A Nido Day
Students spend the majority of their day in their respective homeroom classes, where they learn core content of language arts, math, science and social studies under the instruction of their primary teachers in coordination with assistant teachers and other support specialists. At some point in the day, students will have a 95-minute Spanish and Specials Block (45 minutes for each class with 5-minute transition); students attend Spanish classes daily, while the Specials schedule rotates among art, music, and physical education. Students have a 15-minute break every morning for snack and outdoor play and have a midday lunch and recess block of 50 minutes. ES students are required to wear the Nido uniform each day, which may be purchased from Scolari.
The official start of our school day is 7:45 am, but students may arrive on campus beginning at 7:15 am, at which point there will be supervision in the library and on the playground. At 7:30 am, the first bell rings to signify that classroom doors are open for students, The second bell rings at 7:45 for all students to come start the instructional day.
|Elementary School Sample Schedule*|
|7:30-7:45 am||Classrooms Open for Morning Work|
|7:45-8:55 am||Homeroom Instruction|
|8:55-9:40 am||National Spanish or Spanish as a Second Language|
|9:45-10:30 am||Specials Classes (Art, Music, PE)|
|10:30-10:45 am||Morning Break|
|10:45-11:45 am||Homeroom Instruction|
|11:45 am-12:30 pm||Lunch and Outdoor Recess Break|
|12:30-2:25 pm||Homeroom Instruction|
*Actual times vary by grade and class, but this sample schedule is representative of the pacing and variety of all ES schedules