Staff Weekly

Published October 28, 2019

Spirit Week

Meme Monday

Twin Tuesday

Tie Dye Wednesday

Costume Thursday

Class Colors and Comfy Friday

If you haven't paid your Sunshine Dues, please give to Fay or Stephens.

Colorful Run

We are not using powder this year for the Color Run. There's a colorful surprise for the kids. There will also be Kona Ice and sidewalk chalk drawing.


Teachers will come outside with the students that are assigned to them during that time and assist in supervision. Bring them out at the start time. Don't wait to be called. Please don't come early so as to avoid complete chaos.


8th grade: 12:00-12:30


7th grade: 12:45-1:15


6th grade: 1:30-2:00

This Week's Meetings

Monday: eleot walkthroughs from 8:24-11:20 (not during SEL or tutorial), faculty circle after school


Tuesday: Reading ATMs and Reading tutorial adjustments (we'll try to finish in one planning, but it may not be possible). I only need reading teachers on Tuesday. KIC team before school


Wednesday: Math ATMs and Math tutorial adjustments (we'll try to finish in one planning, but it may not be possible). I only need math teachers on Wednesday, Team leader after school


Thursday: None


Friday: Social Studies and Science teachers for tutorial adjustment during 2, 5, 7

Team Leader Wednesday

Upcoming Meetings

November 5: We work today. Agenda: CASE scoring, analysis, planning

November 6: Behavior PLC

November 7: No Meetings


November 12: No Meetings

November 13: Writing PLC

November 14: No Meetings

ATM Agenda

1. In ABC order, review each student's progress (classroom and Star)--I will have the graphs for you.

2. Determine if the child is performing below, at, or above expectation

3. Adjust or keep tier.round

4. Adjust intervention if needed

5. Discuss tutorial format for November/December

Vertical Team PLCs

Reminder to bring evidence of goal implementation to our vertical meetings. These are the goals you wrote in October:


ELA

  1. Monthly, bring and analyze student work that shows evidence of writing that matches the unit expectations. Calibrate thinking on what constitutes a 1, 2, and 3.
  2. Create a school writing plan focusing on one component of the plan each month. Begin with the school writing policy.



Math


  1. Complete CUBES word problems 4 times per week and complete 1 written writing prompt per unit explaining how to correctly solve a math problem with appropriate vocabulary.
  2. At least weekly, use CASE question bank to administer checks to maintain rigor of priority standards/calibrate.



Science


  1. Implementation of 3D instruction daily as evidenced in lesson plans.
  2. Collaboratively write summative assessments that measure mastery of disciplinary core ideas through the practices and cross-cutting concepts.



Social Studies


  1. Monthly, bring and analyze student work that shows evidence of inquiry practices. Calibrate thinking on what constitutes a 1, 2, and 3. (QFT, DBQ, extended response, because, but, so).