William H. Owen Elementary P21 Exemplary School, 2014 Antigone Peek, Principal Targeted small group instruction and remediation Class meeting Peer assistance Media lesson on genre comparisons, 4th grade. Sustained Silent Reading Problem solving solutions in a guided setting. Academic work with an understanding of the affective development of students. Research projects utilizing technology, information, writing, and science standards. Teachers conference with students as they write and revise speech writing for ELA and Social Studies content presentations. Science experiments utilizing technology, prediction and scientific methodology. Creative student work displaying understanding of mathematical terms and structures. Project combining research, technology, writing, social studies and cause and effect standards. Sound sorting in small group instruction. Journaling combines ELA, writing, and mathematics for the youngest students. Sentence structure and conventions are taught during group and independent centers. Guided whole group work to provide strategies for mathematics solutions. 2nd Grade Mathematics Reading comprehension taught by delving deeply into stories read aloud in whole group. Story study in English classrooms. Story study in Spanish. Spanish Immersion Kindergarten First Grade original story writing in Spanish. First Grade students produce diagrams and writing about seasons and day/night changes. First Graders write a personal narrative in Spanish. Second Grade Spanish Immersion solve story problems. Graphic organizers guide writing projects. Independent research projects prepare students for middle and high school. Independent learning groups Pre-Kindergarten student learn through play and teacher interaction. Intensive Vocabulary Instruction Coordinated arts instruction expands learning connections. Exceptional Children and teachers work to meet academic and functional goals. One-on-one instruction and practice reaches each child.