Jane Ball Happenings

Week of Oct 12-Oct. 16

Shout Outs

Thanks to the following staff who helped with cutting and creating math materials with Bea.

Jody Kubiak

Pam Kouder

Cheryl uebsch

Janise Weiner

Nancy O'Malley

Julie Cafferini

Kara Barno

Val Narin

Kiki Brinkley

Bea Cak

We will be recognizing the following staff at the board meeting for their work this summer on the Library.

Tracey Lakomek

Val Narin

Janet Neitzel

Cecilia Budlove

Tammie Sopczak

Cindy Gross

Lisa Bochnowski

Brett Wright

Girl Scout Troop 30094

High Schoo Student Eric Lakomek

Thank you to Dailia Hoover for providing a bike to a student in need!

Thanks to Kayla Reidenga and Tammie Sopczak for taking initiative and creating the socktoctober drive and the Supplies for GI drive! Way to incorporate community into our lesson plans and school to teach the importance of service to our students.

Thanks to Leslie Klauk (for the bullying presentations for staff) and Nurse Chris (for Epi training). We have many staff with huge talents and we are thankful for your sharing them with us!

Red Ribbon Week

Leslie is planning red ribbon week for the week of Oct 23. We will be celebrating before and after the fall break. More details to follow

Whats Happening

Monday Oct 12

8:00 New Teacher Meeting Conference room

11:30 Deb Case conference at Oak Hill (Lowell)

3:40 Smart Board Training at Hanover Middle School

Tuesday Oct 12

8 am Personal Professional Development time

Star 360 Training- Snedden Lakomek Caffarini Snuffer

3:30 ECD conference Snedden and Chancellor

6:00 pm Board Meeting

Wednesday Oct 14

8 am Climate Meeting

9:00 Deb at Principals Meeting

1:00 K data meeting with Deb conference room

3:30 Chrome Books Training- Library Research Lab

Thursday Oct 15

Team Meetings

10:15 Earth Quake Drill

Friday Oct 16

8:00 am Grade Level Chairs meeting Library

Chrome Book Proposals DUE

9:15 Secretary and Book Keepers Meeting Central office

Smart Board Training

On October 12th at 3:40 P.M. we will have a training session for the SMART Boards at the Middle School in room 242. This training will roughly last two hours. This is not a mandatory training but a voluntary one. If you would like to come out and join us we will be hosting Rebecca Lubarsky from COTG who will be covering some basic and intermediate functions of the SMARTBoard and SMART Notebook products.

Chrome Book Training

The carts for Chrome Books for grades 2-5 will arrive this week! John and Steve will conduct training this Wednesday at 3:30 here at Jane Ball in the Library.

The Great Shake Up - Earth Quake Drill Oct 15 at 10:15

At 10:15 a.m. on October 15, 2015, millions of people will “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” in The Great Central U.S. ShakeOut, the region’s largest earthquake drill ever! All K-12 schools and districts are encouraged to participate in the drill (or plan a more extensive exercise).

Major earthquakes may happen anywhere you live, work, or travel. The ShakeOut is our chance to practice how to protect ourselves, and for everyone to become prepared. The goal is to prevent a major earthquake from becoming a catastrophe for you, your organization, and your community.

Why is a “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” drill important? To respond quickly you must practice often. You may only have seconds to protect yourself in an earthquake before strong shaking knocks you down, or something falls on you.