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District Wide TAG (Talented and Gifted) Testing ~ Springfield Public Schools

District Wide TAG (Talented and Gifted) Testing ~ Springfield Public Schools

 

On Saturday, March 16, 2019, Springfield Public Schools will hold their district wide Spring  TAG Testing at Ridgeview Elementary School.

The TAG test assesses whether or not your child is at the 97%ile or above in the areas of Reading, Math, or Intellectual giftedness. The 97%ile means that if your child was in a line of 100 students, they would know more than the first 97 students in line. These children are at the top of their class, and typically above most students at their entire grade level at school.  If you feel your child may fit into this category, please talk to your child’s teacher and your school’s TAG contact  to refer your child for spring screening.

After you refer them for screening, the teacher will pull  all of the data for the screening and be in contact with you about whether or not your child would qualify to test. If your child qualifies for testing, you will receive a packet from your school with a parent questionnaire and more information about times of testing for your individual child.

If your child is already qualified as TAG, and you feel that your child may need to be accelerated a grade level, you would also speak to your child’s teacher and the TAG contact to refer your child for acceleration. The testing for acceleration will take place Saturday, March 16, 2019, for the above grade level test in Reading, Math, Writing, Science, Reference & Research and/or Social Studies. After testing, we will meet as a team with your school to discuss the next steps and fill out the Iowa Acceleration Scale.

 

Questions?  Contact:

Centennial TAG Contact: _  Karen Tunnell  @ 541-744-6383

District TAG Coordinator: Stephanie Lovdokken @ 541-520-4012

 

Exámenes TAG (Talentosos y Dotados) para Todo el Distrito ~ Escuelas Públicas de Springfield

El sábado 16 de marzo de 2019, Escuelas Públicas de Springfield ofrecerá en la Escuela Primaria Ridgeview los exámenes TAG para todo el distrito.

El examen TAG evalúa si su hijo/a está dentro del percentil 97 o más arriba en las áreas de lectura, matemáticas, o en dote intelectual. El percentil 97 quiere decir que si su hijo/a estuviera en una fila de 100 estudiantes, él o ella sabría más que los primeros 97 estudiantes en la fila.

Estos niños tienen un alto desempeño en su clase y típicamente están más adelantados que la mayoría de los estudiantes en su grado en la escuela. Si usted considera que su hijo/a puede estar dentro de esta categoría, por favor hable con el/la maestro/a de su hijo/a y con el contacto TAG de su escuela para que su hijo/a rinda el examen en el Febrero. Luego de haber solicitado la evaluación, usted recibirá un paquete de la escuela de su hijo/a con un cuestionario para padres de familia y más información sobre las horas en que su hijo/a puede rendir el examen.

Si su hijo/a ya ha calificado como TAG y usted considera que él o ella puede necesitar saltarse un grado, usted debería hablar con el/la maestro/a de su hijo/a y el contacto TAG para que su hijo/a sea evaluado/a para aceleración. Los exámenes de lectura, matemáticas, escritura, ciencias, referencias e investigación y/o estudios sociales para un grado más avanzado tendrán lugar el sábado 16 de marzo de 2019. Después de los exámenes, nos reunimos como equipo con la escuela de su hijo/a para discutir los siguientes pasos y para completar la Escala de Aceleración de Iowa.

Por favor contáctese con la escuela de su hijo/a si tiene alguna pregunta relacionada con el examen para calificar como TAG en el Octubre o con el examen TAG de aceleración

 

Centennial: Karen Tunnell 541-744-6383

Escuelas Públicas de Springfield: Stephanie Lovdokken 541-520-4012

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Nearby Nature No School Day Adventures

Looking for somewhere fun to send you kid/s during the upcoming No School Days? Why not a No School Day Adventure with Nearby Nature? Nearby Nature No School Day Adventures are modeled after our summer daycamps. Taught by experienced environmental educators, our programs encompass science, hiking, art, and play. Cost: $45 members/$50 non-members. Scholarships are available. Ages 6-9, max 12 kids. Outdoors in local parks. To register, visit nearbynature.org/programs/ or call 541-687-9699.

Talon and Tweets NSD, January 21st, 8:30am-3pm in Alton Baker Park: 

Discover who’s tweeting in Alton Baker Park. Practice beak techniques, check out our talon collection, experiment with feathers and flight, and make a cool bird mask. Go on a bird watching walk in the park.
How to Hide NSD, February 1st, 8:30am-3pm in Alton Baker Park:
Spots, stripes and masks, oh my! How do colors and markings help animals survive in the wild? Answer these questions and more as we play camouflage games, explore nature nearby, and create colorful critters to take home.

Nature’s Busy Builders NSD, February 18th, 8:30am-3pm in Alton Baker Park: 
Enjoy a building adventure in nature nearby. Make a bird nest and your own fairy fort or gnome home. Go on an animal homes scavenger hunt and create your own fort from our Nature’s Builders Playspace super blocks.
About us: Nearby Nature is a non-profit education organization based in Eugene, Oregon. Founded in 1992, our group is dedicated to fostering appreciation of nature nearby and providing tools for ecological living.
Thanks as always!
ShyAnne Groberg 
Education Coordinator
Nearby Nature | nearbynature.org | Office: 541-687-9699 ext. 2
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Harvest Time at Harlow! Free Admission!!

Wednesday night, October 31, 2018 6:00-8:30pm

Camp Harlow 3850 County Farm Rd.

541-683-5416

www.campharlow.com

Free admission, carnival games, train rides, candy prizes and lots of FUN!!

*Enter to win a free week of camp too!

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University of Oregon Volleyball Summer Camp

University of Oregon Volleyball is pleased to offer a variety of volleyball camp options this summer. This includes our Youth Camp which is designed for elementary and junior high students (beginning and intermediate level). All Youth Camp participants receive a volleyball and a Duck t-shirt. Youth Camp will be held on three nights in July (7/9 – 7/11) from 6:30-8:30pm at Matt Knight Arena.
Registration is available at duckvolleyballcamps.com.
Fee reductions are available for students on free/reduced lunch. Questions – email: rbeick@uoregon.edu
Oregon Volleyball Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
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Oregon Health Plan is now open regardless of immigration status

The Oregon Health Plan is now open to more children and teens, regardless of immigration status. OHP is free health coverage for Oregonians who meet income and other criteria. It covers many health care services such as check-ups, tooth fillings, glasses and prescriptions. It also covers labs, x-rays and hospital care. It even pays for rides to and from the doctor’s office. Apply to see if you qualify. Help is free. Call the Access Team at Community Health Centers of Lane County at 541-682-3585 for more information. They are trained and certified by OHP to answer your question and help your family apply for free. OHP is now for me!

El Plan de Salud de Oregón ahora está abierto a más niños y adolescentes, independientemente de su estado migratorio. OHP es un seguro de salud gratuito para los residentes de Oregón que cumplen con los requisitos, incluyendo el de ingresos. Este seguro cubre servicios como chequeos médicos, rellenos dentales, lentes y recetas médicas. También cubre servicios de laboratorios, radiografías y de hospitalización. Además, incluye servicios de transporte de su casa a sus citas médicas. Aplique para ver si calificas. Ayuda para aplocar es gratuita.

Llame al equipo de Acceso de las clinicas Community Health Centers del Condado de Lane al 541-682-3585 para obtener más información. Están capacitados y certificados por el OHP para responder a sus preguntas y ayudar a que su familia aplique gratuitamente. ¡Ahora OHP es para mí!

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