Ms. Christine Scovill

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor's Degree- University of Minnesota Major - Elementary Education Minor - Psychology Master's Degree - Southern Methodist University Major -Bilingual Education Minor - Gifted and Talented Education. Bilingual Gifted and Talented Education

Ms. Christine Scovill

Contact Information/información de contacto

Email/correo electrónico cscovill@coppellisd.com

Phone Number/Número de teléfono- 214-496-8942

Room Number/Número de salon: B108

Conference Period/Tiempo para las conferencias: 10:10 a.m. - 10:55 a.m.

Ms. Scovill’s Schedule for Grade 3 Dual Language/Horario de Srta. Scovill - Lenguaje Dual Tercer Grado

Library time will be one time weekly with our whole class and at the request of learners if they need to visit the library more frequently over the course of the week.

El tiempo de biblioteca será una vez por semana con toda nuestra clase y a solicitud de los alumnos si necesitan visitar la biblioteca con más frecuencia durante el transcurso de la semana.

Counseling Lessons with Dr. Hickey will take place every other week.

Classroom Instruction in Third Grade Dual Language Self Contained Classroom

In a third grade self-contained dual language instruction is provided by the Bilingual certified/Dual Language (D.L.) Spanish teacher.. Academic content is taught in the target language of the day and lessons are also structured through academic scaffolding to reinforce learning in the other language. Self contained teachers maintain a separation of the languages with designated areas in the classrooms for the print in the language of instruction and avoid side-by-side translations. All instructional materials will also be provided to the students in the language of instruction. 

The third grade program has a daily rotation of every other week of language instruction to allow for a deepening of instructional content and language.

Week 1- Spanish Week/Semana en Español

 (all content disciplines/todas las disciplinas de contenido)

Week 2 - English Week/Semana en Ingles 

(all content disciplines/todas las disciplinas de contenido)

7:30 a.m. -7:40 a.m.  - Learners arrive and go straight to the classroom.

7:40 a.m. -7:50 a.m.  - Morning announcements from the campus/anuncios matutinos

7:50 a.m. -8:10 a.m.  - Morning meeting with the learners of 3F/Reunión matutina con       los alumnos de 3F

8:10 a.m. -9:40 a.m.   - Mathematics/Matemáticas

9:40 a.m. -10:10 a.m.  - Social Studies/Estudios sociales

10:10 a.m. -10:55 a.m.  - Specials Classes (art/music/physical education)

10:55 a.m. -11:55 a.m.  - Science/Ciencias

12:00 p.m. -12:30 p.m.  Lunch/Almuerzo

12:30 p.m. -1:00 p.m.  - Recess/Recreo

1:00 p.m. - 2:55 p.m.  - Language Arts/Artes de idioma

2:55 p.m. -3:00 p.m. - Clean up and dismissal time/Tiempo a limpiar y ir al hogar

Guidelines for Outdoor Time

How much pollution is in the air today? You can find out by simply looking at the flag pole. Wilson has adopted the Air Quality Flag Program which means we will fly brightly colored flags to show how clean the air is each day. 

These flags correspond to the colors of the Air Quality Index (www.airnow.gov). The AQI is an index for reporting daily air quality. It tells you how clean or polluted your air is, and what associated health effects might be a concern for you.

Every school day we will fly a flag with one of the following colors:

  • Green – good air quality
  • Yellow – moderate air quality
  • Orange – unhealthy for some people, including children and teenagers
  • Red – unhealthy for everyone
  • Purple – very unhealthy for everyone 

The Air Quality Flag Program helps protect students’ health. On green and yellow days we will encourage learners to be outside and moving. When air quality is orange or red, it is still OK to play outside, but we will encourage them to take some breaks and to do activities that might involve walking and jogging instead of running and sprinting. If the flag is purple, we will play inside that day. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is promoting the Air Quality Flag Program to schools in many U.S. cities and we are proud to be involved. 

For more information on the Flag Program, go towww.airnow.gov/flag.

Directrices para el tiempo al aire libre

¿Cuánta contaminación hay en el aire hoy? Puede averiguarlo simplemente mirando el asta de la bandera. Wilson ha adoptado el Programa de banderas de calidad del aire, lo que significa que iremos banderas de colores brillantes para mostrar qué tan limpio está el aire cada día.

Estas banderas corresponden a los colores del Índice de Calidad del Aire (www.airnow.gov). El AQI es un índice para informar sobre la calidad del aire diaria. Le dice qué tan limpio o contaminado está su aire y qué efectos asociados a la salud podrían ser una preocupación para usted.

Cada día escolar enarbolaremos una bandera con uno de los siguientes colores:

Verde: buena calidad del aire

Amarillo - calidad del aire moderada

Naranja: insalubre para algunas personas, incluidos niños y adolescentes

Rojo: insalubre para todos

Púrpura: muy poco saludable para todos.

El programa de banderas de calidad del aire ayuda a proteger la salud de los estudiantes. En los días verdes y amarillos, alentaremos a los alumnos a estar afuera y moverse. Cuando la calidad del aire es de color naranja o rojo, todavía está bien jugar al aire libre, pero los alentaremos a que se tomen algunos descansos y realicen actividades que pueden incluir caminar y trotar en lugar de correr y esprintar. Si la bandera es morada, jugaremos dentro ese día. La Agencia de Protección Ambiental de EE. UU. Está promoviendo el Programa de banderas de calidad del aire en las escuelas de muchas ciudades de EE. UU. Y estamos orgullosos de participar.

Para obtener más información sobre el programa Flag, visite www.airnow.gov/flag .