Friday Focus

St. George Episcopal Lower School

With only one week left before the Thanksgiving break, I want to thank you all for all you are doing to make this time special for the kids. It takes some masterful teachers to keep the kids on track with their lessons while still allowing them to feel the magic of these holidays.

Looking Forward

November 16-20

  • MONDAY - 7:40-7:55 choir practice in the music room, 3rd six weeks overviews were due Friday
  • TUESDAY -
  • WEDNESDAY - 7:40-7:55 choir practice in the music room, Faculty Meeting at 3:30 in St. John room (I would like everyone to attend please), Happy Birthday, Sheridan!
  • FRIDAY - 7:40-7:55 choir practice in the music room, 10:00am Thanksgiving Eucharist followed by family gathering and early dismissal
  • SATURDAY - Happy Birthday, Mimi!
  • SUNDAY - Happy Birthday, Kim W.!

Upcoming Dates

November 23 - 27 - Thanksgiving Holiday

November 30 - Happy Birthday Michael Z. and Terri H.!, Team Leader meetings @7;30 in conference room, 7:40-7:55 choir practice in the music room

December 1 - Cookie Decorating event @ 3:30 in the cafeteria (Please join us for some fun fellowship...and cookies)

December 2 - 7:40-7:55 choir practice in the music room, Tech Mtg. @ 3:30 in the computer room

December 3 - Yvonne gone in afternoon

December 4 - 7:40-7:55 choir practice in the music room, St. Nick shoe filling during chapel, Yvonne gone in afternoon

REMINDERS:

  • Curriculum overviews for the 3rd six weeks are due by Friday, November 13. (Today)
  • Classroom teachers - If you are using a specific behavior management plan with individual students, please send the specialists a note detailing the plan. Students who need this extra help also need consistency and, if we are using the same plan across all courses, it will be much more effective.
  • Please make sure that you are always keeping your doors locked.

Some of the Great Things I Saw This Week:

  • I saw many more incredible teachers doing what they do best! Whenever anyone comments on how smoothly the school year is going, I always say that the success of this school is because of the wonderful teachers who work here, and all of my observations affirm that statement!
  • This week the junior kinders made cornucopias and were so proud of them. The best part of seeing them walking to their cars that day was getting to hear them try to say "cornucopia" when I asked about their artwork.