JROB Dugout News 3/18 - 3/22/2019

#thisiswhywedothis...#180daysofwhy......#studentsareourwhy

In Celebration of Womans History Month.... #WomanPower

It's Women's History Month 2019:

The theme for 2019 is “Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence.” Examine the changing cultural perceptions of women in society and honor their contributions in the following lessons and activities (biographies, articles, movements, and videos. The embedded link has resources from NEA to use with your class in support of Women's History Month: http://www.nea.org/tools/lessons/womens-history-month.html


As the Allstate commercial says, you are in good hands ..... I know that We/Robinson are in good Hands for the Future as our young leaders test their power and readiness to challenge and change the world (Go Gett'em GIRLS!!!!).


Women Engineers in the making.....MESA DAY Preliminary RESULTS - March 3rd/CSULB

Young Ladies - Loida Rivera, Mariah Layosa - 1st Place - Bridge Strength

Young Ladies - Brianna Rivas, Valeria Carillo - 3rd Place - Bridge Strength

Young Ladies - Loida Rivera, Mariah Layosa - 3rd Place - Bridge Creativity


If you see these young ladies in the hallway give'em a fist pump and say #GIRLPOWER!!

#JROBNation let's not lose sight of Daily Learning Intentions with a splash of FUN!

Notes from Damita:

Don't lose sight...Daily Learning Intentions are not an option unless you want an optional transfer. Don't mean to sound "curt" but if we don't know where we are going each day, why we are going there, how we are going to get there and lastly how do we know they learned it; then we are spinning our wheels.

Working on the work collectively (U5):

Last week, I gave some focused and intentional suggestions for grade level collaboration and planning opportunities. In a review of the minutes, I noticed a lot of "well I am doing this in my classroom, and I am doing this in my room". I really want us to design and implement collectively on grade level content standards. We must have conversations that start with data, focus needs and instruction, alignment, and consistency by grade and departments. This week, I urge you to use your time to plan with the end in mind that leads to collective efficacy ensuring equity and access for all.


Staff Collaboration - 3/20 - Grade Level Collaboration - Plan, Plan, and Plan

Staff Collaboration - 3/27 - HLT Data Analysis (Writing in the content areas)


Notes from Paula:

Collaboration=SUCCESS: We really have enjoyed seeing levels come together to establish common expectations. In the past two weeks, middle school teachers have come up with a solution to decrease student use of the hallway before and after school, and during lunch and the 4th grade team has come together with Rec staff to establish lining up procedures. We can do amazing things when we work as a team!

Carnival: We are just one month away from our spring carnival. Please be sure to collaborate with your grade levels this week on your game booth and add it to the game booth doc. We need to give our colleagues plenty of time to begin planning for set up. Don’t forget to get your classroom families involved!

Let's Revisit the DOK Flow Chart.....

Click the embedded link to "Level Up" the Daily Task in each content area

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SBAC Schedule & Testing Information

Last day to give any IABS...April 18


Testing/Ethics Meeting - May 1 (3rd - 8th Grade teachers) w/ Dr. Hosn

SBAC ELA: May 6 -10

SBAC MATH: May 13 -17

SBAC SCIENCE: May 20 - 24

SBAC MAKEUPS: 5/13, 5/20-24

SBAC countdown: "PROFICIENCY" is our only GOAL!!

CAASP Resources: Click the Embedded Link

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Building Relationships with "ALL" of our Dolphins!!!

Click the embedded link to review an article on strategies for our most challenging Dolphins who need us to build that RELATIONSHIP the most.

March madness Phone Call Home Challenge....

PHONE CALLS HOME CHALLENGE

Part I - Any students from your class

https://docs.google.com/document/d/14iZR_RMxs-H3VJep3-roufWADtVSNp1eDJbCa_3x6m4/edit#

Part II - Case Study Students

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tHFbYA1B7wLvgwnuZ0w2Uz2bYn5YvRveqb5U4BcfHmE/edit


Submit your Phone challenge card(s) by 3/29 and enter into a raffle to win a Sub Release Day for your own planning time!!

Enhancing our Use of Google Classroom and Useful Apps via Tech Tuesday - 3/19

3/19 Google Classroom Plus Part II - OCIPD TECH Team presenters Ms. Gay & Mr. Boscocho,


Time: 2:30 - 3:30 Where: JROB Library

-Voluntary buttttttt ohhhhhhh soooooo worth your time!!!

-For every session you attend, you will be entered into a raffle for a "free/sub release" workday, where a sub will take your class and you can do planning/grading!!


*Next Sessions 3/26, 4/2 & 4/9 - App Smashing Fun!!**

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OMGGGGG...Technology Resources from CUE Conference

Click the embedded link to view the resources. Each slide has embedded resources and information on the app and how it is used in classrooms/content areas. Come to Tech Tuesday: 3/26, 4/2 & 4/9 to learn more of implementation possibilities.

March Madness Attendance Challenge is on...Ready to Win? Week #2 - 3/11 - 3/15

****During the month STUCO and Dr. Miller challenge alllllll JROB Dolphins to be in school every day to enhance/support SUCCESS**

Kinder - 91.3 vs. 90.42%....Increase

1st - 94.80 vs 94.22%....Increase

2nd - 95.69 vs 96.06%....Decrease

3rd - 96.37 vs. 96.37%...Stable

4th - 96.14 vs. 95.32%...Increase

5th - 95.06 vs. 94.75%...Increase

6th - 96 vs. 100%...Decrease

7th - 95.82 vs. 99.37%...Decrease

8th - 97.52 vs. 97.89%...Decrease

Prize/reward to:

*1 grade level with highest attendance percentages for a month

*1 grade level with highest increased percentage from previous month

- Afternoon at the JROB Movie IMAX Movie Theater:

Fresh Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Lounge Chairs, Video Games, Dance Off, Photos

42 Day...is coming celebration is Friday, April 12th

As part of our school's 42 Day Celebration we will recognize JROB Dolphins who exhibit all of Jackie Robinson's 9 Character Values: Commitment, Determination, Persistence, Integrity, Courage, Teamwork, Excellence, Citizenship, and Justice with the Jackie's 9 AWARD. This award will be presented at the 42 Day ceremony. This award will replace the Student of the Month recognition for March and April 2019. Our last Student of the Month ceremony will resume in May 2019.

Day's agenda-

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tBgqYALEbVG7wUzArQvq2reVlaqESGuRO2DQGtayqhI/edit


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St. Patricks' Day Dance...Elementary Fun!

Dramatic Results: Week 6- Learning from LBUSD/GATE graduates and now ARCHITECTS....creating a neighborhood Community Cener

Social Committee Presents.......Spread the Staff "Shamrock Lucky Shout Outs"

Let's give a shout out to our colleagues, acknowledging their work for our school and students SUCCESS!!!

These are just a few of the dozens of "lucky shout outs"

Dr. Klopfer--Thanked Sophia for her help with the class and for working well with other teachers. She thanked other teachers for working with Sophia.

Ms. Bahr -Thanks to all for helping her with computer problems, etc. Still some problems with talky students.

Ms. Holt thanked Dr. Klopfer for meeting with her and going over the needs of the students who will be working with her.

Ms. Henry to Mr. Durham you are doing a great job because your students are coming to math tutoring much more prepared.

Mr. Durham to Ms. Henry I don’t know how you do it all but it seems amazing, the Black History Program, Saturday School and after-school tutoring.

Ms. Henry to Mr. Durham you are doing a great job because your students are coming to math tutoring much more prepared.

Mr. Durham to Ms. Giron great job on getting 4 students passed the middle of 6th-grade reading benchmark.


"Lucky Shout Out" slips are in the workroom don't forget our classified & rec. teams too!

LUCKY Leprechauns says #JROBNATION is #1

JROB BALLPARK "Parent" NEWS

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