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Ms. Dagesse Grades 6-8 Special Education

MS. DAGESSE (LEARNING CENTER) GRADES 6-8




        


 






















Although it feels like I have 500 hats like Bartholomew, I really only have about four. I can help students with the 4 majors areas of: 

LEARNING CENTER: 
  • HELP WITH ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS (ASSIGNMENT BOOK CHECK-INS OR END OF THE DAY CHECK-INS)
  • TAKE A BREAK TO TALK OUT AN ISSUE
  • RECEIVE ONE-TO-ONE ATTENTION FOR READING/MATH SKILLS
  • HELP WITHIN THE CLASSROOM TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS
  • SCHEDULE A LUNCH SESSION WITH MYSELF AND A PEER TO WORK OUT AN ISSUE
  • QUIET AREA FOR TESTING IN SMALL GROUPS 


PBIS (STARR BEHAVIOR)
  • PBIS COACH FOR THE BUILDING
  • OFFERS SUPPORT TO OTHER TEACHERS WITH RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM OR CREATING INDIVIDUAL PLANS FOR STUDENTS WITH DIFFICULTY
  • CREATES INCENTIVES FOR THE SCHOOL TO PROMOTE POSITIVE BEHAVIORS 

BUILDERS CLUB
WE MEET TWICE A MONTH AT 12:30 IN THE MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM ON THE 3RD FLOOR
  • GOAL IS TO CREATE LEADERSHIP CAPABILITIES WHILE SERVING PEOPLE IN NEED IN OUR LOCAL AREA
  • ALL STUDENTS IN GRADES 6-8 ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
  • UPCOMING ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: DIXVILLE NOTCH RACES (WATER STATIONS), HARVESTING VEGETABLES FROM THE COMMUNITY GARDEN, AND PLANNING GAMES/ACTIVITIES FOR THE KIWANIS HALLOWEEN PARTY
  • STUDENTS OPERATE THE SCHOOL STORE WEEKLY

Special thanks to Austin Grady, Cadence Ouimette, Meredith Smith, and Jessica Falconer who helped with the Mile 12 water station for the Dixville Races on Saturday. 

Next Meeting: Wednesday, October 4th, in the Middle School MPR room at 12:30 to discuss plans for the Halloween Party in the gym on October 31st. 



CONGRATS TO OUR NEWLY ELECTED OFFICIALS!!
  • PRESIDENT-SHYANNA FULLER

  • VICE PRESIDENT-TYLER YOUNG

  • TREASURER: KIMBER CROSS

  • SECRETARY: EMMA MCKEAGE




PLAYGROUND 
  • THE SCHOOL HAS ADOPTED A NEW RESEARCH-BASED PLAYGROUND ORGANIZED ACTIVITY MODEL
  • PLAYWORKS IS CURRENTLY BEING USED IN GRADES 3-6 DUE TO HIGH NUMBERS OF REFERRALS WITH THAT AGE GROUP LAST YEAR 
  • STUDENTS ARE LEARNING NEW GAMES THAT ARE MORE INCLUSIVE AND LESS COMPETITIVE AND PROMOTE COOPERATION AND POSITIVE COMMUNICATION



 CES COMMUNITY CLOSET

I AM LOOKING FOR GENTLY USED WINTER CLOTHING FOR K-5 STUDENTS. MANY STUDENTS FORGET HATS, GLOVES, SNOW PANTS,  BOOTS, OR JACKETS IN THE WINTER. AS PART OF A LIFE SKILLS CLASS FOR ONE OF MY STUDENTS, I WILL BE MAKING A COMMUNITY CLOSET IN THE CAFETERIA WHERE STUDENTS CAN BORROW NEEDED ITEMS AND RETURN THEM FOR OTHER TO USE. YOU MAY SEND DONATIONS TO THE OFFICE AND LABEL THEM CES COMMUNITY CLOSET. THANK YOU.