Seahawks Newsletter

May 9 - 13, 2016

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Dates to Remember

May 9 Mystery Reader

May 9 Transition Meetings for Students with IEP (Special Ed. Team)

May 9 Staff Meeting at 3:00 PM, Library

May 10 PLC

May 10 Board Meeting at 6:30 PM

May 11 Wear Your Team Gear

May 11 Meet with Rotary at 1:45 PM

May 11 GLPP Monthly Meeting at 2:00 PM (1st - 3rd Grade)

May 12 Elementary Principal Meeting, All Day (Jacqui)

May 13 4th Grade Robot Making Workshop

May 13 Kite Day 11:15 AM

Upcoming Dates

May 16 Reclassification Ceremony at 8:30 AM, MPR

May 16 OPT Meeting at 5:00 PM

May 16 ELAC Meeting at 6:00 PM

May 17 School Site Council Meeting at 2:45 PM, Conference Room

May 18 Disco Day

May 18 Band Performance at 5:15 PM

May 18 Open House at 5:30 PM

May 19 Seahawks Assembly at 1:45 PM, MPR

May 19 Curriculum Advisory Council Meeting at 4:00 PM (Ronette)

Thank You

Ms. Monterosso thank you for coordinating the SBA testing. It was a success!


Ms. Mary-George thanks for pursuing a partnership with our local library. We have received many new books.


Danielle and team, thanks for being great ROCK STARS! Your program is amazing.


Lida, Delia, Ceci and Karen you are amazing!



Announcements

With great sadness I need to inform you that Katie Welch our Boys and Girls Club's Director will not be returning next school year. She has been offered the opportunity to work from home, and have the evening time with her son. I am personally going to miss her professionalism, dedication, and most importantly the love she has for our students. Best of LUCK!

PLC

We will not be meeting this week. Please submit a copy of your data.

A Message from Ms. Dagner, Intervention Teacher

The last day of intervention will be on May 20th. Kindergarten will continue to receive services through the last week in May.

A Message from Curriculum and Instruction Department

Summer CCSS PD Opportunity June 6-7, 2016


Objective: To provide SVUSD educators collaboration time to focus on Assessment and Performance Tasks (PT)

Who: SVUSD Educators

What: Summer 2 Day Voluntary Professional Development (12 hours paid hourly at the certificated hourly rate)

  • Secondary Mathematics Focus - Assessment focus where teachers would work on Performance Tasks, incorporating literacy strategies, balancing chapter/unit tests with understandings, knowledge and skills, shared assessments by grade level, on-going formative assessments used in classrooms

  • Elementary Mathematics Focus - Identifying Performance Tasks for the 2016-17 school year and planning for classroom use of them

  • Secondary Literacy Focus - Aligning existing PT’s or writing new PT’s to include the SBA Performance Tasks demands and ELD standards.Using hyper-doc to integrate PT’s online for students.

    • Elementary Literacy Focus - Identifying and Creating Performance Tasks in Science and Social Studies for the 2016-17 school year for use in your classroom. In addition, Google, hyper doc and online support for PT’s.

    When: June 6-7, 2016 - 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM - Lunch on your own. (If teachers have a conflict with June 6th and 7th, alternative days can be worked. The goal is that teachers are choosing and/or developing Performance Tasks or CC Units with grade-alike or content-alike colleagues)

Student Council

May 11th Favorite Sports Team Wear your team gear

May 18th Disco Day


Please encourage your students to participate.


Thanks, Ms. Heffernan for organizing!

Talent Show

Final Talent Show tryout will take place on Wednesday, May 11th, during lunch. Thanks Lauren and Elizabeth for coordinating.

Friendly Reminders

As we begin to approach the end of the school year, please remember the following:



  • Complete cums (Please do not remove from the main office)
  • Complete blue and pink cards
  • Textbooks should go back to the bookroom if you are not going to be utilizing upcoming school year (Please check-in with Laura before dropping off any books)
  • Store and remove any personal belongings before summer school begins