Week of February 19
NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19
THE BIG 4: Targets for 2017-2018
- Instructional Technology
- Personalized Learning
- Progress Monitoring
- Making Connections
ACT Letters through 4th Period- Pre-coding Continues
1. Letter goes out on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20- They are white and in your boxes. They only go to ACT students and are labeled with names
2. Letter goes out on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23- They will be colored and in your boxes on Thursday afternoon. They will also go to ACT students in your 4th period and will be labeled.
Students will continue to code this week. They received letters but you will need to remind them. Please reference the list daily. Thank you.
Important Dates This Week:
PD in PJs until the 28th in the CATapult Classroom- 2 possible points if you do both - 3 additional if you implement Plickers
2/19- NO SCHOOL
2/20- Coding continues- Send the students (listed on the bytes at 9:00 and 1:00)
2/20- Progress Reports
2/20- Fostering Resiliency PD 4:00
2/21- 7:45 and 4:00 ACT Training for TAs
2/21- Depth of Knowledge PD- C109 2nd-7th Period
2/22- Depth of Knowledge 7:45 C109
2/22- 4:00 ACT Training for TAs
2/23- Blood Drive
Important Dates Next Week:
2/27- Full Lockdown 6th
2/27- Special Education Teachers- Mandatory Training 4-6 (Register on the portal)
2/27- Vision Meeting Optional but strongly encouraged :)
2/28- Connections Schedule
3/1- Mandatory PD during planning- Instructional Protocol TBA
NO CONNECTIONS THIS WEEK
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