Ervin Express Week of 4/27/15
The Last 6-Weeks of the Year!
Start strong, stay strong, and finish strong by always remembering why you're doing it in the first place. ~Ralph Marston
Do you remember the reasons why you wanted to teach? Do you remember why you chose to work in a school or why you chose the field of education? For the next 6-weeks, reflect and recall those reasons......they will help you make it through!
You are a masterpiece! You are fully loaded and totally equipped for the race that's designed for you! Stay focused, stay strong, and let's finish this year strong!
Always J. N. Ervin Proud....Excellence Unleashed!
T. P. Barnett
WHAT IS THE KEY TO INCREASING YOUR STUDENTS SCORES ON I-STATION?
- Start Time for Teachers: 7:45AM
- Start Time for Support Staff: 7:15AM
- Students should be inside classrooms at 7:55AM
- Instruction begins at 8:10AM
- Lesson Plans are due on Fridays for Review
- All-in-Learning Data is NOT required this 6-weeks, but encouraged
- We are adhering to the morning and afternoon duty schedule and posts
- Students should have something to read or review in the hallways while waiting in line to use the restroom
Week of April 27th-May1st
Monday, April 27:
- Report Cards Distributed
Tuesday, April 28:
- Group Pictures (Students Wear Uniforms)
- PLCs - Planning
Wednesday, April 29:
- No Worksheets Wednesday!
Thursday, April 30:
- PD: ITBS Testing Meeting
- Submit 6-Weeks Project for Review
Friday, May 1:
- Change Bulletin Boards
- ISIP EOY Begins
ISIP END OF YEAR READING INVENTORY WINDOW OPENS
TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK
May 4th - 8th
ITBS TESTING WINDOW
May 4th - 15th
CLIMATE SURVEY (Dallas ISD Climate Survey in Subject Line)
May 7th @ 5:00PM
READING STAAR RETEST (5th Grade)
SLOs: Deadline to submit Students Goal Accomplishments in SchoolNet
A staff work day has to be added due to June 5th being a teacher work day. Please cast your vote for our campus staff work day.
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