Week of September 7
Words of Wisdom
Let's do this!
Things Outside My Control
A helpful reminder for the weeks ahead!
Leader In Me Book Study
Books are in mailboxes. Please read chapter 1, "Too Good To Be True". Our first meeting will be Sept. 30th at our staff meeting.
Dear Team Morrish,
Happy Labor Day!
As I type this there are only about 24 hours until our students arrive and I can't wait! This week will go by quickly and my goal is to focus on my one word: Connect. I chose this word because I want to be present in every moment with staff, students and parents. The first week is all about creating a culture of learning, building trust and having fun along the way! I love this time of year.
Here are a few reminders for our first week:
- Tuesday: If it is NOT raining, all staff meet outside the office at 12:15 to prepare for our red carpet introductions while families wait outside on the blacktop. If it is raining, we will invite families to come inside our gym. We will send all students to classrooms at 12:25 and I will make an announcement at 12:35 to begin our day.
- Thursday: PBiS CREEK Expectations Taught 1:15-2:15 (see schedule on blue button below)
- Friday: PBiS CREEK Expectations Taught 2:00-3:00 (see schedule on blue button below)
Please remember to wear your Morrish theme shirt on Tuesday. We will purchase a red T shirt for each staff member this year.
Finally, I want each one of you to know that:
- YOU MATTER
- You have a gift that others need
- Your actions define your impact
This will be the #BestYearEver! Enjoy today!
Swartz Creek Community Schools
MISSION: Swartz Creek Community Schools inspires our learners to embrace challenges, set goals, grow their talents, and realize their dreams for success in a global society.
VISION: Swartz Creek Community Schools provides a world class education through innovative experiences while developing the unique talents of our learners.BELIEF STATEMENTS:
- We believe in a culture of learning.
- We believe that student learning should be the primary goal for all decisions made affecting the school district.
- We believe the climate and culture of the school is engaging, nurturing, challenging, and inspires students to express their personal ideas.
- We believe curriculum is integrated, differentiated, meaningful, and pertinent to life.
- We believe in culturally relevant education that provides the knowledge and skills to meet the global challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.
- We believe in continuous improvement informed by critical evaluation and reflection.
- We believe expanding technologies enrich how teachers teach and students learn.
- We believe in building relationships and sharing resources with our community, parents, and staff members.