Riverside Review

February 8 - February 12, 2016

WELCOME TO NORTH RIVERSIDE, JENNY!

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K-6 ROCK Student Training

Please follow the link below to access the second installment of the K-6 anti-bullying training. This training should be shared with students during the month of February.

https://youtu.be/LX-IKFA7T3A

Complete an activity after the video:

K-2

· Ask: What do you do if someone is being mean to you?

o Discuss: Tell them to stop, stay away, tell a teacher

· Ask: What if your teacher isn’t there? Who can you tell?

o Discuss: Any staff member (brainstorm a list)

· Ask: What do you do if someone is being mean to someone else?

o Discuss: Tell a teacher/get help, tell that person to stop (how to stand up for the other student)

· Optional: create posters in groups about ROCK and standing-up for others

3-6

· Ask: What do you do if someone is being mean to you?

o Discuss: Tell them to stop, stay away, tell a teacher

· Ask: What if your teacher isn’t there? Who can you tell?

o Discuss: Any staff member (brainstorm a list)

· Show the Bystander picture splash (below) and put students in groups

o Have each group brainstorm 4-5 things they could do/say to help the person being bullied

· Optional:

o create posters in groups about ROCK and standing-up for others

o write a story about a time you were a bystander and what you did or could have done to help the other person

THINK THROUGH MATH IS BACK!

Think Through Math combines live teacher support, unique student motivation, and engaging adaptive instruction in a web-based learning system that is proven to help students learn—and love—math!

The state has agreed to fund TTM.

Math teachers of grades 3-8 and Algebra 1 teachers now have access to TTM. Student accounts have been created and technology is creating a tile on KCloud for both teachers and students. 3rd, 5th, 6th and 8th grade math teachers have been or will be trained during Data Talks. Teachers can also attend training at The Education Center in The Lone Star Room from 4:30-6:00 on March 2nd. Teachers can register for this session at the following link http://www.schoolobjects.com/wshop/default.aspx?cid=25097.

The student login is:

User: Id#

Password: keller

Reminders!

  • Planning in grade-level room this week.
  • February 23: Barbara will be providing PD during the PLC meeting . The topic will be related to recognizing and identifying dyslexia in elementary students.
  • If you are interested in tutoring, please ask Julie for a contract and sign-in sheet.

Dates to Remember:

Feb 1 - Feb. 16: Big Kahana Fundraiser Kick-Off

Feb. 3: Kelly Leach on Campus

Feb. 5: 100th Day of School

Feb. 8: Dinosaur Rock Texas Title 1 Night

Feb. 9: KISD Biometric Screening (10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)

Feb. 9: 3rd Day Program (Cafe @ 6:30 p.m.)

Feb. 10: Special Education Spirit Night @ Chicken Express on Beach St. (4 p.m. - 7 p.m.)

Feb. 11: The Golden Rule Movie (Guidance Counseling)

Feb. 15: Professional Development Day and Instructional Planning

Feb. 16: 4th Grade Math Benchmark

Feb. 17: 4th Grade Reading Benchmark

Feb. 18: Staff Meeting

Feb. 19: Kelly Leach on Campus

Feb. 23: Individual/Class Pictures

Feb. 24: Bilingual Teachers Meeting

Feb. 25: Leadership Meeting

Feb. 26: Rocket Rally and Spirit Shop

Jan. 24 - Feb. 14: Telpas Online Training Course Window

What are the Campus Expectations!

Incorporate campus expectations into your weekly planning, instruction and activities:

  • Utilize resources
  • Actively engage students
  • Inform parents
  • Monitor student progress

NRES MEETING CALENDAR

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Faculty and Staff Shout-Outs!

COMMENT: Kuddos to Kristina for organizing our plan for the 100th day of school!!! I know the kiddos are excited, so am I!


COMMENT: Shout Out to Coach Hernandez and the other Morning welcome crew! Always happy and smiling! Coach Hernandez takes the time to learn the names of every student! Great Teacher!!!

Guidance Service

Guidance Services are available for any student throughout the year. Please use the link below to complete the form. Services may include:



  • General Social Skills
  • Learning Issues Impacted by Non-Related School Factors
  • Classroom Academic Concerns leading to Misbehavior
  • Emotional Issues
  • Behavior RTI Process
  • Students who have difficulty "fitting" in.
  • Homeless students

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1OEiVvln-30D8U9MIrVsJ5G6M9KT2dTRKTs6PEQkhWJQ/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link

NRES WEEKLY ATTENDANCE GRAPHS!

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Where is Everyone This Week?

Monday - EVERYONE ON CAMPUS!

Tuesday -ICLE Training (Jackie @ PVES)

Wednesday - EVERYONE ON CAMPUS!

Thursday - Instructional Rounds (Jackie @ TCHS)

Friday - TITLE MEETING ( Jackie @ WES)

Answer the Question, Please!

Question: Why are all the security cameras going up? Isn't this considered an invasion of privacy? What types of videos are being gleaned from these? Are parents going to know these cameras are filming? What is the legal aspect of them being in the building?


COMMENT: The entire district is upgrading it's security systems. The cameras are located at entry points throughout the building. This has not changed from previous years.

Staff Birthdays

Feb. 9: Gloria Hinojosa

Feb. 25: Sarah Carling

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