Week of June 1, 2015
This is it. There are only six days left of the 2014-2015 school year! I just want to take this opportunity to tell you how very proud I am of the work you all have accomplished this year. No, it hasn't been easy. But teaching and shaping our future never is. There is no other profession that I know that has the ability to have a fresh new start each school year. Take time this summer to reflect on everything that worked well with your students and everything that you want to improve on. No, I am not saying you should spend your entire summer working and planning for next year. I am saying however, that it is important to take some time to make explicit plans that will help you become an even better educator. Take a class that you or your students may benefit from. Read a professional book. Watch a webinar. Follow a teacher website on Facebook. What ever you decide to do, do it so that next year you can begin stronger than ever! Oh, and definitely take time to relax, recharge and rejuvenate! Enjoy your well deserved time off!
Student Information Sheet
End of Year Checkout List
End of Year Awards
It is that time of the year when we celebrate our students' success.
June 2nd has been designated for grade level specific awards. This is an opportunity for all students to be recognized in front of their parents and their peers. This is also the time to award the citizenship award. If you haven't already started working on this please do so as soon as possible. You can request specific certificates for each student from Ms. Diaz. 3rd-5th grade teachers this is also the time that you can recognized all of your STAAR advanced level performers. Ms. Vazquez emailed everyone the scheduled times.
June 3rd however has been set aside for our school wide awards. This is the day that perfect attendance for the entire year is given, the principal's award and the most improved award is recognized. Only the parents of students receiving one of these three awards are invited due to space limitations. Teachers please give Ms. Diaz the name of your most improved student and be prepared to say something during the school wide awards about why this student deserves this award. Ms. Diaz also needs the name of your principal's award recipient. This is a very prestigious award that should be given to a student that demonstrates great attendance, great citizenship and is hardworking; a well rounded student in other words.
Real School Garden Training
Quote of the Week:
Grade Level Awards check email for times
End of Year PLC @ 3:15(date change)
School Wide Awards@ 1:00
Last Day of School for Students
Last Day for Staff!
Real School Garden Training.
SSI summer school
First Day Back for all staff!
First Day Back for all Students