CSE STAFF UPDATE 3.5.18
Making a Difference Today for a Better Tomorrow
Week Of March 5 , 2018
100th Day of School
This next week marks the 100th day of school and each year this is a big deal. This video features a principal from Kentucky named Jerry Brooks. Next Friday, he will be speaking to the Minnesota Elementary Principals at our annual confernece. What I love about him is that he brings a "Filter" of Humor to our jobs.
As we continue to build relationships and trust, I believe that appropriate humor brings authenticity, which is the prerequisite to trust. Let us laugh and smile together and not let the little things "BUG" us.. as Jerry Brooks Says.
Have a great week!
Monday - Feb. 5
- DAY 1
- 7:30 - SAT
- Faith Formation - Grades 1/2
- 5:30 - Title Night
Tuesday - Feb. 6
- DAY 2
- Staffing Day
- Faith Formation - Grades 3/4/5
Wednesday - Feb. 7
- DAY 3
- Eric gone!
- 7:30 - Building SD
Thursday - Feb. 8
- DAY 4
- Eric gone!
- 100th Day of School
- 7:30 - PLC
- 3:00 - Fun Committee
Friday - Feb. 9
- DAY 1
- Eric gone!
- 7:00 District RtI
Just a reminder to pick out a favorite classroom book, create a quick #30Second Book Talk and place the video in the shared Cold Spring Elementary folder under 30 second book talk 2018. PLEASE get your videos in the folder by February 15, so we can start the voting after President's weekend.
CSE is partnerning with the N.P.K Hero Foundation to raise money for pediatric cancer research and support by offering HERO day! See the message for more information.
Class of the Week!
Congrats! 1st Grade Asfeld
CSE RPS 2018
Elite 8! Congrats to Peine and Petroski.. the first to reach the Elite 8!
FINALS ARE SET FOR TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27TH AT 7:30 A.M.
4th Annual CSE RPS 2018 http://challonge.com/CSERPS2018
Pillars of Literacy
CSE Vision 2017
February 27- Kindergarten Registration
FEbruary 28- KOO KOO Kangaroo Concert at RHS
Greg Spanier - Feb. 5
Karen Lincoln - Feb. 5
Leah Blonigen - Feb. 6
Sandy Stein - Feb. 6
Kim Schlangen - Feb. 8
Doris Faber - Feb. 9
Kelly Schneider - Feb. 24
1/2 - Scott Knudson - Aug. 4
1/2 - Val Kloeckl - Aug. 8
1/2 - Mary Theis - Aug. 10
1/2 - Kayelee Freeman - Aug. 14
1/2 - Doris Minnerath - Aug. 21
1/2 - Jan Clements - Aug. 24
1/2 - Karen Brettingen - Aug. 31
Social Media @ ROCORI
1. Fill out the short survey from this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L2HB359
2. Send 1-4 pictures of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org
2017-2018 WBWF Goals
The percentage of all students in grades 3-5 at CSE enrolled by October 1st who score at or above grade level targets as measured by the READING will increase from 54.6% in 2017 to 65% in 2018.
The percentage of all students in grades 3-5 at CSE enrolled by October 1st who score at or above grade level targets as measured by the MATH MCA will increase from 60.4% in 2017 to 68% in 2018.
What are potential FOCUS areas of Improvements for SLG/PGP?
Time on Text
Oral Vocabulary Usage/Development
Standard Alignment and Deconstruction
If you are ON CYCLE... you can schedule your PRE/ Observation/ and Post with Loraine
Click HERE to access the CSE committee memberships
Why do we have Committee Structure at CSE?
1. To improve decision making process/feedback between staff/administration
2. To Empower Staff to See the Problem/Own the Problem #TOP20
3. Amplify All Voices at CSE
4. Assist in the overall communication and governance at CSE
RtI (Response to Intervention)
Click HERE to access the District RtI Notes
Committee Chair: Jim Meyer
Find and Utilize a variety of DATA sources to assess the degree of success in offering a balanced elementary program including intellectual, social and emotional.
CI (Curriculum and Instruction)
Click HERE to access the District CI Notes
Committee Chair: Joyce Baumann BaumannJ@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3145
Implement strategies to promote oral language development through multiple disciplines.
SD (Staff Development)
Click HERE to access the District SD Notes
Chair: Leslie Buttweiler
Provide opportunities for CSE staff to learn, grow and connect to meet building goals
Chair- Sharon Posch- email@example.com -Ext 3142
Why: To create a culture of literacy with students, staff, and families
Increase awareness and usage of authentic literature that supports cultural competency and character education goals.
#30secondbooktalk is happening again this year at CSE. Get your video in the shared folder by February 15. (Cold Spring Elementary, 30 Second Book Talk 2018 folder)
Mark Feb. 23 on your calendar for our second annual Read-In Day. This year students will be allowed to dress-up as Superheroes to raise money for the Nicholas P. Koenig Hero Foundation. More details will be coming out soon.
Chair- Rachel McDougall Ext 3129
Provide opportunities for staff to foster human connections; promote positive interactions and a welcoming daily climate.
Check out http://challonge.com/CSERPS2018 to follow the staff to the finals! Let's see if we can finish up this tournament next week. Thanks for playing!
Health, Safety, Building Improvement
Chair- Tom Petroski PetroskiT@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3116
Create and maintain a physical plant feeling that is safe, warm and inviting for staff, students and parents.
Chair- Brian Kothrade KothradeB@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3111
Connect students in meaningful ways to foster cultural responsiveness and high character interactions.
January's Family Group will have us creating 3D and 2D snowflakes.
Chair- Dustin Kramer KramerD@rocori.k12.mn.us Ext 3136
Create Student Voice and Presence in Promoting Good Behavior in the developmental role of S/E learning.
Chair Greg Spanier SpanierG@rocori.k12.mn.us EXT 3119
Use digital leadership opportunities to tell a positive story about CSE, Foster Choice in Individual PLN and add student voice through technology
Daily 5 Tip of the Week.. from the DAILY CAFE
The Gift of Regie
By Gail Boushey
February 2, 2018
It appeared amidst the flurry of activity and events during winter break. I sat down, grateful for a few moments to flip through the pages before I had to finish dinner preparations. I opened the cover and smiled. She’s back!
She is an author I have known and loved for many years. Her writing is thought-provoking and action-inducing, encouraging and straightforward, with just-in-time words and ideas distilled to the most important information to be addressed at this moment in time, in our classrooms. Her passion for teaching children and teaching educators permeates the writing.
This is Regie Routman. A teacher. And a teacher of teachers.
Listen as she explains her new book, Literacy Essentials:
This book is a call to action, to be our best selves and do all we can to make an excellent education an actuality for every student.
Her words are motivational and informative, and beautiful music to this teacher’s ears.
What she says works, what she says we need to hear, and what she says gives us knowledge and a path to move forward with our teaching.
Don’t get frustrated; get focused.
It takes more than a few moments to read about the important issues Regie addresses in the text. So now that the flurry of activity has calmed, I am reading deeply, taking notes, devouring and writing down quotes, and pondering her words and ideas even when I am not reading. The study guide paces my reading and reflection This is a book that will cause me to look back through my years of teaching and say to myself, “That book changed me as a teacher.” How do I know? She has done it before.
Reading Essentials: The Specifics You Need to Teach Reading Well; Writing Essentials: Raising Expectations and Results While Simplifying Teaching; Read, Write, Lead: Breakthrough Strategies for Schoolwide Literacy Success; and Conversations: Strategies for Teaching, Learning, and Evaluation are all books that have touched me to the core of my teaching. Her words have become my touchstones.
Expert teaching has always demanded not just content knowledge but also courage, compassion, and common sense. Never underestimate that time and patience can pay off, that change is possible and that you—one caring and knowledgeable teacher—can make an enduring difference in a child’s life. We teachers have always been the keepers of the dream, the providers of hope and inspiration for our students. We must remain so.
The year 2018 may have just begun, but it will forever be remembered as the year of Literacy Essentials and the year I went deeper with my learning and teaching.
How Many Years have you worked at CSE?
3rd Grade Teacher
What I love most about my job at CSE
I love working with the incredible staff and students. Being able to work in my hometown is special.
Favorite Children's Book.. and Why!
"Where the Wild Things Are" - Inspires children to use their imagination.
My hobbies include: hockey, football, coaching, traveling, cooking, chasing my 2 year old daughter around and swing dancing.
Interesting FACTS about ME
I am a CSE alumni. My 3rd grade classroom was the classroom I teach in now.
All Standards HOME link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/
Reading Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/read/
Science Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/sci/
Social Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/soc/
World Languages Link- http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/stds/world/