The Weekly Hoot

April 11-17, 2016

Greetings All -

Happy Friday! I know everyone is ready to go out and enjoy doing something fun this weekend! I plan on going to the Bluebonnet Festival in Chappell Hill tomorrow with some friends. Nothing like looking at bluebonnets and spending money!

Below is the link to the technology survey. Last one!! Yay!!! I really appreciate your efforts in getting these completed. I will be turning this survey off on Tuesday afternoon so that I can have results from all of the surveys printed and ready to be used as data for our Campus SBDM meeting on Wednesday afternoon.

We are beginning what I think is the busiest "season" of the year...the "end of school" season. I appreciate the level of engagement that I see during walkthroughs. I know, at times, it would be easier to give busy work to your students and get some of the endless things we ask you to get done completed, but it is nice and reassuring to know that you all are professionals and are not doing that. I know that I thank you, but I promise your students thank you also.

I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!

Love to all,


Owl Wings This Week Go To...

Lisa Lara for being differentiating so much in her classroom with technology. On a walkthrough this week, while some students were doing an adaptations matching activity, others were making Kahoots, and still others were doing research. Great job of differentiating as well as integrating technology and incorporating 21st century skills Lisa!

Also, as I went in to get my lunch this week, I noticed all of the cafeteria ladies were smiling and laughing. It is great to see people being in good moods and spreading joy with a smile. Thank you for that Melissa Ojeda, Jannel Patton, and Lola Bowles. It was much needed on that day, and is always appreciated. :)

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Birthdays this Week...

April 12 - Nancy Buckley and Raquel Thomas

April 16 - Brenda McDonald

Your Week at a Glance...

Monday, April 11

Book Fair begins!!

School Board Meeting - 6:30 PM

Tuesday, April 12

No CLC today since K-2 teachers will be in Irving at the conference

We will run the day like a M-W-F, but there will be no intervention

Family Night at Book Fair

Technology Survey will be turned off at 4:00 PM

Wednesday, April 13

Campus Site-Based Meeting @ 3:30 in PL Center

Thursday, April 14

CLC - see Connie's agenda

Sarah Lee's Baby Shower @ 3:30 PM

Friday, April 15

1st grade Field Trip to Franklin Safari

Lesson plans completed by Sunday night, April 17 @ 11:59 PM.