Ridge Report

Week 8: October 14, 2016

Upcoming Events

Week of Oct 17

Oct 17

3:15 SOAR (Art, Maker Space)

Oct 18

9:45 IEP

3:30 Focus Group

Oct 20

11:45 IEP

12:20 IEP

Oct 21

Fire Drill

9:40 IEP

1:35 SPED Mtg

Oct 22

Patricia CiFuentes’ Bday

Tami Demory’s Bday

Week of Oct 24

Oct 24

No School for Students: Staff Development Day

Amy Costilla’s Bday

Oct 25-28

Red Ribbon Week

Tues: Wear Red

Wed: Crazy hair, socks, clothes

Thur: Cardinal gear

Fri: Day of the Living Books

Oct 28

10:30 Staff lunch provided by room moms

1:35 SPED mtg

6:00 Fall Dance in MPB

T-Tess 101

Dimension 2.3 Communication

The teacher clearly and accurately communicates to support persistence, deeper learning and effective effort.


*Are you utilizing questioning strategies such as wait time to allow all students time to think?

*How do you ensure your questioning encourages high order thinking?

*What questioning strategies are you incorporating into your planning and lessons?

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Weekly 5 #27 - T-TESS Dimension 2.3: Communication

Moving to Greatness...

    October 24, 2016 MRI Professional Development

    Goal of the day: To provide support on your personal goal for this year.

    Literature & Inquiry – Presented by : Kelly Harmon --4th/5th Reading teachers

    MMS Rm. 17 8:00-2:00

    Bring laptop and readiness TEK/SE that you would like to work on

    We will have a working lunch. Lunch provided

    Saxon Phonics—Patricia & Rhonda

    HME RM 8:00-9:30 & 10:30-11:30

    Purposeful Planning and Questioning --4th/5th Math, Science, 5th Writing, Emmy, Carla

    Dyslexia Training—Michelle

    SPED- Kristy, Haley, Rhonda

    12:30-3:00

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The Spotlight is on....Jamie Muniz

Jamie was chosen by Mary Lorenson. She shares:


I would like to put a spotlight on Jamie Muniz. She is the last person to want attention shining on her but she deserves to be in the spotlight. She never lets anything get her down. She's always got a "chill attitude" even when her plate is overflowing with tasks to do either for school or her personal life. She finds a way to smile and laugh through it all. She's the first one to step up and volunteer when help is needed. She's fun to be around and I enjoy working with her. Thank you, Jamie, for your calm demeanor and great sense of humor!