Weekly Warrior

Volume 11 Issue 3 November 27th, 2017

Important Dates

Nov 28th-3 Week RTI Report for Trimester 2 due to Department Chairs

Nov 29th-10th MAP Testing through English classes

Nov 30th-10th MAP Testing through English classes

Nov 30th-Student vs Faculty Volleyball Game 5th Block

Nov 30th-Parent Teacher Conferences 4-6 pm

Dec 1st-Distribute iLearnPulaski Assignments for Days 2-6 to ALL Students in T2 Classes

Dec 1st-10th MAP Testing through English classes

Dec 5th-9th MAP Testing through Math classes

Dec 6th-9th MAP Testing through Math classes

Dec 6th-Department Meetings 3:30 - 4:00

Dec 7th-9th MAP Testing through Math classes

Dec 9th-National ACT Test Date

Dec 12th-Staff Christmas Luncheon in Mrs. Winget's Room (175)

Dec 13th-PLC Meetings 3:30 - 4:00

Dec 14th-Clubs 8:20 - 8:40

Dec 14th-Christmas Lunch in the Cafeteria

Dec 15th-Blood Drive in Library

Dec 19th-Last Day for Students before Christmas Break

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MAP Testing

MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) Testing for the winter begins on Wednesday, November 29th and runs through December 7th. Testing will be in Labs 109, 207, and 236. If you are regularly scheduled to use the labs during this time, please be aware that the labs will be occupied and you will need to make other plans.

December 1st--iLearnPulaski

Friday, December 1st is the day that our iLearnPulaski assignments need to be sent home with ALL students. Please send all 5 assignments (for Days 2-6) home with all students, even those who plan to access the website to complete their work. Students will be given folders marked specifically for iLearnPulaski assignment collection during their 3rd block classes. Please ask students to collect these assignments and keep them in their folder together so that they are prepared for an iLearnPulaski or NTI day. These folders also contain directions for accessing their Google Classroom accounts if they have plans to complete online.


These folders will be in your mailboxes by the end of the day on Thursday, November 30th. There will be extra folders in the mailroom and in the Guidance office if you need any.

Google Classroom--Stay Organized by Adding a Topic

You have the option to add a Topic for all items posted to your Stream in Google Classroom. If a topic has been attached to a posted item, teachers and students can sort by topic and see all posts under that title. Only one topic can be attached, so consider how your Google Classroom posts should be organized before you create them. You could organize them by assignment type (Exit Ticket, Unit Quiz, etc.), by Unit (Unit 1, Unit 2, etc), or even by Standard.


Video Tutorial-Sort by Topic-Aaron Maurer YouTube

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Success With Higher Standards

Southwestern High School will strive to graduate every student college/career ready and prepared for the 21st century.