Trillo, Maria

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Mrs. Trillo

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My name is Maria Trillo.  I graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso.   I am a second grade bilingual teacher at Douglass Elementary.  I look forward to working with your child.  I believe that all children can learn.  I know that with your help and support your child can learn and experience success.  In my classroom we will be learning through hands on activities and educational games. 


I can be reached during my conference time from 9:00-9:45 am by calling 915-236-8750,  Thank you for all your help and support.
 

Class Rules

Follow directions
Raise your hand to speak
Raise your hand to get permission to get out of your seat or go to restroom.
Make smart choices
Keep your teacher happy
Always do your best

Consequences


 Students start each day on the green light.

 When a student engages in an off-task behavior, the clothes pin will move to the yellow light as a caution.

  If another incident occurs that day, the clothes pin will be moved to the orange light.  The students will sit at an individual desk (time out).


 If another incident occurs that day, the clothes pin will be moved to the red light and parents will be informed.  The student will stay after school for ten minutes the next school day.

 Once a clothes pin has been removed 10 times during a nine week period, the student will be referred to the counselor as he/she is in danger of receiving an “N” or “U” on the behavior portion of the report card.

 An “N” will appear on the report card if the clothes pin is removed 11-13 times in a nine week period. 
A “U” will appear on the report card if the clothes pin is removed 14 or more times in a nine week period.