Keep Calm and Teach On
Important Dates-April 4, 2016
Apr. 5 (J+Purple WHE)
Science DBA #1 5th grade
Math CBA #3 2nd grade
Math DBA #1 3rd, 4th, and 6th grades
D-Hall supervised by 6th grade
Priority Meetings K-4
Faculty Meeting=K-2 only with T. Fuller-Reading 3-D>What Does It Look Like?-Library
Apr. 8 (J+WHE)
Junior High Counselors visit 6th grade at 1:00 PM
2nd grade 911 Presentation during PE/Fine Arts by Hurst PD
PD with M. Mitchell for "Working with SPED Students" during planning times
PTA Executive Board Meeting 3:15 PM
D-Hall 5th supervises
Data Analysis 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th
Data Analysis Math DBA #1
TEA Time 3rd-6th
PTA/Picnic 5:30-7:00 PM
Apr. 15 (J+HERO)
Roadrunner Rally>1:30-2:00 PM
End 5th Six Weeks
Grades due by 4:00 PM
Begin 5th Six Weeks
First Grade>Science in the Park
Leadership Team Meeting 3:10 PM
Apr. 19 (J+ WHE)
DBA #1 Reading 2nd grade
D-Hall 4th grade supervises
Pre-K Student Led Conferences 10:00-11:00 and 12:00-1:00
Operation Success=1st grade Reading
Report Cards go home
Faculty Meeting=STAAR Training
Apr. 22 (J+WHE)
Reading 3-D Window opens
TC Meeting>3:10 PM
6th Grade visits the Jr. Highs
Operation Success>3rd grade Math (3 teachers + 3)
D-Hall>3rd grade supervises
Operation Success>4th grade Math (3 teachers + 3)
TEA Time K-2
CBA #2 Social Studies 6th grade
Operation Success>3rd grade Reading (3 teachers + 3)
Faculty Meeting>Goal Teams + PTA Board Nominations
Apr. 29 (J + Your choice)
Operation Success>4th Grade Reading (3 teachers + 3)
Kindergarten Kick-Off + PTA Visits
Operation Success>6th grade Reading and Math (3 teachers + 3)
Pizza with PTA 6:00-7:00 PM
*Please make sure that you have filled out the HEB School Climate Survey--Everyone must participate in this important survey!
*AESOP>the district is beginning a new program for substitutes. You will be receiving a letter that gives you user name and password. Attached here is the link for PD on using the new system: http://help1.frontlinek12.com/?b_id=3397
Be sure that you have watched the videos and understand how to use the new system. Begin viewing with the Getting Started portion. (It is suggested that you start about in the middle of this first video)
You need to be ready when the system rolls out.
Thursday, May 26-Regular Work Day (moved from Saturday, May 28th)
Friday, May 27-Non Work Day
Saturday, May 28-Non Work Day
Monday, May 30-Memorial Day Holiday
*All teachers must take and pick up their own students from the cafeteria at lunch time.
*Please do not allow students to be in the lounge unattended.
-Lesson Plan requirements> Your lesson plans must have P(Learning Objective)DSA, Language Objective (from ELPS),
Quality Questions and High Yield Strategies.
-Reminder: If you are going to be absent you must call 817-894-5954 after you have requested a sub. Please make your arrangements in the sub system prior to 6:45 AM.
-Reminder: Turn a hard copy of your lesson plans to Rebecca on Friday by the end of the day or Monday AM for special education.
-If you are going to be absent please put in the sub-finder system before 6:45 AM and call me at 817-894-5954.
--Teachers must not be using personal cell phones during the school day. Cell phones should be locked up during the day, not on your person.
--Make sure that you are entering your grades with-in three days of the assignment.
--You MUST take the attendance twice—one at 8:00 AM and one at the 9:45 AM. This is a state law and it can be seen by the auditors and district personnel.
--Reminder>please be sure to check out in the office if you leave the building during the school day.
--Please keep Thursday afternoons open for Faculty Meetings.
*T. Fuller for making the K-2 kids feel so comfortable and confident while completing 3-D testing.
*R. Edwards did a great job of questioning her students during the walk-about.
*Stacy, Melanie and Brinda were amazing with students during the time we visited classrooms.
*K. Harrell for being real!
*Juan, sits with kids @ lunch
Sarah W. 27thAPRIL
Loren M. 2nd
Brandi A, 12th
Amanda B. 13th
Katie B. 18th
Julie D. 19th
Rebecca H. 23rd
Rachel E. 28th
Vision: to be a district and community leader by exemplifying character, honor, and academic excellence.
Mission: collaborate with our community to empower students to reach their greatest potential.
1. Do what’s right.
2. Perform with excellence.
3. Respect others.