IAT Tiger Times

Week of November 14, 2016

School Mission 2016*2017

Our mission is to inspire and empower students to become engaged learners, high achieving scholars, and positive role models.

Happy Friday!!!

Parent Teacher Conferences

Hey, teachers! I'm proud to see that some of you have set up accounts using signup.com

A flyer will be delivered to you for distribution.

YOU WILL NEED TO CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT in order for parents to schedule meetings.

Create your account today and then provide the link for your families when you send the flyer home. Contact Ms. M for any details, as she has quickly become a master!

The High Five! - Things you need to know...

  1. AQCs will be conducting targeted walkthroughs/pop-ins to support instruction for teachers.
  2. IMPORTANT - The procedure for calling out has been established. ADP is the official tool that we use for reporting absences. The Google phone service is a supplemental tool. YOU MUST USE ADP, no exceptions. https://workforcenow.adp.com/public/index.htm
  3. PBIS-VERY IMPORTANT!!!: staff need to fill out this survey for the PBIS Committee https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1qF5u084DV4WpLAWl-a3PVp_Lpsq6inA5WAVlrFvsseU/edit
  4. Parent Teacher Conferences need to be scheduled. We will use VolunteerSpot to schedule.

  5. Updated schedule due to Spanish Teacher Vacancy.

LUNCH Update for Bellevue

In response to the feedback received yesterday, please see the lunch schedule below to be followed for today. We will follow the same hallway procedures for entrance and exits to the cafeteria and recess area as yesterday. Additionally, please provide me with feedback on today’s procedure; we are always working towards improvement.

Grade 1: Lunch 11:20—11:45 followed by recess until 12:10

KG: Lunch 12—12:35 followed by recess *(lunches should be on the tables ready for the students)

Grade 2: Recess FIRST at 12:15 and lunch at 12:35


AQC Lattimer

Social Emotional Lesson Plans - Mindfulness In the Classroom

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV8RDsfbrds

Emergency Procedures @ IAT

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

ACTIVE SHOOTER

(lock door, pull shades down, silence, phones off, hide point furthest from window and door)

LOCKDOWN

(lock door, pull shades down, silence, phones off, hide point furthest from window and door)

OFF-SITE EVACUATION (Line students up, take go bag hung by door, walk to cafeteria, sit on squad lines. Take attendance. Show green/red card. Wait to be crossed to gym, wait in gym to be bused to Bellevue). For Bellevue, procedure is same, except students walked across street to gym of adjacent school.

SHELTER IN PLACE

(Lock door and resume activities. No students allowed in hallways.)

Fire Drill

(Line students up, take go bag hung by door, walk students to parking lot, take attendance. Show green/red card).

** Go Bag Contents** Your class roster, aerial shots of fire drill slide, aerial shot of off-site evacuation slide, authorized student release list with guardian names and phone numbers.

** School nurse needs a GO KIT*** with portable emergency supplies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=0PNbCvZYD6U

PARCC Scores

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Tiger Roars


  • Shout out to everyone who took on the serious work of planning to improve our program during our Thursday strategic planning meeting. It was necessary and productive. I think we have a clearer perspective on what needs to be addressed.


-Director Kamau



Each week, we want to recognize and shout out our school staff for the small things that make our days and weeks a little easier. Whenever you see something good happening or just want to encourage a colleague, send an email to lmeyers@sabis.net with the subject line as "shoutout" then explain why in the email. We will do our best to post them as we receive them or at least on a weekly basis through the IAT Tiger Times!

INTERVENTION CENTRAL - RESOURCES FOR STUDENT REFERRALS AND RTI (MTSS)

When a teacher is confronted with a misbehaving or non-compliant student, the challenging behavior presents a puzzle to be solved. Instructors skilled in resolving behavior problems know that effective behavior management is built upon 3 assumptions (Packenham, Shute, & Reid, 2004).

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