We do some weird combination of the two. I schedule them as closely as I
can to where they will actually be, except for the pull-outs. Those I
schedule as closely as I can, but they are often being taught a different
subject that I thought (like Math during the time I had Reading, and vice
versa). But it's really made the schools work harder to stop moving the
kids daily. ;)
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On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 9:10 AM, Twanda Banks <
We do daily attendance for PreK - 3rd. However, 4 - 12 or on period
attendance. We do schedule our elementary students.
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*Subject:* [gsis_admins] Re: Elementary Scheduling
Terrell County sets up schedules at the elementary school for the students.
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Dawson, GA 39842
On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 6:41 AM, Carolyn Oliver <
How do you currently schedule your elementary schools? Do you try to
follow a more true schedule like middle and high or are all periods and
subjects just place holders? What discussion, if any, has your district
had in regards to scheduling at elementary in connection with HB364? Has
there been any discussion about period attendance at the elementary level?
We are in the planning process and would like to have some input as to
what other districts may be thinking about doing.
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