Mrs. Coughlin's Class

Students and Parents

BENCHMARKS....What are they?

Benchamarks in education are used to measure standards that are set for learning. For example, benchmarks might be set for the concepts that must be mastered in each grade. They might also be used to see where a particular student, class, or even school ranks in comparison to others.

May 2018

  • San Jose Fest- The 70's
    • Saturday, May 5th at 6:30pm
    • San Jose Catholic School Gym
    • Purchase Tickets
  • End of year Benchmarks
    • STAR Reading
    • STAR Math
    • Semester Finals for grades 6th, 7th, and 8th
    • iReady Reading
    • iReady Math


iReady is the main intervention program that we use for Reading and Math.  Based on the results of the i-Ready® Diagnostic, students are automatically placed into student instruction customized to their placement levels. These online lessons provide a consistent best-practice lesson structure and build conceptual understanding, in addition to being engaging and fun for learners of all levels.  Find out more by clicking these links:  Student Instruction , Research , Response to Intervention .

Simply Smarter is a program that helps improve central processing and working memory through cognitive and intensity activities.  Find out more by clicking these links:  What it is , Who it's for , How it works , The Science . 

Class Schedule

END-OF-YEAR:  We will go back to meeting after early release on Wednesday, 5/16 from 1:50-3:30pm.  This will be during the end-of-year benchmarks for the iReady intervention programs.  I will continue to assess on the following Wednesdays, 5/23 and 5/30, until they have finished.

UPDATED:  Starting the first week of January 2018, services will be given during non-core instructional time.  This varies for each student and was communicated via email in December 2017.  

The More You Know

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.  The best way to reach me is via email or you can always call the school at 904.733.2313.  Have a blessed day!

My Best,
Mrs. Coughlin