January 18-22, 2016
ISIP MOY RESULTS ARE IN!
- Planning in PLC room this week. The focus will be creating grade-level common assessments in Math, Reading and Writing.
- If retention of a Tier 3 student is a consideration, please refer to AR EIE(R2). All information is due in by January 29th.
- You have $2 per student to spend for parties (Holiday, Valentines or End of the Year)
- Running Record information is due Jan. 29th.
- If you are interested in tutoring, please ask Julie for a contract and sign-in sheet.
Dates to Remember:
Jan. 18: Dr. Martin L. King Day (School Closed)
Jan. 21: Staff Meeting (Telpas Training)
Jan. 22: Kelly Leach on Campus!
Jan. 28: PTA McDonald's Night
Jan. 29: Kindergarten Bilingual Writing Samples Due
Jan. 14-29: GT Window Open
Jan. 25-29: Great Kindness Challenge Week
NRES MEETING CALENDAR
Faculty and Staff Shout-Outs!
COMMENT: I was really worried coming back from the break that must students would be sluggish and not ready to get busy (with so much more in the school year). I was pleasantly surprised that my students kept up with my pass and are ready to tackle the rest of the school year. I am going to keep up the pace and the momentum going so they don't slack.
COMMENT: I would personally like to thank Mechelle & Sarah for helping me with a situation I had on Friday. I appreciate the fact that they are avaliable & willing to jump in when nedded. Thanks ladies! :)
Guidance Services are available for any student throughout the year. Please use the link below to complete the form. Services may include:
- General Social Skills
- Learning Issues Impacted by Non-Related School Factors
- Classroom Academic Concerns leading to Misbehavior
- Emotional Issues
- Behavior RTI Process
- Students who have difficulty "fitting" in.
- Homeless students
NRES WEEKLY ATTENDANCE GRAPHS!
Answer the Question, Please!
Question: Are we planning anything as a school for the 100th day of school. It would be fun if the whole school was in on the fun. Maybe the PTA could get involve and help us decorate and do something fun.
Answer: This is something we can discuss during Leadership Meeting on Jan. 28th.
Question: What or who is the "mess" that Vicki Harper referred to that she is here to "clean up"?
Answer: As a PSP, she was light heartedly joking. Perhaps, she used the wrong choice of words; however, she is here to assist us in streamlining our processes and procedures:
- How do we create common assessments?
- Are PLCs meetings productive?
- Is data always at the forefront of discussions?
- Are students first?
We were provided the opportunity along with Friendship, Whitley Road and Bluebonnet. Let us not get boggled down with words, but look at the bigger picture: what are we working toward? What is our goal?
Vicky Harper is a very easy person to talk to. If you would like to ask what the TAIS process is about or any other question, please feel free. I am sure she would love to hear from you.