High School Staff Newsletter

April 13 - 17

STRONGER TOGETHER

Our Vision of Learning

In full support of our district mission and vision, we at SCC High School are committed to...

Creating a learning experience built on creativity, choice, efficiency, and engagement, resulting in high-achieving and creative problem-solvers who take intellectual risks to discover the world around them and maximize their potential.

We Have the Power to...

  • SERVE others
  • show EMPATHY
  • LIFT others UP

SNOW!!!???

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COVID-19 Planning Information

Click this link for a detailed look at the plan for the coming weeks.

STUDENTS of CONCERN FORM

If you have any type of concern (physical, mental, social) please complete this for so Tracy and Travis can respond. Please remember that completing this does not eliminate your responsibility as a mandatory reporter.

STUDENTS NOT ENGAGING FORM

Please complete this form each Friday. You do not need to add the same student more than once.

Students Not Engaging SPREADSHEET

This document contains the survey results. Please use this link to REMOVE students who no longer belong on the list. Please don't sort.

STUDENTS WITHOUT INTERNET

This is a live document to help us keep track of students we know don't have internet access. When you come across a student without internet, please add their name here.

TECH UPDATES for DR. DANIEL RUUD

Using Google Classroom for Google Meet

Google Meet integration within Google Classroom. This is an instructional video from Dan. Please read the full content of his email in your Gmail account.

Using Google Meet Nicknames or Codes

Google Meet Nicknames or Codes. This is an instructional video from Dan. Please read the full content of his email in your Gmail account.

Using Virtual Desktop

Using Virtual Desktop. This is an instructional video from Dan. Please read the full content of his email in your Gmail account.

Life & Change - Embrace the Journey

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Staff Meeting Tomorrow 10:00 am

Monday, April 13th Virtual Staff Meeting - 10:00 am

  • Teachers and counselors should plan on attending. Any support staff is welcome and encouraged to join.
  • This link should get you there - Join Hangouts Meet

    meet.google.com/pcv-kpjg-pfw


To submit questions for our virtual staff meeting tomorrow, please use the link below.

April 13th Staff Meeting: Virtual Learning Questions

JUST FOR FUN

Funny Video - Little Ballerina Had To Fart!

Budgets

BUDGETS


2020-2021

  • “Start-up” purchases - those purchases needed to start the next school year.

  • The budget opens April 10th and closes at midnight on April 19th.

  • Plan on having the same budget amount as last year. Once the budget is finalized Kurt will send a snapshot to each member of the department.

Shoutouts and Celebrations

Thank you for your outstanding effort, kindness, excellence, and selflessness.

Emily Wech - Thanks so much for organizing all the boys' work for everyone!!

Kurt Soderberg - Got students some much-needed supplies so I didn't have to come in, Thank you!

Courtney Hawkins - Creating the virtual cookbook and encouraging staff to create a video with their family! What a fun and engaging idea for everyone!

Pat Basche - Provided the Paras information to join a fantastic online opportunity to learn how to further Support Students in a Virtual World.

Administrative Team - All of the above and beyond that is being done to keep our school programs alive! We are thankful for what you are doing!

Will Kramer - Staying engaged in teaching. Could you imagine what your student teaching would be like if you were in his shoes?

Dani Wollberg - Thanks for helping out as soon as I texted you throughout this week!

Ari Wirebaugh - Thanks for being there for me this week.

Adam Sheldon - Thank you for checking in with me to have some normalcy during this time!

Emily Timmers - Helping me access the skills of a couple of my students on our day off!

Gretchen Rozeboom, Courtney Hawkins and Hali Tasler - For attending my virtual IEP meetings

All those that submitted information for student IEP's and IEP meetings - Thank you!

Sandy Weitgenant and Jeanette Turbeville - Helping to check in with students as well as taking time to help students with their coursework

Kamen Flanders - For being my sounding board, letting me vent and giving me a different perspective on things.

Carolyn Lent - Her work with getting students caught up from 1st semester! It's exhausting and you're a saint!

Makayla Jahns - Spent the day on Friday answering my questions! Thank you for being so kind and helpful!

Vicki Dresang-Talapa - The Easter Bunny dropped off some supplies to keep me safe during these crazy times. Thank you so much, Vicki!! You’re the best!!!

Duane Jourdeans and Jason Koele - Thanks for putting the student video together!!

PLC Groups & Jason Koele - Thank you for having meaningful PLC meetings. Checking in weekly is a great blessing during this time.

Jason Koele - He will be working with his replacement to make sure we don't miss a beat. That is a high level of character in action.

Carolyn Lent - There are a lot of people involved in organizing, preparing, and delivering food. Carolyn is one of the key people that make thaTHANK YOU!!!

The food service staff - We all owe you a debt of gratitude for your dedication to the wellness of all. Selfless love.t happen.

Dan Ruud - For supporting staff and students with excellent guidance on "how to" and "what to" use to support learning, organization, and collaboration.

Chad Konsela & Dan Ruud - For your great leadership.

Travis Madigan - His excellent work to organize the awarding of scholarships.

Take time to enjoy the boring stuff.

PERMANENT LINKS

STAFF DRESS UP DAYS

Thanks, Dani for creating the doc.

PLANNING for an ABSENCE?

Please refer to these guidelines prior to your absence. p.s. we'll miss you!

PBIS INCENTIVES

Check out the PBIS Incentives. You will be asked to cover this information with your HR students.

2019 Q12 Results

Here is the presentation of our Q12 results. In the coming weeks, we will be meeting in small groups to look for the root causes.