JROB DUGOUT NEWS - 10/29-11/2


“Does the world we’ve built in the classrooms today, reflect the world we want to live in tomorrow?” - Kristine Mraz

Classrooms are more than spaces where children learn to read, write, and solve math problems. They are communities where kids learn to become engaged and thoughtful citizens who think critically about the world around them.

It is our responsibility to create classrooms where students can learn skills beyond the rote, that extend to their very ways of interacting with, and perhaps changing, the world. The beliefs that inform your teaching make all the difference.

Food for thought - Reflect on your classroom every day.....

Classrooms are microcosms of the world, so ask each day: “Is this classroom a world I would want to live?”

Where are we #JROBNATION?

Academic Data: Math Unit 1(District Scale):

K - 78%(p/p), 1st -66% (p/p)

2nd- 88%, 3rd - 43%, 4th - 50%, 5th - 87%, 6ACC - 63%, 7 - 30%, 7ACC - 96%, 8th - 65% & Alg - 88%

Culture and Climate Data:

SUSPENSIONS, Month 2 - 2 suspensions, Month 3 - 5 suspensions (current month)

ATTENDANCE- Month 2 - 96.9%, Month 3 96.3%(current month)

Schoolwide Noticings: Hummm... Daily Learning Intentions???

This is not for me to see as I walk in and out of classroom.....this practice is for STUDENT SUCCESS.

We say we want student's to be able to TRANSFER and UNDERSTAND DEEPLY..........

Then we have to be purposeful and intention in HOW we bring their learning to them in a PURPOSEFUL, INTENTIONAL AND SYSTEMATIC WAY. They have to be engaged in knowing the WHAT, WHY and HOW...at the beginning, middle and end. Also, it is equally as important for the teacher to be mindful of knowing if students actually got it.

Alignment of Cognitive Demands with Learning Intentions/Task

Designing learning intention that build and develop students ability with DOK Levels in input (learning thinking and processing and output (proving behavior):


CIV - Walkthrough Schedule 10/15:


Parent Teacher Conferences....Establishing the Partnership to SUCCESS

Tips for Successful Conferences:


Watch this video from Teacher's Channel as a reminder to successful ways of communicating effectively:


Academic Student Profile/LROIX for parent conferences

Click the embedded link to follow the "easy" steps to access the profile from LROIX

Supporting "ALL" Dolphins to SUCCESS Corner

STOIC: Consistency of Practices = SYSTEMENESS

Incident Referral FAQs:

  • Where can I find referrals? The referral forms are located in the empty mail slots in the mailbox area. Please keep stock in your classrooms.

  • Do I have to witness an incident to write a referral? No. If a student reports an incident and your investigation deems it credible, please write a referral.

  • Who calls the parent? If an incident occurs within the classroom, the classroom teacher should make contact with the parent before leaving for the day. If the incident involves a victim that goes to the nurse, the nurse will make contact with the parent and administration will follow up. Administration will make contact with parents that involve suspensions, and incidents that take place outside of the classroom. When in doubt, it's always best to call the parent.
  • Do I have to send a referral, even if I call? Yes, administration works as a team in addressing behavior concerns. A written referral is official documentation. Adding a time or the period would be even better!


Staff and Students dress in SPIRITED "HAWAII" themed attire

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Ps..It's also Dr. Hosn's Birthday!

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UNITEd as "ONE" against BULLYING - 10/24

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