CSE STAFF UPDATE 1.5.18
Making a Difference Today for a Better Tomorrow
Week Of January 5, 2018
One Word for 2018
Welcome to 2018! We had the pleasure of spending another year together at CSE and I look forward to what 2018 brings.
My word for 2018 is TRUST. This is a big, not unique word, but I believe it best fits my 2018. Why?
1. I trust that the events of 2017, although hard, were part of the plan.
2. I trust that the events of 2018, are part of the plan.
3. I trust first with generous assumptions the people in my life.
4. I trust that we all have our students and colleagues in our best interest.
5. and... I trust the Vikings will not let me down.. again.
What's your ONE Word for 2018? Post it in the office with your provided post it note!
Best of luck on your 2018 RPS!
Have a great week and 2018!
#Keep Your Day and stay #CSESTRONG
Title Schedule Update
We are quickly coming into the next round of FAST assessments/title qualifications and services. Here is an updated timeline for you to follow:
Dec. 22nd: Last day of Title Services for Round 1
Jan. 3rd: Title 6 week check/Title data analysis of Round One
Week of Jan. 22nd: Resume Title services
A reminder that the testing window will open as soon as we return from break. During this time, Title staff will assist with testing.
Class of the Week!
This week we relaunched the CSE Class of the week with some new twists! Have a class that you have observed meeting and exceeding our Spartan Pledge? You can nominate them here! https://rocori.wufoo.com/forms/csestrong-class-of-the-week-nomination-form/
CSE RPS 2018
4th Annual CSE RPS 2018 http://challonge.com/CSERPS2018
CSE Student Wellness Results
Pillars of Literacy
CSE Vision 2017
Loraine Ashfeld - Jan. 2
Aaron Schneider - Jan. 13
Kaylin Diaz - Jan. 14
Irene Klein - Jan. 19
Sharon Posch - Jan. 22
Joyce Baumann - Jan. 23
Nancy Schroeder - Jan. 24
Tom Petroski - Jan. 28
Kim Tadych - Jan. 31
1/2 - Michelle Neu - July 2
1/2 - Cherie Eickhoff - July 10
1/2 - Leslie Buttweiler - July 10
1/2 - Jason Teig - July 11
1/2 - Arin Spindler - July 14
1/2 - Keisha Kramm - July 15
1/2 - Belinda Walsh - July 21
Monday - Jan. 8
- DAY 2
- 7:30 - SAT
- NO Faith Formation - Grades 1/2 (classes resume Jan. 22)
Tuesday - Jan. 9
- DAY 3
- 7:30 - Staffing Day
- NO Faith Formation - Grades 3/4/5 (classes resume Jan. 23)
Wednesday - Jan. 10
- DAY 4
- 7:30 - Bldg. RtI
Thursday - Jan. 11
- DAY 1
- 7:30 - BLT Workday - Conference Room
- 3:00 - Fun Committee
Friday - Jan. 12
- DAY 2
- 7:00 - Dist. RtI
January 1/2 - NO SCHOOL
January 3 - Classes resume!
January 15 - No Students - District Academy Day
January 26 - 3 Hr. Early Dismissal
Social Media @ ROCORI
1. Fill out the short survey from this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L2HB359
2. Send 1-4 pictures of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org
2017-2018 WBWF Goals
The percentage of all students in grades 3-5 at CSE enrolled by October 1st who score at or above grade level targets as measured by the READING will increase from 54.6% in 2017 to 65% in 2018.
The percentage of all students in grades 3-5 at CSE enrolled by October 1st who score at or above grade level targets as measured by the MATH MCA will increase from 60.4% in 2017 to 68% in 2018.
What are potential FOCUS areas of Improvements for SLG/PGP?
Time on Text
Oral Vocabulary Usage/Development
Standard Alignment and Deconstruction
School News/ Annoucements
- Lunch count and attendance should be done by 9:00 a.m.
- Complete your Collaboration Notes on OneNoteClass for Review by Dec 4th
- If you have any items for the January calendar please get them to Loraine!
- Need CPI Refresher and Training DATES? Click HERE
- Do not prop doors open! This is both a fire hazard and a critter hazard!
If you are ON CYCLE... you can schedule your PRE/ Observation/ and Post with Loraine
Click HERE to access the CSE committee memberships
Why do we have Committee Structure at CSE?
1. To improve decision making process/feedback between staff/administration
2. To Empower Staff to See the Problem/Own the Problem #TOP20
3. Amplify All Voices at CSE
4. Assist in the overall communication and governance at CSE
RtI (Response to Intervention)
Click HERE to access the District RtI Notes
Committee Chair: Jim Meyer
Find and Utilize a variety of DATA sources to assess the degree of success in offering a blabnced elementary program including intellectual, social and emotional.
CI (Curriculum and Instruction)
Click HERE to access the District CI Notes
Committee Chair: Joyce Baumann BaumannJ@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3145
Implement strategies to promote oral language development through multiple disciplines.
Lots of support available for new math curriculum. Check the on-line resources. Links were emailed out. A building focus is math talk. If you need help in getting math talk going in your room, contact your grade level math rep or Mike and Mary.
SD (Staff Development)
Click HERE to access the District SD Notes
Chair: Leslie Buttweiler
Provide opportunities for CSE staff to learn, grow and connect to meet building goals
Contributed to Academy Day planning. Many great options! Make sure you register, sessions are filling up already.
Chair- Sharon Posch- email@example.com -Ext 3142
Why: To create a culture of literacy with students, staff, and families
Increase awareness and usage of authentic literature that supports cultural competency and character education goals.
Book posters are being made to hang around the building to build excitement about books. Also working on a conferring practice profile as part of our Literacy Staff Engagement!
Chair- Rachel McDougall Ext 3129
Provide opportunities for staff to foster human connections; promote positive interactions and a welcoming daily climate.
Health, Safety, Building Improvement
Chair- Tom Petroski PetroskiT@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3116
Create and maintain a physical plant feeling that is safe, warm and inviting for staff, students and parents.
We have completed the forms we created that will enable staff to electronically submit requests for building improvements and safety concerns. Eric will be including them in his Staff Updates. Feel free to look them over and offer suggestions for improvement or to make a formal request. We'd like to get as much staff input as possible in order to reach our goal of, "Creating and maintaining a physical plant feeling that is safe, warm, and inviting for staff, students, and parents."
Chair- Brian Kothrade KothradeB@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3111
Connect students in meaningful ways to foster cultural responsiveness and high character interactions.
New Family Groups format is allowing for more scheduling flexibility with teachers while still focusing on the core value of building community across grade levels. Patience is key as these family groups will remain the same over the course of the next couple years, and this is where the strength in relationships will be developed.
Chair- Dustin Kramer KramerD@rocori.k12.mn.us Ext 3136
Create Student Voice and Presence in Promoting Good Behavior in the developmental role of S/E learning.
Get your student name to Kramer for Balloon Stomping. Keep passing out badges!
Chair Greg Spanier SpanierG@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3119
Use digital leadership opportunities to tell a positive story about CSE, Foster Choice in Individual PLN and add student voice through technology
Daily 5 Tip of the Week.. from the DAILY CAFE
Searching for a Community of Learners
By Gail Boushey
January 5, 2018
If you could change one thing in education, what would it be? Less emphasis on high-stakes testing? Smaller class sizes? Skills for all students to be able to discuss and disagree respectfully?
Lucy Calkins recently answered that question by saying, “I would create more time for teachers to study together, to be in a community of learning, reading, writing, and talking. We can no longer be a lone teacher who teaches in isolation. We need each other as we are making enormous differences for students.”*
Sound, research-based beliefs and the confidence to put them into practice have always been important to me. Throughout my career, I’ve sometimes felt like a “lone teacher” and other times found someone right down the hall to have collegial conversations with. Defining my beliefs, bouncing them off others, and hearing their thoughts pushes my thinking deeper and helps me shift my practice for the better. I wonder if this is what Lucy was talking about. We need to take our ideas and listen, discuss, share, invite, question, and refine our thinking and practice with each other for the betterment of our students.
It is easier now than it has ever been before. With social media, online courses, Google Hangouts, discussion boards, and websites, we have the ability to interact with someone near or far away immediately.
My most profound learnings have come from discourse with others. So, let’s do it. Let’s be in community together. We are starting a weekly Twitter chat and we hope you’ll join us as we deepen our thinking and refine our practice together. The first one will be January 10, 5:30 PST. Follow and participate with #DailyCAFE.
Let’s make Lucy’s dream a reality.
How Many Years have you worked at CSE?
What I love most about my job at CSE
What I love most about CSE is the caring and supportive environment provided for/by students, teachers, and parents. Whether it is academic or social in nature, the CSE community works hard to create success for all.
Favorite Children's Book.. and Why!
"Where the Red Fern Grows" This book was one of the first novels I ever read. I really enjoyed getting to know the characters in much greater depth than I had with previous books I had read.
Some of my hobbies include fishing, golfing, boating, and landscaping.
Interesting FACTS about ME
I completed my student teaching in the country of Luxembourg which is in Europe. My 6th grade class of 23 students had 9 different nationalities represented. During my time there, I also visited a total of 8 other countries.
All Standards HOME link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/
Reading Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/read/
Science Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/sci/
Social Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/soc/
World Languages Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/world/