Weekly Student Report and Commitment

Weekly Student Report and Commitment
Weekly Student Report and Commitment
Weekly Student Report and Commitment
Weekly Student Report and Commitment
Weekly Student Report and Commitment
Weekly Student Report and Commitment
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2 MB|12 pages
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This Packet Includes:
- Weekly Summary Sheet
- Weekly Commitment Sheet
- Leader In Me Commitment Sheet
- Editable Weekly Summary Sheet
- Editable Weekly Summary Sheet
- Parent Letter
- Editable Parent Letter

I hand these sheets out (double sided) with the summary sheet on the front and the commitment sheet on the back. I also am including a Microsoft Word attachment so you can edit it how you like and add your own graphics (school logo?). I pass the sheet out on Monday and collect it the following Monday for homework credit. I believe this teaches students responsibility. Parents are expected to sign on the right hand side every night.

I will edit these templates to fit the corresponding week. I will change the date, days of the month and the special they are attending each week (I am on a rotating special schedule- see the sample copy). I also put in digitally any special events or tests that might be coming up that week. Some examples are: Geometry Test, Reading Assembly, Read-In, and Evacuation Drill.

I use the lines to have students write down what we did that day. I use the document camera and we fill this portion out together. I will pull sticks and ask students what we did in each subject area. I may write something like: “M: Learned about quadrilaterals. I try to use the vocabulary we have been learning about. I abbreviate each subject area (M: is math, S: is science, S.S.: is social studies, R: reading, W: Writing). We sometimes put two subject areas on one line.

The backside includes a weekly commitment. I teach students how to make a behavior or academic commitment. We do the first month of school together and then I allow them to start making their own commitments. I start out with having students learn names the first two weeks. Then one of the schoolwide behavior commitments. Each day, we practice using the scale to rate ourselves on our progress. If they receive 3’s and 4’s towards the end of the week or consistently, it is time for a new commitment next week. I really promote that creating goals is important in life and it makes us better people. Also, I send a letter home to parents reminding them that this is reflection form and NOT a punishment. It is meant to be a discussion between child and parent. I remind students to be honest and to ask for help if they need it. I believe the PLAN portion is very important for students and should never be skipped.

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Total Pages
12 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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