"We are data informed but vision driven!" 2/12/2018
100 Days Parade (from Castro)
PreK -1st gather in the gym. 2nd through 5th grade will gather in the hallways to cheer on the smaller kids as they walk from the gym towards their own hallways to end the parade. 2nd through 5th can have posters or any other thing to cheer the little ones on. Start calling (Manzanera) the classes to the gym by 215 to start the parade at 230pm. Parade will start with Pre-k then Kinder and finally followed by 1st.
Upper grades- if you would like to cheer the little ones on, please begin lining the main hallway at 2:15.
DROP EVERYTHING AND WRITE
This is our second week of drop everything and write! Please remember that for 15 minutes during breakfast ALL students in ALL contents should be writing. We are providing you with prompts, but you are free to use your own. The purpose is to get students comfortable getting their ideas on paper and in a routine of sharing their written work. Please make time for some share-outs!
We would love feedback on how this is going and how we can make it better!
The BULLDOG 10
Make eye contact when someone is speaking.
Respect other students’ comments, opinions and ideas.
Keep yourself and the bathrooms clean and germ-free.
Learn from your mistakes and move on.
Always say thank you when given something.
No matter the circumstances, always be honest.
Be the best person you can be.
Follow the specific classroom protocols.
If you win, do not brag; if you lose, do not show anger.
Greet visitors and make them feel welcome.
Outdoor Classrom Sign Up
There are two pages at the bottom. There is one for the covered and uncovered classroom.
Master Calendar- What is happening this week?
Monday- MOCK, 100 Days Parade
Tuesday- MOCK, GC
Friday- Brighter Bites
- Entire Stevens Park Team, kudos on creating and maintaining an amazing culture on your campus. From the moment a person arrives on the campus they experience it AND it really is exceptional.
- Ms. Bell is amazing. Her abilities and her heart for this school are evident throughout the day.
- What a pleasure is was for fifth grade to experience Ms. House's beautiful singing voice during the read-aloud on Wednesday! I know you don't know this, Ms. House, but that song has a special place in my heart and you impacted my day greatly!
- Mrs. Ramirez, thank you for truly supporting teachers!
Shout out to Nery and Gwen for helping get 100 days stuff ready. Thanks to Laura L. For helping put up the banners for the 100s day.
Shout out to the coaches for their ideas and coaching support.
Huge shout out to Maria Rangel for allowing me to come observe her during her reading block. Thanks Cam for making it happen. I appreciate it so much.
Shout out to Sonia for all her hard work.
Shout out to all the specials teachers for their support with my students and for constantly asking how domain particular are doing.
Shout out to all the teachers who stay late to tutor!
Shout out to Laura and Castro for their hard work an dedication with our students.
Shout out to the 3rd and 5th grade teachers for their help with the Dallas Winds field trips.
Shout out to Gwen for helping get chaperones for the field trips.
Shout out to Mrs. Torres for arranging the lunches for 3rd grades field trip.
Shout out to Mrs. Hackney for all her hard work with TELPAS.
Shout out to Ms. Nolasco and Ms. Rodriguez for covering my class while I went on the field trips with 3rd and 5th grade.
-Shout out to Mr. Mazanera for organizing two great field trips in one week!
-Shout out to Jessica Garcia and Natalie Cruz for tutoring on Saturday!
-Shout out to Beatrice for helping with Saturday School!
-Shout out to Laura Lindstrom and Ruth Ortiz for using a Saturday that the school is open to prep!
-Shout out to our new custodian Dewana for just stepping right on in!
-Shout out to Becky Rejob, Toya James and Natalie Cruz for being proactive in meeting with parents!
-Shout out to Maria Rangel for opening her classroom this week for observations!
-Shout out to Elizabeth Martinez for always stepping in to help!
David Bottema 13-Feb
Maya Hawkins 17-Feb
Rosalind Ash 21-Feb
Gerardo Fuentes 24-Feb
Bryan Gelbke 5-Mar
Melody Johnson 9-Mar
Laureano Martinez 13-Mar
Susan Quevedo 17-Mar
Charlie Jonson 29-Mar
Columbus Willis 5-Apr
Julisa Martinez 15-Apr
Kedrion Bailey 23-Apr
Goal 1: All team members will contribute to a safe and secure campus climate that celebrates and involves all Stakeholders.
On the climate survey, “I am satisfied with the recognition I receive for doing a good job,” will increase from 68% to 75% .
On the climate survey, “Morale has improved at my school this year,” will increase from 70% to75%.
Stevens Park will retain 75% of new hires
Goal 2: Dynamic Instructional Leadership & Student Achievement
1. Reading Scores will Increase (this will be cohort data; Spanish/ English)
a. 3rd Grade- 70/60
b. 4th Grade- 70/60
c. 5th Grade- 60/65
2. Math Scores will Increase (this will be cohort data)
a. 3rd Grade- 65
b.4th Grade- 65.7/70
c. 5th Grade- 40/60
4. 5th Grade Science- 60/60
5. 75% of students will meet their MOY and EOY DRA goals
Dallas ISD Goals
Dallas ISD Goals
☐ Goal 1: All students will exhibit Satisfactory or above on performance on State assessments. Students below Satisfactory performance will demonstrate more than one year of academic growth.
☐ Goal 2: Dallas ISD schools will be the primary choice for families in the district.
☐ Goal 3: The achievement gap by race, ethnicity, and social economic status will be no greater than 10% on all academic measures.
☐ Goal 4: 95% of students will graduate. Of the graduates, 90% have the qualifying scores for community college, college, military, or industry certification.
☐ Goal 5: 95% of entering kindergarten students are school-ready on a multidimensional assessment.
☐ Goal 6: All students will participate in at least one extracurricular or co-curricular activity each year.
Do you know your team? Are the students able to call people by name?
This is the link to the staff pictures for this year. Please help your students learn to call all staff by their name. Thank you!