August 4th Edition
Happy First Month of School
Support Services in the Classroom
Imagine Learning and Arrival Times
Students entering the building at 7:40 each day. Teacher arrival time is 7:30. Please be ready to receive student at 7:40 each day. Those who have duty please be at your duty station by 7:40.
Mustang Staff Member of the Week
Dates to Remember
- Emergency Substitute plans due
- King of Pops treat on bus ramp at dismissal
- Labor Day
- Mighty Minds
- Faculty Meeting and Teacher of the Year Celebration - 3:15-4:30
- All services to students begin ( EL, EIP, Coaching, and Gifted)
- Literacy NIT during planning
- Math NIT during planning
- Grades due for progress reports
- Progress Reports go home
- School wide data due (profile sheets) - an e-mail will be forthcoming
Watch Out for the Bear
Watch Out for the Bear by Jacki Sellmansberger
Literally, I mean! If you pass me in the hall and I happen to have my phone in my hand, ask to see a picture of the BEAR that came to live in my son, Bo’s, backyard two weeks ago. Of course many of you know he lives in Jackson Hole, WY. I have been praying every day for their safety! Can you imagine having to take bear spray and a gun as you load your baby in the car each day? Quite different from my early morning walk to the car!
But here’s my thought today…each of us has those “unexpected bears” show up in our lives! All of us have at Nesbit this week, in a way. So what do we do? As my son did, we take the necessary steps to deal with the reality of our situation. Saying it ain’t so, won’t make it go away! And tomorrow, we will be okay!
Tuesday there will be Panera’s bagels for several teams who got their Sunshine dues paid by Friday! YUM! A note of joy and a bit of sadness this week…We rejoice with Staci Herring (2nd) on the arrival of her son, Paxton, 7lbs. 8 oz. And we offer our prayers to Anna Reeps (SpEd) in the loss of her grandfather. Also, remember Kim Pozarelli (SpEd) as she recuperates from a broken leg.