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WELCOME TO CENTRAL PARK ELEMENTARY!
Cub Pride - February 5, 2016
Team Teaching

     Mr. Carter and Mrs. K. Brown began implementing a Team Teaching approach in their classroom when we returned to school in January.  Team teaching refers to two general education teachers combining their classes and sharing responsibility for instruction.  Strong team teachers provide seamless instruction for their students.  Both teachers come to a mutual agreement that they are equals in the classroom, and students perceive both teachers as invaluable members of the classroom community. 


     Because team teaching uses a blend of both teachers’ expertise, students should see many benefits:
  • Having two minds facilitate a classroom community allows students to connect with different personalities.
  • Team teaching allows more opportunities for small group, one-to-one learning, and stronger modeling during lessons.
  • The co-planning process encourages the teachers to bounce ideas off each other in order to deliver the strongest, most creative lessons.  When students experience their teachers working together, they understand the power of respect amongst peers.
  • Students have the opportunity to develop more friendships, and the culture created in the classroom provides social benefits for them.
  • Teaching moves on even when one teacher is absent.
 
     At Central Park Elementary School, we always strive to do what is best and most beneficial for our students.  Research shows Team Teaching to be effective in many ways, and we are excited to offer this experience to some of our third grade students.  We are committed to ensuring each student’s success, and we encourage student and parent feedback as we embark on this new journey at CPE.



 
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Direct Links Below for Student Enrollment/Student Information Updates:

*(Parent/Guardians: Please be sure to make address changes in Powerschool! We appreciate your cooperation!)

*(Please note that with each video, it will take a few seconds for the video to begin once you click on the link.)


Click to view: How to create a Powerschool Account (English).

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Click to view: How to create a Powerschool Account (Spanish).


Grade Levels: 3rd & 4th
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Jennifer Wallace, Principal (jwallace@monettschools.org)
Instructional Day: 8:00 a.m. - 2:55 p.m.
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

1010 7th Street
   Monett, MO    65708
 Ph. 417-354-2168
 Fax 417-354-2198.

 
 
Central Park Elementary Mission Statement & News:
Our Mission at Central Park Elementary
          *Work Together
                     *Learn Together
                                 *Succeed Together!

 
Marvelous Monday Message-Check It Out!
Each week Central Park students will be featured on our Marvelous Monday Message video to share information and news for the week.  The message will be featured on a different classroom webpage weekly. This week's message is located on:
Mrs. K. Brown's 3rd Grade Web Page.

 

*School Day: 
Arrival Ti
me: 7:30-7:45
End of Day Dismissal:  Bus Riders-2:50
       Pick-Up or Walkers: 2:55-3:00

 



Welcome to Central Park Elementary! 

Central Park Daily Start and End of Day Information:

Doors Open Daily at 7:30- Please Do Not Drop Students Off Before 7:30 a.m.

Start Time for Each School Day:  Class Begins at 8:00 a.m.
Breakfast:  Serving begins at 7:30
Students Dismissed from the Gym to Class at 7:45 a.m.

Dismissal Time for Each School Day: 
2:50 for Bus Riders
2:55 for Car Riders/Parents Picking Up
3:00  Walkers Dismissed

  Drop-Off and Pick-Up Area: 
Attention Parents:  We will be using Park Street that runs along the south side of the school for our drop-off/pick-up area.  We ask that you enter the school area from the east on Park (heading toward 6th street).  You will see the pick-up lane runs along the curb next to the school.  Please use this lane to assemble to drop off students or pick up students.  We will have staff on duty to assist you with directions.   We are excited about this change as it allows students to exit from the passenger side of your vehicle and step onto the sidewalk without having to cross the street. 
We ask that you not drop off students prior to 7:30 a.m. each day.  If your child walks to school, please have them walk starting at 7:30 a.m. so they arrive after our doors are open.  Please help us keep your child safe by not allowing them to be at school before staff arrive for supervision.  Thank you!

 
 
 
 
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