Jeffers Pond Friday Outlook
May 6, 2016
Lakers On the Leading Edge: Take a look at the Blog Jessica has been compiling. There is a highlight of our very own Sherrie Seidensticker!
Lit Lab: We will have Lit Lab on May 10th at 8:05 in the media center. Please bring your handouts from last session.
School Nurses day: May 11th is school nurses day. Thank you to Megan and Julaine for all they do for Jeffers Pond.
The window for Infinite Campus will be opened on May 16, 2016 for posting grades.
The AGR Committee is recommending that teachers start entering “Skills That Support Learning” and adding teacher comments prior to Grading Day.
Clarification for grades K-5 classroom teachers: The expectation to include 2-3 teacher comments on each student’s report card can be either personal or canned comments.
Specialists, please connect with your building administrator regarding comments.
An Infinite Campus Manuel will be coming your way soon as a reference.
All school meeting: Today we will be meeting at 2:45 for our all school meeting and volunteer recognition.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rXDvQBYr_lp_4ST5A06my5nhoqv39_-CuaeYJ_urVAg/edit
Thank you to all of our teachers for helping to inspire greatness each and everyday. All of your extra time and efforts are appreciated. It has been so exciting to see the new inspiration in each of our students throughout the year.Thank you to Kirsten and Kate for a fabulous Art and Book Fair this year!
Thank you to Lisa and the Child Nutrition Services staff for providing great food with a smile!
Thank you to the Leadership team for their help in planning the Volunteer celebration this afternoon.
Thank you to Nancy, Chris, and Andrea for their help with the Volunteer Celebration song.
Thank you to all of the grade levels for the creative and colorful Thank You posters. They will be on display in the gym.
Kindergarten student reading using QR codes. Take a look at the Lakers on the Leading Edge for more details on how Mrs. Seidensticker created QR codes for students to practice reading and writing with different vowel sounds.
Mrs. Seidensticker's student engaged in writing during extended learning time.
Our Junior Naturalists help celebrate Earth Day.