Behavior Support Team
Martin G. Atkins Music
Mrs. Della Santina-Hahn
Principal (Grades 2-5)
Principal (Grades 6-8)
School Closing Bulletins
School Social Worker
You Only Live Once ~ So Read!
Title I Intervention Specialists
Devi Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen O'Brien: email@example.com
Jill Rotunno: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Next Title I Parent/Family Event:
Muffins, MEAP & Moms
When: Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Time: 5:30 - 6:30
Where: Atkins School Library %u2013 Park in the front office area.
Who: All Moms of students in gr. 3-5
(If mom can%u2019t attend dad can take her place.)
Your 3rd %u2013 5th graders are working very hard in preparation for the MEAP. We will share with you information that will help make the MEAP a successful experience for your children. Please plan to attend.
Muffins & bottled water will be served.
As a parent, you are the most important teacher in your child%u2019s success in school.
Link for Michigan Department of Education
MEAP Released Items:
Check out our Links on the Right!
Michigan's content standards are a set of learning expectations developed by parents, educators, business leaders and university professors to assist schools in the development of local district curricula. These standards and more detailed learning objectives called benchmarks are contained within the Michigan Curriculum Framework.
In addition, Michigan has recently developed nationally recognized English Language Arts and Mathematics Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE) providing K-8 educators with meaningful tools to better align what is taught with what is tested in the classroom
North West Regional Educational Laboratory: This site focuses on priority educational needs. The NW Regional Educational Laboratory conducts programs and projects under four Centers of Excellence, providing services in the areas of classroom teaching and learning; school and district improvement; school, family, and community; and research, evaluation, and assessment.
Mathematics Internet Sites (MASER): Through the Math and Science Center at SVSU, this site enables teachers and students to use Internet resources as a learning tool which is fully integrated with their mathematics curriculums. Listed in the pages are links to Internet sites organized under major mathematics curriculum areas: Elementary Internet Sites; Middle School Internet Sites; High School Internet Sites. Each Internet site is listed under the Mathematics Benchmark that it meets. At the beginning of each listed benchmark is a link to the online Mathematics MICLiMB document. The MICLiMB document will provide you with an overview of the benchmark; a benchmark clarification; a classroom assessment example; a MEAP-like item; links to additional web-based resources; standard references and a listing of related benchmarks.
Science Internet Sites (MASER): Again provided through the Math and Science Center at SVSU, pages listed under Elementary, Middle School and High School link to Internet sites organized under the Science Content Strands: Life Science, Physical Science and Earth & Space Science. Each Internet site is listed under the Science Benchmark that it meets. At the beginning of each listed benchmark is a link to the online Science MICLiMB document. The MICLiMB document will provide you with an overview of the benchmark; a benchmark clarification; a classroom assessment example; a MEAP-like item; links to additional web-based resources; standard references and a listing of related benchmarks.
RIF Reading Planet: This site is provided by Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), the nation's oldest and largest nonprofit children's literacy organization. It has wonderful activities for children.