John and Jacquelyn Miller

Elementary School

Inspire all students to achieve their greatest potential

  • "The best way to predict your future is to create it." ~ Abraham Lincoln

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  • One of Lancaster School District's goals is to help our students continue their education outside of the classroom using a variety of web-based resources. The best way to help a student access these rescources is by adding the Launchpad Classlink app to your home computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.


    In addition to what is provided on Classlink, here are some web-based resources that students can access with an internet connection.


    Language Arts Websites

    Math Websites

    Computer Science/Coding Websites

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Tech Check Grades K-2

    • Student uses basic keyboarding skills
      • K: Letter identification
      • 1st: 5-10 words a minute
      • 2nd: 10-20 words a minute
    • Student illustrates and communicates original ideas and stories using digital tools and media rich resources.
    • Student identifies, researches, and collects data using digital resources and proposes a developmentally appropriate solution.
    • Student works in collaborative groups to produce a digital presentation or product in a curriculum area.
    • Student finds and evaluates information related to a current or historical person or event using digital resources.
    • Student uses simulations and graphical organizers to explore and depict patterns of growth such as life cycles of plants and animals.
    • Student demonstrates the safe and cooperative use of technology.
    • Student communicates about technology using developmentally appropriate and accurate terminology.
    • Student demonstrates the ability to navigate in virtual environments such as electronic books, simulation software, and websites.
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Tech Check Grades 3-5

    • Student can appropriately use keyboarding skills.
      • 3rd Grade--One paragraph in a single sitting
      • 4th Grade--One page in a single sitting
      • 5th Grade--Two pages in a single sitting
    • Student produces a media-rich digital story or report using formatting and editing tools.
    • Student uses digital presentation software to modify/create works of art, graphically display information and communicate effectively during oral presentations.
    • Student recognizes bias in digital resources while researching an issue with guidance from a teacher.
    • Student selects and applies digital tools to collect, organize, and analyze data to evaluate theories or test hypothesis.
    • Student identifies and investigates issues and generates possible solutions using digital tools and resources.
    • Student conducts science experiments using digital instruments and measurement devices.
    • Student conceptualizes, guides, and manages individual or group learning projects using digital planning with teacher support.
    • Student uses technology appropriately to prevent injury to self or damage to equipment.
    • Student debates the effect of existing and emerging technologies on individuals, society, and the global community.
    • Student practices safe behavior on the web and understands copyright law with guidance from the teacher.
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Tech Check Grades 6-8

    • Student is fluent in keyboarding skills, editing tools, and can produce a multi-page document in one sitting.
    • Student describes and illustrates a content-related concept or process using a model, simulation, or concept-mapping software.
    • Student uses and modifies spreadsheets and databases to analyze data and propose solutions.
    • Student gathers data, examines patters, and applies information for decision making using digital tools and resources.
    • Student participates in cooperative/collaborative learning projects within the classroom and outside the classroom.
    • Student evaluates digital resources to determine the credibility of the author/publisher and the timeliness and accuracy of the content.
    • Student selects and uses the appropriate tools and digital resources to accomplish a variety of tasks to solve a problem.
    • Student integrates a variety of file types to create and illustrate a document or presentation.
    • Student demonstrates basic computer science skills such as programming or animation.
    • Student explains and correctly uses technical terms related to networks, computers, and online learning.
    • Student practices safe behavior on the web, understands copyright law, and can explain terms associated with safe/effective/efficient use of telecommunications.
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Miller Dress-Up Days

  • 2018-2019 Miller's Dress-Up Days


    1/23 - If I Were The Principal, Everyone Wear Pink Day

    2/27 - Crazy Hair, Hats, & Socks Day

    3/15 - Mustache Day

    4/24 - Jersey & Favorite Team Day

    5/28 - Retro Day

    6/4 - Dress Like A Jaguar, Jaguar Shirts Day

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California PBIS Coalition

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