CSE STAFF UPDATE 1.15.18
Making a Difference Today for a Better Tomorrow
Week Of January 15 2018
Generous Assumptions are what continue to keep balance in my life. I have shared the story multiple times about how growing up, I do not ever remember our house being locked. Not even once. I couldn't tell you where the key for the front door is. Although it is really hard to have unconditional trust, I prefer to Trust First, Question Second.
Generous Assumptions are what allow us to also follow the top 20 principle of "Be Curious". If we stop to ask questions about what we observe we can usually end with a more generous assumption of those around us.
This principle continues to be a challenge as we navigate our school life together. I have heard multiple incidents of assumptions in the past week. I challenge you to stop, be curious and have generous assumptions about each others intentions.
Finally.. Go Vikes! Praying for a Sweet, Decisive Win this Weekend!
Have a great week!
#Keep Your Day and stay #CSESTRONG
Title Schedule Update
We are quickly coming into the next round of FAST assessments/title qualifications and services. Here is an updated timeline for you to follow:
Dec. 22nd: Last day of Title Services for Round 1
Jan. 3rd: Title 6 week check/Title data analysis of Round One
Week of Jan. 22nd: Resume Title services
A reminder that the testing window will open as soon as we return from break. During this time, Title staff will assist with testing.
Class of the Week!
5th Grade Belinda Walsh
This week we relaunched the CSE Class of the week with some new twists! Have a class that you have observed meeting and exceeding our Spartan Pledge? You can nominate them here! https://rocori.wufoo.com/forms/csestrong-class-of-the-week-nomination-form/
CSE RPS 2018
4th Annual CSE RPS 2018 http://challonge.com/CSERPS2018
Pillars of Literacy
CSE Vision 2017
Loraine Ashfeld - Jan. 2
Aaron Schneider - Jan. 13
Kaylin Diaz - Jan. 14
Irene Klein - Jan. 19
Sharon Posch - Jan. 22
Joyce Baumann - Jan. 23
Nancy Schroeder - Jan. 24
Tom Petroski - Jan. 28
Kim Tadych - Jan. 31
1/2 - Michelle Neu - July 2
1/2 - Cherie Eickhoff - July 10
1/2 - Leslie Buttweiler - July 10
1/2 - Jason Teig - July 11
1/2 - Arin Spindler - July 14
1/2 - Keisha Kramm - July 15
1/2 - Belinda Walsh - July 21
January 1/2 - NO SCHOOL
January 3 - Classes resume!
January 15 - No Students - District Academy Day
January 26 - 3 Hr. Early Dismissal
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 email@example.com
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- firstname.lastname@example.org -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.
Chair- Rachel McDougall Ext 3129
Provide opportunities for staff to foster human connections; promote positive interactions and a welcoming daily climate.
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.
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
Reclaiming Our Time
January 12, 2018
by Brittany Daniels
Representative Maxine Waters of California is known for not mincing words, speaking her mind, and most recently reclaiming her time during a House Financial Services Committee hearing.
Maybe it’s just me, but I can think of a few times when I have wanted to reclaim my time in the classroom. After all, isn’t time the one thing of which there never seems to be enough? Our time with our students has to be protected, and, when something or someone tries to steal it, reclaimed!
Granted, there are time-stealers that are beyond our control, but many more are within our power to reclaim. Start by making a list of things within and outside your control. For example, assemblies, fire drills, professional development, and some meetings may be beyond your control. To reclaim the time lost in these instances, be a good steward over the time that is left. What are you doing with the time you do have?
The list of time-stealers within my control includes transitions, mild behavior disruptions, and unclear expectations I may have communicated to my students. Reclaiming my time means being clear and direct about what I expect of students—at all times, no excuses, no exceptions. Have students practice explicitly explained procedures as many times as necessary. Be sure that when we send students off to read or write independently, they are clear about the work they are doing and how to get it done. One thing I know for sure is that students will do exactly what we have taught directly (through modeling) or indirectly (the few times we let it slide).
As we approach the remainder of the school year, let's use some of our time to make a list of time-stealers, and prepare a list of ways to reclaim the precious time lost. January 2018 is a perfect time to reteach (or new-teach) routines, procedures, and behaviors that support learning. After all, time not spent reading, writing, speaking, listening, and engaging in a classroom is wasted time. Reclaim it!
How Many Years have you worked at CSE?
5th Grade Teacher
What I love most about my job at CSE
I love the students! It is so much fun to get to know them over the course of the year!
Favorite Children's Book.. and Why!
Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes because it is fun to read aloud and has a positive message.
Playing with my son, Owen
Interesting FACTS about ME
I can't snap my fingers!
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/