Panther News

March 25 - March 29, 2019

"Transforming Learners Into Leaders; Can You See the Leader In Me?"

2018-2019 Goals


  1. Improve the quality of instruction through content specific professional development, feedback, support and collaboration.
  2. Create and sustain a positive school climate that embraces the school mission, and vision by ensuring a safe & secure environment focused on positive culture for Social-Emotional Learning (SEL).
  3. Increase the level of rigor and cognitive engagement across all content areas using best instructional practices and models.

It Is Truly "GAME TIME!!"

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Morning Duty This Week... Ms. Finley, Ms. Ross, Mr. Young, Ms. Jordan, Mr. DeLeon, Ms. Sultana (Please Be On Time 7:45 a.m.)

ARE YOU SHOWING UP IN YOUR ASSIGNED PLC CLASSROOM? EVERYDAY? ON TIME?

Kudos

Thank you to the following teachers for working on Friday as hard as you do on Monday!! There are NO play days during STAAR season!! They also press hard for bell to bell instruction!! Excellence is WHO WE ARE!!


  • Ms. White
  • Ms. Walker
  • Ms. Rather
  • Ms. Sultana
  • Ms. Jordan
  • Ms. J. Williams


Kudos to Ms. Renfro, Ms. Ross, Ms. Thomas and Ms. Hayes for writing math curriculum for DallasISD.

Staff may wear jeans Monday through Friday this week!

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Aggressive Monitoring

All teachers should be using the aggressive monitoring strategy to provide immediate feedback as well use immediate data for instructional next steps.

This Week at Hulcy STEAM...

Monday, March 25, 2019 (Transfer Period Remains Open)

  • Small Groups begin Reading/Math (last 45-minutes of every class)
  • Update grades in Unified Classroom by 9:00 a.m.
  • Community Circles: Being Considerate: When two people want to play with the same thing, there are three easy ways to play fairly. 1. You can share the toy and play with it together. 2. You can take turns playing with the toy by yourselves. 3. Or you can trade one toy for another toy. Think about a time today when you can share, take turns, or help someone? Being Considerate What does being considerate mean to you? Think about a time today when you can share, take turns, or help someone. (See attached Community Meetings calendar)
  • Staff meeting 4:15 p.m. Library

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

  • Dr. Munro visits Hulcy STEAM
  • Small Groups Reading/Math (last 45-minutes of every class)
  • Advisory period (EOD 6th and 8th grades)
  • After-school tutoring 4:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
  • Small Groups Reading/Math (last 45-minutes of every class)
  • Advisory period (EOD 6th and 8th grades)
  • After-school tutoring 4:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m.


Thursday, March 28, 2019

  • Small Groups Reading/Math (last 45-minutes of every class)
  • Advisory period (EOD 6th and 8th grades)
  • DallasISD's Internal Job Fair Wilmer Hutchins High School 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
  • Lesson Plans due by 5:00 p.m.

Friday, March 29, 2019 (Final Day to Transfer)

  • Community Circles: Being Considerate: When two people want to play with the same thing, there are three easy ways to play fairly. 1. You can share the toy and play with it together. 2. You can take turns playing with the toy by yourselves. 3. Or you can trade one toy for another toy. Think about a time today when you can share, take turns, or help someone? Being Considerate What does being considerate mean to you? Think about a time today when you can share, take turns, or help someone. (See attached Community Meetings calendar)
  • MindBuilders