Winfield Primary Flash

Together we grow. Forever we learn.

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John Quincy Adams

If your actions inspire other to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.

Building Celebrations


2. Fire Safety Week

3. Parent / Teacher Conferences

4. Collaboration

5. Building Upon Goals

6. Reflection

Celebrate: Warrior Way Ticket Totals

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This Week: 995

All Year Total: 7,278

Attendance Building Goal

  • Attendance: Average daily attendance will be maintained at 95%. 90% of students will be at school 90% of the time.

    • Strategy 1: Track daily, monthly and year attendance

    • Strategy 2: Set school and/or class SMART Goals.

    • Strategy 3: Communicate Goals and Progress

    • Strategy 4: Provide incentives

    • Strategy 5: Respond to every absence.

    • Strategy 6: Attendance letters, contracts, individual and/or parent goal setting and meetings

    • Strategy 7: Re-teach attendance policy and Importance.

    • Strategy 8: Home Visit

Winfield Primary Attendance Totals for October 5th-October 9th

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Attendance Totals: Building Attendance

Pre-K: 92.74%

Kindergarten: 93.67%

1st Grade: 95.25%

2nd Grade: 94.72%

Total Building: 94.51%

Attendance Totals for 90/90 Attendance

Pre-K: 80%

Kindergarten: 84%

1st Grade: 91%

2nd Grade: 92%

Total Building: 88%

Discipline Building Goal

Building Goal #1 Discipline: Less than 10% of students will have one or more referral during the 2015-2016 school year.

o Strategy 1: School-Wide behavior expectations in all setting s are identified with input, communicated to staff and taught to students. Provide celebrations when goals are met.

o Strategy 2: Students can identify expectations when asked.

o Strategy 3: Track daily, monthly, yearly discipline.

o Strategy 4: Identify data triggers for all tiered interventions.

o Strategy 5: Refer and collaborate with outside agencies and special education.

o Strategy 6: Develop and Informal functional assessment.

o Strategy 7: Develop individual plan based on data.

o Strategy 8: Develop small group interventions based on data.

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Big Five Data Broken Down

Total Building: We had a total of 13 Referrals this week. We had 11 major referrals and 2 minor referrals. These referrals occurred primarily on the bus and in the classroom. The heaviest day of the week for referrals was Monday. We handed out 12 referrals to male students and 1 referral to female students. The highest grade level with referrals was 1st Grade. The overall highest problem behavior was physical aggression with the motivation to obtain peer attention. The heaviest times of the day for these referrals were 2:30 and 3:15 p.m.

Kindergarten Break Down

Kindergarten Students had 4 referrals this week. 3 referrals were major with 1 referral as a minor referral. The heaviest times of the day were 8:30 and 2:30 on Monday. The major problem behavior was physical aggression in the classroom and on the playground. These occurred with 3 male students and 1 female student. The motivation was to obtain peer attention.

1st Grade Break Down

1st Grade Students had 8 referrals this week. 7 referrals were major with 1 referral as a minor referral. The heaviest times of the day were 7:15 and 3:15 on Monday and Wednesday. The major problem behaviors were physical aggression and disruption in the classroom and on the bus. These occurred with all male students. The motivation was to obtain peer attention.

2nd Grade Break Down

2nd Grade Students had 1 referral this week. 1 referral was a major. The heaviest time of the day as 3:00 p.m. on Monday. The major problem behavior was physical aggression on the bus. This occurred with 1 male student on the bus. The motivation was to avoid adult attention.

Upcoming Events of the Week

Monday, October 12th:

Parent / Teacher Conferences with Walking Taco Dinner @ 3:00-7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, October 13th:

PBIS Tier I Meeting @ 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, October 14th:

Parent/ Teacher Conferences with Dinner from Stefanina's @ 3:00-7:00 p.m.

Thursday, October 15th:

Tier I Refresher Course in Columbia, MO

Friday, October 16th: No School Fall Break

Monday, October 19th: No School Fall Break

Tuesday, October 20th: Professional Development Day for Teachers 8:00-3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, October 21st: School Resumes for Students

An Effective Parent / Teacher Conference

This a great example of a standards based report card parent teacher conference. This video does a phenomenal job breaking up the key components of a parent teacher conference. This teacher also had limited time to host the parent conference and did her conference under ten minutes.

Here are a few things that you will see in this video that I feel are effective components to reaching your goal for conferences and the parent's goal:

1. Share the goals (all areas) that you have for the child and the goals that the child has for themselves.

2. Explain the rubrics and the activities that you used or will use to reach these goals.

3. Share examples of student work and go over the child's strengths.

4. Give time for the parent to discuss their child's strengths and goals.

5. Discuss where their child is in book choice: explain level, types of books they love, types of books they will be reading, etc.

6. Let the parent express their wants and needs for their child.

7. End with a very positive outlook for their child and what needs to be done by all to reach all goals.

An Example of a Parent Teacher Conference