Mid-Del Elementary News

September 26 to September 30

Love Them & Grow Them Everyday

My Goals for 2016-2017

  • Brag on what we are proud of.
  • Be deliberate about being with our students.
  • Think through a Building and Student lens when making decisions.
  • We are professionals. Dress for Success...
  • We have to be visible and engaging.
  • Stay positive... Our UP side is huge!

WAVE Training

In anticipation of the various October 1st reporting coming soon, we will be having our WAVE training on Tuesday, September 27th from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. in room 212 at the administration building. Please make sure at least one representative from your site attends the training as important information about upcoming reports will be shared. Let me know if you have any questions at all…thank you!

Carrie Newnam

This Week Reminders

September 26th Site PD Day send me your Agenda
September 27 Debate Coaches Meeting 4:15PM SC Media Center

September 30th Principal's PGP Due to Me

College App Week. Mid-Del’s College App Week is October 3 – 7, 2016.
Your Counselors have resources for this from Meagan.

Reminder: A copy of ALL SUSPENSIONS WILL NEED TO BE SENT TO OUR OFFICE 9 (S. Toombs). This can be through school mail or through e-mail.

The definition of NFAY for the 16-17 school year has not changed from last year. The 20th day of instruction according to Mid-Del’s calendar was Friday, September 16th. This means that every student that is enrolled after September 16th. will be designated as NFAY and will not count towards our accountability for this year. Keep a record of students that should have a status of NFAY. Remember that the state tracks and marks these students for us. You will need your record to compare to their data in order to ensure that all NFAY students are removed from your accountability. Call Sean if you have any questions.

PGP Due to Me By Sept. 30

Red Skelton's Pledge of Allegiance

If We Know Our Why - The What We Do is How We Realize The Why - Purpose

A Final Word on the Power of Positive Instructional Leadership

Nothing in the principal's role is more important for ensuring successful student learning than effective instructional leadership. School principals who focus on a vision for their schools nurture the leadership capabilities of their teachers. Additionally, if their schools are moving in the right direction, they model effective leading and learning. Combining these efforts with using data appropriately, as well as monitoring what takes place at the classroom level, will increase the likelihood that schools will achieve their goals for student learning.