MONDAY MORNING MUSTANG
February 17-21, 2020
ASB HOSTS VALENTINE'S DAY FOR STAFF
Huge shoutout to Andy Schultz, Ave Tauvao and the ASB students for putting on a Valentine’s Day luncheon for our staff! We Appreciate you and the ASB crew!
Mustang Schedule This Week:
MONDAY -FEBRUARY 17
Holiday - No School
TUESDAY - FEBRUARY 18
*Periods 3-4 & 5-6 Tutorial Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm
WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 19
*Periods 1-4 Collaboration Schedule - 7:50 am-2:00 pm (Early Out Dismissal)
Staff: Wear Walnut Swag
FAC Meeting - H5 - 2pm
Pathways Night @ Suzanne Middle School - 6:00 - 8:00 pm
THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 20
- *Periods 1-2 & 5-6 Tutorial Schedule - 7:50 am-2:45 pm
- Orchestra/Band Concert in the PAC - 6:00 pm
FRIDAY - FEBRUARY 21
- Staff Development Day
Staff PD Day on February 21
Time to Nominate our Teacher of the Year!
Grades Due Feb 21!
Period by Period Meeting on February 28
Low Performing Student Block Grant
Our district received a one-time Low Performing Student Block Grant to compensate certificated staff for their commitment and hard work with continuous professional learning to meet the needs of our students.
Please see the attached memo with more information and form below that you need to fill out to be compensated.
WENDLAND TECHNOLOGY UPDATES
Google File Stream
Tutorial Requests Video
Tutorial Scanning Sheets
Just a quick follow-up to our staff meeting & email.
- Before the sheet will work properly you need to approve the script to run. That is found in the video below. It should take 2-3 minutes to get it to run.
- Always make sure you are in the first column when scanning/typing in IDs.
- I will be going around building by building over the next couple of weeks during tutorial to check in
- If you are having any issues getting the script to run, please fill out this form HERE.
South Pointe Pathways Night
- Ellie Blanchard
- Chiara Morgan
- Bryn Schultz
- Trisha Shah
- Manette Idris
- Amanda Lindeman
- Marissa Beemer
- Darcy Milam
- Katie Takahashi
- Nathan Newman
- Jenny Alegre
Richard Kim Starts New Club on Campus
Lisa Lopez Collaborates with our Feeder Schools
Pubs Included in Showcase Samples
Dr. Taylor Thank You!
Just wanted to send a huge THANKS to you and the entire Walnut High School staff…our visit yesterday was truly special! Without a doubt, the teaching and learning that we observed was top-notch and there is no doubt that WHS is preparing students for a strong academic future.
However, what is probably typically less recognized, was the amazing, caring and supportive culture that is so clearly evident throughout the campus. In our short visit, I walked away with so many wonderful stories about the positive impact that WHS (and the staff) is having on kids.
MUSTANG FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS
2/1 Robert Sandoval
2/3 Erica Blake
2/6 Katelyn Takahashi
2/9 Jane Han
2/12 Renee Juarez-Medina
2/12 Corey Wicks
2/13 Rose Marie Arellanes
2/13 Jeri Burnside
2/13 Suzanne TenBroek
2/16 Haesoo Park
2/19 Tania Coday-Voss
2/28 Ragen Goetz
2/29 Ron Honore
A WORTHY READ
Preparing our Kids for more than Book Smarts
It's important to make sure we are positively reinforcing ALL of our students and not labeling just the "smart" students as the ones making millions in the future. This article shows that work ethic, handling adversity, problem-solving, communication skills, etc. is a better predictor of success than an IQ score.