Week At A Glance

October 1 - 8, 2017

HSE 21 Corner- Repeat of last week- Please review the SAMR model!

Worksheets, workbooks, etc . We were reminded of the importance of looking critically at what role these tools play in an HSE 21 learning environment during one of our recent intermediate principals' walk-through discussions. What jumped out to us was a comment about uploading a worksheet into Canvas so students could complete it using HSE 21 technology! That isn't HSE 21, it's just substituting how a worksheet is completed! Included here is the visual representation of our work with the SAMR model that we explored a couple of years ago. Take a moment to review as you have the time! Thanks!!!

Big image
Big image

From the Energy Department

As the weather cools, people are more inclined to open windows. It does feel great outside, but opening windows can open up an assortment of problems. Would you please share this with your staff and ask that they keep their windows closed.


1)Indoor air quality risk: Open windows can cause students with allergies or asthma to have reactions. Our HVAC syst ems use MERV rated filters to remove these allergens before outside air reaches our students.

2) Intruder threats: Open windows are possible entry points for intruders.

3) Humidity control: Our HVAC systems are designed to maintain humidity at a designated set point. If you open a window, you are allowing moist outside air to enter the building before it can be conditioned by the HVAC system.

4) Help out your neighbor: Our classrooms are linked together. The HVAC system looks at all the classrooms in a pod and makes corrections based on the collective data from the pod. If someone in your pod opens a window, it can trigger the HVAC system to come on or not to run (depending on the outside air). The window may make your room feel more comfortable but it could be at the cost of your neighbors’ comfort.

5) Energy, environment, and economics: The HVAC system in your building is running. If you open your window, then you are letting the cool air outside. Would you open the windows at your house if your AC were running?

For these five reasons, I am asking you to keep your windows shut. It will help keep our students healthy, safe, comfortable, and reduce energy waste.

Thank you for your help and support!

Bob Rice

brice@hse.k12.in.us

Hamilton Southeastern Energy Manager

Primary evaluator

Randy- Becher, Hudson, Michael, Gibson, Everett, Teal, H. Jahn, Willey, Elliot, Falahee, Hufty, Conway, Gray, Knerr, Batthauer, Renckly, Pippenger, Small, Boykin, Sullivan, Kozloski, Simms, Bratton, Compton, Kuhn, Oelker, Zabonick, Bunnell, Sweitzer


Kim-Lowell, Johnson, Harris, Coffman, Driskell, Anderson, Heeter, Young, Huffer, Phlipot, Cencelewski, A. Jahn, Sergi, Saunders, Pratt, Zook, Walker, Spangler, Shults, Bradley, Addis, Ayers, Thomas, Weber, Nuzzi, Emerson

Volunteer breakfast monitoring :)

Since we no longer have an 8 hour IA at FCI, we don't have someone to daily cover arrival/breakfast beginning at 7:00am. (Generally there is an individual who can come to the cafeteria by 7:20am to relieve a volunteer.) Some staff have offered to assist, and therefore we decided to put out a calendar for all who may want to volunteer.


This is a great chance to greet students and possibly see them in a different setting outside of the classroom to connect with them. Please consider this opportunity and sign up if you are interested. No pressure...remember this is voluntary! Thanks to those who have already helped out!! :D

TDS News

Documentation:

Watch this short video to better understand the why behind documentation.

https://spark.adobe.com/video/LJZUV3M1S1MYd



Humanities:

This is a great sight for your students to view popular, authors' perspectives mastering the craft of writing.

http://www.nbclearn.com/writers-speak-to-kids



NBC Learn

www.nbclearn.com

NBC Learn believes in the power of great stories historic news reports, original video content, and current events coverage to engage, inspire, and educate K-12 and ...



STEM:


Join the Young Scientist Challenge in Innovating our Future:

http://view.email.discoveryeducation.com/?qs=1eea4b78b660440d84b8df313252a7a26c6c94466a0cfce1f24660281f7067b6d6d3a7ec31de4d47a41ef84a634540b277772325b64877dcbd90e05419baa82f8423d36329c7c7ca68302f15d1662cc0

From the ENL Department


Celebrating Culture


Looking for a way to connect with others globally and raise cultural awareness amongst your students? Beginning Oct. 2, over a million students across the world will take part in the Global Read Aloud. There are a few book options, but my recommendation for 2017 is A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park.


A couple of my classes are participating, and it is not too late to join in the fun. You can determine how much time you want to dedicate and how in depth you want to go. If you can spare 10 minutes a day, you can make it work! Let me know if you would like more information or check out:


https://theglobalreadaloud.com/

~Most Recent Falcon Flyer~

~ Food for Thought ~

Feel free to use these following items at your discretion to learn more about the SAMR model. There are multiple video options as they may appeal to each of us differently. :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBce25r8vto
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQTx2UQQvbU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SC5ARwUkVQg

What's Happenin' at the Creek!

Monday, October 2, rot F5

  • 7:00 am- Staff breakfast compliments of cafeteria staff
  • Fall Fundraiser
  • 2:33pm - Student dismissal
  • 2:40 - 3:25 - PLC time


Tuesday, October 3, rot C1

  • Fall Fundraiser
  • 1:00-2:00pm - Leadership meeting - Brice, Randy, Kim
  • 3:00-4:00pm - Choir (dismissal out front)


Wednesday, October 4, rot C2

  • Fall Fundraiser
    • 8:00-8:30am - Admin/TDS meeting
    • 3:00-3:50 - Spell Bowl
    • 3:00-4:00 - Art Club
    • 3:00-7:00pm - Admin available for evening P/T conferences


    Thursday, October 5, rot C3

    • Data Day
    • Fall Fundraiser
    • 3:00-4:00pm - Choir (dismissal out front)
    • 3:00- PBIS meeting- book room
    • Dine to Donate - all day! - JAGGERS - 20% to FCI donation https://goo.gl/vomqxt


    Friday, October 6, rot C4

    • Fall Fundraiser DUE


    Monday, October 9, rot C5

    • Kim out of building
    • Book Fair begins - through Friday of this week
    • 9:15am-12:15am - EDM PD (Randy, Michelle)
    • 2:33pm - Student dismissal
    • 2:40 - 3:25 - PLC time


    Tuesday, October 10, rot I1

    • Kim out of building
    • Book Fair
    • 9:30-11:00am - District Admin meeting (HHS LGI room) - Randy
    • 3:00-4:00pm - Choir (dismissal out front)
    • 3:00pm - FCI Discussion Meeting
    • 3:00-7:00pm - Admin available for evening conferences
    • Dinner provided by PTO for teachers


    Wednesday, October 11, rot. I2

    • Kim out of building
    • Book Fair
    • 7:00-7:35am - Student Council - Room 604
    • SOAR Day
    • 7:50-8:25am - RAT Team meeting
    • 8:00am-3:00pm - Beers & Probst PD - Randy, Michelle
    • 3:00-3:50 - Spell Bowl
    • 3:00-4:00 - Art Club
    • 3:00-6:00pm - Book Fair
    • Dine to Donate - all day! - JAGGERS - 20% to FCI donation https://goo.gl/vomqxt


    Thursday, October 12, rot. I3

    • Book Fair 3:00-4:00pm - Choir (dismissal out front)
    • 3:00-4:00 - FCI Connect
    • 5:00-8:00pm - Liger Mile


    Friday, October 13, rot. I4

    • Picture Retake Day
    • Book Fair
    • Fall Fundraiser to be distributed
    • 9:30-11:00 - PTO meeting - Bookroom (room 200)
    Big image
    Big image
    Big image

    FCI Miscellaneous notes

    AME Log-in: User: FALLCREEKIN / PW: FALLCREEKIN

    Admin Acct. for new devices:

    MAC: Username: Lmstaff / Password: HSEloc@1

    Windows 10 Machines (Dell & Surface): Username: .\Lmstaff / Password: HSEloc@1


    Front Row - (RtI/exceptional learners)

    Log in- fci-general@hse.k12.in.us

    password - frontrow2014

    class code (any student in the school edition) - 8ztau4


    NWEA windows:

    Fall: Monday, August 14 to Friday, September 1

    Winter: Monday, December 4 to Monday, December 18

    Spring: Monday, April 30 to Tuesday, May 15