Oh The Places You'll Go
What's Happening This Week:
Tuesday: Dr. Sladek @ ZE. C Day. PLC's in the Lighthouse Lounge!
Wednesday: Dr. Sladek @ CE. D Day. Staff Baby Shower 7:30AM. Early Dismissals @ 1:10PM -building PD Day.
Thursday: Dr. Sladek @ ZE. A Day. Admin. Council @ 9:15AM. KDG Screening Day #2 12:30-7:30. ZE Talent Show Auditions 4:00PM
Friday: Dr. Sladek @ ZE. B Day.
PLC Lighthouse Lounge:
- ELA Data Team-
We will look at your the interventions in place and the progress monitoring tool to see and discuss progress in reference to ELA.
- 18-19 Class List-
We would also like to start the grade level discussion for data binders next year. We will talk about the 'mandatory' tabs and start brainstorming examples/ideas of what would go behind each - this discussion will carry over into next weeks PLC.
March Madness Championship Week:
Winner will get basketball/gym time with Dr. Sladek playing games and enjoy a treat!
Mrs. Grodie vs. Ms. Mueller
Zitzman's agenda for building PD day on Wednesday's early release.
Project Based Learning Idea:
This week's exercise is inspired by April Fools Day (so, I guess it goes without saying that it should be done at your own discretion :) Your students must plan an April Fools Day prank, and need to consider the details to make sure it goes over well. Of course they must choose a great prank, but they need to also be aware of the “etiquette” of April Fools Day. This means that the prank must be safe and playful (not cruel or embarrassing), that it doesn't cause too much distraction, and that they know their audience. And, obviously, any pranks at school or directed at the teacher are not a good idea!
I hope you have fun with this, and here's the link: http://www.pblproject.com/page.aspx? pageid=PBL-ww-April-Fool
WHEN YOU’RE BURNED OUT ON SETTING GOALS
As we make and keep commitments, even small commitments, we begin to establish an inner integrity that gives us the awareness of self-control and the courage and strength to accept more of the responsibility for our own lives. The power to make and keep commitments to ourselves is the essence of developing the basic habits of effectiveness.
If these goals are the extension of a mission statement based on correct principles, they will be vitally different from the goals people normally set. They will be in harmony with correct principles, with natural laws, which gives you greater power to achieve them. They are not someone else’s goals you have absorbed. They are your goals. They reflect your deepest values, your unique talent, your sense of mission. And they grow out of your chosen roles in life. An effective goal focuses primarily on results rather than activity. It identifies where you want to be, and, in the process, helps you determine where you are. It gives you the important information on how to get there, and it tells you when you have arrived. It unifies your efforts and energy. It gives meaning and purpose to all you do. And it can finally translate itself into daily activities so that you are proactive, you are in charge of your life, you are making happen each day the things that will enable you to fulfill your personal mission Roles and goals give structure and organized direction to your personal mission. If you don’t yet have a personal mission statement, it’s a good place to begin. Just identifying the various areas of your life and the two or three important results you feel you should accomplish in each area to move ahead gives you an overall perspective of your life and sense of direction.
"You are influenced by your genes, by your upbringing, and by your environment, but you are not determined by them"
Field Day Student Voice
Or is a Google Slides link:
Record what the majority of your students vote and turn in to Mrs. Haberkorn.
*There is an attachment below to help record your answers or just write it on a paper and turn it in.