                   

The student’s work consistently demonstrates thorough understanding and precise application of grade level skills, processes and concepts with only minor occasional errors.

 

3     Approaching Standards (Approaching Mastery):        

The student’s work demonstrates proficiency and correct application of grade level skills, processes, and concepts with some errors.

 

2     Standards Nearly Met (Emerging):   

The student is working towards and demonstrates proficiency and is beginning to grasp and apply grade level skills, processes, and concepts but the work contains many errors.

 

1       Standards Not Met (Concerned):   

The student is making minimal or no progress towards proficiency and is consistently producing work that is one or two years below grade level. This student is at risk of retention.

 

To help clarify our expectations, we will post some examples of student work from each of these bands on our school website.

               

On the student’s report card, you will see an area that shares a student’s progress in their approaches to learning in the following areas:

  • Interacts appropriately with peers
  • Completes and returns homework routinely
  • Demonstrates responsibility
  • Shows respect for classmates, adults and property
  • Follow school/class routines, directions and procedures
  • Independently Productive
  • Cooperates and contributes to group work
  • Demonstrates on task behaviors
  • Works carefully with a purpose

Below is the excerpt from our Parent/Student Handbook (the rest of the handbook can be found under School Information tab at the top of the webpage) that addresses Honor Roll Recognition:

           

         ACADEMIC RECOGNITION:

 

PRINCIPAL’S SCHOLARSHIP ROLL (all A’s)

 

4th - 6th = “4” grades in all classes.

7th - 8th = “A” grades in all classes.

 

HONOR ROLL:

 

4th - 6th = “3” & “4” grades in all classes excluding band and choir.

7th - 8th = “A” & “B” grades in all classes.

 

ACADEMIC MERIT ROLL:

 

                    3.0 or better. No D’s or F’s. For standards based report cards nothing below a 3.

 


 

Portal Accounts


 

Up Coming Events

<< >>
Sunday
8/20/17
Monday
8/21/17
Tuesday
8/22/17
Wednesday
8/23/17
Thursday
8/24/17
Friday
8/25/17
Saturday
8/26/17

Got Homework?

Help is here!  P-1 is open at 7:30 each morning and Mrs. Erisey is available to help!  
Bring your homework or a book. You can get breakfast first if you like.  Please join us! 

The Governing Board is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.