The Weekly Warrior
September 6, 2015
Week at a Glance
September 7-No School
September 8- AC meeting JB out 9-11, Team leader meeting 2:45, first home CC meet!
September 9-COMMUNITY LEADER BREAKFAST/TOUR 7:30-9:00am Tour will be from 8:30-9:00am
September 10-SIP team meeting, Please join this team we will analyze data and set three goals for our school to improve this school year.
September 11-Welcome Back to School Picnic 5:00-7:30 would love to have OQ staff present for this event! Bring your family. Springfield $ due.
September 14-Tech Innovator Meeting cohort 1(many subs )Faculty meeting 2:45-3:45 LRC
September 15-New Teacher Meeting Conf. room, Girl's VB game support our Lady Warriors, Rosecrans @LHS
September 16-SST meeting (am), New teacher dinner, BOE meeting
September 17-Fire Drill @ 9:00am, Meeting to discuss state of District JB out 11:30-2:30
September 18- Jason Science training for JB
I have observed several teachers implementing math stations. It takes an enormous amount of planning and procedural practice to pull these off, way to go OQ teachers!
Eulogy of the word BIG
Mrs. Klukas and her students bid adieu to the word BIG. Very unique, how else are we encouraging a more academic diverse vocabulary?
College Day @OQMS
What a great Friday! School spirit at its best, now we just need some OQ shirts too. hmmmm Mr. B is working on it.
Eulogy of the word BIG
District 113A Welcome Back to School Picnic
Friday, Sep. 11th, 5-7:30pm
16100 West 127th Street
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Blues in music class, Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom! Awesome Mrs. Anderson.
Use this form to recognize the #warriorpride we see in each other.
I would like to thank Cathy Aguire and Diane Chaps for helping us get back into the school year. They diligently separated and delivered our supplies as we prepared our classrooms. They both work so hard to meet so many of our needs on a daily basis!
Juanita DeGroot is the type of colleague everyone should be so lucky to have as a partner. I volunteered to do a make-over on the math award display case and she jumped in to help without ever being asked! Her eye for design made the display more eye-catching than I could ever have achieved on my own. She displayed her warrior pride by helping to make our school a more attractive place. Thank you, Juanita!
Tech Tip for Teachers
Looking for some ways to start a discussion in Advisory? Dig Deeper in ELA? Connecting the Current with Past in Social Studies?
Digital Learning Coach
Lemont-Bomberek SD 113a
September 15 Raising a Child to Say No at LHS.
PTO donated 20 scholarships of half price for free and reduced lunch students to attend the Springfield trip.
A parent donor has provided an additional 10 half scholarships for free and reduced lunch students to attend Springfield.
Current list of attendees
Please encourage our free and reduced lunch students to attend Springfield for half the cost.
I would like to confirm the teachers who will be participating in the Springfield field trip by the end of this week. I would expect that any teacher who has a majority of 7th grade classes or if you have a 7th grade advisory would be attending. If you have other commitments that will not allow you to attend, please let me know.