San Miguel Bulletin

January 18th-22nd

Instructional Focus-Academic Discourse ELL Students

Routines Continued Week 2....

1. Call on students using random opportunities, ensuring that the students are held accountable by listening.

2. Limit hand raising- this is predictable and more than often, an ineffective way to illicit information or check for understanding.

3. Students must respond in complete sentences at all times. Providing sentence frames visually or verbally will ensure that students have the structures in place to meet your expectations.

4. When speaking in class, encourage your academic discourse by using sentence frames as referred to in previous bulletins. Keeps posters up for reference if needed. Students engaging in conversations need the sentence frames for reference, respectfully agreeing, disagreeing and citing evidence from text. You have been given the resources, please put them to use.

Academic Discourse/Conversations ELLs-Session 1 of 3

Weekly Schedule

1/18/16 Monday MLK Day- No School


1/19 Tuesday-

7:35 PAC

7:30 CV Meeting

CoTA Meeting with Teachers Day

8:00-10:00 SST 1/2 Day

8:30 SST EM

9:00 SST AL

9:30 SST HH

10:00 SST FR

12:55 Observation

Ballet (8:30-10:30) Cafeteria

3:30 Curriculum Meeting


1/20 Wednesday-

Collaboration- Rotation A

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mENqnoyOU3o4mGFfkPLAnOExN_3I_EfoYfymyo045io/edit?usp=sharing


Rotation A

8:00:00- 9:15 2nd

9:20- 10:35 3rd

11:00-12:15 6th

12:15-12:50 PM

12:50-2:05 SPED


Collaboration Agenda


Report Cards

1. What will we report on Report Cards as a grade level team?

What data will distinguish between an AC, LP, SP, M for each standard?

Bring with you...

Writing Samples and Rubric


2. 2nd Grade will debrief the LC Visit as well

3. Next Reading Assignment will be given Wednesday.


Study Sync Training- 6th Grade Teachers- 2 subs needed (Sally has reserved them)


2:30-3:45 Staff Meeting

Grade Level Planning in ILT Members' Classroom

Pink Inspect Preparation

-Print Pink Inspect -Teacher's Edition

-Review Inspect Test Questions

-Common Student Response Errors Preplanning

-Plan for Free Response Preparations ofStudents


1/21 Thursday -

Library Closed

8:00 Observation

10:00 IEP

10:14 Observation

11:30 Observation

12:40 Observation

2:20 Afterschool Intervention

2:30 Fast Forward Phone Conference

3:30 Management Team Meeting

5:30 SES Tutoring Contract signing Night for Parents


1/22 Friday

CLC Day wit hDr. Burke

8:45 Lesson Observation

2:20 504 Meeting

Behavior Focus

Behavior Expectations:

Arrival and Departure


2015-2016 Complete Calendar:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13b4zwnGnE5-eQL10vxAL3g1C3_XY5zIvorxj7b10v8s/edit#gid=0

Restorative Topics- Classroom Discussion -Compliments Restorative Practices

Upcoming January Dates


25th Monday

8:30 ELAC

Afterschool Intervention

3:00 Calendar Committee Meeting

Emily Wiggin's Birthday

26th -Tuesday

Ballet-2nd Graders

Teacher Effectiveness- LGSD

Board Meeting

27th -Wednesday

Collaboration Day -PLC Rotation B

28th- Thursday

Intervention Afterschool

3:30 LCAP Meeting at DO

Don Porcella 4:00-6:00, The Parsonage Museum

29th- Friday

ACE Assembly

TOSA Art Meeting

Assessments and Pacing Guide

Pink Inspect- February 8th-12th

Data Due in Computer Tuesday, 16th 4:00 pm (15th is a Holiday)

Hard Copy of Data due to Heidi 4:00 pm in Mailbox

Data Collection and Analysis -Staff Meeting February 17th 2:30-4:00 pm

Weekly Music


Music Selections available on the V drive under 1 San Miguel Music Listening

Music Listening Year Two, Week 17


Edvard Greig-Norwegian Composer

See Two Links

"March of the Dwarfs" from Lyric Suite, Opus 54


Daily Music Listening should be listed clearly in your weekly lesson plans, which should be out and readily accessible for viewing at any time.

2nd Step

1 Second Step lesson should be taught weekly.


If you have any questions or needs, or request a sample lesson models, please email Edna.


2nd Step should be listed clearly in your weekly lesson plans, which should be out and readily accessible for viewing at any time.

Appropriate Dress

Please pay close attention to your professional dress at all times.

We are professionals and need to come to work each day, dressed like professionals.

Please refrain from wearing workout clothes to work, unless it is a specific occasion, perhaps Field Day. If in question about your dress, please see me.


Other items to consider:

Shoes

Length of skirt, long shorts or dress

Ensuring mid-drift is covered even when raising arms or dancing


Thank you for your consideration.