Bulldog Bulletin

"We are data informed but vision driven!" 1/29/2018

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This is our second week of drop everything and write! Please remember that for 15 minutes during breakfast ALL students in ALL contents should be writing. We are providing you with prompts, but you are free to use your own. The purpose is to get students comfortable getting their ideas on paper and in a routine of sharing their written work. Please make time for some share-outs!

We would love feedback on how this is going and how we can make it better!

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  1. Make eye contact when someone is speaking.

  2. Respect other students’ comments, opinions and ideas.

  3. Keep yourself and the bathrooms clean and germ-free.

  4. Learn from your mistakes and move on.

  5. Always say thank you when given something.

  6. No matter the circumstances, always be honest.

  7. Be the best person you can be.

  8. Follow the specific classroom protocols.

  9. If you win, do not brag; if you lose, do not show anger.

  10. Greet visitors and make them feel welcome.


All students without exception or excuse, will be proficient or advanced in Reading, Writing, Math and Character!


After High School, Comes College!

Brighter Bites

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There are two pages at the bottom. There is one for the covered and uncovered classroom.

Master Calendar- What is happening this week?


Tuesday- GC

Wednesday- PLCS

Thursday- PLCS

Friday- Brighter Bites, Super Bowl Pot Luck

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Shout out to Ms. House for her amazing work with our students.

Shout out to admin for feeding us on parent-teacher night.


My shout outs for the week are:

  • Shout out to Gloria for sharing her PB&J when I forgot my lunch.
  • Shout out to Mr. G for once again helping me out with technology.
  • Shout out to Ms. House for helping me find writing mentor texts with figurative language

- Ruth

Thank you to Ms. Del Rio for all of her help with our field trip to the Perot! Second grade appreciates you so much!!

Thank you to Ms. Torres for helping out with small groups and DRA while Mr. Martinez is away! You are a treasure!

-Dee Ann Rath

Shout out to Becky Rejon for building relationships with the 5th graders!

- Natalie Cruz

-Shout out to Donna Hackney and Kelsey Ledee for taking out DI team to competition this weekend!

- Shout out to Natalie Cruz for attending district PD and getting valuable resources!

-Shout out to Lindsey Deleon and Alfonso Manzanera for leading the team building at the Huddle!

- Shout out to David Bottema, Natalie Cruz, Lindsey Deleon, Jessica Garcia, Kori Holt and Ruth Ortiz for opening up their classrooms for observations!

- Shout out to everyone for a full implementation of Drop Everything and Write! We were so impressed with the student work.

-Shout out to Dana Struggs for constantly pushing her ELLs with their English!

-Shout out to Mr. Moore for the level of art that is coming from students!

-Shout out to Lindsey Deleon for allowing us to sit in her circle this week!

-Shout out to Ms. Rangel and Ms. Castro for representing us at the 2-way dual language training.

-Shout out to Sonia Perez for her home visits and work with students with poor attendance.


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David Bottema 13-Feb

Maya Hawkins 17-Feb

Rosalind Ash 21-Feb

Gerardo Fuentes 24-Feb

Bryan Gelbke 5-Mar

Melody Johnson 9-Mar

Laureano Martinez 13-Mar

Susan Quevedo 17-Mar

Charlie Jonson 29-Mar

Columbus Willis 5-Apr

Julisa Martinez 15-Apr

Kedrion Bailey 23-Apr

Action Plan

Goal 1: All team members will contribute to a safe and secure campus climate that celebrates and involves all Stakeholders.

On the climate survey, “I am satisfied with the recognition I receive for doing a good job,” will increase from 68% to 75% .

On the climate survey, “Morale has improved at my school this year,” will increase from 70% to75%.

Stevens Park will retain 75% of new hires

Goal 2: Dynamic Instructional Leadership & Student Achievement

1. Reading Scores will Increase (this will be cohort data; Spanish/ English)

a. 3rd Grade- 70/60

b. 4th Grade- 70/60

c. 5th Grade- 60/65

2. Math Scores will Increase (this will be cohort data)

a. 3rd Grade- 65

b.4th Grade- 65.7/70

c. 5th Grade- 40/60

4. 5th Grade Science- 60/60

5. 75% of students will meet their MOY and EOY DRA goals

Dallas ISD Goals

Dallas ISD Goals

☐ Goal 1: All students will exhibit Satisfactory or above on performance on State assessments. Students below Satisfactory performance will demonstrate more than one year of academic growth.

☐ Goal 2: Dallas ISD schools will be the primary choice for families in the district.

☐ Goal 3: The achievement gap by race, ethnicity, and social economic status will be no greater than 10% on all academic measures.

☐ Goal 4: 95% of students will graduate. Of the graduates, 90% have the qualifying scores for community college, college, military, or industry certification.

☐ Goal 5: 95% of entering kindergarten students are school-ready on a multidimensional assessment.

☐ Goal 6: All students will participate in at least one extracurricular or co-curricular activity each year.

Professional Development Request Form

Do you know your team? Are the students able to call people by name?

This is the link to the staff pictures for this year. Please help your students learn to call all staff by their name. Thank you!


Seen around Stevens Park!

Teachers caught doing AMAZING things!
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