Welcome to the Emerald Team
Welcome to the Emerald Team! We are excited about the opportunity to work with you and your students. We are looking forward to a happy and productive 2019-2020 school year!
Materials Needed for the 2019-2020 School Year
The following will be needed in multiple classes:
- Pencil case/Zip pouch
- Pencils and erasers
- Handheld pencil sharpener
- Earbuds or headphones (optional)
- One 1.5 inch binder
- 2 dividers for the binder
- Lined paper
- Page reinforcers (optional)
- Dry erase marker (optional)
- 2 composition books
- Pocket folders
- 1 black and white composition notebook
- Pocket folder
- 1 pkg. of multi-colored highlighters
- Sticky notes
- 1 pocket folder
Mrs. Discuillo - English Language Arts (firstname.lastname@example.org) 401-360-1800
Mrs. Porter - Math (email@example.com) 401-360-1800
Join Remind and receive messages for math class. Text the message @mathporter to the number 81010 to join.
Mrs. Prendergast - Social Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org) 401-360-1800
Join Remind and receive messages for social studies class. Text the message @f64afh3 to the number 81010 to join.
Mrs. Quimby-Parsons - Science (email@example.com) 401-360-1800
Join Remind and receive messages for science class. Text the message @g7hgda to the number 81010 to join.
Mrs. Bertelli - Special Education (firstname.lastname@example.org) 401-360-1800
Mrs. Hedman- School Counselor (email@example.com) 401-360-1800
Welcome to the Broad Rock Middle School on the team that we call the Emeralds. Because we attend Broad "Rock" Middle School, the teachers here have chosen team names that identify us with some of the world's special "rocks". We chose these names because we believe that like all precious gems and jewels, our children are beautiful and unique and that they grow more and more valuable every day.
The Emerald team teachers meet regularly and work together to develop common policies, procedures, and expectations that we hope will ease your student's transition from elementary school to middle school. We have tried to create an environment in which each student can reach his/her potential as a successful learner.
Some Information about our team
As a team, we have worked together to develop policies, procedures, and expectations that we hope will ease your student's transition from the 5th-grade into the 6th-grade middle school model. It is our goal to create an environment in which each student can reach his/her potential as a successful learner.
We believe that communication between school and home is paramount to student success, because of this belief we encourage you to contact us with any concerns/questions you may have. Our students are expected to utilize their planners to help them stay on top of their responsibilities. The team also updates our school website with important information. You may also keep track of your child's progress by visiting SKYWARD.
Loren Hedman, the 6th grade school counselor, is also a great asset to our team. We meet with her regularly to discuss the concerns/needs of our students. You may contact her at any time.
Important Team Policies:
- Late work may result in a lower grade
- Homework is expected to be handed in on the date it is due
- It is the responsibility of the students to make arrangements with teachers to make up missed work
- If a student receives a behavioral discipline slip 1 week before a field trip, they will not be allowed to attend the trip
You will find the school policies and procedures in the front pages of your child's planner.
Please review the BRMS Code of Behavior found in the student planner.
Our school's PBIS theme/focus is ROCKS: Respectful - On task - Cooperative - Kind - Safe
- Positive behavior is acknowledged with Coyote Coupons that can be exchanged for a reward.
- Negative behavior results in a Discipline Referral which must be signed by a parent/guardian and may carry additional consequences.
We feel that homework is an important part of your child's education. One benefit is that it provides opportunities for students to review and practice the skills and content covered in school. Another benefit is that as students learn to organize their time and materials, they develop important study skills and learning behaviors that should become lifelong habits.
Please feel free to contact us with any comments, questions, or concerns you have. We are looking forward to a great year with you and your child.
Emerald Team Teachers