Flaa's Monday Memo

August 28, 2017

Great Things I Noticed Last Week!

  • Our new traffic pattern is working...YEA! Things seem to be settling down and running more smoothly during student drop-off and pick-up.
  • JOB WELL DONE to those who helped with Drug Testing...It was a huge undertaking and our teamwork paid off.
  • Students following the dress code and classroom rules -- Remember, consistency is the key to breaking bad habits and forming good ones!
  • Our hallways, commons, gymnasium, and athletic wing filled with SPIRIT signs! If you haven't seen it go check it out...Our cheerleaders have done an AMAZING job in building that Indian Pride. If you see one of them, give them a big ol' Thank You!
SHS Professional Development Survey

This survey is designed for you to give us feedback as to the topic areas where you need additional training. The information you and your colleagues provide will be used to prepare a comprehensive professional development program.

Join us Monday, August 28th @ 4:30pm to welcome our new superintendent, Dr. Sandra McCoy-Jackson to Sanger ISD. The reception will be held in the SHS Commons.

Nuts & Bolts

  • Complete the Professional Development Survey by Wednesday, August 30th.
  • SISD Compliance videos MUST be completed before September 15th.
  • T-TESS Goal Setting and Part I MUST be completed by September 29th.
  • New Teachers need to login to DMAC and get account set up by Wednesday, August 30th. Email Mrs. Gillum or myself for DMAC passwords.
  • Get voice mail on phones set up by Friday. If you need instructions please see Mrs. Knight.
  • Turn in "Sunshine" forms along with contribution to Mrs. Love.
  • Turn in your LEGO Brick to Mrs. Knight.

Upcoming Events

August 28
  • Superintendent Reception from 4:30-6:30pm

August 29

  • Volleyball vs Frisco Heritage @ SHS, 5pm

August 31

  • 9th & JV Football vs Graham @ SHS, 5pm

September 1

  • V Football vs Graham @ Graham, 7:30pm
  • Volleyball vs Springtown @ Springtown, 5pm

September 2

  • XC @ Denton North Lakes

September 4

  • Labor Day Holiday
Remember this...Professional Courtesy

TRY IT IN YOUR CLASSROOM!