Curriculum Meeting: 05/25/2020
We have officially hired 2 employees Anna White and Kat Alagoz.
Anna White has been a teacher for over 20 years. Anna will consult on all aspects of ROBC Holy Trinity School and help us build a tailored curriculum, calendar, parent/student handbook, and much more.
Kat Alagoz has been hired as our administrative assistant/school secretary. Kat already has a long list of duties to complete in order for us to be able to start school in the fall.
The tentative school calendar for 2020-2021 school year. We looked at all the holidays we have and times when people generally go on vacation.
The school will start after Labor Day, Tuesday, September 8th.
Days off: 11th, 21st
School days: 15
Days off: 9th, 14th
School days: 20
Days off: 26th, 27th
School days: 19
Days off: 4th
School days: 23
Days off: 6th, 7th, 8th, 18th, 19th
School days: 16 without the maybe day.
Days off: 15th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th
School days: 14
Days off: none
School days: 23
Days off: 7th, Maryastayaniya, 29th, 30th
School days: 17
Days off: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 21st, 26th
School days: 13
School ends at the end of May
There will be approximately 160 days of school in total, Monday through Friday. We will need to factor in parent/teacher conferences as well as grading days. The staff would start on August 31st and stop just a few days after school ends.
We have someone researching and looking into before and after school programs to figure out what we can offer.
Next week we will be discussing:
- What is the child’s school day going to look like?
- We want to look outside the box and research other countries to see how they offer education to students.
- Statistics show students generally learn best in the morning and retain more information. What can we do to help our students retain information throughout the entire day? Should nap time/quiet time be a part of their schedule? If you would like to be a part of the discussion, please join us next week on Monday 6/1 at our next curriculum meeting.