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You must register in August:

 

TUES., AUG. 7TH – 4TH GRADE
8-12 A.M. AND 1-3 P.M.

WED., AUG. 8TH – 5TH GRADE
8-12 A.M. AND 1-3 P.M.

THURS., AUG. 9TH MAKE UP DAY – EVENING REGISTRATION
12-3 P.M. AND 4-7 P.M.

FRI., AUG. 10TH – 6TH GRADE
8-12 A.M. AND 1-3 P.M.

 

Students Out of District – Out of District Releases should be done prior to registration. Please go to your “home district” school and complete the application-this application will submitted electronically to our district.

Students that use medication while at school must have Medical Authorization Form
on File – new form is due each year.

*Students attending 6th grade in school must provide immunization date(s) for: Varicella (Chicken Pox) and TDAP

Student Planners $5.00
Student ASB Card $20.00 (Optional) purchased at Z.H.S.
Free and Reduced Forms will need to be completed at this time.
You may pre-pay for lunches/milk at registration.

CLASSROOM SUPPLY LISTS WILL BE AVAILABLE DURING WEEK OF REGISTRATION
OR ONLINE @ http://zillahschools.org/zis

OPEN HOUSE IS MON., AUGUST 20th/ 5:30 – 6:30 P.M.
COME SEE YOUR CLASSROOM AND MEET YOUR TEACHER

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL – WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22nd

SCHOOL HOURS: START TIME – 8:00 A.M. RELEASE TIME: 2:35 P.M.
School Supply List (General)
GENERAL SCHOOL SUPPLIES
(PLEASE BE SURE TO LABEL ALL ITEMS WITH CHILD’S NAME)

1. Crayons/Colored Pencils
2. Three ring binder
3. #2 pencils (several) NO MECHANICAL PENCILS
4. Erasers
5. Wide-ruled notebook paper
6. Glue sticks
7. Spiral Notebook
8. Red correcting pen or red correcting pencil
9. Pens
10. Yellow Highlighter
11. Vinyl Pencil Case
12. Ruler
13. Calculator
14. Washable colored markers
15. Scissors
16. Kleenex
17. Water Bottle
18. Class Assignment/Planner Book (These are for sale in the office)

4th, 5th and 6th grade classes will have a “special” school supply list. This will be supplied to you during your students’ registration process or online at http://www.zillahschools.org/zis

*If you are unable to provide these items please contact:
Sonia Ruggles, McKinney-Vento/Foster Care Liaison
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213 Fourth Avenue, Zillah WA 98953
(509) 829-5911

Or

Veronica Reed, McKinney-Vento
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213 Fourth Avenue, Zillah WA 98953
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Please bring your supplies to the ZIS Open House

We can’t wait to meet you!

 

*If you are unable to provide these items please contact:
Sonia Ruggles, McKinney-Vento/Foster Care Liaison
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213 Fourth Avenue, Zillah, WA 98953
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4th Grade Supply List

• ZIS PLANNER (must purchase at ZIS)
• Pencil box or pouch
• 3 Dozen #2 Pencils
• Ruler
• Protractor
• 2 Large erasers
• Scissors
• 6 Glue Sticks
• 2 yellow Highlighters
• 2 EXPO dry erase markers, thick tip
• 2 + packs of wide rule notebook paper
• 1 box Kleenex tissue
• 1 container Clorox disinfecting wipes
• 1 box of quarter Ziploc bags (girls)
• 1 box of gallon Ziploc bags (boys)
• Hand Sanitizer

Optional:
Water bottle

These are the additional supplies requested by your teacher.

Mrs. Burge 

Mrs. Dunsmore 

Colored pencils and/or Crayons  Colored pencils and/or Crayons
1 Watercolor paint set 1 Composition notebook
2 Folders 2 Folders
1 Composition notebook 1 Watercolor paint set
   

Mr. Irion

Mrs. Valadez

Colored pencils (NO crayons) Colored pencils and/or Crayons
2 Composition notebooks 1 Composition notebook
1 (2-Inch) Binder with tabs 1 Folder
  1 Watercolor paint set

 

5th Grade Supply List

Pencils (not mechanical) - (2 boxes)
ZIS SCHOOL PLANNER (purchased during registration week in the office)
Glue or Glue Sticks
Red correcting pen or something other than blue or black
Scissors
Highlighters
Crayons
Markers or Colored Pencils (optional)
Dry erase markers
Lined notebook paper (2 packs)
Sanitizing wipes
1 box tissue
2 Spiral Notebooks
Ruler
Large Eraser (2 or more)
Hand-Held Pencil Sharpener with shavings catcher
Folder/Pee Chee (for homework)

6th Grade Supply List

• ZIS Planner (must purchase at ZIS)
• 3 Composition Notebooks (Required for ELA, Math & Science)
• 2 Inch Binder
• 2 Boxes of Kleenex
• 1 Container of Wipes
• 2 Packs of #2 Pencils
• 2 Highlighters (different colors)
• Pens: Black, Blue and Red
• Colored Pencils
• Non-Permanent Markers
• Loose Leaf College Ruled Paper
• Glue Sticks (5)
• 1 Pack of Index Cards
• Hand-held Pencil Sharpener
• Duct Tape (Any color or pattern)
• Box of Pencil Top Erasers

Zillah Intermediate Parent and Family Engagement Policy/Plan and Procedures

2017-2018

Zillah Intermediate is committed to the goal of providing quality education for every child in this district. To this end, we want to establish partnerships with parents and with the community. Everyone gains if Zillah Intermediate and home work together to promote high achievement by our children. Neither home nor Zillah Intermediate can do the job alone. Parents play an extremely important role as children’s first teachers. Support for their children and for the school is critical to children’s success at every step along the way.

Zillah Intermediate recognizes that some students may need the extra assistance available through the Title I program to reach the state’s high academic standards. Zillah Intermediate intends to include parents in all aspects of the school’s Title I program. The goal is a school-home partnership that will help all students to succeed.

PART I-SCHOOL PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT POLICY/PLAN REQUIRED COMPONENTS

  1. Zillah Intermediate will jointly develop/revise with parents the school Parent and Family Engagement policy/procedures and distribute it to parents of participating children and make available the Parent and Family Engagement policy/procedures to the local community.

-Distributed and available at all Parent Association Meetings.

-Posted on school’s website.

  1. Convene an annual meeting, at a convenient time, to which all parents of participating children shall be invited and encouraged to attend, to inform parents of their school’s participation under this part and to explain the requirements of this part, and the right of the parents to be involved.

-Every other month throughout the school year starting in September.

  1. Offer flexible meetings, such as meetings in the morning or evening, and provide, with funds provided under this part, transportation, child care, or home visits, as such services related to Parent and Family Engagement.

-Based on needs/requests, the school will support families with such services.

-Based on 2016-2017 inventory, meetings in the early evening are acceptable.

  1. Involve parents, in an organized, ongoing, and timely way, in the planning, review, and improvement of the school plan under Section 1112, schoolwide under Section 1114, and the process of the school review and improvement under Section 1116.

-Ongoing improvement efforts are discussed at each Parent Association Meeting – every other month.  

  1. Provide parents of participating children—
  2. Timely information about programs under this part.
  3. A description and explanation of the curriculum in use at the school, the forms of academic assessment used to measure student progress, and the proficiency levels students are expected to meet.
  4. If requested by parents, opportunities for regular meetings to formulate suggestions and to participate, as appropriate, in decisions relating to the education of their children, and respond to any such suggestions as soon as practically possible.

-Parent/student handbook includes Title I information and is delivered to all parents upon registration.

-Title I review, curriculum and assessment overview is conducted the first Parent Association meeting of the year.

  1. If schoolwide program plan is not satisfactory to the parents of participating children, submit any parent comments on the plan when the school makes the plan available to the district.

-No concerns at this time.

PART II-REQUIRED SHARED RESPONSIBILITIES FOR HIGH STUDENT ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

As a component of the school-level Parent and Family Engagement policy, each school shall jointly develop with parents for all children served under this part, a school-parent compact that outlines how parents, the entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement.

-Conduct a parent/teacher conference in elementary schools, annually (at a minimum), during which the compact shall be discussed as the compact relates to the individual child’s achievement.

-Provide frequent reports to parents on their child’s progress.

-Provide parents with reasonable access to staff, opportunities to volunteer and participate in their child’s class and observation of classroom activities.

- Ensuring regular two-way, meaningful communication between family members and school staff, and, to the extent practicable, in a language that family members can understand.

-School Parent Compact signed by all stakeholders at the onset of the school year (registration).

BUILDING CAPACITY FOR PARENTS AND STAFF – REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGAGEMENT

To ensure effective involvement of parents and to support a partnership among the school involved, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement, each school and district must:

1)      Assist parents in understanding the challenging State academic standards, how to monitor a child's progress, and work with educators.

-Standards reviewed during Fall and Spring Parent/Teacher Conferences – Standards-based report cards.

Provide materials and training to help parents to work with their children, such as literacy training and using technology (including education about the harms of copyright piracy).

 -Host parent trainings/informational nights twice a year.

2)      Provide professional development to teachers, specialized instructional personnel, and other staff on the value of parent and their communities to increase academic achievement.

-Ongoing professional development embedded throughout the school year - Morning meetings.

3)      Coordinate and integrate parent engagement programs and activities with other Federal, State, and local programs, including public preschool programs, and conduct other activities, such as parent resource centers, that encourage and support parent engagement.

-STEM Nights

-District Migrant Family Nights

-Open House

-Title III

4)      Ensure that information related to school and parent programs, meetings, and other activities is sent to the parents of participating children in a format and, to the extent practicable, in a language the parents can understand.  

-Flyers/newsletters sent home weekly describing classroom activities and schoolwide events.

-School publications provided in English and Spanish.

 

The following are allowable activities:

5)      May involve parents in the development of training for teachers, principals, and other educators to improve the effectiveness of such training. N/A

6)      May provide necessary literacy training from funds received under this part if the district has exhausted all other reasonably available sources of funding for such training. N/A

7)      May pay reasonable and necessary expenses associated with local Parent and Family Engagement activities, including transportation and childcare costs, to enable parents to participate in school-related meetings and training sessions. Allowed as needed.

8)      May train parents to enhance the involvement of other parents. N/A

9)      May arrange school meetings at a variety of times, or conduct in-home conferences between teachers or other educators, who work directly with participating children, with parents who are unable to attend such conferences at school, in order to maximize Parent and Family Engagement and participation. Parent feedback indicated evening meetings as appropriate.

10)   May adopt and implement model approaches to improving Parent and Family Engagement. N/A

11)   May establish a district parent advisory council to provide advice on all matters related to Parent and Family Engagement in programs supported under this section. Parent representatives sit on the District Improvement Team to provide such input.

12)   May develop appropriate roles for community-based organizations and businesses in Parent and Family Engagement activities. N/A

PART III-ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

In carrying out the parent and family engagement requirements of this part, local educational agencies and schools, to the extent practicable, shall provide opportunities for the informed participation of parents and family members (including parents and family members who have limited English proficiency, parents and family members with disabilities, and parents and family members of migratory children), including providing information and school reports required under section 1111 in a format and, to the extent practicable, in a language such parents understand. School publications sent home in English and Spanish.

PART IV-ADOPTION – This Zillah Intermediate Parent and Family Engagement Policy/Procedures have been developed/revised jointly with, and agreed upon with, parents of children participating in Title I program, as evidenced by meeting minutes.

The Parent and Family Engagement Policy/Procedures were developed/revised by Zillah Intermediate on 11/16/17 and will be in effect for the period of 2017-2018. The school will distribute these Parent and Family Engagement Policy/Procedures to all parents of participating Title I children and make it available to the community on or before 11/20/17.

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Signature of Title I Authorized Representative

                                                                                                           

Date

 

 

Name and Signature of Parents, Students, and Staff Involved in the PFE Policy Process:

Name

Signature

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Welcome to 
Zillah Intermediate School 2017 School of Distinction ZIS

 

Upcoming Events and Reminders:

May 8th - 6th Grade CAT Math (SBA Testing)
May 9th - Special ZHS Performance of "Annie" for all ZIS Classes
May 10th - 6th Grade Math Performance Task (SBA Testing)
May 15th - 5th Grade CAT Math (SBA Testing)
May 17th - 5th Grade Math Performance Task (SBA Testing)
May 18th - 5th Grade to ZHS for Agriculture Department Visit
May 22nd - 4th Grade CAT Math (SBA Testing)
May 23rd - 4th Grade Math Performance Task (SBA Testing)
May 24th - 4th Grade Math Performance Task (SBA Testing)
May 29th - 5th Grade Science Test (SBA Testing)
May 30th - 5th Grade Science Test (SBA Testing)
May 30th - 4th Grade to Yakima Museum
May 31st - 6th Grade to ZMS (Orientation)
May 31st - 6th Grade Music Concert (Band and Choir)

 

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 6th Grade Supplies  6th Grade Schedules

4th Grade

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5th Grade

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6th Grade

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First Bell: 8:00 am

School Begins: 8:05 am

Dismissal: 2:35 pm

Ms. Paula Dasso

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Principal

Ms. Charlotte Duncan

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Secretary

PARENTS, PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES AND CHECK OUT THIS SHORT VIDEO EXPLAINING THE COMMON CORE (HERE).