Standard Weekly

Week #22 Jan. 29-Feb. 2, 2018

What's Happening Week #22

Student Store Promo Video (Student Council) *please show to your students

*Reminder please keep Visitor Parking open*

Monday 29

  • PC CAASPP Webinar
  • PBIS - ADMIN 1:00

Tuesday 30

  • Fire Marshall Visit after 8:30am-TBA (evacuation plans posted)

Wednesday 31

  • KCSOS Student Funds Accounting Workshop (Susan, Shelley, Kelli, Kimberley)

Thursday 1

  • ELPAC testing for ELL students begins
  • PBIS District Leadership meeting, ESC 8:00-3:00
  • PTA Executive Board Meeting 3pm
  • Ed tech 2:30pm

Friday 2 - GroundHog Day! Sports Jersey Dress-Up Day!

(Team Patriot or Team Eagles??)

  • Heather Robbins at SES
  • Share what fun activities you have planned for the day!
  • Superbowl voting *Students will predict the winner of the Superbowl! (Copy link and have students vote online)
  • Classified LCAP Input, FLB 8:30-4pm

Students Vote for Superbowl Winners!!

Spaghetti Feed March 10th

Mark Your Calendars!

  • 2/5 AT 1:00
  • 2/6-2/8 Teacher Conversation Meetings (roving sub)
  • 2/7 Winter Olympic Games (PBIS) 10 tickets
  • 2/8 Caaspp pre-test PC meeting 8-1pm
  • 2/9 Delac Meeting 12:30 ESC
  • 2/10 BSO Concert & Petroleum Club Dinner SES (grades 4-5)
  • 2/12 HOLIDAY
  • 2/13 Leadership Meeting 2:30 Susan's office
  • 2/13-2/15 Nutrition Audit
  • 2/14 Valentine's Day Parties- please send list of parent volunteers to office
  • 2/19 HOLIDAY
  • 2/20 Staff Meeting 2:45 Library, Committee Reports
  • 2/22 SARB #3, ESC
  • 2/22-23 Big Smiles at SES
  • 2/23 SES Bike & Pedestrian Safety Lessons (grades 3-5)
  • 2/24Saturday, Special Board Workshop (LCAP)
  • 2/27 Lifetouch Spring Pictures
  • 2/28 UDL Sanger Visitation
  • 3/1 February SOM Awards, Library
  • 3/2 Dr. Seuss & Community Reader Day
  • 3/3 County History Day Competition

Differentiating Instruction by Richard Villa

"When teachers differentiate, they help dispel harmful myths; and by using differentiated instruction, they can more quickly assess the impact of the lessons they are teaching. the immediate feedback shows teachers which students need extra help, which ones need more challenging assignments, and those who can move on to the next level of difficulty." pg 8, Chapter 1 Why Differentiation of Instruction Now?

P.O.P. Power of Positive

  • Congratulations to Michelle McNamara's class for earning their 5th BINGO! Great job!
  • Thank you to Kalyn Davis for taking our students to the District Science Fair! Four of our students are moving on to the Kern County Competition!
  • Our PTA is doing a fantastic job planning and organizing activities for the families of SES! We appreciate our staff members serving on the board!
  • Thank you to Alicia Miyake and the All-Star crew for organizing a fun All-Star "Wednesday"! The weather was lovely and the students did not want it to end!
  • We had a great day with Dr. Nancy Akhavan learning to improve our small group reading instruction. Thank you to everyone for your input and feedback. We look forward to seeing small group reading successes!


Yard Duty Schedule 2017-18

Revised Schedule begins 9/11/2017


This week's focus is: Personal Space (Respect of Others)

*If you did not pick up the new classroom PBIS posters, they are in Michael's Office.

Respect towards others-an ongoing issue.

Keep your hands to yourself-(recommended for Primary)

Respect & Sharing with others-(great discussion starter)

Happy Birthday this week!

Jeff Davis, February 1st

Sara Kreiser, February 2nd
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