Hamady Happenings

Teachers Learning Together

#1 Professional Development - September 12, 2014

Friday afternoon consisted of teachers sharing ideas and strategies to enrich student learning . Ms. Richards set the stage for an upcoming year of strategies for success! Teachers revisited the learning strategies used in different classrooms and across the curriculum from art to math. Excellent work, teachers!

The Collaborative Observation Process

Click on the link above and check out the video, "The Collaborative Observation Process." I will begin walkthrough observations this week. These walkthroughs will be brief, ranging from 5-10 minutes. Send me an email if you want feedback on a specific topic. Remember, this is a collaborative effort, so feel free to share your thoughts and ideas as we learn together.
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Congratulate a Player! Hamady 42 - Genesee 6

The Flint Hamady football team, defeated host Genesee 42-6 in football Friday action, thanks in large part to a 22-point third quarter.

Amarr Blake paced Hamady's offense with 215 yards and two touchdowns on 14 of 20 passing, while Simeon Kemp made five receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown. Tim Moore led Hamady with 73 yards on five carries, while Jawan Griffif added a 25-yard touchdown run.

"I thought that last week was a real learning tool for our kids," Hamady coach Gary Lee said. "We came in not ready to perform last week, and on Friday, we played hard for a full four quarters our kids made sure it didn't happen again.

"Our offense was clicking, but I also thought it was our best defensive game so far this season. We were consistent in applying pressure -- in particular with our defensive end Turque Seahorn and outide linebackers Jerry Nard and Kyrie Watson -- and we were aggressive in turning up the heat."

Hamady (3-0) will host Mayville on Sept. 19.

"We've had a chance to see Mayville on tape, and we know that they have tough kids that play hard and grind it out," Lee said. "They don't give you a choice -- they come right at you and make you play -- and we're looking forward to playing a good, physical football game next week."