Welcome to Room 305! My name is Mrs.Garcia and I am so happy to have entered into the Lincoln-Bassett School community this school year! All 5th grade students attend my classroom for Math and Science.
Prior to this school year, I taught in the district of Meriden for 6 years. I was a fourth grade teacher of all subject areas for the four years prior to coming to New Haven. I was also a middle school Math and History teacher for the first two years as a teacher. I have a Bachelors Degree in Social Services and a Masters Degree in Elementary Education from Quinnipiac University in Hamden. I am certified to teach grades K-6.
Below you will find resources for Remote Learning during this time at home. Please reach out to me anytime with questions!
Click the image above to access your Remote Learning Google Classroom.
Students will need to login into their Google account:
This program is tied directly to our Math Curriculum that is utilized daily in Math lessons. Students are assessed on the curriculum and their progress in math skills using the iReady Diagnostic Assessments (three times per year), as well as daily lessons and growth checks. The program allows students to earn game time and build upon their math skills at their own pace.
Students should complete 1 Lesson on iReady each day!
This program is used to supplement the Ready Math Program and iReady lessons and assessments. SplashMath (now called SplashLearn) allows the teacher to assign lessons on specific skills that students are learning in class and provide feedback from the program directly as they progress through the lesson.
This program tracks the math fact fluency of students and their progress towards becoming 100% fluent. LBCS tracks the time that students spend on the program each day and students earn certificates of completion when they reach a goal. Students should complete 20-30 minutes of Reflex each day until they reach a Green Light!
Students should be logging onto Google Classroom each day of the week beginning at 9:00AM to access their lessons for all subjects
Students should go to their classroom and open up the Google Slides for that day of the week and complete the lessons that are embedded into the slides. All work is due by the end of the day unless the slide states otherwise. Once all of the work within the slides is completed, then students should press the "Turn in" button on their Google Classroom.