Onward into 2017!

rsbsadmin Sarah Collinge, Year End Review 0 Comments

2016 marks a year of growth for our small but mighty company! Watching our finances go from red to black as we make our materials more marketable for district wide adoptions has been exciting! This year we welcomed public schools, charter schools, and private schools adopting the Read Side by Side Reading Materials (C. I. A.) for their comprehensive ELA …

Hooked on CIA: Reflections on the Year

rsbsadmin 4th Grade, Ryan Painter, Year End Review 0 Comments

My CIA experience this year was AMAZING!  My students are hooked on the CIA reading program!  Here are our teacher and student reflections on the year: Teacher Reflection One of the biggest things I have noticed from my students this year is their confidence in reading and writing.  They have all made huge strides in my classroom this year.  I …

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Janet’s Year End Review – Looking Back

rsbsadmin 4th Grade, Janet Erickson, Year End Review 0 Comments

Looking Back It’s hard to believe another school year is complete.  This year will be one that I always remember with fondness; the students in my class were exceptionally kind, eager to learn, and attentive.  Pretty much a dream class… So I’ve been thinking back about the things that really stood out this year.  I started Shiloh, the first CIA …

Sarah’s Year End Review

rsbsadmin 3rd Grade, Sarah Linington, Year End Review 0 Comments

The students and I know our classroom would have been a very different place without CIA this year. I know: CIA determined our reading block structures (we missed it when we had breaks between). CIA set a social studies theme that helped us with our actual social studies big ideas. CIA helped me facilitate student independent work habits in a …

Dawn’s Year End Review – Looking Forward

rsbsadmin 3rd Grade, Dawn Smith, Year End Review 0 Comments

It is hard to believe that another school year is going to be over in just a few days! It seems like it was just yesterday that started. With all the craziness that come with closing up a classroom for the year, and the fun activities that are scheduled, I find myself reflecting and thinking about what I plan to …