Lincoln Agenda

February 8-12, 2016

What's Happening....

Library - A week


Monday, Feb. 8

Be sure Crisis Go is installed and updated.


Tuesday, Feb. 9

8:05 Staff Meeting with Lane

1:55 parent conf - Renee and Melissa

6:00 Board Meeting


Wednesday, Feb. 10

8:05 Climate Team (PBIS) Meeting

1:05 Renaissance Call - Kindergarten

2:00 Parent Conf - Renee and Melissa

3:00 CC - Melissa, Ashleigh, Britni


Thursday, Feb. 11

K-3 Valentine parties (Be sure the office is aware of visitors, times, etc.)

9:55 CC- Elizavette, Melissa, Ashleigh

1:55 conf - Melissa, Ashleigh, Denise (Kelly?)

2:45 conf - Gretchen, Melissa, Denise

3:45 CC - Britni, Ashleigh, Melissa


Friday, Feb. 12

No School


Monthly Meeting Schedule- A look ahead. This may change but may be helpful for you as you plan.

https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=hanover.k12.in.us_pj8fmna16fi7l8l2dvnjuo1cig%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/Chicago


RTI Referral- Please fill this out if you have a student that you have concerns about. Marcie will add his or her name to the agenda. This is for academics or behavior. If you have urgent concerns, please let Melissa or Marcie know ASAP.

http://goo.gl/forms/1Co7OeRHCR


PLEASE WRITE YOUR EVENTS ON THE BIG CALENDAR BY THE COPIER!

Crisis Go

For the Crisis Go meeting -

  • Download the Crisis Go app to your phone or device. If you do not have a phone or tablet, John will push it out to your laptop. He needs to know today if this needs to happen.
  • Update the app. It needs to be updated frequently, as it changes based upon enrollment, staff changes, etc. My suggestion is to update it Monday or Tuesday before 8:05.
It is critical that as many staff members as possible attend. We will start at 8:05 in the library.

Assessment Info

WIDA Assessment - January 11-February 26 (Marcie and Nikki will take care of this assessment.)

STAR 360 - Testing January 19-29

ISTEP Part 1 - February 29-March 11 (Schedules are forthcoming.)

Feedback

Positive feedback is always so nice to hear, especially when it is unexpected! Here is something that a parent posted about our kickoff video.

"I thought that was so awesome . The kids were not expecting the dancing at all . It was a great little surprise for them and
I am glad that my daughter got to experience watching this. Way to go guys. You did a great job. WHOO!!!!! HOOO!!!!!"


Another parent tweeted this message about ODOB:

"One school, one book! W/Stuart Little! Thank you Lincoln Elementary! "


This is one program that gets people talking. Please encourage the home reading in your newsletters, emails, and texts. Talk about the book to your students. This is all about developing a love of literacy and reading!