Jeffers Pond Friday Outlook

Oct. 14, 2016

Updates

Read a thon: Continue planning with your team for your class/ grade level reading events during the read a thon on Oct. 28th. Please complete the table with your activities and times in the link here.

PBIS pictures: I am excited to celebrate with classes when they have finished teaching the school-wide expectations. Please let Karoline know when you are finished so we can take your picture. If possible, I would love to have all of our photos by Oct. 18.

Harvest festival details: Please see the email from Karoline with the specific details for Oct. 31.

Meetings: Please see the updated schedule for upcoming meetings. Some of the meeting dates changed from the beginning of the year. See the list here.

Buddy Classrooms: Please see the list for buddy classrooms. Double check your buddy classroom and plan for a first meeting of your buddies.

Oct. 24: We will be meeting as K-2 and 3-5 staff district wide in the morning with learning path options. The afternoon will be back at Jeffers Pond with some time from our PBIS committee and the BILT team around the school continuous improvement plan with a majority of the time working with your teams around the action steps for this year. Learning team meetings will still be on Thursday morning, October 27th.

Oct. 27: We will be hosting a kindergarten information meeting at Jeffers Pond on Thursday, Oct. 27th for incoming families. This will be at 6:30 PM in the gym. The event is optional for families to learn more about the kindergarten programming in the district.

Upcoming events

October

17

BILT Meeting 8:05, Conference Room

18

2nd Gr Stages Theater

LLI Training 3-5: 8:10-9, Angel’s Office

19-21

No School

Future events

24

No School – Staff In Service Day

27

Picture Retake Day

Incoming Kinder: Options meeting in the gym 6:30-8

Boy Scouts 6:15-8 in the cafeteria

28

Read A Thon Day

DOGS Day

Read a thon celebration 3:00 PM in the gym

We are Jeffers Pond learning about Mobile Maker Space and the Trait of being "curious". Staff examined the opportunities they give students to be curious and additional opportunities they want to give students.

We are Jeffers Pond students

Classroom pictures celebrating School- Wide Expectation learning