Panther Press

for the Week of Feb 4 Plus

Reminders from the Principal

The mid-year walkthrough is this week. The majority of observers will be here Feb 7 starting at 12 but do not be surprised if you have visitors at any point during the week in your classroom.


Progress reports go home Feb 7. Make sure any grades you want to show up by then are entered.


Make sure you are reading the Panther Press each week and planning accordingly. Visit the Google Classroom to ensure you know when things are due. One set of lesson plans are due today by 3 PM. The next set will be due Feb 15.


The forms for submitting Parent Contacts is in the Google Classroom. Make sure these are up-to-date. It is the expectation that parent contacts are entered when they are made not at the end of the nine weeks or days/weeks/months later. It is imperative that these contacts are made prior to the end of the Nine Weeks. we cannot have any surprises. All students who are failing your class must be contacted before the end of the semester.


All teachers will be required to administer a minimum of four assessments every nine weeks: two before progress reports and two after. The two Unit Assessments count towards the total minimum assessments required: One unit assessment must be before progress reports and one after. Plan accordingly so that required RTI activities can be completed prior progress reports and report cards going home.


I need to remind ALL staff members of a couple of things: 1) all staff members are required to remain on campus during the work day unless they have permission from an administrator to leave for school related business (teachers must sign out in Mr. Anders' Office and classified must clock out as well), 2) All staff are responsible for electronic communications and items shared through the google platform. We will be adding additional documents as the year progresses. "I did not read my email" or "I did not know how to access the google folders" is not an acceptable excuse.

Lunchroom

All teachers will be required to sit with their students during lunch. Lunch is not duty free. All teachers are responsible for the students they take to lunch whether the students are in the hall on the way to lunch, in the line to get their food, at the lunch table, taking their trash to the garbage and in the hall on the way back to lunch. Supervision of students assigned to the teacher is one of the primary professional responsibilities of the teacher. Teachers are required to ensure their table and areas are clean when they leave the lunchroom.

Important Reminders for the Week of Feb 4 Plus

Feb 4 - Feb 8 - Mid-year Walkthrough Week (Most observations will be done on Feb 7 but do not be surprised if someone visits at any point in the week)

Feb 4 - Timecards approved by 3 PM

Feb 5 - NAEP Testing

Feb 5 - Faculty Meetings in Conference Room

Feb 5 - Monthly FBLA Meeting after school in Bus Tech Lab

Feb 6 - FCCLA Meeting after school in FACs classroom

Feb 7 - Progress Reports sent home 7th period

Feb 8 - Coach Mansell to speak with 8th grade Football players 2 PM

Feb 8 - Grades due by 3 PM


Feb 11 - Timecards approved by 3 PM

Feb 11 - CARE Meeting at HES

Feb 12 - Faculty Meetings in Conference Room - Mid-Year Walkthrough Results

Feb 12 - NJHS Meeting after school in Room 104

Feb 12 - HMS Boys Tennis vs Westminster @ Oak Mountain

Feb 13 - Student Council Meeting after school in FACs classroom

Feb 15 - MEDC in Conference Room

Feb 15 - Lesson Plans due in Google Classroom by 3 PM

Feb 15 - Grades due by 3 PM

Feb 15 - HMS Boys and Girls Tennis vs Bragg @ Montcrief Tennis Courts in Gardendale


Feb 18 - Presidents' Day - School Closed

"Often is the regret for saying too much, and seldom the regret for saying too little." - The Saga of Hrafnkel Freysgothi, C7

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