Moneta Elementary School Success for All
Success for All (SFA)
Moneta Elementary School uses Success for All (SFA), a comprehensive reading and social skills program for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Success for All teaches reading skills such as phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency as well as social-emotional skills and conflict resolution, which prepare students to solve problems and work in cooperative groups.
How Does it Work?
Students in first through fifth grades are placed in flexible groupings and may go to other teachers' classrooms for reading instruction on their levels. Students participate in this 90-minute reading block from 8:10-9:40 each school day. Kindergarten students remain in their homeroom classes throughout the entire school day. Reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and social skills are interworven into the Success for All curriculum.
How can you help at home?
Ensure your child is at school on time every day
Ensure your child completes nightly Read and Respond homework forms
Ask comprehension questions at home after reading
Practice letter sounds, words from Shared Stories in Roots, and vocabulary words in Wings
Talk to your child’s teacher about his or her progress
Celebrate your child’s accomplishments
Mr. Kevin Spaulding, Principal
Mrs. Cindy Perdue, SFA Facilitator
Mrs. Deena Mustard, Solutions Coordinator