Eagle News

January 11-15

Weekly Schedule

Monday, 1/4

Tuesday, 1/5

Becky & Jane @ T-TESS Training

3:15-4:00 Staff Meeting (Ashley and Elizabeth Presenting)

Wednesday, 1/6

Becky & Jane @ T-TESS Training

Campus Spelling Bee

Thursday, 1/7

Becky & Jane @ T-TESS Training

Author Visit

Think College Thursday

Friday, 1/8

NOTE: If you do not have access to the Hartman Master Calendar on Outlook, please let me know. The calendar provides current, detailed information about what's happening at Hartman.

Team of the Week - Technology

Our technology "team" works hard to make sure our students and staff have what is needed to imbed technology into lessons and also make our jobs easier. They are both split between two schools, but are always willing to support our campus/teachers even if that means they have to get creative to make it happen!

Fun Facts:

Shelly Baldwin is a first year Instructional Technology Specialist. She is passionate about helping our school become a 21st century campus in the area of technology! Shelly serves Hartman and Rochell.

Christy Spain worked as a campus technologist in Garland ISD for several years before coming to Rockwall. She is a proud mother and grandmother! Christy travels between Reinhardt and Hartman.

21 Day Challenge

Coach T. will be sharing plans with you on Tuesday about how we will encourage our parents to enroll their students in the 21 Day Challenge. We are open to ideas for campus incentives on how to encourage participation, which includes:

1. Parents signing up their students for the challenge.

2. Students incorporating a healthy snack into their diets for 21 days.

3. Parents completing an "exit survey" following the 21 Day Challenge.

We need your help to be sure Hartman has a high level of participation! THANK YOU!

HaPpY BiRtHdAy!!

Celebrating birthdays this week:

No birthdays this week

Additions or corrections? Please let Becky know!

Thought for the Week

As we start the new year, think about how to take a chance personally and/or professionally by incorporating something new into lessons and/or life!

"Ships are safe in the harbor, but that's not what ships of meant for." ~John Shedd