Friday Focus

Weekly Newsletter for Spring Hill Intermediate Employees

May 1, 2015

Great News: Monthly Nominations are in...

  • Teacher of the Month: Neely Bartell: It is obvious that Mrs. Bartell loves her students and her job. If there is a student that is struggling she will go the extra mile to help them understand whatever it is that is being taught. She is always looking for ways to bring creativity and practicality to her lessons. She is humble and kind. Her smile makes her students feel loved and safe. She encourages not only her students but her fellow co-workers. Her faith inspires her to inspire others to feel like a winner even on those hard days. She is doing an exceptional job as a 3rd grade teacher. We are blessed to have her on our campus.
  • Support Person of the Month: Grace Mason: She works hard to keep our educational spaces clean for our students. I believe that our campus is always well presented to the community because of the amazing ladies that take care of all of us at the intermediate. The PTA also took time to send me an email detailing how sweet she is to them when they come to do our appreciation luncheon. Grace is extremely considerate and always polite. She is an exemplar model of Spring Hill pride, dedication and service.
  • Student of the Month: Shilyn Solis - Homeroom teacher - J. Cobb - MTA/dyslexia teacher - K. White. Shilyn should be recognized for her hard work, willingness to always try, giving her best effort and doing what is asked of her. She arrives to class with a smile on her face and is eager to learn. Shilyn is a joy to have in class!

Remember: 5th Grade Awards and Internet Safety Friday at 9:45am in Auditorium!

Great Article to help build Responsibility Among our Students...

Week at a Glance May 4-8

Monday, May 4:
  • 10:30 Prince/Terry ARD
  • 12:00 Johns ARD
  • Carter Blood Drive 2:00-6:00 pm
  • HS Students will be allowed to walk Intermediate students to Volleyball Camp after school. STUDENTS MUST show teachers a note to let them attend. Students that don't have a note need to call in the MORNING!

Tuesday, May 5:

  • 2:00 Edney/Cobb/Vivion ARD
  • 3:25 Faculty Meeting in Library (Paraprofessionals come for first 30 Min.)
  • 6:00pm Talent Show for parents
  • HS Students will be allowed to walk Intermediate students to Volleyball Camp after school. STUDENTS MUST show teachers a note to let them attend.

Wednesday, May 6:
  • Talent Show in Auditorium 8:30-10:30 and 1:00-3:00
  • Wacky Wednesday Schedule (Teachers will leave students with assigned subs...please sit grades together in the back of the auditorium)
  • 4th Grade RTI All Day (Sub will cover classes...see schedule below)
  • Progress Reports Go Home

Thursday, April 30:
  • ETCADA (Last meeting for Thursday classes)
  • LPAC Meetings (See Sherrill if you are not sure about your time)
  • 1:00 Hopkins/Gibbons/Douglas Speech ARD

Friday, May 1:

  • Regular Schedule
  • Fire Drill Postponed to a later date!
  • RTI for 5th grade 1:00-3:00
  • Band rehearsals in the auditorium today through May 15th
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Looking Ahead:

  • May 11th & 12th Stafford Fitness Party for 4th Grade
  • May 12th STAAR Retakes for 5th grade...QUIET in CM hall and front of 5th Grade Bldg.
  • May 13th, 20th, and 21st- 4th grade Safety City
  • May 14th Edney/Cobb/Vivion ARD at 2:00
  • GRADES DUE May 15th
  • LAST DAY for AR is MAY 15th!
  • May 18th and 19th Stafford Fitness Party for 5th
  • May 18th Kathy Fad Training at SHHS
  • AR Ice Cream Reward May 22
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4th and 5th RTI Plan for Next Week:

What to Bring: Info about possible retention candidates and documentation, bring names of students that need to start in intervention for next school year!

Wednesday, May 6th- 4th Grade RTI

  • 9:00 Lattier (Sub Needed 9:00-9:30)
  • 9:30-10:30 Spurrier & Darby
  • 10:30-11:30 Prince & Terry (Subs needed 11:00-11:30)
  • 12:30-1:30 Collier & Pope (Subs Needed 12:30-1:30)

Friday, May 8th- 5th Grade RTI (No Subs Needed)

  • 1:00-2:00 Hopkins, Douglas, Gibbons
  • 2:00-3:00 Edney, Cobb, Vivion

Insight on Inclusion:

In case it's been a while, take a minute to remind students about the strategies you discuss in your anti-bullying class meetings. Use this great 5 minute video to show your students and remind out kiddos how to treat each other respectfully! After all, inclusion does mean including everyone!
Ways to Stop Bullying

Spring Hill Intermediate School

Amy Doron, Principal

Campus Mission Statement:
Spring Hill Intermediate strives to provide a place for learning where all students can succeed with the assistance of skilled staff that inspires confidence, respect, and direction within each student.

Campus Vision Statement:
To create a safe environment in which all staff collaborate to insure an active, engaging and challenging system of education for the improvement of all students.