North Providence School Department
2240 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence, Rhode Island 02911
Phone: (401) 233-1100 | Fax: (401) 233-1106 |TDD: (800) 745-6575

 

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Welcome from Assistant Superintendent Louise Seitsinger

Welcome to our Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction district web page.  It is an honor and pleasure to support our district in improving teaching and learning.  We are in a continuous cycle of building a comprehensive and cohesive system of curriculum that includes input from our entire school community.  Our goal is for all students to have access to a guaranteed and viable curriculum.  All administrators, teachers, and students should be clear regarding the grade level and content expectations.  Through this web page we will share curriculum documents, current district goals, and other resources.

 Louise Seitsinger, Assistant Superintendent

2240 Mineral Spring Avenue

North Providence, RI

p. 401-233-1100

f. 401-233-1106

email:  louise.seitsinger@npsd.k12.ri.us

Debi Nassi, Administrative Assistant

2240 Mineral Spring Avenue

North Providence, RI 

p. 401-233-1100

f. 401-233-1106 

email:  debi.nassi@npsd.k12.ri.us

District Virtual/Distance Learning Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

North Providence School Department’s Virtual/Distance Learning Plan

Passive Consent for Parents

Passive Consent for Parents – Spanish

Technology Information for Parents

Technology Info. for Parents – Spanish

North Providence School Department’s Virtual/Distance Learning Plan – Spanish Version Includes FAQ for Parents/Guardians and Employee/Staff Guidance)

 

Student Attendance:  Per RI Department of Education, student attendance will take place each day.  Students are expected to attend online or distance learning during this extended period of time from physical school (8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Monday – Friday).  This will happen in the following way:

– Teachers will determine student attendance daily by one of the following, as determined by the individual teacher:
– Using Dojo, Padlet, Google Classroom, Virtual meetings, Student email, etc.
– Attendance will be recorded into Skyward Student Portal.
– School secretaries, administrators, support staff may call students who have not logged in each day
– After several (2) consecutive days of not being “present”, support staff and/or principal will reach out to families
– In the event of all of the above attempts being unsuccessful, students will be referred to the truancy officer for support

 

Typical Daily Virtual/Distance Learning Schedules:

Parents/Guardians will receive specific schedules from our schools.

Elementary Grades K – 2

Elementary Grades 3 – 5

Middle Schools Grades 6 – 8

NPHS Grades 9 – 12

Virtual/Distance Learning Applications and Services (ALL HYPERLINKED  – Click on each word/words)

Social Emotional/Other Supports:

KIDSLINK  1-855-543- 5465

TRI TOWN Community Emergency Services:   https://tricountyri.org/covid/   401-519-1914

 

ACADEMIC:                           Other:

Reading Wonders              Parent/Student Portal

Fundations                             Video Conferencing:

Squiggle Park/Dreamscape              Google Meet

Words Their Way                                 Zoom

My Math                                     Libraries:

IXL                                               NP Public Library 

Glencoe Math Gr. 6-8                 NPHS Library

Alecks Gr. 9-12                                                                                                

Foss Science                           

Achieve 3000                          

Lexia Learning 

CORE 5

POWER UP

 

GOOGLE:

Calendar

Classroom

Docs

Drive 

Meet

Mail

Curriculum 

North Providence School Department’s curriculum is aligned to Common Core State Standards. District curriculum teams are continuously updating and revising curriculum documents.

Foreign Language Curricula

Scope and Sequence for ___Exploratory Spanish/Italian______ Grade _6___

Semester Course effective 2015-16

Quarter

Unit

Title

Instructional Days

1

Greetings (formal/informal cultural differences) and expressions, alphabet and pronunciation.

Spanish

Calendar: date, months, seasons and weather, and birthday

Numbers (1-50)

 

Culture related to calendar: Spanish calendar begins with lunes (Monday); months and seasons are not capitalized.

14

2

Greetings (formal/informal cultural differences) and expressions, alphabet and pronunciation.

Italian

Calendar: date, months, seasons and weather, and birthday

Numbers (1-50)

Culture related to calendar: Italian calendar begins with lunedì (Monday); months and seasons are not capitalized.

14

Scope and Sequence for __Intro to Spanish______     Grade ___7___

Semester course for 15-16

Quarter

Unit

Title

Instructional Days

1 & 2

Review (survey class): introduction, greetings, date,alphabet, weather,likes/dislikes with activities; numbers 0 to 100, subject pronouns, time, class objects, body parts, noun endings, pluralization, definite and indefinite articles, description with Ser noun/adjective agreement,

cultural readings (pertaining to topics above), conversation, listening activities  and vocabulary are  aligned to topics with respect to context and linguistic content.

 

28

Scope and Sequence for ____Spanish_____________________ Grade ___8_____

Year long effective 2015-2016

Quarter

Unit

Title

Instructional Days

1

Review introduction topics

subject pronouns and verb conjugations ar, er, ir verb conjugations, indirect object pronouns (with gustar) with vocabulary in context such as food, healthy lifestyles, verb Estar and prepositions of location (with classroom object vocabulary)

Use verb traer (with food) and hacer (with exercise) (irregular verbs)

cultural readings,conversations, listening activities and vocabulary are aligned to topics with respect to context and linguistic content

 

20

2

school schedules with verb Tener, ordinal numbers, time, school subjects, verb IR (+ a+place/infinitive), interrogatives, leisure activities,

cultural readings, conversations, listening activities and vocabulary are aligned to topics with respect to context linguistic  content

 

20

3

continue with interrogatives, family vocabulary, possession,possessive adjectives, review verb tener descriptions with Ser and noun /adjective agreement,  

cultural readings, conversations, listening activities  and vocabulary are aligned to topics with respect to context and linguistic content

20

4

Ser and Estar, stem changing verbs (e to ie, o to ue, u to ue, e to i) , rooms in the house, comparisons, colors

cultural readings, conversations, listening activities and vocabulary are aligned to topics with respect to context linguistic  content

20

Scope and Sequence for Italian Grade 8

Year long effective 2015-2016

Quarter

Unit

Title

Instructional Days

1

alphabet, numbers 0-49; basic greetings/conversations

classroom rules practices

calendar, date, months, seasons

 

noun endings, plurals

definite articles/indefinite articles/c’è ; ci sono linked with vocabulary for the city

subject pronouns/essere/descriptive adjectives , nationalities and agreement

Culture: tu and Lei; geography (regions and their capital cities, borders, rivers and lakes, volcanoes) calendar, leisure time

 

2

numbers 50 to 1,000,000,000

sentences using noun adjective agreement

avere with idiomatic expressions

prepositions and prepositional  contractions

question words

 

vocabulary for school /subjects, classroom objects

Culture: school system, Money (Euro), architecture and famous locations of Ancient Rome,

3

conjugations are, ere, ire, ire/isc

question words, foods, partitive, adverbial prepositions

piacere with indirect object pronouns

vocabulary for foods, birthday party

Culture: food, eating, celebrations, holiday, Onomastico (Name day)

4

irregular:andare, bere, stare,fare,dire,potere,volere,dovere, uscire, venire

idiomatic expressions with fare

telephone vocabulary

direct object pronouns

family,possessive adjectives

sapere vs. conoscere

Culture: The family, art and music

Professional Development

We will be utilizing Frontline to help share, document and coordinate our Professional Development opportunities for 2019-2020.  Stay tuned for more information! 

 

North Providence School Department

2240 Mineral Spring Avenue
North Providence, Rhode Island 02911
(401) 233-1100