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M. Soileau ~ Principal           E. Duet ~ Assistant Principal         A. Fonseca ~ Instructional Coach


 


 

5th Grade Goals

  • We will grow our index score from a 105.1 to a 104.5 on the ELA LEAP State Assessment.
  • We will grow our index score from a 100 to a 105 on the MATH LEAP State Assessment.
  • During 2017-2018 school year, we will use LDOE Tasks in Science and Social Studies to drive the Science and Social Studies curriculum. We will grow our Social Studies index from 67.8 to 85.

 

6th Grade Goals

  • We will grow our index score from a 101.4 to a 103.4 on the ELA LEAP State Assessment.
  • We will grow our index score from a 101.7 to a 103.7 on the MATH LEAP State Assessment.
  • During 2017-2018 school year. We will use LDOE Tasks in Science and Social Studies to drive the Science and Social Studies curriculum. We will grow our Social Studies index from 79 to 90.

 

How can I be involved with my student’s education?

*Celebrate your child’s successes- no matter how small!

*Check your child’s agenda and test folder regularly.

*Communicate with the teachers and school if you have concerns or questions.

*Participate in conferences and meetings to make sure you are up-to-date with their current progress

*Review and assist with homework. (Love and logic has a wonderful list of ideas and helpful ways to make this fun for all!) https://www.loveandlogic.com/documents/homework-help.pdf

*Become more knowledgeable about the curriculum, assessments and interventions being used in our school. https://www.louisianabelieves.com/

Broadmoor's Relay for Life

We will begin collecting $1.00 from students Jan. 10 - Jan. 17 and allow them to untuck their shirt for the day on January 18.  The proceeds will go to Broadmoor's Relay for Life Team.

Upcoming Events

January 22 - PK Field Trip to Hercules Den

January 23 - PTC Meeting 6:15

January 30 - Texas Road House Night

February 2 - January PBIS Reward

February 2 - No PM Childcare

February 8 - Progress Reports

February 12 -16 - Mardi Gras Holiday

February 23 - PBIS Dance

March 20 - Report Cards

March 30 - April 6 - Spring Break Holiday

April 9 - May 4 - LEAP Grades 5-6

April 23 - Progress Reports

April 30 - May 4 - LEAP Grades 3-4

May 23 - Last Day for Students

 

2017-2018 Calendar

Dress Code

As the temperatures get cooler, I would like to remind you about the TPSD dress code policy.  Pullovers hooded sweatshirts/sweaters may be worn, but they need to be solid black, white, navy, khaki, gray or red with No Labels or Logos.

PBIS News

January's PBIS reward will be PJ's and movie.  Letters will go home letting you know details and if your child earned the reward.  Please encourage your child to make A's and B's in conduct, get no office referrals, and no more than 3 (PK-2) & 2 (3-6) green slips. We would love to see them earn the reward.

PBIS Dance

We will be having a PBIS dance for 4th-6th graders on Feb 23rd from 6-8 p.m.  Students mush have all A's, B's, and C's in conduct and NO office referrals to attend.  Tracking will begin on January 16th for the dance.

Expectations

S ~ Safety First

I ~ Interact Responsibly

N ~ Never Give Up

G ~ Give Respect

SMART Goals


 

Mission Statement

All Students will be lifelong learners.

Vision Statement

The Broadmoor Elementary Faculty is committed to providing all PK-6th grade students an essential curriculum with aligned instruction and assessments.  Through a caring environment, this will ensure that all students reach their full academic potential.  As a result, students leave Broadmoor as future leaders who are ready to continue along the college and career readiness path.

Educational Focus

Professional Development on engagement strategies for teachers resulting in engaging lessons that meet the needs of all students.

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