Remember the process is that all devices are returned to the Learning Commons when students exit. Do not keep them in your classrooms. This allows us to inventory them and get them ready for any new students we receive throughout the school year.
Fall Book Fair October 18-21
End of First Quarter/NO students
Professional Learning/Work Day
9:00-10:00 Professional Learning
(the rest of the day is Professional Work)
Grades DUE in eSchool by the end of the day
Registration Deadline for November 8th SPS NOW
2nd quarter begins
NO staff meeting
Evangel Students to Tour Sherwood AM
ELL Tutoring after school
Bridal Shower Ashlee Johns 4:00 p.m.
(Learning Lab Upstairs)
Holt out ALL Day
Fall Festival (list of teacher volunteers for the event here)
- Red Ribbon Week October 24-28
- Parent Teacher Conference Week(s) October 24-November 7
- Sherwood Late Night Thursday, October 27 until 7:30 p.m.
- Blended Learning Meetings Thursday, October 27th
- Don't Meth with Us Presentation (5th grade)
Thursday, October 27th at 1:30 p.m.
Don't forget to tell parents about this contest!
Registration for the November SPS Now Session is open. In order to successfully plan for the event, the Curriculum office will need your registration no later than October 17th. Educators not registered by the deadline will need to pick up session tickets on the morning of the event, prior to 8:00 am. Please select the appropriate registration link below.
For a list of session descriptions and other general info, please click here.
Teachers of gifted students, early childhood, counselors, and SPED teachers do not need to register. If you are one of the 75 people attending MO STAR Summit, you do not need to register.
· November 8, 2016
· 8:00 - 11:00 am
· K-5 classroom teachers, Title I, ELL, and Librarians: Kickapoo High School
· 6-12 teachers except Fine Arts and PE teachers: Parkview High School
· K-12 Fine Arts and PE teachers: Central High School
November Election Updates
As the November election approaches, please remember these important points:
- District employees should not advocate for or against a candidate during times when they should be performing district duties (in class with students or at a school event).
- District resources cannot be used to advocate for or against a candidate. Examples include, but are not limited to, use of district phones, copiers, district email, school mailboxes, etc. If someone receives a campaign message on their district email, no violation has occurred as this cannot be prevented. Those addresses are created to allow the public to communicate with district officials. However, employees cannot use district-provided email, internet or computer resources to forward these messages to other persons.
- Staff members should not send home information about candidates with students.
- Staff members should not wear buttons, stickers or clothing containing information about candidates.